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Volodymyr Zelenskyy learning Ukrainian language

 
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Volodymyr Zelenskyy learning Ukrainian language
Zelensky's mother tongue is Russian. In all of his TV shows he always speaks Russian.

He could not even speak Ukrainian for most of his life, and only started learning it few months before becoming the president, as he was required by law.

He even made a video about him learning Ukrainian and posted it on Youtube:





Zelensky is clearly a method actor, but what kind of country is Ukraine when the citizens prefer to not even learn her language and would rather speak Russian they all claim to hate so much.


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Re: Volodymyr Zelenskyy learning Ukrainian language
Z is a bigger fraud than Obama was.
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Re: Volodymyr Zelenskyy learning Ukrainian language
WORST CUNT GRIFTUH SINCE CLEOPATRA.
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Re: Volodymyr Zelenskyy learning Ukrainian language
His father worked for the Russians his whole life. More than likely, he is too.


As to what kind of country Ukraine is, it is Little Russia: [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Little Russia (also known in English as Malorussia, Little Rus'), is a geographical and historical term used to describe the modern-day territories of Ukraine. The first use of such names has been attributed to Yuri II Boleslav, the ruler of the Ruthenian Kingdom of Galicia–Volhynia. In 1335, he signed his decrees Dux totius Russiæ minoris. The distinction between "Great" and "Little" Rus' probably originated among Byzantine, Greek-speaking, clerics who wanted to separate the two Ruthenian ecclesiastical metropolises of Halych and Moscow.

The specific meaning of the adjectives "Great" and "Little" in this context is unclear. It is possible that terms such as "Little" and "Lesser" at the time simply meant geographically smaller and/or less populous, or having fewer eparchies. Another possibility is that it denoted a relationship similar to that between a homeland and a colony (just as "Magna Graecia" denoted a Greek colony).





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