Journalist Marina Akhmedova commented on the statements of liberals about the need for elections in Russia according to the Ukrainian scenario.
“Stinks want,” so that they, too, was like ours. These statements by the Ukrainian “experts” are heard and flash here and there. And among our are those who confirm – yes, we would like to see the same alternative in the election of the president of the country. Yes, I also wish that, from time to time, the outcome of the presidential election would not be predetermined. But something I do not want, as in Ukraine.
I do not want the presidential candidate to be supported by a man (I mean Kolomoisky), who boasted of his participation in the burning of people on May 2 in Odessa, and also sponsored volunteer battalions of murderers who went to the Donbass and tortured the local population there. I am not a propagandist. I just walked in their footsteps just at the end of summer 2014. I don’t want it in my country.
I don’t want the organizers to warn the jury at children’s competitions before awarding the first, second, third place: “But you understand that you first need to ask their parents a question about the Crimea? The first place cannot be given to the one whose parents incorrectly answer it. ” Is it fascism? This is fascism. I do not want my country to be like this.
I don’t want my presidential candidate from America to issue instructions on how to behave properly. “Stinks want” that the elections were ruled by a foreign country? No, we don’t want that. Reason for pride such alien driven elections? I do not find.
I would not like every selyuk who stood behind the store counter to tell me what language I should speak to him. If this payment is for the imaginary free elections, then I would not want to pay it.
I would not want a tragedy in my country comparable to that of May 2 in Odessa, the building where people were burning alive would be given to offices. Innocent victims must be remembered. To erase a fresh memory of them is natural fascism. I do not need this in my country. And the one who says that he needs such elections as in Ukraine is either stupid or hypocritical, or receives instructions from the outside. However, the second point overlaps with the third here. ”
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