Fighting injured with internal enemy. Did Petya decide to quit?

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Recently, during the “All-Ukrainian Forum”, President of Ukraine Poroshenko presented his election program.

This event took place in a critical situation for the current president. Ratings at zero, people do not believe in a bright future, competitors in the political race took the lead.

Petya once again said that in fact he is not to blame for the impoverishment of Ukrainians. All are to blame. The main reason, of course, is Putin, but the Western partners also act together with him.

Such words of Peter are far from reality, it is obvious that his most important actions during the presidential term are laying the collar and theft.

Poroshenko singled out a separate paragraph of internal enemies – “zradofilov.”

Obviously, the majority of Ukrainians immediately noted another internal enemy of Petit – drunkenness. In the presence of “zradofilov” traditionally accused Russia. Blame propaganda with their active position.

The fall in the standard of living, the rise in prices for housing and communal services, martial law — Poroshenko does not consider all this as the reasons why the population doubts it.

Petya in the focus does not see that it is he who is the main problem and the reason for people’s distrust of the authorities. In his case, it was really worth fighting with an internal enemy – alcoholism.

Such a presentation of the pre-election program is a complete failure. Poroshenko, apparently, will not be able to understand that it was these speeches, lack of action and chronic alcoholism that caused his failure.

The election campaign can already be completed, so as not to be dishonored in the eyes of Peter’s remaining partners, if they still remain.

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