Crimean Tatars, who fled from the Crimea after the coup in Kiev, are beginning to understand who is who.
When Crimea joined Russia, the first thing on the peninsula was passed a law equalizing the Russian, Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar languages ​​- in the rights.
Ukraine, for the entire period of its separatism, did not bother to do it. And then the Verkhovna RADA adopted a final law discriminating all other languages ​​of the national minorities of Ukraine.

As you can see, Chubarov and Dzhemilev should wake up from hibernation.
It is seen a little blood spilled on the territory of Ukraine.

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There is no doubt that Ukraine will eventually fall apart. Everything is bad and worse.
But Russia should dissociate itself from the "fraternal" embraces of Ukrainians. This may be another bomb from the West.
They can “generously” give the collapsed Ukraine so that the compassionate Russians begin to restore at their own expense
Slavic unity.

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To be friends with the West is more expensive. The main goal of Western countries is the destruction of Russia. Gorbachev at one time went to a meeting of the Western world: he gave up the GDR, cut down missile arsenals, destroyed chemical weapons ... In the end, the Warsaw Pact organization dissolved.
He tried to improve relations with the West and Yeltsin.
As a result - deception and meanness on the part of Western countries.
Therefore, one cannot go on revelations with the West, with which the Russian soul is rich. Need to keep a tight policy. These European barbarians should always feel the power and intransigence of Russia.





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