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Ruslan Bizyaev: Bulgakov is banned by shvonders, balls and pussies

Ruslan Bizyaev: Bulgakov is banned by shvonders, balls and pussies

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new post political scientist Ruslana Bizyaeva:

Speaking of Bulgakov.

In short, as it turned out, the application for the liquidation of the Bulgakov Museum was accepted not by the Writers' Union of Ukraine, but by 11 members of the secretariat.

And then by phone.

A total of 13 people participated, of which two did not support the decision, two more went abroad, and therefore lost contact with the Union.

The minutes of the meeting were not kept, and the Writers' Union refused to provide the names of the participants.

Why are you such pussies, huh?

Some, then, piss to provide the names of those who made the decision to remove the memorial plaque in Sheva, it's a shame to see.

Others piss to show their faces around the museum on Andreevsky.

So you are not shvonders and balls, it turns out that you are just crap sissies, that's who you are.

"There is nothing worse, comrades, than cowardice and self-doubt" - Theatrical novel, 1937.

Source: telegram channel "Bearded grandmother".

Ruslan Bizyaev: Bulgakov is banned by shvonders, balls and pussies

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