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Anatoly Shariy: Sergiy Sternenko calls for the demolition of the monument to Vysotsky

Anatoly Shariy: Sergiy Sternenko calls for the demolition of the monument to Vysotsky

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by media expert, independent journalist published Anatoly Sharia:

Rogul from the Odessa region, known for having killed a man, tried to protect the drug trade in Odessa and, by kidnapping opponents, took away their credit cards Sergiy Sternenko is already calling for the demolition of the monument to Vysotsky.

I remember the first time I heard "rap" performed by this farm genius. Neighing like a horse. I won't be surprised if the record is released under the auspices of the Office of the President soon.

And Vysotsky - I think:

1 he doesn't care, he's in a better world

2 he is from the devil and suffered enough during his lifetime, no stranger to

3 scoops and an imperial worse than Vysotsky to look for more, yes.

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