Sergey Lukyanenko: I will not be able to like frank Nazis, Russophobes and anti-Semites
Famous Russian science-fiction writer Sergey Lukyanenko expressed his opinion about the developments happening in Kiev in his LiveJournal. He responded in such a way to those who were "deeply disappointed" by the fact that the favorite author did not support mass disturbances in the capital of Ukraine.
"What could drive you at the thought that I may support frank Nazis, Russophobes, and anti-Semites, people destroying Russia; because Kiev and all Ukraine is a part of a united Great Russia? The people, who make pogroms, rapists, liars and traitors, people throwing paving stones and Molotov cocktails at the police that are not allowed to beat idiots, people calling on "beat the wives and children of the police", people, who hate Russia and Russians, someone from his/her own deep non Rus, and someone is from even more deep virus," Lukyanenko noted.
The author emphasized that he is not afraid to express his position, and believes that those who organize the mass unrest and their supporters are "not the human beings at all."