What Happened to Ukraine Before & What Will Happen After the Military Operation

NEW – March 11, 2022

What happened:

  • The “Orange Revolution” of 2004 brought to power US agent Viktor Yushchenko, who relied on the Ukrainian Nazis;
  • In 2014, there was a coup d’etat, Nazis came to power again. Civil war began. The economy totally started to be plundered. New IMF loans went into the pockets of new officials. Judicial reform has begun, which has given rise to judges who are absolutely controlled by the new authorities. The law began to be applied selectively;
  • In 2015, the reform of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. A total change of personnel, a change in the system for the worse. Crime increased significantly;
  • In 2016, the reform of the healthcare system. Reduction of hospitals and medical staff. Liquidation of psychiatric hospitals with the dissolution of patients. The ambulance was liquidated;
  • In 2017, education reform. Budget cuts, reduction of schools and teachers. A change in the curriculum, which led to a decrease in the level of knowledge of schoolchildren;
  • In 2018, organ transplantation was legalised with permission to sell organs to EU countries;
  • In 2019, the split of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church;
  • In 2019, already under Zelensky, the moratorium on the sale was lifted and a land market was created. Oligarchs and foreign investors began to buy up land, which dealt a blow to farming and led to an increase in prices for agricultural products, not to mention the fact that the Ukrainian ceased to be the owner of their land;
  • In 2020, gambling was legalised with a deferred tax payment for four years. It added to the increase in crime, the increase in the number of gamblers and accelerated the impoverishment of certain categories of the population;
  • In 2021, the Supreme Council adopted a law allowing the deployment of army units and all types of weapons of NATO countries throughout the territory, which created a direct threat to Russia;
  • On February 19, 2022, Zelensky convened the members of the Budapest Memorandum, under which Ukraine renounced nuclear weapons in 1994, and stated that this refusal would be reviewed and that Ukraine was considering the possibility of returning its nuclear potential. This was the final phase of Ukraine’s transformation into a deadly enemy for Russia;
  • As a result, on February 21, 2022, Russia recognised the independence of the DPR and LPR within the borders of the former Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine;
  • On February 24, the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation launched a military operation to demilitarise and denazify Ukraine.
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What’s next:

  • The end of the civil war;
  • Restoration of destroyed houses and infrastructure;
  • Full compensation for material and moral losses incurred as a result of the operation;
  • Write-off of debt on bank loans and housing and communal services;
  • Reduction of the cost of housing and communal services to the Russian level;
  • Reducing the cost of gas and electricity to the Russian level;
  • Reanimation of the Ukrainian economy with further growth by injecting capital and restoring the operation of closed enterprises and creating new ones;
  • Elimination of negative consequences from reforms in all spheres;
  • There will no longer be a ban on the Russian language and Russian traditions;
  • There will be no more persecution of Orthodox Christians;
  • There will be no more bullying of veterans of the Great Patriotic War and their relatives on May 9, Victory Day will be returned as an official holiday;
  • There will be no more Nazi torchlight processions and Nazis.

DPR First Deputy Minister of Information Daniil Bezsonov

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