The prohibition of the Russian language and "Russian aggression": what do the inhabitants of Ukraine think about this?

Somehow imperceptibly against the background of the latest hot events in Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Nagorno-Karabakh, the country of evergreen tomatoes faded into the background. But while we, with bated breath, watched as inexperienced Belarusians with bright faces unsuccessfully tried to overthrow their president, and experienced Kyrgyz with no less bright faces in one day demolish theirs, while hot guys from Baku and Yerevan competed with each other, who will voice more the number of corpses of the enemy in the war for Stepanakert, the country of zhovto-blakit benches lived its usual life of a crazy madhouse, where patients seized power and dictated the course of treatment to the chief physician Zelensky.

From November 16, a law comes into force there, prohibiting employees of restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, banks, hospitals and other similar institutions from talking to visitors in Russian, and children and teachers at school are strongly advised to talk even at recess. "; a bill is introduced in the Rada, providing for criminal punishment of up to 5 years for denying the fact of Russian aggression; The National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council threatens to revoke licenses from Medvedchuk's TV channels ZIK, 112th and NewsWan for neutral coverage of the latter's visit to Moscow, without negative connotations; the US Embassy, ​​represented by its Charge d'Affaires of the United States (not even an ambassador, but some chargé clerk!) summons the Minister of Health of Ukraine to the carpet and officially imposes a ban on the supply of the Russian vaccine against Covid-19 to the country; and the head physician Zelensky asks his patients with five questions, where he proposes to discuss the creation of a free economic zones in the occupied part of Donbass, reducing the number of deputies to 300, introducing life imprisonment for corruption, legalizing marijuana for medical purposes and using the Budapest Memorandum to restore the territorial integrity of Ukraine. But first things first.

On the prohibition of the Russian language

On the first question. From the point of view of the fascist anti-Russian state (and Ukraine, in fact, has been such since 2014), they are doing absolutely right. After all, the Russian language is the one and only cultural environment that connects us with Russia and the Russian world. As long as we speak and think in Russian, they cannot do anything with us. No matter how much you say that Russia is an aggressor country, and no matter how you rewrite history, critically thinking people will still have their own point of view on this, which does not coincide with the imposed state.

So far, they have done little in this matter. Over the past 6 years of violent Ukrainization, they have achieved the exact opposite. If in 2013 the number of people preferring Russian content was 89% of the population, then in 2019 there were already 92%. You can't be cute! People develop a natural backlash against coercion. What people themselves think about this, if you wish, you can listen, I will attach links to surveys conducted by in the cities of Ukraine.

But water, as you know, wears away a stone. For those who are not in the know, as of September 1, 2020, there is not a single Russian-language school left in Ukraine, all education from the 5th grade is only in Ukrainian. Younger students (up to the 4th grade) are still allowed to teach in Russian (otherwise they will not understand anything at all), but this component is strictly limited. And older students are prescribed to receive education in the state language in the amount of at least 80% of the annual study time. Those. in fact, only Russian language and literature (although it is not there, it is included in the "Foreign Literature" section), which means that only physical education and work will be in Russian, since there are no textbooks in Russian either. And as the generation of 2000+ (born after 2000) grows up, children who were taught to hate everything Russian from the age of 14 (they are now 20), more and more generations of Ukrainian graduates will be added to them, who even write in Russian. they do not know how, because they are not taught this. As a result, in the near future you run the risk of getting a second Poland here (after all, the Poles are also Slavs) - an annually expanding funnel of people who hate everything Russian from their young nails at the genetic level, and who cannot even think in Russian. After that, it will be possible to state the medical fact that Russia has lost Ukraine for itself forever. I will show below how the zomboyaschik acts on the adult population (in the section on criminal liability for denying Russian aggression).

But those in power do not stop there, they go further. Methodist, senior researcher at the Institute of the Ukrainian Language of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ph.D. Oksana Danilevskaya, who has inspected a number of schools this year, was horrified - children and teachers still speak Russian to each other during recess. This should be prohibited. Teachers under threat of dismissal. Children under the threat of the death penalty (virtual for now, thank God). Otherwise, she does not vouch for the consequences.

From her point of view, there is obvious diglossia - a special version of bilingualism, in which two languages ​​coexist in a certain territory or in a society at the same time, used by their native speakers in different functional areas. One language, let's call it “high”, is used by a native speaker in non-everyday situations and “high” spheres of application, and another, so-called. “Low”, which is, as a rule, native to the carrier, is used by him in everyday speech and “low” genres of fiction. Lived, the Russian language, the language of Pushkin, Tolstoy and Chekhov, reduced to everyday life, suitable only for low literary genres (such as ditties). The only striking thing about this is that Mrs. Danilevskaya herself spoke all this in pure Russian. Probably to make it clearer for the Russian herd.

