It’s not about the EU, it’s about freedom from the Ukrainian mafia

Dec 13th, 2013 | By | Category: News

I passed on this message from Yevgeniya Nedilko in Germany

Dear EU citizens! Today, Nowember 30, 2013, our president Viktor Yanukovych turned into a new Ceausescu when he dispersed a peaceful rally, breaking 19-years-old students’ heads to blood. Those students were standing for support of collaboration between Ukraine and EU. Reading materials in your media, having personal talks with some of you, listening to your “why do you want to EU, EU is not good at all, EU is terrible, you do not understand where you’re aiming”, I came to the conclusion that you do not understand what’s actually going on here. Let me to explain that to you. It is not about EU. It’s not about your Schengen zone, not about European values and so on. It’s about our freedom from Ukrainian mafia, proclaimed themselves a government. Mafia, who in 4 years succeeded to steal the motherland from 45 million of people.

Our so-called “president” was twice imprisoned for robbery when he was young. Our prime minister doesn’t speak the national language. The raids are all over the country. You say we chose this president by ourselves. No. Elections had a huge number of violations. People in the eastern regions of the country were threatened with dismissal if they do not vote for Yanukovych. In some places, people were forced to make a picture of their bulletins, and then checked to see whether the person voted for Yanukovych or not. Our police rape women, kill people and never go to jailhttp://news.yahoo.com/ukraine-rape-draws-outrage-over-official-impunity-…

Sons of our deputies and the deputies themselves drive drunk, kill people on the roads. And they never end up in prisonhttp://www.kyivpost.com/content/ukraine/deputy-in-second-fatal-auto-acci… All the police on the roads take bribes:

This is what this bunch of oligarchs did with my country. In Scandinavia, the kings sometimes use a city bus or metro, your ministers ride bicycles. And that’s how our president and prime minister go to work:

All roads on their route are closed for 20-40 minutes . Other cars are pressed to roadsides and wait. This happens several times a day. When they cannot block the traffic, the guards of our Prime Minister yell on drivers and beat their cars:

What do Ukrainians do? They honk from their cars protesting:

Does this help? Of course not. You say Ukraine is heavily dependent on Russia and its gas. Let’s count together. Ukraine produces about 21 billion cubic meters of gas per year. For comparison, Poland uses less than 15 billion cubic meters per year. Ukrainian gas should be enough for Ukraine. Why do we buy more than 30 billion cubic meters of Russian gas each year and where it all goes, I dont know . Perhaps you should ask the monopolistic company “Naftogaz Ukraine”. You say Ukraine is deeply dependent on exports to Russia. That s true. ¼ of all Ukrainian exports goes to Russia. Do you know where another ¼ of Ukrainian exports goes? To you. To the EU countries. This is why I am pretty sure we can cope with the loss of trade relations with Russia. Especially since the trade agreement with the EU (which Yanukovych refused to sign) implies the expansion of trade with Europe. Poland coped with almost the same difficulties quite quickly. Now, let’s check the prices in Ukraine(comparing with Europe): DRESS in Berlin – 50 euros – http://www.zara.com/de/de/damen/kleider/enges-kleid-c269185p1294905.html the same dress in Kiev – 65 euros –http://www.zara.com/ua/en/woman/dresses/tube-dress-c269185p1294905.html

CHEESE: France – 2 euros – http://www.auchandirect.fr/produits-laitiers,-œufs/fromages/pointe-de-brie/id1/466/16839 Ukraine – 7 euros – http://megamarket.ua/catalog/search.php?s=President&g=0&page=3

MILK: Poland – 0.70 euro – http://www.fudi.pl/index.php?ktg=67&pytMarka&pytRodzaj&sstr=3 Ukraine – 1 euro – http://megamarket.ua/catalog/search.php?s=молоко+незбиране&g=0 Do you want me to continue ? And now, let’s talk about

SALARIES: The average salary of a surgeon in Ukraine is less than 300 euros per month. And how much do your surgeons earn? http://en.for-ua.com/news/2013/04/16/161041.html The average salary in Ukraine is 320 euros, and what is your salary? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Ukrainian_oblasts_and_territories_b….

