„At the helm of freshly-baked, forgive me, independent governments there will appear executives tested and appointed by us. Chaos will generate more chaos. Where this would prove impossible, power will be grabbed by plain old degenerates. Or political prostitutes, dear Vladimir Ilyich. Or simply nothings.“

—  Yuri Andrujovich, livro The Moscoviad, The Moscoviad, На чолі новоспечених, пардон, незалежних урядів виникнуть апробовані нами і нами ж призначені виконавці Хаос породжуватиме хаос. Там, де це неможливо, до влади прийдуть просто виб(…)ки. Або політичні проститутки, Володимире Іллічу. Source: The Moscoviad. Yuri Andrukhovych. Spuyten Duyvil, New York City. ISBN1933132523, p. 176
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На чолі новоспечених, пардон, незалежних урядів виникнуть апробовані нами і нами ж призначені виконавці Хаос породжуватиме хаос. Там, де це неможливо, до влади прийдуть просто виб(…)ки. Або політичні проститутки, Володимире Іллічу.

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