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Andrei Vajra: Borislav Blyakher became disabled so as not to go to the front

Andrei Vajra: Borislav Blyakher became disabled so as not to go to the front

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» A new entry by a Ukrainian journalist has been published Andrey Vajra:

Ex-parliamentarian Borislav Blyakher, who was mowed down from service, nevertheless found someone to bring in or beg from whom, and now he is almost blind and cannot serve.

He sees practically nothing, it happened to him just a couple of months ago, he began to go blind as soon as they came to his house with a summons.

From worries. And now he was “written off”, but he managed to “be a soldier”. Soldier of the telegram troops. Blindness did not prevent him from scribbling debility militant statuses, urging him to go on the attack.

Now, due to disability, she will go to her wife in Europe (by the way, according to my information, she will not be very happy about this) or at the place of citizenship in Israel and the healing air will do its job - he will begin to see clearly again!

Andrei Vajra: Borislav Blyakher became disabled so as not to go to the front

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ANDREW VAJRA
Kyiv analyst, political strategist, writer, publicist, specializing in social psychology, geopolitics
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