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He or she wouldn't.

A "real Ukrainian" would try to avoid speaking Russian entirely, the language of Ukraine's unrepentant religious, cultural and national oppressors.

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I never knew Church Slavonic was the language of the Polish, Lithuanian and Hungarian people! Hmmm, guess I learn something new every day! smile

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Dear Aleksandr,

You are a man of broad intelligence, culture and conviction, sir.

In you breathes the spirit of Orthodox Russia at its very best and it has been a great honour to be on the same discussion board.

May God and all Saints of Holy Rus' bless you and your family, now and always!

Your servant,

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Originally Posted by Orthodox Catholic
...Ukraine's unrepentant religious, cultural and national oppressors.

I think the primacy of that distinction would be held jointly by the Poles and Austro-Hungarians.

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