Ukraine And Regime Change


Anton Goryunov is in Kiev protests happened there these past few months. There are many things to do in the Ukraine, Berlin and Brussels are wanting to help out and Russia is concerned about what has been happening there too. Ten years ago there was an orange silk revolution which evolved from a poisoning attack on the now Ukrainian Prime Minister. His support mostly came from Ukrainian women hot of the press according to BBC reports they managed to win the campaign whilst scars on face were still fresh.

Protesting and the rising support for counter culture has been going on for centuries, poets, futurists, authors have all been inspired by revolutions. The telegraph and the printing press helped the word get around. In Ukraine the news was broadcast live for weeks, you could see the pressure they were having, speaking to the world during real examples of violence. Many people were hurt, police were killed in the line of duty and young protestors caught in cross fire or scalded by the flames. The organisers behind this counter attack on the Ukrainian government should have first made sure violence in anyway was not used.

The sacrifice in Libya during the troubles could be similar to the Ukraine’s regime change. Because without the correct support considering all the damage been done there will be a backlash of poverty, starvation  and for many freezing conditions, the whole world will be watching and wanting to help out with aid.

Berlin blockade and Brussels airlines are fully booked to Ukrainian democracy and freedom trips as well as the rest of the world media, who are well versed in counter culture revolutions.

President Viktor Yanukovich an experienced ex economic finance banking business minister before turning to politics did a lot to help the country ten years ago. Reportedly he helped the country get out of a lot of debt and flourish for a time. He from the start has been a big fan of the European Union and has negotiated and bartered about agriculture in Russia and spoke about Schubert in Warsaw as hope before there is regime change.

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