Now you will ask yourself “But Ukrainians are such a good workers, so where the hell does all the money of the country go?” Let me show you where: Among the many pieces of real estate of our president: the brand new, recently built house of Yanukovych not far from the capital. Several pools, lake, golf course. Area – 1.8 hectares: http://mignews.com.ua/ru/articles/106801.html + 30 hectares of forest. From this house to Kiev our president has a separate lane on the road. And this is a “forest house” of Yanukovych in beautiful Crimea –http://censor.net.ua/photo_news/11757/villa_yanukovicha_v_krymu_fotorepo…

Our president has bought more than 3 hectares of national park “Cape Aya” for only $800,000. Omit the fact that you cannot sell the National Parks!, you ask yourself why is it so cheap? (for instance, 100 square meters apartment in the nearby city of Sevastopol costs an average of $70 000). Well, I think that’s because he is the “president”. All our courts are corrupted and work for the interests of the Mafia goverment of Yanukovych. Even now, when the whole world is looking at Ukraine, the power hits peaceful protesters and drags them to courts. Now the government is trying to put these people in jail for FIVE years. Just because they were present at the rally. Here are our courts. And now Yanukovyich tries to raid the country.

The fight that happened near the Presidential Administration building was a provocation from our President and pro-Russian Viktor Medvedchuk, they tried to escalate the conflict so that they could impose the emergency state. People in masks were throwing stones into the young policemen, and to those policemen someone “forgot” to give their shields. We, the real protesters, stood in a line between provocateurs and police to protect those young police guys. Provocateurs, who pretend to be protesters, continued to throw stones. Many of policemen suffered, provocateurs injured also some peaceful people. And when the wounded policemen were dragged away, the real special forces (Berkut) arrived, they pushed provocateurs out, and then beat up the people who remained, including journalists. Ultra-right forces are trying to marginalize our peaceful protest. This is what is going on, when bandits in power try to win a throne. This is only a small part of success of Yanukovych. I will not talk about the way Yanukovych clan removes its rivals and former friends. Google Yevgeny Cherban, Yevgeny Kushnarev, Georgy Kirpa, Zinoviy Kulik. And check how they died. Can not prove anything, but I do not insist. The point is; Yanukovych is not the KGB guy, not Lukashenko, not Putin or Gaddafi. Yanukovych is a bandit. Behind him is his “family” – Yanukovych Jr., Rinat Akhmetov, Valery Khoroshkovsky, Sergei Lyovochkin, Firtash etc. All of them steal from the Ukrainian budget billions of euros each year. All they are doing business in Ukraine, stealing businesses by raids and changing the Ukrainian laws every half a year. They don’t need to expand to the European market. Therefore, they do not care about geopolitics, they do not make a choice – Russia or EU. Their aim is isolation of Ukraine. Because in the isolated country they can do whatever they want. Now Yanukovych set up Ukraine for an auction – the highest bidder, Russia or Europe, wins. Offering EU to invite Russia for negotiation of the Ukraine-EU trade association, Yanukovych actually admitted that Ukraine is not a sovereign state anymore, from now on it belongs to Russia, and Russia has to decide “how much”.

For Yanukovych and his gang Ukraine – is not a country. Its a business project. Its a pump, pumping money into their pockets. Now you are probably asking yourself how do we survive. As you can see, we are fighting. I am fighting. After receiving a European education and working in France, I decided to return to Ukraine, because I love my country. In leadership positions of pubic relations in the cultural field, I have a good income (by Ukrainian standards) and live quite well. I visit your “terrible, terrible” EU several times a year, but I always come back, trying to help my Ukraine. And so many people do. We are educated, we are good at work, hospitable, and extremely smart, when we know English)) And, what is the most important, we are not going to surrender our country. Because for us, Ukraine is not a business project . It is not a pump. It is our Motherland.

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