She’s spent the last four years collecting votes (including mine) by posing as the antithesis of those she wanted to do a coalition with — but failed.
She’ll tell you any “solidarity” you want to you hear. Now that “everything’s gone,” as she aptly put it in her unintended double entendre, let’s “skip backward” a little bit.
The Party of Regions faction are wearing some white-yellow scarfs. Those are ropes on their necks that they came with to hang themselves…
Let me remind Yanukovych of the aliases he had while serving his jail time out there. The alias was “Boor.”
I would appreciate if the Party of Regions would not act according to the Somalian pirates principle.
They were stealing at a rate of 60 dollars per second.
Viktor Fedorovych, I would like you and I to become absolutely similar-minded people.
I’ve stood for, and stand for, the complete unification of all political forces and for the achievement of effective results for Ukraine.
June 4, 2009, during her visit to Poland, 3 days before the coalition talks collapsed...
In these very days, Europe is electing a new parliament. And I’m convinced that when we honor the Polish Revolution, let us again devote ourselves to carrying out Solidarity’s unfinished business: the dream of one free Europe. Niech nasza solidarność żyje tysiąc lat! [May our solidarity last for a thousand years.] Hahaha!
She’s a very charming lady. Sometime ago, I compared her to Eva Peron. I now believe she has outlived the comparison.
Because many compare her to men, and here she talks about some unfinished business in Europe, my question to her would be as follows:
Which of the following historical figures, in your most honest opinion, best represents your leadership profile:
A. Lech Wałęsa
B. Václav Havel
C. Erich Honecker
D. Nicolae Ceauşescu
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