On criminal liability for denying the fact of Russian aggression

I myself could not believe it. It seemed to me to be complete nonsense. What is the criminal liability? Are you out of your mind? What aggression? I live in Kharkiv. According to the official point of view, it is considered a front-line city. To the ATO zone 150 km. What kind of war? War is only in your heads! The city lives an absolutely peaceful life, expensive cars rustle through the streets, young ladies sit in cafes, eat ice cream, fountains and black swans swim in parks, children ride scooters and bicycles. An ordinary peaceful life. Even the number of military personnel in camouflage has become much smaller compared to 2014-15. But the TV does its job. I will attach its results, this is a video of a survey of Kiev residents, what they think about the introduction of criminal liability for denying Russian aggression.

I highly recommend everyone to watch this video. This is the visual result of those knackery experiments on the human psyche, which are carried out over the Ukrainian people by its transatlantic puppeteers through the media controlled by their local henchmen. I could not believe my eyes. And this is said by adults who may have studied at school with me. Moreover, they all say this in Russian. How easily they agree with criminal responsibility for denying Russian aggression, some only suggest starting not with criminal, but with administrative, but with the money so that henceforth only at home and only under the blanket, with closed doors and extinguished lights, a person could think this. Paul Joseph Goebbels, looking at such results, should have strangled himself with envy:

Take away the history of the people, and in a generation it will turn into a crowd, and in another generation into a controlled herd. (J. Goebbels).

Even a generation has not passed here, but we have already received a controlled aggressive biomass. After that, I can already say that Russia has lost Ukraine, and forever!

To be continued ...
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  1. Edward the Harsh (Edward the Harsh) 29 October 2020 09: 26
    The events in Belarus and Kyrgyzstan have shown that now it is absolutely all the same how insignificant number of votes you received (received) in the elections. You can have 10%, 2%, but you can boldly declare yourself an elected president, an elected mayor, chosen by God.
    1. amart Offline amart
      amart (A M) 30 October 2020 16: 17
      Lukashenko himself, why did he need to draw 80% for himself, well, he would draw 55, maximum 60, but no, greed, in short, ruined the fraer.
    2. whitebeard Offline whitebeard
      whitebeard 30 October 2020 22: 50
      Are you talking about the Cockroach? Then I agree
  2. King3214 Offline King3214
    King3214 (Sergius) 29 October 2020 11: 14
    Savages, there is nothing more to add.
  3. DeGreen Offline DeGreen
    DeGreen 29 October 2020 14: 35
    Ukraine, Georgia, these are two countries that have been fostering Russophobia since the 90s. Now, over there, the Armenians go there too. Just sit down and think: did Russia benefit from these 3 “brotherly countries”? I think no. All these years, Ukrainians, Georgians and Armenians betrayed us with ease
    1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex 30 October 2020 21: 51
      The question is also that we helped them ourselves. If we punished them for impartial statements towards Russia, then they could only think, but not ... - (although it is not known what is worse) ............
      But another thing is worse - we ourselves have allowed and are allowing to shit in the infospace and in literature about OUR history, about OUR leaders, and indeed about OUR people! And this is ALREADY DIAGNOSIS !!!
  4. Vall eremkin Offline Vall eremkin
    Vall eremkin (Vall Eremkin) 29 October 2020 14: 41
    I personally do not care what they think.
  5. RFR Offline RFR
    RFR (RFR) 29 October 2020 20: 40
    Well, who is to blame for the fact that we have grown up a whole Russophobic territory nearby, although it was necessary to destroy it back in 2014, and even now it’s not too late if they don’t scratch it up above
  6. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 30 October 2020 17: 22
    When the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov speaks in Ukrainian language, then it will be possible to somehow ask ordinary Ukrainians "for the bazaar." And so any of them will say - "Punish Minister Avakov first, before clinging to me!
  7. Valentine Offline Valentine
    Valentine (Valentin) 30 October 2020 17: 25
    You, Vladimir, think that Russia has lost Ukraine forever, but then what should I call the Ukrainians, after I spent more than 2,5 years in Horlivka under their shelling and bombing, and call them brothers when I saw enough of them there that and will not wish on the enemy? And the Russian language began to prohibit back in 1991, the leader of the VO "Svoboda" Tyagnibok, when he called on the air for every word spoken in Russian to chop off one finger, and if fingers run out, they would chop off hands and feet .... they drive us into our heads that we are still brothers and sisters with Ukrainians, that we are one people, and now I don’t want such brothers whose hands are covered in blood from our blood. Donbass is another matter, the people there understood that they are not on the way with the Galician fascists who occupied all of Ukraine, therefore he rebelled against them, and now sheds rivers of blood both for himself and for Russia. And with the Russian language there were problems back in 1991, when after gaining "independence" the Ukrainians called themselves God's chosen ones, and the founders of the human race, and often I heard the answer to my Russian speech - they came in large numbers, Muscovites ... and Luhansk and so soon will be ours.
    1. Volkonsky Offline Volkonsky
      Volkonsky (Vladimir) 30 October 2020 19: 20
      Russia is in no hurry to return anything to itself, even Donbass, apparently, he shed little blood, they forgot the Dnieper, Zaporozhye and Sumy, and fenced Kiev and let them rot
      1. Dear sofa expert. 30 October 2020 22: 12
        Russia is in no hurry to return anything to itself

