„The army is no longer capable of fulfilling the orders left by our ancestors: it only simulates. It is too squeamish to kill. This is no longer an army – it is a large gathering of pacifists and faggots, who are, in essence, the same.“

—  Yuri Andrujovich, livro The Moscoviad, The Moscoviad, Армія вже не здатна виконувати накази пращурів: вона симулює. Вона бридиться вбивати. Це вже не армія — це велике збіговисько педерастів і пацифістів, що, зрештою, одне й те ж. Source: The Moscoviad. Yuri Andrukhovych. Spuyten Duyvil, New York City. ISBN1933132523, p. 172
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Армія вже не здатна виконувати накази пращурів: вона симулює. Вона бридиться вбивати. Це вже не армія — це велике збіговисько педерастів і пацифістів, що, зрештою, одне й те ж.

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