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2.03.2014

What can Ukraine expect from the West now?

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1:27, Myroslav Marynovych — Politics
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What can Ukraine expect from the West now?



I write to you as a former prisoner of conscience of the Brezhnev era.

All other titles are rapidly losing sense in the light of the bleeding Ukrainian Maidan.

All my life I admired Western civilization as the realm of values. Now I am close to rephrasing Byrons words: Frailty, thy name is Europe! The strength of bitterness here is matched by the strength of our love for Europe.



If it still concerns anybody in decision-making circles, I may answer the question in the title.



First and foremost, stop expressing deep concern. All protestors on the Maidan have an allergy to this by now in these circumstances senseless phrase, while all gangsters in the Ukrainian governmental gang enjoy mocking the helplessness of the EU.

Take sanctions. Dont waste time in searching for their Achilles heel: it is the money deposited in your banks. Execute your own laws and stop money laundering. The Europe we want to be part of can never degrade the absolute value of human lives in favor of an absolute importance of money.



Also cancel Western visas for all governmental gangsters and their families. It is a scandal that ordinary Ukrainians living their simple lives have to provide their ancestors family trees to obtain a visa while ruling criminals guilty of murder, disappearances, and fraud in the eyes of the whole world enjoy virtually free-entry status in Europe. 



Do not listen to Yanukovychs and Putins propagandistic sirens. Just put cotton in your ears. Be able to decode their lie; otherwise they will decode your ability to defend yourself.



Instead, listen to Ukrainian media sacrificing their journalists lives to get truthful information. Do not rely so much upon the information provided by your special correspondents in other countries who come to Ukraine for a day or two. Hire Ukrainians who live in this country to translate the Ukrainian cry of pain. Secure money for that right now instead of waiting for funds from next years budget.

Come to Ukrainian hospitals and talk to so-called extremists who want to subvert the legitimately elected government, those who have cruelly beaten policemen and deliberately blasted explosives to wound themselves. Yes, the face of war is cruel. But, arriving at the Maidan, these people repeated almost literally what King George VI said to his people on the 3 September 1939: We have been forced into a conflict, for we are called to meet the challenge of a principle which, if it were to prevail, would be fatal to any civilized order in the world.



Go out of your zone of comfort! Just recall the coddled ancient Romans who refused to do that in time. Cajoling Putin wont bring you security. Letting him take control over Ukraine could make the world peace even more vulnerable. A Ukraine divided by force wont bring the world peace, just as a Poland and Germany divided by force didnt bring peace to the world.



Let us conclude in solidarity with the King and the Ukrainian people: The task will be hard. There may be dark days ahead, and war can no longer be confined to the battlefield, but we can only do the right as we see the right, and reverently commit our cause to God. If one and all we keep resolutely faithful to it, ready for whatever service or sacrifice it may demand, then with God's help, we shall prevail.



Myroslav Marynovych

Photo: zarvanytsya.org.ua


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