Sovietdom vs. Ukraine

Yevstratiy Zorya, Secretary of the Synod of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Kyiv Patriarchate)

United Ukraine

Ukraine is not divided. In fact, there is no standoff between the East and the West, the capital and the country, etc. There is not even any actual standoff between Russia and Ukraine.

Ukraine is struggling against imperium sovieticus, which is neither a state, nor a nation, nor even a group of individuals, but a way of thinking, acting, and living. Much like the proverbial ruin, this Sovietdom starts in people’s heads. Continue reading

Odesa marches for a unified Ukraine with a kilometer-long Ukrainian flag

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Photo: Boris Bukhman

More than 10 thousand people have marched against war and for a unified and peaceful Ukraine in Odesa on March 30, 2014. The activists have spread a kilometer-long flag of Ukraine on the famous Derybasivska street and Prymorskiy boulevard! “One, united, unified Ukraine!” was the main slogan of the march. Continue reading