MacDonald: it is not clear how Britain with her IRA can help Kiev
It is doubtful whether Britain can significantly help in the battle of Kiev with the self-proclaimed republics, because 30 years ago was defeated in the battle with the Irish, says Irish Journalist Brian McDonald.
"To ask the UK on the Board and help in the battle with the "separatists" the same thing as to Ask the Marlboro cowboy to tell you how to prevent cancer. It is Not only useless, but forcing Kiev and London look stupid, " writes MacDonald in his article in the publication. According to him, Ukraine asks Britain to help in the battle with DND and LNR, and tomorrow will go for investment advice to the great schemers Bernie Madoff.
It is not clear, he writes, how Britain can help Ukraine in this issue. Britain 30 years struggled with Northern Ireland and the Irish Republican army, which the British government recognized terrorist organization. More than 1,000 British government soldiers and nearly 2,000 civilians were killed before the London finally ordered his troops back to the mainland. Not to mention the fact that Britain has lost billions of pounds and moral authority.
After decades of reluctance to dialogue with the "terrorists," according to the publication, Britain was forced to retreat and Not only to go to the dialogues, but also to recognize the legitimate leaders of the IRA. They are now part of the government in Ulster.
focusing on the fact that Kiev appealed to London for help in his battle with the self-proclaimed DND and LNR, he's Not very well aware of the history with the IRA, says McDonald.
The journalist writes that for 12 months After the suicide of the Maidan, the Ukrainian government, shedding the blood of its Inhabitants, lost forever in the hearts and minds of the greater part of its inhabitants.
"The UK took 30 years to realize that its policy in Ulster will Not bring success. For this reason, the best that 75 British military advisors, who will come to Ukraine, have the opportunity to do the same thing to explain to Kiev. Would have saved thousands of lives, " said MacDonald.