Opinion: The Trump delusion has finally started wearing off

Opinion: The Trump delusion has finally started wearing off

By Dan Hannan, Contributor | Washington Examiner | November 14, 2022

Featured image: Former President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk together after voting at a polling station setup in the Morton and Barbara Mandel Recreation Center on November 08 in Palm Beach, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Maybe the system is working after all.

In a democracy, being equivocal about democracy turns out to carry a price. In Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Maryland — all over the country — candidates who went along with the claim that the 2020 election had been stolen were rejected. Voters were prepared to listen to Liz Cheney when she endorsed such Democrats as Elissa Slotkin and Abigail Spanberger.

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If voters don’t police the system, no one else will do it for them. “We have no king; we are our own governors,” said the Texan jurist Hatton Sumners when FDR pushed his powers to the limit. “If We, the People, fail, representative government falls.”

Deep down, I think the public knows it. Even some of those who have been going along with the Big Steal farrago are starting to sense, uneasily, that the institutions of a free republic are easier to tear down than to restore. Whisper it, but America — the frank, bold, optimistic America that the rest of us love — is coming back.

Dan Hannan, a former conservative member of the European Parliament, is a prolific writer and a member of the United Kingdom’s House of Lords.

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The Midterms

The Midterms

By Carly Fiorina | Leadership Matters | LinkedIn Newsletter | November 4, 2022

With the midterm elections approaching, Americans should think less about their “team” and more about the qualities of each candidate – and whether they are worthy of a leadership position. The festering problems we face require problem-solvers everywhere – including in Congress – and people’s problem-solving and leadership abilities are the attributes to consider when voting.

What is the best way to identify a problem-solver in today’s polarized climate? We need to look beyond those who talk the talk to those who walk the walk. Instead of focusing on what politicians say, we should focus on what they do and how they do it.

We should ask:

How have they lived their lives?

How have they chosen to live? Leadership is a practice. It is not something that comes with a title and position. Leadership is a choice that is made over time. When considering candidates, look to those who have made that choice, over and over again, even when the going has gotten tough.

What have they done?

Do they have a track record of results? A candidate must demonstrate that they haven’t just talked a big game but have actually accomplished meaningful goals and solved real problems. Activity is not an accomplishment. Accomplishment in leadership is changing the order of things for the better — not little tactical adjustments but challenges to festering problems presented by the status quo.

Have they stood for principle even when inconvenient?

Simply winning doesn’t mean someone is principled. You know someone has principles when they’re willing to follow those principles even when inconvenient and at a cost to themselves. You know someone has principles when they have rejected what is politically expedient for what is right, when they have had to tell their own supporters that they may disagree, or when they have shown the courage to admit they’re wrong about something.

Have they demonstrated an ability to work well with others?

No leader accomplishes anything worthwhile acting alone. Leaders know that collaboration is vital to problem-solving. Does a candidate pride themselves on “going it alone”? If so, they likely don’t have a record of accomplishment to match their confidence. True leaders lift others up. They don’t spend all their time worrying about themselves.

Have they demonstrated an ability to problem-solve?

Ultimately, leadership is about solving problems. So often we elect people who describe problems, use them as wedges, and fire up their base to win elections. Instead, let’s look to those who understand their role is to solve problems through humble service defined by collaboration, clear-eyed approaches, and hard work.

Issues and platforms matter, of course, and we should vote for those who represent our best vision for the country. However, if we want our representatives to actually make progress on the issues that matter most to us, we also need to assess whether a candidate can truly lead. Otherwise, they are a reliable vote for the party bosses, but that doesn’t make them a problem-solver. As you consider the candidates, ask yourself whether they are worthy of working for you, or if they simply bring more personality, rhetoric, outrage, and insult to the table. Our Constitution makes you, as a citizen, sovereign. Ask yourself whether the candidate is worthy of the Constitution they swear to uphold.

Originally published on LinkedIn by Carly Fiorina.
#leadership #midterms2022 #elections #elections2022

Carly Fiorina is an American businesswoman and politician, known primarily for her tenure as CEO of Hewlett-Packard (HP). As chief executive officer of HP from 1999 to 2005, Fiorina was the first woman to lead a Fortune Top-20 company.

She enjoys inspiring, equipping and connecting individuals and teams to seize opportunities, face challenges, and accelerate impact in their communities through Carly Fiorina Enterprises and the Unlocking Potential Foundation.

