by Ruslan Ganushchak
The view from Marinsky Park.
While most national flags represent lofty concepts like fraternity, courage, patriotism, etc, Ukraine’s blue over yellow flag, perhaps reflective of our demeanor, is simply the sky over fields of wheat.
So we need something more serious when the shit hits the fan.
The red and black flag is an old Kozak flag representing blood on the earth. It was also used by Ukrainian partisans during WWII who fought both the Nazi and Soviet Armies, and resisted the Soviets into the mid 1950s.
Post-Soviet mentality. This satire may be very revealing to western observers. It shows the paranoia that the Soviet regime sowed, as is characteristic of tyrannies.