Natalia Poklonskaya was a simple lawyer working her way up through the ranks of the Ukrainian prosecutor's office. Divorced with one child she focused
on her work and it showed. She advanced fast in her career.
When Ukraine's Maiden revolution started Natalia was faced with a difficult choice. Her parents lived in Crimea and she had grown up there as well as
just outside Lugansk. She identified strongly with Russia. Events moved quickly but Natalia didn't hesitate. She formally resigned her good job in
Kiev and moved her small family back home to Crimea. Upon arrival she offered her services to the fledgling government just being formed in Crimea.
Having a job again would be nice.
Sergei Aksyonov was a man with a million problems. Told to form a government from nothing in Crimea wasn't easy. Especially when people were turning
top level jobs down. Sergei had offered the top prosecutor job to 4 different men...all had turned him down. No one could blame them, Crimea was awash
in banditry as they say in Russia. Nobody knew who was giving the orders and who was protected and who was not. A prosecutor who stepped on the wrong
toes didn't keep his job very long and usually retirement was of the permanent type. Enter the hard charging go getter Natalia Poklonskaya. She had
the legal training and experience to do the job. She also didn't have the choice to turn the job down as any single mother very well understands.
Immediately Poklonskaya was declared a traitor of Ukraine. It wasn't a surprising development to be honest. She knew her old employers weren't going
to be happy with her decision. However what came next was surprising. The EU, US and Canada all placed her on the Sanctions list. Her European holiday
plans were put on hold forever. She wasn't allowed to enter many of the countries she had dreamed about visiting in her youth. The decision to live
with her family in Crimea wasn't even questioned for a moment. Natalia never had a doubt. Well those alleged 3 attempts to kill her may have rattled
her a bit, but they never stopped her.
Natalia had other problems however. Bigger problems. The press conference to announce her getting the Crimea Prosecutor General's job went Viral. In a
few days almost 2 million people watched her getting a new job. Someone in Crimea had made a quick YouTube video of the announcement. Oddly it wasn't
Russians watching her get that job...it was Japanese men! Lots of them! It turns out Poklonskaya is a near perfect fit for the typical Japanese
Animee image of beauty. Natalia had no idea she was a Youtube sensation until her daughter told her about it all. She now had additional duties as an
undeclared ambassador to Japan.
So a strange journey turns 35 today! Happy Birthday Ms. Poklonskaya! Your courage to stay together with your family and face banishment from the West
for no reason whatsoever is admirable. Your efforts to build a better life for everyone out of the ashes of war deserve admiration instead of your
edit on 18-3-2015 by noeltrotsky because: (no reason given)
originally posted by: noeltrotsky
I'd suggest she doesn't deserve to be sanctioned for her work in Crimea. Just my opinion however.
I think its dangerous to call protestors bandits and being ashamed that they are allowed to protest is a problem in the making for her.
Oh I never meant to say protesters are bandits! I meant that Crimea was lawless for awhile there with no government and no police until the new
government got set up. Sorry if the story came across like that!
Whomever in Canada put sanctions against her should be fired (from a cannon). FFS's, she's a single mom, she's got to work, otherwise, Canada
should have either shut their pie-holes or have just offered her refuge status and put her on mother's allowance. They do more for the drug addict
crack-whores here than they do for people who want to work.
Oh, I just noticed, she's hot! I wonder if she wants sponsorship? I would do it just to piss off harpernista and make him look bad to obama (bonus if
he looked bad to his handlers).
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