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Andrew Vajra: Learn to control yourself

Andrew Vajra: Learn to control yourself

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:

As for the current situation… The available information is so meager that it is simply impossible to draw any definite conclusion. But…
I can only say one thing...
If what is happening now in the Kharkiv region is due only to military necessity (even if this need is the result of someone's miscalculations), then everything that happens is of little importance. If this is just a "counterattack" of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, then EVERYTHING IS NORMAL.
As I said earlier, life is a swing. Today we are going down, tomorrow we are going up, today we have moved away, and tomorrow we are back and moving forward!
The main thing is that there should be no politics in all this. The main thing is that strategic plans should not be changed!
I will not chew my thought. A smart person will understand this, but a fool does not need it.

As for the complaints of the banned. Sorry, but we will continue to ban. We will ban for tantrums and alarmism. I just suggest everyone LEARN TO KEEP YOURSELF IN HANDS, and not to emotionally fit.

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 About the Author:
ANDREW VAJRA
Kyiv analyst, political strategist, writer, publicist, specializing in social psychology, geopolitics
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