I disagree with ur comments . The problem with ur formulation is ur disallowance of error in human life. Policies designed by honorable people with the best intentions frequently fail.Unintended consequences, we calls it these days. Significant mass killings as a result of policies whose intent was not to kill is not genocide. I dont support the Turk version of events re Armenians ; their insistence that their deeds were a byproduct of other concerns, sways me to refrain from calling it a genocide. The same I'd apply to the Ukie situation. The Ukies wanted independence from Russia. They got it. They r now in the process of developing their national narrative. How to account for the Chielnickis if they have nobody to blame is a major problem for them. Claim of genocide solves their problem .I would not support their claim.
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