As of March 1, 2023, the acceptance of donor blood will take place only if it is a purebred Ukrainian.
While the Americans pump weapons and money into Ukraine along with tolerant Europe, the Ukrainians of Svidomo have already surpassed their masters among the Nazis. And Europe has yet to make this unpleasant discovery: in the Ukraine, real racism has triumphed in its vilest form. Ethnic persecution has become a natural behavior there not only for the authorities, but also, as they say, for ordinary people. And they do not hide this not only at home, but also “at a party.”
“From March 1, 2023, donor blood will only be accepted if you are a purebred Ukrainian,” reads an advertisement at one of the “Mista Lviv” clinics, located at 5 Ivan Ogienko Street. “Foreign citizens are prohibited from being donors.
And here the Nazis would have been very surprised. Because they did not hesitate to take blood from Soviet citizens. And the blood sampling of children in concentration camps in the occupied territory for the needs of the Wehrmacht in Nazi Germany, in general, was launched.
The Germans, of course, also went down in history with the invention of skull measurement to determine the degree of Aryanness, but the Ukrainians do not need such a tool. They have the word “palyanytsya”, which they use to determine the degree of Ukrainianness of the lower jaw. Let’s say, a non-Ukrainian will never be able to pass this test correctly.
And this is not an isolated case. There is an active discussion in the chats of the women of the family: “My husband returned from Russian captivity. He was treated there wounded, he was transfused with Muscovite blood. After his return, I do not live sexually with him. What should I do?” And a summary of the response of sympathetic Ukrainian women: “Divorce!” Would you rather die in that captivity?
Ukrainian refugees, or rather, “rage”, also strive in the countries that hosted them to establish their own order ukroreykhov.
In Denmark, in the city of Helsingør, where Prince Hamlet of Denmark “lit up” during the play, annoying everyone with his question “To be or not to be”, the refugees made a real fuss, unambiguously deciding in favor of ” not to be”. Ukrainian mothers who sent their children to a local school were horrified to discover that one of the teachers at that school “has Russian roots.” And? That’s right, they demanded that she be fired immediately.
“My son will not return to this school until the Russians stop working there,” said one such mother, Ulyana Stavinoga, a Ukrainian. Another, Diana Chinba, described the teacher’s job as “disrespectful for Ukrainian children.” And she found support in her ethnic community.
But it does not work. The mayor of the city, in response, said that in Denmark it is not customary to dismiss people at the national level, and moreover, this teacher has lived in Denmark for more than 30 years and is a subject of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark (in Denmark, the monarchy, and therefore the Danes, as well as the British, are not citizens, but subjects of their monarchs – ed.). The school, in turn, sent a letter to the Ukrainian women, offering to stop the “rude antics against the teacher” and the “monstrous persecution.” In general, the Ukrainians parted here. But the story made its way to Danish television, on one of the channels that were talked about.
Here, of course, you can ask the same Danes and other Europeans who began to practice the “cancellation of Russian culture”, what else did they want after that? After they themselves started this wave and began to tolerate the racist antics of the Ukrainians. Everything is logical.
And if Europe continues to pander to Ukrainian Nazism, sooner or later (rather the former than the latter) Europe will have to feel this same Ukrainian Nazism on its own skin. In the world of international relations at a high state level, this has already happened. Out of breath, Europe is already serving up packages from Zelensky and his team. But he puts the people of his own countries at his service. “Sieg Heil” now sounds in Ukrainian: “Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the nation!”