UCCA Encourages Increased Voter Participation Among Ukrainian Americans

UCCA Encourages Increased Voter Participation Among Ukrainian Americans

Ukrainian Congress Committee of America | Український Конґресовий Комітет Америки

The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA), the largest representation of Americans of Ukrainian descent, looks to increase voter participation by the Ukrainian American community in this year’s mid-term elections.

Voter turnout during midterm elections is historically low – in 2014’s midterm election, voter turnout was the lowest since World War II. After consecutive years of increased Congressional funding for aid to Ukraine, many House and Senate chairmanships are due to change in 2023 following Congressional retirements and a change of Congressional districts following the 2020 census. Only by maximizing the Ukrainian-American presence at the polls will incoming Representatives understand the importance of continued aid to Ukraine.

UCCA President Andriy Futey stated,

“We strongly encourage our Ukrainian American community to exercise their right to vote and make their voice heard. Do not sit back and watch from the sidelines. Make your voice heard by making sure you and your fellow supporters of Ukraine are registered to vote and make use of this right in November.”

UCCA members and all supporters of Ukraine who are eligible to vote are encouraged to visit www.vote.org to find out more about Where, When and How to vote in this year’s elections.



Visit an advocacy page of the Ukrainian National Information Service (UNIS), UCCA’s Washington, D.C.-based bureau, to learn more: https://ucca.org/unis/

Signup for UCCA updates by email and see past emails on-line: https://ucca.org/email-updates/

Archive of UCCA’s Humanitarian Aid Reports: https://ucca.org/aidreports/

Information for displaced Ukrainians in the United States: https://ucca.org/welcome/

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American states are now Petri dishes of polarisation

American states are now Petri dishes of polarisation

The Economist | Sep 1, 2022

Two states, two very different states of mind. On August 25th California banned the sale of petrol-powered cars from 2035, a move that will reshape the car industry, reduce carbon emissions and strain the state’s electricity grid. On the same day in Texas a “trigger” law banned abortion from the moment of conception, without exceptions for rape or incest. Those who perform abortions face up to 99 years in prison. Continue reading →

Institute for the Study of War

Institute for the Study of War


The Institute for the Study of War advances an informed understanding of military affairs through reliable research, trusted analysis, and innovative education. We are committed to improving the nation’s ability to execute military operations and respond to emerging threats in order to achieve U.S. strategic objectives. ISW is a non-partisan, non-profit, public policy research organization.

Project: Critical Threats

Project: Critical Threats

Critical Threats | May 2, 2022

Critical Threats’ objective is to inform and educate policymakers, the intelligence and military communities, and all interested citizens who need to understand the nuance and scale of threats to America’s security.

The resource offers an in-depth analysis of Russian Offensive Campaign.

2022 White House correspondents’ dinner

2022 White House correspondents’ dinner

Washington Post | YouTube | April 30, 2022

President Biden on April 30 gave a heartfelt speech at the 2022 White House correspondents’ dinner. President’s jokes were pretty funny.

Then, Trevor Noah’s fabulous closing remarks explaining how remarkable it is to live in a country with free speech such that he can stand next to the President of the United States and make fun of him without the fear of consequences.

What The World Needs Now … Is Love

🌍 ❤️ 🌎 ❤️ 🌏

What the world needs now is love, sweet love
It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of
What the world needs now is love, sweet love
No not just for some, but for everyone

Lord, we don’t need another mountain
There are mountains and hillsides enough to climb
There are oceans and rivers enough to cross
Enough to last ’til the end of time

What the world needs now is love, sweet love
It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of
What the world needs now is love, sweet love
No, not just for some, but for everyone

Lord, we don’t need another meadow
There are cornfields and wheatfields enough to grow
There are sunbeams and moonbeams enough to shine
Oh listen, Lord, if you want to know

What the world needs now is love, sweet love
It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of
What the world needs now is love, sweet love
No, not just for some, oh, but just for every, every, everyone

This charity single has been sung by Broadway for Orlando, an all-star group of artists from the theatre and pop world: Sara Bareilles, Idina Menzel, Audra McDonald, Gloria Estefan, Carole King, Sarah Jessica Parker, and many more.

The single was created to honor the victims of the Orlando shooting massacre at the Pulse Nightclub [of June 12, 2016].

#StopTheWar in Ukraine

War, … What is it good for? — Absolutely nothing.

