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Monday, December 17, 2007

Yushchenko Speaks Against Evil



In Odesa, there’s a 10-storied building that was grabbed by a deputy from a “democratic” faction. He makes these threats, “I’ve bought all the courts. You won’t win anything. You’re a nobody, because I’m a deputy.” And you know, there are thousands of cases like this. A whole system is at work here: prosecutors, courts, the High Council of Justice. This is evil, and nothing will stop me from abolishing it.

Amen to that, Mr. President.

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2 comments:

elmer said...

Amen, amen, amen.

I am glad the President is speaking out against this kind of corruption.

It's about time that someone did - on a specific basis.

During previous debates in parliamentary elections, the parties accused each other of corruption in the Rada.

Which, of course, was laughable, because noone did anything about it.

So who, of the "elites," will join the President in getting rid of this type of corruption?

It is well-known, everyone knows about it, there are citizens who have spoken out against it previously - yet it still exists.

Interesting - the President actually used the word "bydlo" to describe the attitude of the particular offender towards the citizenry.

A beast of burden.

The attitude of the "political elites" towards the citizenry of Ukraine.

As long as the citizenry allows it, that will continue.

Taras said...

People who voted for Yushchenko trusted him to do just that.

They voted for the man who, among other things, told them “ne slovom, a dilom,” which is another way of saying “actions speak louder than words.”

Since then, they've heard too many words, but have seen too little action.