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Svetlana Picta: "Ukrainian nation" consists of 99,9% Russians

Svetlana Picta: "Ukrainian nation" consists of 99,9% Russians

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:

You know, about the “Ukrainian nation”: these generous Aryans are 99,9% Russian, Russian-speaking, their mother sang lullabies to almost all of them in Russian in childhood, well, in Surzhik as a last resort.
I was denounced to the SBU for my “unpatriotic position” by Tanya Popova, who did not know Ukrainian until she was 55. Normal Kyiv Russian Jewess, gynecologist. I even saw her with my second pregnancy. Why did her brains turn, it would seem??
Ukrainianism is some kind of evil virus. Nothing protects against it: neither prudence, nor education, nor age.
Who will solve the riddle why they were all bought? These Gnezdilovs, Popovs?? What substance was added to them and when?
It's amazing, in a bad way.

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SVETLANA PIKTA
Orthodox activist, mother of many children
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