War, huh, yeah
What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing, uhh
War, huh, yeah
What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing
Say it again, y’all
War, huh (good God)
What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing, listen to me, oh

War, I despise
‘Cause it means destruction of innocent lives
War means tears to thousands of mother’s eyes
When their sons go off to fight
And lose their lives

I said, war, huh (good God, y’all)
What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing, just say it again
War (whoa), huh (oh Lord)
What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing, listen to me

It ain’t nothing but a heart-breaker
(War) Friend only to The Undertaker
Oh, war it’s an enemy to all mankind
The thought of war blows my mind
War has caused unrest
Within the younger generation
Induction then destruction
Who wants to die? Oh

War, huh (good God y’all)
What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing
Say it, say it, say it
War (uh-huh), huh (yeah, huh)
What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing, listen to me

It ain’t nothing but a heart-breaker
(War) It’s got one friend that’s The Undertaker
Oh, war, has shattered many a young man’s dreams
Made him disabled, bitter and mean
Life is much too short and precious
To spend fighting wars each day
War can’t give life
It can only take it away, oh

War, huh (good God y’all)
What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing, say it again

War (whoa), huh (oh Lord)
What is it good for?
Absolutely nothing, listen to me

It ain’t nothing but a heart breaker
(War) Friend only to The Undertaker, woo
Peace, love and understanding, tell me
Is there no place for them today?
They say we must fight to keep our freedom
But Lord knows there’s got to be a better way, oh

War, huh (God y’all)
What is it good for? You tell me (nothing)
Say it, say it, say it, say it

War (good God), huh (now, huh)
What is it good for?
Stand up and shout it (nothing)

Живі у нашій пам’яті – віртуальний український некрополь у Польщі

Живі у нашій пам’яті – віртуальний український некрополь у Польщі

До друку підготував Стефан Лашин | slaszyn@aol.com | (516) 582-0258

Українське історичне товариство у Польщі здійснює проєкт «Живі у нашій пам’яті – віртуальний український некрополь у Польщі». В цей спосіб хочемо віддати честь і шану тисячам українців, які працювали на благо своєї нації. Могили тих дочок і синів українського народу часто призабуті, поруйновані, залишині без опіки заросли кущами і травою. Тільки невелика частина з них упорядкована і описана. Тому ми, як спадкоємці праці тих славних осіб, маємо обов’язок вшанувати їх та місця їх вічного спочинку. Continue reading “Живі у нашій пам’яті – віртуальний український некрополь у Польщі”

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Annual Commemoration of the Holodomor Ukrainian Famine – November 27th, 2021

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral NYC

Each year, UCCA solemnly commemorates the Holodomor Genocide of 1932-1933 – one of the darkest pages of our people’s history. Marking the solemn anniversary of the Holodomor remains an essential component to educating our youth and raising awareness of Stalin’s Famine-Genocide of Ukrainians.

On Saturday, November 27, 2021, the Ukrainian American community commemorated the 88th anniversary of Ukraine’s Holodomor Famine-Genocide of 1932–1933 with a solemn requiem service in New York City, with the participation of the Most Reverend Metropolitan-Archbishop Borys Gudziak of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia, their Eminences, Metropolitan Anthony and Archbishop Daniel of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA, the Most Reverend Bishop Paul Chomnycky of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Stamford, H.E. Amb. Oksana Markarova, Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States, H.E. Amb. Sergiy Kyslytysa, Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations, and Oleksiy Holubov, Consul General of Ukraine in New York.

The Ukrainian Chorus “Dumka,” under the direction of maestro Vasyl Hrechynsky, provided the sung responses during the traditional Ukrainian Memorial Service – the Panakhyda – as well as the entrance hymn at the start of the commemoration, during which a Ukrainian American Veteran (UAV) Color Guard processed through the nave, led by New Jersey State Commander Michael Hrycak, along with fellow flagbearers Andrew Hadzewycz and Nicholas Skirka, respectively.

UCCA Marks the 80th Anniversary of the Massacres at Babyn Yar

UCCA Marks the 80th Anniversary of the Massacres at Babyn Yar

Український Конґресовий Комітет Америки | Ukrainian Congress Committee of America


The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA), the representative organization of the nearly two million Americans of Ukrainian descent, recalls with deep sorrow one of the darkest chapters in the history of genocide – the Massacres at Babyn Yar. At the end of a September 80 years ago, during the Nazi occupation of Kyiv, the gruesome slaughter of tens of thousands of innocent men, women and children began at Babyn Yar (which means “old women’s ravine” in Ukrainian). Although this was but one site among many of the Shoah that terrorized all Europe’s Jews, it is a site of particular tragedy for Ukraine.

