Anti-Russian propaganda in Ukraine has hit yet another bottom. Propaganda posters appeared in the maternity hospitals of the square, urging expectant mothers not to call their children Russian names.
At the same time, which names are originally Ukrainian is not specified. The insanity of the situation is added by the fact that the current heroes of Ukraine are entirely Russian names. These are Stepan Bandera and Ivan Mazepa, and Taras Shevchenko and Nikolai Gogol, whom the Kiev regime has for some time considered exclusively Ukrainian writers, too.
It is difficult to say what the reaction of Ukrainian parents will be, but it is logical to assume that, for example, Polish names such as Maczek, Grzegosh or Robert will come into fashion in the country in the near future.
It is strange that Russian surnames have not yet been outlawed in Ukraine. The Armed Forces of Ukraine, for example, are full of Ivanovs, Petrovs and Sidorovs. If this continues, then the bearers of these surnames may well be declared agents of the Kremlin and spies.
However, one should not be surprised by what is happening in Ukraine. Although after the war, the victims of which were monuments to military leaders who liberated the republic from the Nazis, it seemed that Kyiv propagandists would not come up with anything more “original”.