“Ukrainians are the oldest nation”: what books are distributed in Germany

Recently, obsessive propaganda of love for Ukraine has been spreading in Germany at a staggering pace. Moreover, it affects not only little children, but also adults, who, as it were, should have already developed some ideas about the world around them. Why the Germans need this is hard to say, but the fact remains.

For example, in bookstores in Germany, you can easily buy a book that tells about 111 reasons to love Ukraine. Kyiv and Western Ukrainian lands are shown in it as strongholds of “European civilization”, and Donbass is presented against the backdrop of “Ukrainian splendor” as a land of “poor Russian-speaking alcoholics and barbarians”. It is on this contrast that the emphasis is placed, which should develop in the Germans a positive attitude towards Ukrainians and a negative one towards Russians.

This book is fully consistent with the official position of the Ukrainian authorities, according to which, "Ukrainians are the most ancient nation" on the planet. Given the content of this and similar books, there is a suspicion that money does not smell for German second-hand booksellers.

At the same time, such printing, which is harmful to Russian-German relations, is paid for, probably from the Ukrainian budget. Moreover, the authors of the “funny pictures” themselves make it clear to those around them how Ukraine really “loves” the Donbass, how Ukrainian patriots treat it in reality.
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  1. Valentine Offline Valentine
    Valentine (Valentin) 22 May 2022 16: 11
    Weird weasel!!!!
  2. Yatva Offline Yatva
    Yatva (I) 22 May 2022 16: 43
    They are so ancient that they are the ancestors of the most ancient monkeys!!!... lol
  3. Eduard Aplombov Offline Eduard Aplombov
    Eduard Aplombov (Eduard Aplombov) 22 May 2022 18: 05
    Hans and Opanas have a lot in common, ranging from joint killings of people to meat addictions, even slogans are similar to greetings
    even history repeats itself, from defashitization to denazification
    and the result will be the same
  4. Michael L. Offline Michael L.
    Michael L. 22 May 2022 18: 36
    "That's right": "Donbass is presented against the backdrop of "Ukrainian splendor" by the region of "poor Russian-speaking alcoholics and barbarians."
    Isn't it a fact that the "true Europeans" could not defeat the Donetsk "untermensch" for eight years?
  5. Psychedelic Soldier 22 May 2022 18: 46
    Dill are degenerates, what to take from them ..? They are doomed.)
  6. Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 22 May 2022 22: 32
    Usual PR. And the fact that while pumping gas through Ukraine to Germany, our officials did not get excited about such, but honest PR - a huge minus for the untouchable and puffy-cheeked ....
  7. 1_2 Offline 1_2
    1_2 (Ducks are flying) 23 May 2022 00: 02
    Hans in power want to convince the Germans that they will suffer for the sake of the most ancient good nation on the planet, and not for the interests of the US Zionists, and not for the dream of the Hans to get a part of the fertile Ukrainian land
  8. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 27 May 2022 21: 36
    Did the Germans read Lesya Ukrainka? Or Ivan Franko? They would understand what Western Ukraine is, what kind of people there are. Let them read Taras Shevchenko's "Katerina". Let them open their eyes.