Dmitry Tymchuk: Let the Opposition Block Concern Themselves with Giraffe Husbandry

information_resistance_logo_engDmitry Tymchuk, Head of the Center for Military and Political Research, Coordinator of the Information Resistance group, founding member of the People’s Front party and National Deputy
11.29.2014
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

The “Opposition Block” is aspiring to head 3 committees in the [Verkhovna] Rada – the parliamentary procedure committee, the committee in the issues of freedom of speech, and the committee on the issues of culture and spirituality.

The idea of them heading the parliamentary procedure committee raises a lot of questions; the committee for culture and spirituality – even more questions. But the committee for freedom of speech? That is simply a low blow.

Sorry, but I physically cannot comprehend how the people who worked to systematically obliterate the very idea of “freedom of speech” during Yanukovych’s rule may be responsible for ensuring regulatory guarantees of freedom of speech. That would be equivalent to appointing a pedophile to be the Director of a kindergarten.

But, this problem goes far beyond the moral and ethical aspect. Let us remember that Ukraine is a victim of foreign aggression, and a very serious part of this aggression is the information war. Among the enemy’s weapons are the Russian media broadcasting, amongst others, to Ukrainian viewers, as well as the pro-Russian media in Ukraine. Does anyone have any doubts that our fifth column, represented by the “Opposition Block” is already on a mission to assist the subversive work of these media, as much as possible? Allowing its representatives in the information sphere would be a direct blow against Ukraine’s national security, while the country remains at war.

I understand that the West requires we “throw a bone” to the opposition. The West, which is well-fed, satisfied with its life, and has spent decades without the faintest idea what it is like to have war at home on its territory. But if we want the West’s support, we have to heed its voice. Plus, unfortunately, the “Opposition Block” is one of the channels for dialogue with eastern Ukraine. After all, our compatriots voted for these people. That we cannot ignore.

No problem! Let us take the existing 27 parliamentary committees, and add a few more (for example, a committee on the issues of giraffe husbandry, and a committee for particle physics). Let the opposition have their fun there. Even though I’m afraid those gentlemen will manage to crap things up even there.

Source: Dmitry Tymchuk FB

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3 Responses to Dmitry Tymchuk: Let the Opposition Block Concern Themselves with Giraffe Husbandry

  1. NLT says:

    You are absolutely right. Help from the USA frequently comes with conditions but the USA is looking after the best democratic interests of the country.

    • JLNancy says:

      @ NLT ….democratic interests?? but it, also, takes a majority of badly informed people to make the unwisest decisions. And THAT does a disservice to Ukraine, doesn’t it.

      Re- Mr. Tymchuk’s post

      LOL…giraffe husbandry….and, yeah, maybe peacock botany…

      And, really, – how can this *opposition bloc* head a Committee of Spirituality, within Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada, considering that this *fifth-cloumn*, with their money being shovelled in from Russia, already has SOLD THEIR OWN SOULS to Russia’s mammon.

  2. Pingback: Dmitry Tymchuk: The Pig in a Poke in the Cabinet of Ministers | Voices of Ukraine

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