My Cozen is Rushin'
So, Ukraine, it's a place, it's far from where I live, except, the news, you surely need that, the news it shows Ukraine on the network communications channels, that's where I remember seeing it. You can agree thus far.
So, Ukraine, it was protesting in the streets, its people fighting to not be starving and on their knees, sick of living like subjectees. The gov't of UKR had been overcome by commie radicals, unless there are any other kind, not so kindly, and the people in suffering protested, and eventually there was a new order, a new alliance and understanding, another phase of the human development, where humans could develop condition and condition-developers would learn what it was like to be human. With this much hereby you understand.
Then Crimea wanted to go, to leave the place called confusion and rejoin the nation of Russia. Crimea, once hazed by wars of dominion because of its strategic coastal island stature, then and now retained statehood, while being part of UKR after the eastern inevitable collapse of socialist-controlled (and poisoned) USSR now RUS. It reserved the right to leave, much like Texas, but with fewer guns because Europeans like to disarm victims and ban free speech and other childish tyrannical absurdities. Inasmuch common knowledge, this much you know.
As UKR began to rebuild, soon autonomous Crimea stepped again into the embrace of Russia, there are many speakers of its current language, and to achieve a wholeness, not by solidarity, but of survival, Crimea rejoined the big bear, Russia. Ukraine, having protested to get gas and commodities by means of open barter, free market, from all places of the world, not just Russia, is fledgling and struggling, and the people still have, whether you like it or not, whether you hypocritically have the very word democracy in your country's name and don't allow it, or not, ...still have the right to choose where they shop, where they work, where they sleep. More over, this is well known by those willing to observe our world.
Besides, of all things, those events, if Russia continues to force UKR to soviet quarry, that would be disconcerting, unwarranted by the already protesting and protested citizens, and a real beta-move, as some say. Nonetheless, now have come the many to revolt against the existent stagnation being given further regression and disaster, local vying for feudal power, the result ever left in the ashes of every commie wake. The Russian-speaking community has heard and seen the news, as we have seen UKR in turmoil, they understand the Russian newscasts, they know the soviets have taken their inevitable fall. I believe that they (Russian speaking people) feel, as if, Russia will not force trade-route treatises on an aligned/annexed UKR, and that there will be a large Russian eagle wing coveting them and protecting UKR, in the face of perpetual socialist failure, offering a Russian province protection, unlike the former empire that had robbed and starved them, in the face of it happening again.
To this I feel the American president does not know, and many do not know. In fact quite the opposition, that the socialist American leader outright rejects federalism should it reject socialist fiefdom. He, my president, vocally objects to Russian assistance to UKR, which I find outright ironic and disparaging. Methinks, that P. Obama feels the need to be "hawkish" after years of sending the military to protect Afghan corruption and making cattle confiscations on USA public lands, his 'trigger finger' is itchy, and by that I mean his childlike ego. Since he is the president that supports the dictatorship in Venezuela, I would have bet that he'd endorse rejoining RUS, and since he doesn't, I trust Russia more than ever.