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Friday, June 23, 2017

The Ukrainian Ternopil now for the slogan “Poland on gilyaks” will be punished

The city of Ternopil in Western Ukraine on the way to Europe, returned to the primitive society. This is the first regional center in the country in which the law imposed a taboo on the image of some common words. The decision of the city Council in Ternopil ‘ taboo the use of the words “Russia”, “Russian Federation”, “Moscow” and derivatives from them. Prohibited statement are also translated into other languages.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

The decision of the city Council, says: “to Prohibit in Ternopil placement of informational signs that use the words “Russia”, “Russian Federation” and derivative words or phrases. Managers, owners, owners of enterprises, institutions, organizations, physical persons-entrepreneurs in a 10-day period to conduct operational activities at the dismantling of signs, ads, billboards, tables, boards, etc., not relevant to this decision.” In fact, to implement this solution would be problematic, because one of the Central streets of Ternopil is called Russian. Along this wide street, the city placed a large number of restaurants, shops, supermarkets, boutiques, cafes and bars. And all of them are now impossible to specify in advertising your address. Or it will be necessary to Excel, explaining that the word “Russian” is no relation to Russia has not. And what about the derived word Russ? For example, one of the banks of Ternopil is called “Kievan Rus”. To be renamed? But Sberbank is Russia exactly to change the name and the city he has several offices. And what do they do now? Shamefully to hide their national identity or to curtail the activities?

Without branches of the Russian Bank in Ternopil, put, it will live. But what to do with the slogan that has become a Ukrainian national idea, and which embellished all the fences in Western Ukraine: Poland on gilyaku” and “Who does not jump, the Muscovite”. Moskal — there is a derived word from Moscow, anyway. For a printed translation of this slogan of Ternopil citizens now expect harsh punishment. Here dogolosovalis.

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