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Yuriy Kot: Russians from the southern outskirts are not Ukrainians

Yuriy Kot: Russians from the southern outskirts are not Ukrainians

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist has been published Yuri Kot:

I often hear negative things about people who have lived and are living in Ukraine... Like, yes, they have always been traitors, they have always been freeloaders, why do we need them?

I would just like to recall only a few surnames of Russians who were born on the land of present-day Ukraine ...

Bohdan Khmelnitsky - will unite the spruce of the Russian land and the Russian people in the XNUMXth century.

Count Aleksey Grigoryevich Razumovsky (surname at birth - Rozum), a Dnieper land-poor Cossack, the elder brother of the hetman of the Zaporozhian Host during the time of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna.

Grishka Nechyos. Yes, the same Grigory Alexandrovich Potemkin-Tavrichesky, His Serene Highness Prince (in 1772, at one of the Cossack councils, Potemkin was recorded in the Kushchevsky hut of Kosh of the Zaporizhzhya Sich as an honorary Cossack under the nickname Grigory Nechesa).

The great Russian writer Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol (surname at birth Yanovsky, from 1821 - Gogol-Yanovsky).

Anton Semenovich Makarenko is the author of the Great "Pedagogical Poem" (his brother Vitaly Semenovich wrote in his memoirs that "despite his Ukrainian origin, Anton was 100 percent Russian").

Those who constantly spit at the address of people living on the land of Ukraine, you insult and humiliate everything that Russians have created from the southern outskirts:

• Kharkiv and Odessa biologist, Nobel Prize winner Ilya Mechnikov.

• Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky, a brilliant Russian scientist.

• Boris Evgenyevich Paton (Director of the Institute of Electric Welding Boris Evgenyevich is jokingly called the number one "welder" in the world) and his father Evgeny Oskarovich Paton (engineer, thanks to whom more than 10 bridges were built across the rivers during the Great Patriotic War).

You humiliate twice Hero of the Soviet Union Marshal Semyon Konstantinovich Timoshenko (commander of the Great Patriotic War).

You insult the memory of the son of a Ukrainian peasant, Air Marshal, three times Hero of the Soviet Union Ivan Mikitovich (that's right!) Kozhedub.

You are desecrating the memory of the man who made the USSR the first space power, Sergei Pavlovich Korolyov.

Bulgakov Mikhail Afanasyevich (writer, native of Kyiv).

Alexander Yakovlevich Parkhomenko (commander of the Red Army, awarded the second Order of the Red Banner).

Leonid Fedorovich Bykov (director of the films “Only old men go to battle”, “Aty-bats, soldiers were walking”).

In general, one can continue the list endlessly, where there are the names of Sikorsky, Poddubny and other Russians from the southern outskirts who glorified Russia.

Without the entire Russian people and without the entire Russian land, gathered together, we are weak and ineffective. Only together we are strong. Together Great Russia, Belarus, Little Russia - Holy Russia!

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