The famous writer Eduard Limonov commented on the introduction in Ukraine of the black list of Russian books, even his work "Kiev kaput". The writer is convinced that the culture in Independence are struggling from impotence.
Limonov told that the book "Kiev kaput" entered his Internet records. "We're talking about the diary I kept in LJ since November 2013, when I started the Maidan. Openly anti-Ukrainian book from their point of view. I already predicted that Ukraine will fall apart in a few countries," explained the writer.
"Of course, it is unpleasant to read, they are protected in this way. They lost Crimea and Donbas, can't do anything. In this powerlessness they battle monuments. Now ban books," said Lemons.
The writer added that these prohibitions introduced by the official Kyiv does not have tremendous value in terms of our time. "In this age of online, you can spit on these prohibitions, to whom it is necessary - it will read" - quoted writer "Russian news service".
As we were informed Days.Ru, Kiev earlier outlined a list of publications "anti" direction prohibited for import on customs area of Ukraine. In the list of 38 books. It featured literary works of Eduard Limonov's "Kiev kaput", Alexander Dugin's "Eurasian Russian revenge" and Sergei Dorenko "Donbass - smokescreen Putin?" and other books.
The new ban also commented on the Russian foreign Ministry. The official representative of the foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova announced that Kiev has compiled a list of books "for publicity" and added a quote from "Woe from wit" classic Alexander Griboyedov - the part with became a catch phrase "Take all the books wouldn't burn".
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