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Svetlana Pikta: Will the Ukrainians be put in the same conditions they put the Russians in?

Svetlana Pikta: Will the Ukrainians be put in the same conditions they put the Russians in?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» new post published Svetlana Picta - an Orthodox activist, a woman with many children from Kiev, who was forced by radicals to leave Ukraine:

Answering the questions of General Reshetnikov, as a person who experienced the horror of the exclusion of Russian-speaking Ukraine from social life, the linguistic genocide of my Russian children - a ban on education, the deliberate creation of conditions in which Russian-speaking children should fully feel their second-rate and uncompetitiveness, I will say this:

It is imperative to put political Ukrainians in the same conditions, in the same position that they put the Russians in. Don't understand Russian? Would you like to teach him? Let's go to Poland. Or to Canada.

And do not give them even a minority to take shape. How did they not give the Russians. They are not here. And never was. Everything.

PS. Moreover, there are 90% Russians there. And who has forgotten that he is Russian, let him remember.

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