        It's a shame even to read these lines .. There are no complaints about you. We are in the same trench.
        It's a shame for the state.
      2. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
        A.Lex 30 October 2020 22: 13
        The burden of the 90s is too heavy for us ... and THEIR power is FULL ...
      3. Elena Ushkova Offline Elena Ushkova
        Elena Ushkova (Elena Ushkova) 4 November 2020 07: 10
        But we don't run, dropping our slippers. And we won't run. We help and support where possible and appropriate. As in Belarus, because in the same Belarus there are no 50% of traitors to themselves and Russia as in Ukraine.
        1. Volkonsky Offline Volkonsky
          Volkonsky (Vladimir) 4 November 2020 16: 56
          just forgot to ask you!
          1. Elena Ushkova Offline Elena Ushkova
            Elena Ushkova (Elena Ushkova) 5 November 2020 16: 52
            And they certainly don't ask you. You just have some funny ultimatums to Putin. I'm talking about that.
            1. Volkonsky Offline Volkonsky
              Volkonsky (Vladimir) 5 November 2020 18: 50
              are you sure you haven't confused the site? please quote my ultimatum to Putin! in my opinion, even his surname is never mentioned in the text
              1. Elena Ushkova Offline Elena Ushkova
                Elena Ushkova (Elena Ushkova) 8 November 2020 16: 14
                And who determines our foreign and domestic policy?)
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    6. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex 30 October 2020 22: 10
      And the Russian Federation is not in a hurry because the Ukrainians did not take all the dashing through which we went in the 90s ........ During the lesson, they didn’t poke a “trunk” under your nose for “DISRESPECTING attitude” towards the student ??? .......... Let them look at the "wild west" at home, and then WE will see if they are worth living with us in the same country! ........ ... in Donbass - who knows why we don’t_but-don’t_cubulate ...
      In addition, in our country, the ideology has not yet been determined - who we are, what we are, where we are and why. And when we decide, then we must assess what happened with the USSR ... And then everything else. If we remain in that bestial-treacherous state of ideology AS NOW, then we will not have to change ANYTHING about the past, and the "eltsin-centers" for us are MOST THAT (we do not deserve another THEN !!!!!!! !!!!!)
      ..........something like that......... hi
  8. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
    goncharov.62 (Andrei) 1 November 2020 14: 55
    "a medical fact that Russia has lost Ukraine for itself forever."

    - Lord, who told you that we need such a Bandera-fascist Ukraine? The land is ours, and the rest will wait. Seriously, without a small civil war with bloodletting (what did you want?), This abscess will not go away by itself. And the GDP mantras about "fraternal people suffering under the yoke ..." will not help. IMHO.
  9. Vyacheslav Egorov (Vyacheslav Egorov) 1 November 2020 20: 37
    An example for the rulers of how in a hundred years you can come up with a state, people and language.
  10. Sergey Pedenko Offline Sergey Pedenko
    Sergey Pedenko (Sergey Pedenko) 2 November 2020 10: 19
    how to instill Ukrainian-love! and why no one remembered the constitution, in my opinion, Article 10 on the protection of Russian and other languages, or it was removed, and if not, all regulations are invalid ///
  11. Sergey Eliseev Offline Sergey Eliseev
    Sergey Eliseev 2 November 2020 20: 33
    Lavr Kornilov, while still in the rank of captain, participated in the Turkestan expedition, and wrote in his diary: "We took Tashkent. But why do we need it, and what to do with it?" So it is with Ukraine. Why did we need it after the partition of Poland? Now the problem is ripe, what to do with it.
  12. Elena Ushkova Offline Elena Ushkova
    Elena Ushkova (Elena Ushkova) 4 November 2020 07: 05
    How tired of reading about the Russian-lost states-limitrophes. What are they? Small children: is Russia obliged to feed them, put them in a corner and wipe snot? Or else they will become enemies and Russophobes? Duck, even if Russia does this, they will not stop spitting. What has shown by previous experience. Well, they want to become Poles, Turks, Romanians, a flag in their hands and a drum around their necks. Those who wanted to stayed Russian, no matter what, and I know such people. Those who wanted to left for Russia. We will not persuade the rest and forcibly make them happy. Brzezinski's plan consisted in this, that Russia would pity the fraternal people and spend its resources and forces on help and re-education. This will not happen. If they twitch, they will just get it in the teeth hard to beat off the hunt to shit. So it was not Russia that lost, Ukraine lost, Georgia lost, the Baltics lost. And not Russia. And I will not persuade my neighbor-boor to love me.