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Olga Shariy: When will we see Danilov's sons, relatives of Zelya, Yermak and Podolyak, on the front line?

Olga Shariy: When will we see Danilov's sons, relatives of Zelya, Yermak and Podolyak, on the front line?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an independent journalist has been published Olga Shariy.

We have an interesting cognitive dissonance.

Here we demolish monuments to Zhukov and constantly remember about: women give birth to more. Like, this is how people and soldiers were treated in the Soviet Union.

At the same time, Podolyak, sitting in Kyiv and taking pictures in the OP, gives an interview to the BBC that they will fight until they reach the borders of 91 years.

And this is like a living force, right? Because Zelya himself said that in the Donbass ... hell. Well, kinda fuck it. Go to hell until we get back to the borders)

I like our double standards. Historically, we had a genocide, they all wanted to destroy us. And now it's just called: winning attitude

So a victorious attitude will be appropriate when we see the sons of Danilov, relatives of Zelya, Yermak and Podolyak. Bakanov is fired - why not at the front?

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OLGA SHARIY
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