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  Grin
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13:28 23.02.2019
Redhead (Expat),

Evgenia won Cup of Russia, now she has good chances to make it to the worlds!

I want to introduce you another Eteri student — Maya Khromykh


She is 12 now, next year she will be allowed to take part in international competitions for juniors. Many fans think she is another star in the making
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  Oleksa Єromіn
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13:39 23.02.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Thanks. She also said that Suprun's medical reform is «п***ц, летящий на крыльях ночи». Do you agree or Suprun reforms aren't that bad?
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I cannot agree or disagree. I haven't visited hospital since the last summer.
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  Grin
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13:44 23.02.2019
Oleksa Єromіn (WILDTRACER) wrote in reply to post:
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> Thanks. She also said that Suprun's medical reform is «п***ц, летящий на крыльях ночи». Do you agree or Suprun reforms aren't that bad?
quoted2
>I cannot agree or disagree. I haven't visited hospital since the last summer.
quoted1
But may be you heard of her reforms? I know there was attempt to remove Suprun from the office not long ago. Do you think she should stay or should she go?
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  Redhead
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15:22 23.02.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> I also think that if you allow that people to enter your country you should have some kind of de radicalisation program. We have smth like that in Russia but I'm not sure it works.
quoted1

Yeah, you know — even the Telegraph readers wrote letters saying that «Begum is the UK's problem». She was radicalised here. All this is a product of Blairites in power, they flooded the country with Muslims, some of them were Islamic hate preachers and the authorities were scared to do anything about it, cause of «racism». The rapes in Rotherham of the underaged girls went on for 12 years undetected by the police cause the Police were afraid to interfere for fear of being accused of racism. I don't know if you heard of that or not. But at that time- all this multiculturalism was allowed to go a bit too far.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotherham_child_se...
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  Grin
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16:08 23.02.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> I don't know if you heard of that or not
quoted1
I heard police in Europe tries to hide that enormous amount of crimes are commited by muslim refugees. Probably, I heard about rapes in Rotherham too.

Btw, have you heard about Varvara Karaulova? She tried to flee to ISIS, but she was caught and put to jail for collaborating with ISIS.
https://www.1tv.ru/news/2017-10-29/335332-podlin...
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  Grin
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16:11 23.02.2019
Redhead (Expat),
What do you think about this performance?

Some fans from Asia think that this guy is better than Yagudin or Plushenko.
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  Oleksa Єromіn
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16:46 23.02.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> But may be you heard of her reforms? I know there was attempt to remove Suprun from the office not long ago. Do you think she should stay or should she go?
>
quoted1
People I am acquainted with and who had read her law for medicine and studied her actions (? деятельность) are supporting her and tell me that she is only one who tries to change that awful system we have.

I have read one article in 'Tyzhden' about the reform of medical institutes and I reckon that she is going in right direction. Ministry is about to rise teaching standards, check the teachers knowledge and publish yearly the rating of the institutes which students achieved the best marks during the new European standard exams, so the worst will have to close or to change. That is how I understood it.
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  Grin
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17:03 23.02.2019
Oleksa Єromіn (WILDTRACER) wrote in reply to post:
> Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
>> But may be you heard of her reforms? I know there was attempt to remove Suprun from the office not long ago. Do you think she should stay or should she go?
>>
quoted2
>People I am acquainted with and who had read her law for medicine and studied her actions (? деятельность) are supporting her and tell me that she is only one who tries to change that awful system we have.
>
> I have read one article in 'Tyzhden' about the reform of medical institutes and I reckon that she is going in right direction. Ministry is about to rise teaching standards, check the teachers knowledge and publish yearly the rating of the institutes which students achieved the best marks during the new European standard exams, so the worst will have to close or to change. That is how I understood it.
quoted1
Ok, thanks for the info. Here in Russia she is portrayed like a freak (mushroom drones) or like Klichko (if you know what I mean )


I also heard that according to her reforms only popular clinics will get fundings. That could mean that small clinics in distant villages or small towns won't survive.
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  Oleksa Єromіn
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17:49 23.02.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Here in Russia she is portrayed
quoted1
In Russia every Ukrainian politician, even some from so called 'opposition', is demonised or drawn as a freak.
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> I also heard that according to her reforms only popular clinics will get fundings. That could mean that small clinics in distant villages or small towns won't survive.
quoted1
I don't think that it is true. Though it needs just a simple investigation
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  Grin
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18:29 23.02.2019
Oleksa Єromіn (WILDTRACER) wrote in reply to post:
> I don't think that it is true. Though it needs just a simple investigation
quoted1
I didn't study it in details, but I remember that one of her key ideas was «patients bring money to the doctor», that means if you have a lot of patients, you'll get proper fundings, but if you are a doctor in a small village, you won't get it, because there aren't so many people around.
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  Redhead
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19:05 23.02.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Some fans from Asia think that this guy is better than Yagudin or Plushenko.
quoted1

I don't know — it didn't touch me personally that much. I don't think he is better than Yagudin or Pluschenko.
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  Redhead
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19:07 23.02.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> I heard police in Europe tries to hide that enormous amount of crimes are commited by muslim refugees. Probably, I heard about rapes in Rotherham too. Btw, have you heard about Varvara Karaulova? She tried to flee to ISIS, but she was caught and put to jail for collaborating with ISIS.
quoted1

Here these were not refugees, just Muslims — some were born here. This went on between 1999 and 2010/2011 — these were the times when the political correctness went a bit mad. The times are changing now.
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  Redhead
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19:18 23.02.2019
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> I didn't study it in details, but I remember that one of her key ideas was «patients bring money to the doctor», that means if you have a lot of patients, you'll get proper fundings, but if you are a doctor in a small village, you won't get it, because there aren't so many people around.
quoted1

Here in the UK — the NHS is free, but the way it is run is the more patients any GP (General Practitioner) has, the more money a GP Surgery is allocated. GP is the first point of call for any patient here, it is normally a family doctor. GPs earn a lot of money here - some earn up to £250/£300 K a year.
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  Grin
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19:47 23.02.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> I don't know — it didn't touch me personally that much. I don't think he is better than Yagudin or Pluschenko.
quoted1
I like him (Yuzuru), but thanks to some crazy Asian figure skating fans I had to ban and add to filters everything related to him, becase 9/10 messages in my twitter were abut Yuzuru. Now after I filtered him it's like 3/10 about politics, 6/10 about figure skating, 1/10 is about Yuzuru despite all filters (sometimes his fans post his pic with some stupid signs on it).








Unfortunately these posts can't be filtered (

P.S. If you know how to filter pictures, pls tell me )
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  Grin
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19:54 23.02.2019
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> Here in the UK — the NHS is free, but the way it is run is the more patients any GP (General Practitioner) has, the more money a GP Surgery is allocated. GP is the first point of call for any patient here, it is normally a family doctor. GPs earn a lot of money here — some earn up to £250/£300 K a year.
quoted1
Someitmes you can take someones good idea and implement it in the most stupid and bizzare way.

As an example
https://www.gazeta.ru/lifestyle/style/2019/02/a_...

Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> This went on between 1999 and 2010/2011 — these were the times when the political correctness went a bit mad. The times are changing now.
quoted1
Glad to hear it
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