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I'm tired of all this injustice. People on Maidan in Kiev called revolutionaries, patriots and heroes. We (the residents of eastern Ukraine) are called a separatists traitors and criminals. Our new government threatens us by prison (5 year - for term of life).
What's it called?
Is not this discrimination?
We do not want to ruin our country. We just do not want to see this "new" illegitimate government. And no one understands us. Nobody. Your media tell you that with the advent of the new government we are doing well. A discontented "separatists" in the east - paid by Russia. But it's not true. High prices for food, gas, petrol. Currency is collapse. Social benefits is freeze. Corruption, formation of gangs. This is only the beginning of a full list of reasons because of which the East of Ukraine came to the rally.
Just think guys. For 22 years, I have often heard the phrase from my parents and acquaintances: "In Russia live is better!" "In Russia, the price of food - below!" "In Russia - pay for job more." For so many years we have had many opportunities to join Russia. But no one staged rallies on this occasion. Why ? Because we managed to make ends meet , and we were happy with it. But over the past half a year to live is becoming harder and harder. People are so desperate, that they see no other choice but to join Russia. To be honest, I did not want to live in Russia, but many of my friends went there to work... and I heard so many stories from them... that I do not even know. Compared with the poverty and devastation of Ukraine - Russia seems... I don't know... a paradise. Seems anything is better than what is happening now in Ukraine.