Russians will never go against Ukrainians since two most successful leaders of USSR who kept USSR together were Ukrainian origin
Posted on March 8th, 2014

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Only few people knew that both  Nikita Sergeyevich  Khrushchev and Leonid Ilyich  Breshnev, the most successful leaders of USSR  who  kept USSR together were Ukrainian origin. They were ruling USSR from 1958 to 1964 and from 1964 to 1982  and were born in Ukraine or of Ukrainian origin. Brezhnev was born in Kamenskoe into a Russian worker’s family in ukraine. After graduating from the Dniprodzerzhynsk ( in Ukraine) Metallurgical Technicum, he became a metallurgical engineer in the iron and steel industry, in Ukraine. He joined Komsomol in 1923, and in 1929 became an active member of the Communist Party. He was drafted into immediate military service during World War II and left the army in 1946 with the rank of Major General. In 1952 Brezhnev became a member of the Central Committee, and in 1964, Brezhnev succeeded Nikita Khrushchev as First Secretary.

Khrushchev was born in the Russian village of Kalinovka in 1894, close to the present-day border between Russia and Ukraine into a Ukrainian family. He was employed as a metalworker in his youth, and during the Russian Civil War was a political commissar. With the help of Lazar Kaganovich, he worked his way up the Soviet hierarchy. He supported Joseph Stalin‘s purges, and approved thousands of arrests. In 1939, Stalin sent him to govern Ukraine, and he continued the purges there.

What Moscow regards as an illegal, neo-nazi infiltrated government in Kiev, led by Prime Minister Arseniy “Yats” Yatsenyuk ” an Ukrainian Jewish banker playing the role of Western puppet. it’s not only Moscow; half of Ukraine itself does not recognize the Yats gang as a legitimate government, now boasting a number of oligarchs imposed as provincial governors.

6 Responses to “Russians will never go against Ukrainians since two most successful leaders of USSR who kept USSR together were Ukrainian origin”

  1. Mr. Bernard Wijeyasingha Says:

    President Obama has threatened Russia that the US will invite the Ukraine to become a member state of NATO. This will never happen because Putin will never let it happen and a good section of the people of Ukraine are Russian speakers. In addition the Ukraine shares a border Belarus which is one of the CSTO member nations. It would be an abomination for Russia to share a common border with a NATO member. Russia would annex the Ukraine if President Obama pushes this issue.

    At 233 thousand square miles the Ukraine is the largest European nation. When it was part of the Soviet Union, the Soviet Empire had direct access to the Black sea and the sea of Azov. The Ukraine gave the Soviet Empire direct access into Europe. When she lost the Ukraine her only access to Europe was through a Syrian port. That is the main reason why Moscow continues to support the Assad Regime who has been a strong alley to Russia. A new government in Syria could end Russia’s presence in that port which would mean there is a strong probability that Russia now will seek to annex the Ukraine to gain a permanent access into the Mediterranean sea. If that takes place the tension between NATO and Russia including the CSTO over Syria may ease.

  2. Lorenzo Says:

    Lets NOT go down this path.

    Endians might say Tamil racist MGR was born in SL and therefore an Endian invasion to “protect Tamilians” in SL is good.

    Don’t forget the DESTROYER of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev was also Ukrainian!!!

    Khrushchev born into a Ukrainian family GAVE AWAY Crimea which was a part of Russia until then to UKRAINE!! His Ukrainian origin at work against Russia!!

    I support ALL Russian action for geopolitical reasons but the principle is WRONG. Crimea is legally part of Ukraine today. A referendum should NOT transfer it to Russia just because the majority in that PROVINCE are Russia speaking. That sets a VERY BAD trend.

  3. Lorenzo Says:


    IF Ukraine wishes to join NATO there is nothing Russia can do to stop it. That is their choice. A bad one but that is their choice.

    Russia should form a wide defence group with Syria, Iran, Cuba, etc. included. Cuba will particularly hurt USA. Tit for tat.

  4. Sooriarachi Says:

    Nikita Krushchev’s Ukrainian ethnic back ground may have been the reason why the Crimean republic was annexed into Ukraine in the 1950s, much against the protests of the Crimean people.
    Also, with the central role Ukranian leaders played in the formation of the Soviet Union, it seems today Russia cannot allow the NATO to take over Ukraine into their fold, as that would surely reduce Russia to the state of another helpless nation against the might of NATO.
    The latest revelation that the elements within the interim regime in Ukraine had precipitated the crisis to oust the elected Ukranian leader , by engaging snipers to kill their own opposition demonstrators as well as police officers, which will be a strong and compelling reason for Russia not only promote Crimea to split away, but Ukraine itself to reinstate the elected leader now in exile.

  5. Sooriarachi Says:

    Lorenzo, you might be incorrect in your assertion that Tamils in Sri Lanka are in a similar situation to Crimeans and Ukranians.
    The Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia etc disintegrated, as they were unions between previously independent nations. Today Crimea and Scotland too could revert to their original independent status, through a referendum. This does not mean every ethnic group living in Unitary states like Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Fiji, Thailand, Germany, France, Spain etc have a right to separation on the basis of ethnicity or caste or creed. All depends on the background to the case. However, you are right if you say illegal separations could be engineered by powerful states, but that would not allow peaceful coexistence amongst such artificial separations, as we see in Northern Ireland and Southern Sudan.

  6. Lorenzo Says:


    Look from the point of the INVADER.

    Ukraine does not buy separatist logic and we don’t buy it either.

    BUT the separatists and their powerful allies think differently. That is what matters eventually. When we say cup is half full they say no, it is half empty. And act on it.

    Crimea is another South Sudan, East Timor, Kosovo. Only thing the players have swapped their positions.

    We have to think like the criminal and BLOCK all avenues he MAY have.

    e.g. We think (correctly) a window is for breeze, viewing, etc. but the thief thinks (wrongly) it is an ENTRY point. When ROBBERY time comes that is what matters most, NOT what we think of it.

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