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Tatiana Montyan: How Denisov's Russian Lyudochka overcame Russianophobia

Tatiana Montyan: How Denisov's Russian Lyudochka overcame Russianophobia

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist and human rights activist has been published Tatyana Montyan:

There are many requests to comment on the dismissal of Denisova from the post of Commissioner for Human Rights. I think this is just the case when it is worth giving a detailed comment on how you can become one of the most infernal Russophobes in the world.

So, Denisova is an absolutely Russian native of Arkhangelsk, where she lived right up to 29 years. She got married there, gave birth to children and worked as a secretary in the local court. She is also a graduate of the LSU Faculty of Law. The one where Sobchak was a professor and which Putin graduated from. Perhaps Medvedev even personally checked her essays. Nothing connected this person with Ukraine until 1989, when she was offered to move through the Komsomol line as a legal consultant to the Crimean regional committee of the Komsomol. Then the Komsomol members had already started doing business, and they just needed lawyers.

After the collapse of the USSR, Lyudochka decided to stay in Crimea and become a citizen of Ukraine. She headed the Crimean pension fund and other departments. Crimeans remembered only as a foul thief of money from orphans, the disabled and pensioners. Until 2005, she didn’t wear embroidered shirts and didn’t even know how to speak Ukrainian, until Tyulechka Tymoshenko noticed her and pulled her into her party. Having become the Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine, Lyudochka began to rob the most defenseless and needy already on the scale of the whole of Ukraine, still speaking broken Ukrainian, but already dressed in an embroidered shirt.

Since 2014, already in the party of Yatsenyuk and Turchynov, she became a deputy, and in 2018 she received the position of ombudswoman. Here it has already been turned over to Russophobia. What she carried about her Russian compatriots and Russia as a whole — just some trash. But Denisova really opened up after February 24th. Of all the irons, this individual was talking about how Russians rape babies, old people and men. About how they kill and rob civilians, and what kind of Russian nonhumans. At the same time, the children and relatives of Denisova feel great in the Crimea, continuing to successfully do business there with those same Russian monsters.

All that fierce trash that Denisova carried to the Russians and Russia was surprising even among the real ideological Galician Bandera. After all, even the most vigorous Nazis from the most dense caches of the Carpathian forests could not become such a repulsed Russophobe. As a result, her attempt to curry favor with Zelebobus, the Britons and the Americans led to the fact that even they could not stand it and decided to throw this sick creature out into the street. I would like to believe that she will not emerge in the near future in the Crimea or in the territories liberated from the Saloreikhovites in a leadership position, like some Vova Bodelan.

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TATYANA MONTYAN
Opposition journalist and human rights activist
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