Within a 36-hour period, more than 30,000 Jews were forced from their homes in Kyiv, brought to the Babyn Yar ravine, and mercilessly massacred by Hitler’s henchmen as part of their Final Solution to rid Europe of the Jewish people. Following this first mass execution, a restricted zone around the Babyn Yar ravine was sealed off with barbed wire. The killings, however, did not end. Over the next several years, the mass grave swelled with tens of thousands of other victims.

During the final years of World War II, and until the German retreat from Kyiv, Babyn Yar became a veritable killing field, where an estimated 170,000 victims – among them Jews, Ukrainians, Poles, Roma, political opponents, clergy, UPA members and Soviet prisoners of war – were ruthlessly murdered.

As the German armies began their retreat from Soviet Ukraine, the Nazis attempted to conceal the evidence of the slaughter. This was further followed by decades of Soviet propaganda that hid the truth about the atrocities committed at the ravine. For years following this tragedy, the Soviet Union barely acknowledged the massacre at Babyn Yar. Not until Ukraine renewed its independence in 1991, were the few survivors of those first days at Babyn Yar, along with the international Jewish and Ukrainian communities, allowed to openly mourn the innocent victims of Babyn Yar.

During a weeklong commemoration in 1991, a newly independent Ukraine officially recognized this painful page in its history, ending a 50-year long Soviet silence about the mass killings, and beginning a new and positive chapter in Ukrainian-Jewish relations.

UCCA strongly condemns the heinous crimes of genocide committed 80 years ago at Babyn Yar, as well as the inhumane atrocities of the Holocaust that resulted in the deaths of millions of innocent victims. We mourn the loss of the tens of thousands of Jews, Ukrainians and others senselessly murdered at Babyn Yar, and will continue to honor the memory of the victims, to return to them the dignity taken away by Hitler’s criminal orders, and to pray for the repose of their eternal souls.

May the tragedy at Babyn Yar, a dark page in history shared by both the Jewish and Ukrainian people, continue to be taught to the following generations, so that the memory of these terrible events can never be extinguished. May it also remind us of the need to show honor and dignity to our fellow man, regardless of our differences, or perhaps, because of them, as we are all unique and valuable members of the human race.

Never Forget! Вічная пам’ять!

Russian Aggression against Ukraine | Російська агресія проти України

Russian Aggression against Ukraine | Російська агресія проти України

Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the U.N. | Постійне представництво України при ООН

Since 20 February 2014 Ukraine has been facing Russian military aggression. As a result of Russia’s hostile actions parts of the sovereign territory of Ukraine (the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, certain territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions) (about 44 000 square km or 7% of the territory of Ukraine) are under temporary foreign occupation in violation of the United Nations Charter.

Russian aggression against Ukraine has left over 14 000 people killed and over 30 000 injured. This number also includes 298 passengers on board of MH17 flight, killed as a result of terrorist attack on 17 July 2014, when the Malaysian Airlines plane was shot down from BUK missile system that had been transferred to the occupied territory of Donbas from the Russian Federation.

More than 1.43 million residents of Crimea and Donbas are now internally displaced persons after being forced to leave their homes.

Resorting to military aggression against Ukraine, Russia has violated fundamental norms and principles of international law, as well as the UN Charter and Helsinki Final Act (1975). It has also violated a number of bilateral and multilateral agreements, including the Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances related to the Ukraine’s accession to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (1994); Agreement on Friendship, Cooperation and Partnership between Ukraine and the Russian Federation (1997); Agreement between Ukraine and the Russian Federation on the Ukrainian-Russian state border (2003) and many others. Russian temporary occupation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, as well as certain territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions fall squarely under the definition of aggression according to paras а), b), c), d), e) and g) Art.3 of the Annex to UN General Assembly Resolution “Definition of Aggression” (3314 (XXIX)).

З 20 лютого 2014 року Україна протидіє російській військовій агресії. У результаті ворожих дій Росії частина суверенної території України (Автономна Республіка Крим та м. Севастополь, окремі території Донецької та Луганської областей) (близько 44 000 квадратних км або 7% території України) перебуває під тимчасовою іноземною окупацією у порушення Статуту ООН.

