A small announcement made today inside Ukraine carries utterly enormous implications, It now appears a decision may have been made that there won’t be a “Ukraine” anymore . . .
The announcement of a small change was made by the head of the military-civilian administration of the region, Volodymyr Saldo. He said quite simply “Residents of all Ukraine, regardless of the place of registration, will now be able to apply for a Russian passport in the Kherson region.”
Sounds simple enough, doesn’t it?
Yet the implications of this seemingly trivial announcement, are staggering: If residents of “all Ukraine, regardless of the place of registration” can now apply for Russian Passports, then they would all be “Russian” and not “Ukrainian” anymore.
If there is still to be in existence a “Ukraine” how will that be if their citizens are now all Russians?
Looks as though there ISN’T going to be a “Ukraine” anymore.