Natalia Kryuchkova. The Ukrainian authorities take anger for the lost Crimea, banning books And smashing monuments, said Fins news writer Eduard Limonov, whose works were included in the list of books prohibited for import to Ukraine.
before the State Committee for television And radio broadcasting of Ukraine has asked the fiscal service of the country to include in the list of items that are prohibited from entry into Ukraine, publications like the anti-Ukrainian contents. Fiscal service published a list of 38 books, which are forbidden to import from Russia. In it, among other entered the book Limonov " Kiev kaput ".
"The Kyiv authorities are in a state of collective psychopathy. This mental epidemic. Since they had awakened national consciousness, national revolution they have like would have happened. And they have failed everywhere they have lost Crimea, they've lost Donbas after the fact. Needless to say, they vent their anger on monuments, on the books. Everything is so insignificant, it's such a stupid tyranny, " said Lemons.
He has noticed that considers it possible that someday Ukraine may ban And Pushkin - " it'll be a laugh ". In this case for the banning of his book the writer is indifferent: "whatever I wished with a high bell tower that is called ".
Lemons said that already was in the "black list" of Ukraine, where he was deported in the mid-1990s, " list ", according to his statement, was cancelled in 2007." I went to a birthday mother's. Over the next year she died. Then again I became persona non grata, " explained the writer.
Ukrainian authorities have accused the Russian Federation of interfering in Ukraine's internal Affairs. Russia denies it And calls such accusations are unacceptable. Moscow has repeatedly stated that it is not privy to the events in the South-East, is not a party to the conflict And is interested in Ukraine overcame political And economic crisis.