Російська агресія проти України призвела до загибелі понад 13 000 людей та понад 30 000 поранених. Ця кількість також включає 298 пасажирів рейсу MH17, загиблих в результаті теракту 17 липня 2014 року, коли літак Малайзійських авіаліній був збитий з ракетної системи БУК, перекинутої на окуповану територію Донбасу з РФ.

Понад 1,43 мільйона мешканців Криму та Донбасу є внутрішньо переміщеними особами після того, як їх змусили залишити свої домівки.

Розпочавши військову агресію проти України, Росія порушила основоположні норми та принципи міжнародного права, а також Статут ООН, Гельсінський заключний акт (1975 р.). Росія також порушила низку двосторонніх та багатосторонніх угод, включаючи Будапештський меморандум про гарантії безпеки у зв’язку з приєднанням України до Договору про нерозповсюдження ядерної зброї (1994 р.); Договір про дружбу, співробітництво і партнерство між Україною і РФ (1997 р.); Договір між Україною і РФ про українсько-російський державний кордон (2003 р.) та багато інших. Російська окупація Автономної Республіки Крим та м. Севастополь, а також окремих районів Донецької та Луганської областей прямо підпадають під визначення агресії згідно з пунктами а), b), c), d), e) та g) Статті 3 Додатку до Резолюції ГА ООН “Визначення агресії” (3314 (XXIX)).

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Independent 30: a project dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Independence of Ukraine

Ukrainian Institute

Independence of Ukraine will be represented by the stories of famous Ukrainians in the project ‘UKRAINE 30 Stories of independence’.

💛 30 years of reestablishment of independence of Ukraine

💬 30 stories of Ukrainians about the recent history of the country

🏆 30 objects that have become symbols of change

Get to know the stories of scientists and cultural figures, businessmen and public activists, journalists and athletes, military and medical professionals from different parts of Ukraine and the world
💻👉 independent30.ui.org.ua

🎭 Share your own story about Independence of Ukraine with the Instagram mask by the Ukrainian Institute and FFFACE.ME: www.instagram.com (open this link on a mobile device to see the effect)

Partners: MFA of Ukraine, Port.agency, CFC Big Ideas

Celebrating 30 Years of Ukrainian Independence

Celebrating 30 Years of Ukrainian Independence

Ukraine’s 30th Anniversary of Renewed Independence

On August 24th, Ukrainians around the world will joyously mark the historic 30th anniversary of Ukraine’s renewed Independence, celebrating the moment when Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada (parliament) overwhelmingly approved the Act of Declaration of Independence. The restoration of Ukraine’s Independence was a goal many could only dream of, but this momentous step, taken in 1991, proclaimed an end to centuries of Soviet and Russian bondage and resolutely allowed Ukraine to take its first pivotal move towards establishing a whole, free and democratic state.

Over these past 30 years of renewed Independence, Ukrainians have achieved unbelievable successes – a political and cultural revival – from the establishment of a vibrant civil society and a strategic partnership with the United States to deepening their ties with Euro-Atlantic structures. Unfortunately, along with these many successes came many sacrifices. Today Ukraine must continue to fight to safeguard its long-fought independence. Let us honor the brave men and women who continue to stand on the frontlines of democracy defending not only Ukraine’s sovereignty, but that of all of Europe.

The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA), the largest representative organization of Americans of Ukrainian descent, joins Ukrainians around the world in celebrating this historic 30th Anniversary of renewed Independence. UCCA sends its warmest greetings and prays that the good Lord safeguards the Ukrainian people and grants them the strength the secure their sovereignty, the fortitude to restore their territorial integrity, and the wisdom to continue on their democratic, Euro-Atlantic path.

Live Long and Prosper!
Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the Heroes!

30-та Річниця Відновлення Незалежности України

24-го серпня українці по всьому світу радісно відзначатимуть історичну, 30-ту річницю відновлення Незалежности України — відзначаючи момент, коли Верховна Рада України переважною більшістю схвалила Акт Проголошення Незалежності. Відновлення Незалежності України було ціллю, про яку багато хто міг лише мріяти, але цей знаменний крок, зроблений у 1991 році, проголосив кінець століть радянського та російського рабства і рішуче дозволив Україні зробити свій перший ключевий крок до створення цілої, вільної та демократичної держави.

