Thursday, 9 September 2010

Shock. I'm shocking with the last events in Ukraine. I'm shocking with that high price for gas and with growing of the pensioner's age, proposed by the Ukrainian authority, with foolish reforms in the educational branch and with rewritting Ukrainian history in the textbooks, with taking of the frequencies of two independent from the modern authority channels ("the 5-th" and TVI) and with blocking of the participation of the party "Batkivshchyna" in Lviv and Kyiv regions in the elections on October, 31. Just great shock...
How can the Ukrainian men be the pensioners only after their 65 years old when the average life's duration of men is 63 years in Ukraine?
Why can't Ukrainian children have the right to know about the UPA (Ukrainian Revolting Army) and the Ukrainian Sichovi Striltsi, about the young heros of the fighting near the city of Kruty and the Orange revolution of 2004-th?
How can people pay for gas according new price when many of them are unemployed and the state's authority does NOTHING to change this situation? But also why should the Ukrainians pay for Russian gas for such high price when Russia pays for the transit of its gas on the Ukrainian territory for very low price? Then, the agreement about the staying of the Russian navy in the Crimea till 2042 was written providing low price for Russian gas. So? What was it? The empty promises?...
And, You know, I can't believe that the future elections will be without Tymoshenko's party "Batkivshchyna" in Lviv and Kyiv regions, in these two regions, which support the oppositional leader, probably, the most. The reason is the refusal of the ministry of the justice to register the new chieves of Lviv and Kyiv organizations of "Batkivshchyna", elected this summer. And the official election's company will start on September, 11...So that organizations have only 2 days to be registered...
(P.S. Why are the new chieves there? Because the former chieves united to the coalition with power's party).

I'm in the sorrowful spirits from this reality in Ukraine.

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