By Stanislav Rechynskyy
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine
All of these Girkins, Borodai‘s and other scum will eventually melt away back to Russia. And we will have to live with everything that has happened. With all of our dead. With our soldiers and our ‘vatniks.’ And if the Girkins had not come here, the ‘vatniks’ would have lived here until a ripe old age voting for various Dobkins; and no-one would have killed them for it. There are many people in this world who have ants in their brains. Kyiv citizens voted for Chernovetskyi twice; did anyone kill them for it? No-one would have killed the ‘vatniks’ either. But then the Girkins came. The posers and the mercenaries, the political strategists and the military experts. And seduced the ‘little ones,’ the ‘sorrowful souls;’ but still our own fellow citizens, brothers and sisters. Scared them with Banderites, with the Right Sector, with vaccinations, with God knows what else. And brought them to death. It is clear that Ukraine will never forgive Putin for this. But also this country, you and me, will not forgive ourselves either. For the rest of our lives. Because, probably, it was possible to prevent; to avoid all these deaths. Probably; but we could not do it. A long mourning awaits us. We are living now through the darkest days in our history. Or the most bloody. Hopefully the most bloody. Shoot yourself, Girkin. If you really are a ‘Russian officer.’ If you had not come to Ukraine, you and others like you–all these people–would have been alive.
Source: Stanislav Rechynskyy FB