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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: r3hgr
« on: 19 March 2014, 14:50:41 »
How do Saym, welcome to oof!  :)


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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: hello
« on: 19 March 2014, 14:49:15 »
Welcome aboard mate!  :)

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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: Hi everyone. Newbie from North Norfolk
« on: 14 March 2014, 09:31:37 »
Welcome aboard mate!  :)

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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: Hello from Sunny Suffolk
« on: 14 March 2014, 09:30:32 »
How do Paul, welcome to oof!  :)

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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: New member lincolnshire
« on: 14 March 2014, 09:29:33 »
Welcome aboard mate!  :)

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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: Hello from Volvo land and a request!
« on: 14 March 2014, 09:28:44 »
How do Redbrick, welcome to oof!  :)

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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: 2.5 diesel engine into 2.2 petrol cdx
« on: 07 March 2014, 10:37:27 »
Welcome to oof oilyrag!  :)

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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: hello all need sum help
« on: 07 March 2014, 10:35:08 »
How do spicey, welcome to oof!  :)

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And what if Russia is right in this situation? I mean, whether occurred these events if Ukrainian Rada behaved a bit more friendly with foreign language minorities? If kept the law, which guaranteed free language using for all the minorities of Ukraine? Slovakian, Romanian, Hungarian, Russian and so on...

1If you think the Russians are right? Then so was the invasion of Hungary and Czechoslovakia in the 1950's / 1960's as the reasons are largely the same? The people want independence from the bullying Russian bear!

The Ukrainian parliament have only repealed a hated law passed by Yanukovych making Russian and Ukrainian both official languages. To do so at this time was a mistake in my view. The Ukrainians who speak Russian will carry on doing so as the majority of them are actually Ukrainian, who speak Russian for historical reasons, where it was the official language of the Soviet Union. This applies across families in different parts of the Ukraine including my extended one. Most Ukrainians apart from those in the very east and Crimea speak both languages. Russian will stay as the second language of the Ukraine. 2The languages are very close, with Ukrainian classed as old Russian.

1 There were no minority-related acts by legislation anywhere so the situation is certainly not the same.

2 Indeed they are very close but reversely if I know well, as the slavic nations and theirs language came from the territory of present Russia so the old Russian can not be other than the original Russian. I've got quite close relationships in the Hungarian community in Ukraine and often hear complaining teachers about they have to teach never existed historical events in point of history of Ukraine , even they had to get children in the elementary write about a day of the Ukrainian cave man... :-\ Forgot to mention that Ukrainian ultra-nationalist's best topic is: who had been here first?  :-\  I just want to say it is actually a real threaten in Ukraine. Unfortunately. :(

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And what if Russia is right in this situation? I mean, whether occurred these events if Ukrainian Rada behaved a bit more friendly with foreign language minorities? If kept the law, which guaranteed free language using for all the minorities of Ukraine? Slovakian, Romanian, Hungarian, Russian and so on...

If you think the Russians are right? Then so was the invasion of Hungary and Czechoslovakia in the 1950's / 1960's as the reasons are largely the same? The people want independence from the bullying Russian bear!

The Ukrainian parliament have only repealed a hated law passed by Yanukovych making Russian and Ukrainian both official languages. To do so at this time was a mistake in my view. The Ukrainians who speak Russian will carry on doing so as the majority of them are actually Ukrainian, who speak Russian for historical reasons, where it was the official language of the Soviet Union. This applies across families in different parts of the Ukraine including my extended one. Most Ukrainians apart from those in the very east and Crimea speak both languages. Russian will stay as the second language of the Ukraine. The languages are very close, with Ukrainian classed as old Russian.

There were no minority-related acts by legislation so the situation is certainly not the same.

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And what if Russia is right in this situation? I mean, whether occurred these events if Ukrainian Rada behaved a bit more friendly with foreign language minorities? If kept the law, which guaranteed free language using for all the minorities of Ukraine? Slovakian, Romanian, Hungarian, Russian and so on...

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Hard question Varche as close half of Ukraine's population is Russian even I don't understand how they could be together up to now at all. My guess is Putin's intention to be creating a spare territory as a possible conflict-zone between NATO and Russian federation getting realised in these weeks. Despite the fact of Ukrainians are also slavic people Russia never considered them brothers. Once I have met some Russian speaker Ukrainians and asked about nationality of them : "Ukrainian" answered and added that "it just means people who living on the edge of country" and really: "krainiy"  or "kray" means edge of something. To lose East-Ukraine would be a total K.O. for Ukraine as most of industry, tourism and the best facilities there are. West-Ukraina is much poorer she has no more than agriculture. I think Putin gonna create a referendum where the majority will vote beside the independency as most of them are Russians.

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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: Hi all. A Newbie from Surrey
« on: 05 March 2014, 10:01:53 »
How do Steve, welcome to oof!  :)

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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: Hello to Omegars
« on: 03 March 2014, 15:30:26 »
Hello Hani!  :)

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Newbie Welcome Area / Re: Norway
« on: 03 March 2014, 15:29:40 »
How do Even, welcome to OOF!  :)

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