Yulia Tymoshenko: Endurance and Spirit

As the year 2012 comes close to an end, democratist and former Premier of Ukraine,Yulia Tymoshenko, unjustly in prison to this day, keeps her spirits high by continuing to be the leader of the Ukrainian opposition party, "Fatherland," and trying to save her country from totalitarianism, much like pro-democracy advocates in America, such as the Party of Commons, are doing the same.  As if the 112th Congress thinks we can't read the plain words of the Bill of Rights, they unconstitutionally and brazenly nullified portions of it with the consent of the president, that part of the Constitution that protects our due process rights if charged with a crime.  The same rights that Yulia Tymoshenko in her country was denied, and now with endurance and spirit is trying to overcome the consequences of that injustice.  Happy New Year and success, Yulia!


More posts on Tymoshenko at Titular Commons and Sensibility.

[revised on 12/26/12] 

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