What would Bandera do? Destruction of the remnants of the Soviet health care system
What would Bandera do? Destruction of the remnants of the Soviet health care system

And about. From the stage of the Banderstat festival in Lutsk, Volyn, the Minister of Health of Ukraine, US citizen Ulyana Suprun called on the Ukrainians to treat medicine and the country as a whole the way Stepan Bandera would have treated it if he had been the Minister of Health.

The official, walking on the stage in a T-shirt with the acronym WWBD (What would Bandera do? - What would Bandera do?), Began to assure that her subordinates, before making an important decision, ask themselves the question: “What would Bandera have done in my place? ?"

Apparently, after such a conversation with the dead, it is easier for the ministry to deal with the remnants of the Soviet health care system. Suprun herself said that these remnants must be fought as fundamentally as the OUN-UPA fought in the 1930s-1940s, simultaneously asking herself: “Would Bandera compromise? Would you give up?"

To Soviet medicine, Ukraine owes the appearance of a network of sanitary and epidemiological stations, pharmacies, paramedics centers, and polyclinics that covers the entire republic. In the 1970s, the rate of one doctor and three mid-level medical workers per 300 residents of the republic was reached, and medicine itself was free. Suprun's ministry is successfully fighting this.

The results of such a struggle are evident. Earlier, the well-known Ukrainian pediatrician and TV presenter Yevgeny Komarovsky called the Ukrainian health care system a violence against human dignity and hell, where there is a lack of anti-diphtheria and anti-butulin serum.

Yesterday Ukrainian media reported that Valery Kharchishin, the lead singer of the famous Druha Rika music group, was bitten by a dog. In the trauma center, the musician was told that there was no rabies serum, and he was advised to watch the dog: "If the dog does not die during this time, then you … will not die of rabies."

With medicine a la Suprun, citizens of Ukraine still have to ask themselves the question: "What would Bandera do if he was bitten by a dog?"

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