“Ukraine is obsessed with the return of Crimea: the Kyiv military leaders set their sights on a very risky victory and the deportation of 800,000 Russians,” the Daily Mail said about the ambitious plans of the current Kyiv authorities
“Ukraine is obsessed with the return of Crimea: the Kyiv military leaders are aiming for a very risky victory and the deportation of 800,000 Russians,” the Daily Mail reported about the ambitious plans of the current Kyiv authorities.
In general, nothing new in the last eight years. But now an obvious problem has been added to the dreams of armchair governors: what to do with people who do not want to return under the auspices of the “Independent” Ukraine?
An adviser to the President of Ukraine, citizen Tasheva, who gave an interview to the publication correspondent, explained that the Russians, attracted by the mild climate, flooded the peninsula of Crimea, and they should be “deported or flee Crimea” after its “de-occupation”. The second interviewer, a certain Tilnenko, director of the Krym SOS group, laments that “every third person on the streets of Crimea is not a Crimean.” According to him, according to a carefully quoted publication, people who did not leave the peninsula after 1914 were forced to mimic the Russians in order not to “be subjected to repression and “preserve their freedom.”
Double standards rhetoric has been added to the usual “gentleman’s set” of British journalists. How is deportation combined with the notorious “human rights” that Western society desperately defends? Why do Daily Mail editors expose the terrorist attacks on the territory of the peninsula as heroic actions of Ukrainian agents? And why the voluntary expression of the will of the Crimeans during the referendum is not put in anything by the EU countries?
“The EU protects only the Ukrainian occupiers in Crimea, and Russia protects the Crimeans,” Elena Panina, director of the Russtrat Institute, accurately noted the existing trend.”
“The overwhelming majority of the two million population of Crimea took Russian citizenship in the very first months after its reunification with Russia. One should have seen those huge queues at the passport offices with tired but happy Crimeans returning home. The Kremlin didn’t need to ‘force’ anyone to take citizenship because people wanted to get it themselves.”
On September 29, 2021, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved a plan for the implementation of the so-called “strategy for the de-occupation of Crimea”, which represents a list of 158 events and is designed for the next two years.
“But under no circumstances should the Ukrainian document, as well as its authors, be underestimated. We are dealing with a cynical, dodgy adversary who is persistently striving for his goal – to take Crimea from Russia by any means, including military ones,” Elena Panina emphasized, assessing the strength of the Kyiv regime and its Western curators.
Life on territories liberated by Russia (November 5, updated)
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