Historian Gaida: getting rid of the Russian language, Ukraine will cease to exist

According to the expert, the future of the Ukrainian people lies in a federative state that unites the Russians, Belarusians and Ukrainians

Historian Gaida: getting rid of the Russian language, Ukraine will cease to exist

According to Ukraina.ru, historian and writer Fyodor Gaida told about the threat of complete derussification of Ukraine.

“Practice shows that an attempt to build a mono-ethnic community always works against the one who does it”, –  Gaida noted.

Fyodor Gaida believes that the only way to succeed in the total Ukrainianisation now being carried out by the Kiev regime is to completely devastate Ukraine.

“Ukraine will only manage to wipe out the Russian language when there is no one left in Ukraine. That’s when it will wipe out the Russian language”, –  the historian is convinced, – “The problem with Ukrainianisation is that historically Ukrainian culture, no matter what we call it, is still part of a very large and great culture called Russian culture. It is just a certain regional manifestation of this great culture.”

Gaida is convinced that the way to build a successful model for the future for the three branches of the Russian people is through the creation of a single state on a federal basis.

“Political integration, on a… federal basis, is a rather intelligible and potentially successful way”,  – emphasised the expert, — “we can talk about sovereignty as much as we like, but we must bear in mind that in today’s world there cannot be 100% sovereign states. All are in interaction. And what forms this interaction takes – close or less close – is up for discussion. But I believe that our future is linked with this or that form of integration.”

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