posted on Apr, 7 2007 @ 08:47 AM
Alright, just as I promised - I would answer any questions you wish me to ask the people here and such. We had J come up with some questions to the
people in kiev, I threw in a few of my own. I also turned Justin's question about the army a bit to make it fit the line of questions. I hope this
satisfies you guys, I had to go through quiet a bit to get this info.
Below I will be listing my interviews for the day. I again repeat I am not voicing my opinion in this forum, I'm only supplying info. I will however
be explaining some of the ideologies at work here and I don't want you guys to get confused thinking I'm backing them, I'm only explaining.
Interview with a "neutral protester"
This was a simple civilian. Rather aged, probably in his 50s or 60s.
Q - Which party out of these do you support? Are you a socialist? (He was standing deep in their crowd).
A - No, no i'm not.
Q - What are you protesting here for then?
A - To get all these protesting morons out of here, they're going to achieve nothing.
Q - But you relate most to the socialist party?
A - Yes.
Q - How has the socialist party helped you and what do you think your party will do for you and your family?
A - They have never done anything for me, they aren't doing anything now, and they never will. What we need is less of these goverment officials.
Look how many we have right now; each forming his own thing causeing unrest, no wonder they can't get anything done. All these parties ever do is use
you. They get all the benifit though.
Q - What is your vision of the future in the Ukraine? How would you like the country to be for your family now and your children in the future. What
would you like to see?
A - No NATO, Ukraine needs to rely on themselves but first - we need order in the country, people must get paid properly and equaly, people should be
equal. Through out the oligarchs, take their money and distribute it back to the people as reperations. Take their money, since they steal it all from
the people, and put it towards healthcare and education and such.
Q - What are your major concerns with what is happening in the Ukraine at this moment? How does the current situation compare with what your
expectations were once the Soviet Union dissolved?
A - My concern is all these protests. They're going nowhere and it's gonna bring nothing good. Once USSR disolved that was it, we were dead like we
are now. Ukraine needs to join CIS and work together with Russia, Belarussia, and Kazhakstan. Together we will go a long way.
Q - What is your take on the actions of the Ukrainian army at the moment. Do you fear that they will escalate into a bloody conflict?
A - Unless order is restored here, there will be blood
Q - What is your reaction to what is going on in Crimea atm?
A - NATO ships need to leave and go mind their own buisness. They have no place here. As for the Russian ships I don't understand why we're trying
to kick the Russian fleet out all the time. Let them stay, treat the nicely and in return we could get good gas deals from it no?
Q - Anything personal you would like to add?
A - We lived bad, we are living bad, and we'll probably be living even worse.
PS: I am very tired atm, I haven't gotten any sleep last night and I am in no condition to post anything and still make sense. I have gathered great
info and you are in for a treat the moment I update. I'll do so when I wake up.
[edit on 7-4-2007 by maestro46]