Question about decomunization. In my understanding, decommunization is the rejection of the entire communist legacy. And I don’t understand why decommunization in Ukraine is somehow selective.mmmPI wrote: ↑Fri May 13, 2022 7:09 amRussian empire colonized Crimea after they stole it from the Tatars that were allied to the Turks, i am not aware of the communist giving it back to them when the russian empire was overthrown by the bolsheviks. Do you think they should have gotten rid of it at the time ?Djmixxx wrote: ↑Fri May 13, 2022 4:04 amAnd there is one more thing that I don't understand.
Ukraine began decommunization. Well it happens.
But Ukraine got the Crimea from the communists. And the east too.
Is it not logical that during decommunization it is necessary to get rid of everything reminiscent of communism.
Why that sudden switch topic ? are you afraid that Ukrainian army pushes the russian army out of Crimea ?
This is not a topic change, this is a topic question.