It was relatively quiet in my city, although there was fuel and bank panic during those few days when all the blood massacre was going on in Kiev. I had to wait in a line for fuel for quite a long time (just had an empty tank that day). And I happen to be a witness of Lenin monument being pulled down.
Its a great shame that so much people died, but hopefully, their deaths were not useless. What an **** you must be to sh*t in a golden toilet when you're country is in ruins.
Well that golden toilet was probably the only accesoire that proved to be fake (well, it exists, but not in Yanus villas). I always thought to open a thread on the Maidan here, but threads about political stuff never worked that well here
The üphase your country is in now is probably more important and dangerous than the protests before, people here speak of a new cold war regarding Russia's involvement and opinion. Its not over yet.
Really, if anyone like the UN/US was going to get involved in this, it would have happened already before all of those Ukrainian citizens lost their lives. I suspect in Ukraine this will ricochet around for some time, but outside of UA I really doubt there will be any impact at all.
Russia was gathering forces near border and I bet if there would be no pressure coming towards russia from the rest of the world, those troops would be have crossed the border by now. Russia is using every opprotunity that he can to show his military strenght, always has and always will.