Ma-ma-ma.. Maryna!

First Lady Maryna Poroshenko is thick as a brick in Grammar.

Head of the Ukrainian Culture Fund is an ignoramus who can’t even put two words together. If we try to analyze the e-mails sent by Maryna Poroshenko to the supply manager taking care of her and Petro Poroshenko’s mansion we can conclude that she has serious troubles with her memory and her ability to read and write.

PR-managers of Maryna have been creating her image of an ideal Ukrainian woman within 5 years. She comes from a cultured family. Her father was assigned as Deputy Minister of Health of the USSR, she got a degree in medicine (a cardiologist) and a PhD of Candidate of Medical Science. She is also an author of the first thesis released in independent Ukraine. Maryna is also a Council Chairman at the Charity Fund of Petro Poroshenko.

However, there is another story about Maryna Poroshenko.

In 2018 Maryna Poroshenko was assigned as Deputy Chairman of the Ukrainian Culture Fund and the assignment took place ignoring all the procedures for candidate selection. According to the Law of Ukraine ‘On Ukrainian Culture Fund’, the chairman should be an expert in the field of culture, have stainless business reputation and high level of public authority, be fluent in the state language and speak a foreign language that is included to the official languages list of the European Council.

To verify her knowledge in the field of culture Maryna provided a diploma confirming her second education. The diploma was issued by the National Academy for Cultural and Arts Managers (her major was Fine Arts and Crafts).

Her supposed study at that educational establishment was in the period between 2005 and 2007. Maryna studied according to a special program, there were only 4 groupmates in her group and she didn’t even write her thesis. She can’t even remember names of her lecturers and surely none of them remember her except Vasyl Chernets, Rector of the Academy. At the place of her study Maryna Poroshenko was described as a rather aloof person who passed exams as external candidates.

Well, her passing all the exams has always been a mystery because this lady seems to be quite ignorant. It can be concluded based on the correspondence between Maryna Poroshenko and her supply manager Maksym Levitsky. The correspondence was found by me on the ukrainianpapers.com web-page.

In the e-mail dd. October 19, 2011 Maryna Poroshenko typed her instructions to Mr. Levitsky regarding a chair she wanted to replenish her private collection with:

In the e-mail dd. October 19, 2011 Maryna Poroshenko typed her instructions to Mr. Levitsky regarding a chair she wanted to replenish her private collection with

‘Maksym, as to the chairs, order 2 of them, and 1 banquette please (the same that was in the previous e-mail) and if we menedge to buy one ratan banquette, than order a sofa a well. I’ll forward it to you in the next e-mail’. In this letter Maryna Poroshenko made mistakes in two words: ‘manage’ and ‘rattan’. There’s an instant question popping up in my mind ‘could she really work as a doctor at the cardiologic department of October (Central) Clinical Hospital having such ‘wits’?’.

There is another e-mail from her

Maryna Poroshenko gave instructions to Mr. Levitsky in the e-mail as of August 19, 2014: ‘Valera hass to make a sample for a glas shelf for the dressing room No. 109.

Maryna Poroshenko gave instructions to Mr. Levitsky in the e-mail as of August 19, 2014: ‘Valera hass to make a sample for a glas shelf for the dressing room No. 109. As to the second house.. Are the glas shelves for the bathroom at the first flor ready? Are the curtains hunging in the gym? Was the flikering of the light in the chilld’s room fixed? By the way, Maksym, could you read your reports yourself and try to understand from them what is goin on-cite…’

It’s clear that her mistakes in the words ‘has’ and ‘child’s’ were just typing errors. But the words ‘glass’, ‘floor’, ‘flickering’, ‘going on’ and ‘site’ were typed with grammatical mistakes. There are four mistakes in the message consisting of five sentences.

Well, Marina Anatoliivna and Lyudmyla Yanukovych with her ‘injected oranges’ are actually birds of a feather. However, in the time of Lyudmyla Yanukovych, who was a connoisseur of ballet, the situation with the ballet was quite OK…

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Александр Дубинский

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