Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada (Parliament) is notorious for brawls. The country used to be part of Soviet Union and as such was under the rule of communism for a few decades and as we’ve seen in videos from Russia and other former communist countries, people from these parts of the world tend to resort to violence in response to just about every day to day situation.
On March 19, 2013, Verkhovna Rada was scheduled to debate the date of a mayoral election in Kiev. But because Olexander Yefremov of the leading party spoke to the MPs in Russian instead of Ukrainian, he got booed by far-right wingers to which he responded in a very Zio way – by calling them “fascists”. This lead to a brawl which involved punches throwing, hair pulling, pencil throwing and headlocks.
A WBC heavyweight boxing champion and member of Ukrainian Parliament Vitaly Klitschko was reportedly in attendance, but did not get involved in the scuffle.
I have to give to Ukrainian far righters for having the balls to put on a fight when it’s warranted. If their language is Ukrainian, then members of the parliament should speak Ukrainian and not a foreign language. It’s as if Canadian leaders spoke Hebrew at Parliamentary meetings – which is where their real allegiances lie. I doubt Canada’s far right would man up to punch the prime minister in the face for being the traitor of the nation.