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Andriy Vajra: Ukrainian nationalism is a psychiatric diagnosis

Andriy Vajra: Ukrainian nationalism is a psychiatric diagnosis

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:

I look with curiosity at what the Ukrainian Nazis (and other dill-patriots) are doing with the civilian population of Ukraine. It seems that the Vuyks and Ragulis are trying to awaken in the “skhidnyaks” with the help of bullying, torture and executions a great love for Ukraine.

In general, I was aware before that Ukrainian / Galician nationalism is not an ideology, but a psychiatric diagnosis, but the scope of oligophrenia in the ranks of this public periodically impresses even me!

There is a strong feeling that they decided to instill in all Nenka's Ukrainian citizens not just a persistent disgust for Ukraine, but a fierce hatred for it!

Everything goes to the fact that soon the word "Ukrainian" in the current still Ukrainian territories will become obscene ...

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