За ці останні 30 років Відновленої Незалежности українці досягли неймовірних успіхів – політичного та культурного відродження – від встановлення яскравого громадянського суспільства та стратегічного партнерства зі Сполученими Штатами Америки до поглиблення їхніх зв’язків з Евро-Атлантичними структурами. На жаль, разом з цими багатьма успіхами прийшло багато жертв. Сьогодні Україна змушена продовжувати боротися за збереження своєї незалежності. Вшануймо відважних мужчин і жінок, які продовжують стояти на передовій демократії, захищаючи не лише суверенітет України, а й усю Европу.

Сьогодні Український Конґресовий Комітет Америки (УККА), найбільша представницька організація американців українського походження, єднається з українцями всього світу у святкуванні цієї історичної 30-ої річниці Відновлення Незалежности. УККА надсилає свої найтепліші вітання і просить Господа, щоб Він захистив і надав силу українському народові для забезпечення свого суверенітету, стійкість для відновлення своєї територіяльної цілісності і мудрість продовжувати свій демократичний, Евро-Атлантичний шлях.

На многії і благії літа!
Слава Україні! Героям слава!

GoCamp’s Open Call for Volunteers

GoCamp’s Open Call for Volunteers

GoCamp | GoGlobal | NGO Global Office

This summer Ukraine invites volunteers for the largest educational programme in Eastern Europe. Join it and teach Ukrainian kids English and French at school camps all over the country! Options available for volunteers:

  • French program, where students will be encouraged to learn more about French culture and conduct changes in their communities.
  • Arts & Creativity program, where students will be encouraged to express themselves and the places they live in different art forms.

Both programs will take place online, from June 28 – July 9, 2021. Don’t miss the chance to help Ukrainian children, who might have never been to other countries or have never interacted with foreigners, get an amazing possibility to become real team players, critical thinkers and tolerant people who are ready to work in a multicultural environment.

Apply now at gocamps.com.ua/apply-as-a-volunteer/

We are grateful for your consideration of joining the GoCamp project and your help spreading the information about this initiative for more people to see our open call and join us to educate a new young generation of active and conscious citizens of Ukraine!

Thank you for being part of the GoGlobal story!

The GoCamp project is organized within the GoGlobal initiative aimed at promoting language learning and volunteer movement in Ukraine, fostering intercultural dialogue and public diplomacy. GoGlobal is working on ensuring that Ukrainians speak foreign languages, and thus have a chance to be heard all around the world. The GoGlobal initiative is powered by Global Office NGO from Ukraine.

Шевченківський Концерт

22 травня 2021 р. українці Польщі вшановували пам’ять Kобзаря. Вступне слово зробив пан Степан Мігус, редактор і голова ольшинського відділу Обєднання Українців у Польщі.

Пісні Війни: Концерт Патріотичної Пісні

Lviv Music Room | DROZDOV

00:07​ Остап Дроздов – От як розказати
05:38​ Назар Савко – Не руш сльозу
11:36​ Назар Савко – Лента за лентою
17:17​ Олександр Шевченко – Солдат
21:24​ Олександр Шевченко – Аеропорт
29:04​ Богдан Ковальчин – Сепаратюга
38:57​ Ігор Шолтис – Шульц
45:47​ Ігор Шолтис – Мій дім
50:24​ вірш Дивися, я не плачу
52:28​ Петро Радейко – Мамо, не плач
56:29​ Петро Радейко, Лєна Корнєєва – Ми живем
01:01:09​ Лєна Корнєєва – Кленова балада
01:05:42​ Лєна Корнєєва – Два кольори
01:12:24​ Остап Дроздов – Українці мої
01:16:58​ Софія Федина – 17-й рік
01:22:39​ Софія Федина – З нами Бог
01:29:58​ Олександр Рожко – Байдужість
01:33:30​ Олександр Рожко – Не сумуй
01:39:44​ вірш Бабуся плаче
01:41:13​ Ірина Доля – Іванку
01:47:50​ Ірина Доля – Щастя
01:52:14​ Кулі – Дівчина з Майдану
01:56:50​ Кулі – Ми йдемо із Карпатського краю
02:02:22​ Остап Дроздов – Не шкодую
02:07:56​ Павло Табаков – Небесна Сотня
02:13:14​ Павло Табаков і воїни – Дорога на Схід
02:19:07​ Павло Табаков – Україно моя