“All city people speak Russian”: showman complained about the inhabitants of Lviv

The famous Ukrainian showman - “patriot”, Russophobe and Nazi, Anton Mukharsky (pseudonym Orest Lyuty), told the media that “the cradle of the nation” and “Ukrainian Piedmont”, the city of Lviv, are rapidly being Russified. A person of a peculiar “art” is extremely concerned and outraged that after three decades of creeping Ukrainization, including the violent five-year plan of the Maidan, the “inferiority complex” among local residents still remains in this city.




This is a conscious or unconscious inferiority complex that all city people speak in Russian, and this is a diffuse phenomenon that began to appear zonally, because, indeed, there were much more in Lviv.

- Russophobe is afflicted.

Mukharsky said that service workers (services in stores, cafes and other institutions) are increasingly talking to him "for some reason in Russian." The main reason for this "zrada", he called "the missed opportunities to Ukrainize a generation born already in free Ukraine." At the same time, he attached particular importance to the influence of the Russian media product.



The concern of the "racially correct" Mukharsky can be understood. Indeed, every year in Ukraine, his "creativity" is becoming less and less popular. The microscopic layer of the country's inhabitants, which is enthusiastic about its “patriotism”, is unlikely to feed a misanthrope, posing as “the father of Ukrainian democracy”.
  • Used photos: http://federalcity.ru/ and https://dp.vgorode.ua/
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  1. If the people weren’t afraid of Benderoids, they would all spree in Russian!
  2. Pereira Offline Pereira
    Pereira (Michael) 30 September 2019 20: 03
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    All the same, they will squeeze and force the people to express themselves in capelin. The time when this still could have been prevented is ineptly missed.
    1. Nick Offline Nick
      Nick (Nikolai) 1 October 2019 01: 50
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      Quote: Pereira
      All the same, they will squeeze and force the people to express themselves in capelin. The time when this still could have been prevented is ineptly missed.

      Seen not yet. Judging by the cries of Svidomo, the de-banderization process has begun in Ukraine.
  3. Screw Offline Screw
    Screw (Gennady) 1 October 2019 06: 19
    +1
    Mukharsky Anton his wife, Snezhana Egorova, drove out of the house and does not allow to meet with his children. A fierce melancholy - what nationalism is there - will be scratched and plucked out of a hat, glasses will be smashed - who wants to hiss!
  4. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 1 October 2019 09: 24
    +2
    Russian language is more dynamic and widespread. Even Georgians after the 2008 war in the States are considered Russian. This is the choice of rationality, as between "Zaporozhets" and "Lada". On a mov, except for part of Ukraine, you can only communicate in the diaspora of Canada or the United States. Russian is understood by more countries. Knowing the Russian language, it is easier to find a job, which means it is better to live.
  5. syndicalist Offline syndicalist
    syndicalist (Dimon) 1 October 2019 17: 30
    0
    In Soviet times, Lviv was absolutely Ukrainian-speaking. Much more Ukrainian-speaking than, for example, present-day Moscow is Russian-speaking. According to my relatives there, now, indeed, due to the large number of refugees from the Donbass, the situation has changed.
  6. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
    Pishenkov (Alexey) 1 October 2019 18: 53
    +1
    Funny pretzel. In such a stylized shardsuit suit for the German Oktoberfest.laughing Does anyone really take it seriously? "Fierce Orestes" - die and not get up ...laughing Her native name with a hint of a fly, Antosha didn’t like something ... But she looks so much! ...
  7. erzz Offline erzz
    erzz (Vova Karpov) 2 October 2019 09: 39
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    Interestingly, but all this he said in what language, in Russian?