Ever since Porokh lost the election. His followers have organised a cult called the 25%. The number is based upon the number of votes Porokh got in the presidential election. I think this fad will fade away once Zelensky’s presidency takes off. It should be noted that 25% of 62% turnout is only 15% eligible voters that voted for Porokh. They were mostly concentrated in the West of the country, the Lvov region, that is. The rest were representatives of some of the business class, who are afraid of Kolomoysky. There are scattered svidomites throughout the country and abroad.
This philosopher is Volodymyr Viatrovych, read more about him (here and here).
Here are some of the cult’s followers from Twitter…
They are spravzhni banderivtsi (“true banderovites”)
Remember kids, we have been told there aren’t any nazis in Ukraine…
This creep came to the spotlight recently over an attack on a journalist, Volodymyr Runets of Current Times, a Russian language media project of RFE/RL, a US government propaganda arm. Santa literally shot at everyone in a club from an automatic rifle.
This happened on 5 May, and Santa has since been let off. Strana.ua reports:
The court proceedings in the best traditions of the post Maidan reality. The court room was filled with colleagues of the journalist, Runets on one hand. From the side were nationalists and Members of Parliament, who support such ideas. Andriy Antonishchak (Bloc of Petro Poroshenko), Oksana Korchinskaya (Radical Party), Serhiy Vysotckiy, Andriy Levus (both from National Front), Egor Sobolev (Samopomich), Andriy Ilenko (Svoboda).
Remember this list next time somebody tells you that the Right Sector received meager electoral results. All the parties, with the exception of “Svoboda” are mainstream and not immediately considered nationalist by superficial observers.
On the Pertsy Plain in Yablunitsa, Ivano-Frankivsk region, they are building out of wood a unique, patriotic attraction. They want it to enter the Book of Records of Ukraine.
It was reported on the Facebook page of the Pertsy Plain.
“Please friends, tell us how to enter the Book of Records of Ukraine. We are creating the largest Tryzub in Ukraine and perhaps in the World.” -it says in the post.
The construction works have already begun. The people are actively giving advice in the comments on how to register your entry in the Book of Records.
“We have records of larges tryzubs, therefore I can answer your question, if I knew what size the authors have in mind. In any case, I wish you successful completion of your idea,” -a representative of the Book of Records of Ukraine answered on Facebook.
After any “goodbye” inevitably comes a “good day.”
I have long thought about “lot of in common” between Russian and Ukraine. The reality is such that today, after the annexation of Crimea and the aggression in the Donbass, what is left of “in common” is the state border,
2295 kilometers and 400 metres in common. And from the Ukrainian side, Russia ought to return control over this border. Only then can continue searching for commonalities.
The ban on export of oil products, and the distribution of passports to the citizens of occupied territories, the holding of Ukrainians as captives, doesn’t bring closer the settlement of relations between our countries, even by iota, and we cannot call such relations “brotherly.”
Now, from the “common” to “personal.”
Regarding show, which was announced on the Russian federal channel. I want to remind [everyone] that it was acting in TV shows that made me popular in Ukraine, and in the end made me a President of Ukraine. The airing of this show, which was filmed a long time ago, looks weird. I don’t have ambitions to do a political career in Russia.
(If you know the name of the show please write in the comments)