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Ukrainian genocide - section

What is that? (Neutrality zero, no references, fictional all the way....) --Belea2008 13:39, 21 September 2008 (BST)

I put the neutrality template on it. I also have issues with a nation that is not sovereign adding a constitution on the wiki, especially when the first line of the constitution reads "1. The official name of the State is Ukraine. Ukraine is a sovereign, independent, unitary and indivisible National State. " which is not true. --QJ Lincoln 16:49, 21 September 2008 (BST)

I removed until I improve it:
Citizens of the world began to notice the fact that Ukraine was depopulated to such an extent that the region now has a population of zero and no industries. This amounted to eGenocide. Ukrainian expatriots who survived the deluge have begun a campaign of bringing world attention to the criminal behaviour that resulted in this first genocidal criminal act.
Ukrainian disapora activists are seeking action from world courts to make sure that similar eGenocidal acts are not purpetrated and the criminals are punished and retribution is paid.
--Geo "Talk Pages" Belea 10:36, 1 February 2009 (PST)

Apparently somebody took notice, because somebody wrote it. I'd keep it up with a neutrality sticker --Emerick 07:28, 3 February 2009 (PST)

Total Rework

With the help of some Ukrainian friends, I would like to undertake a total rework of this page to reflect the following:
1) Ukraine's current status as a former, not current, nation
2) Expanding histories of the First and Second Ukrainian Republics
3) Correcting city-name spelling to reflect proper Ukrainian (not Russian, Romanian, or Hungarian) transliteration

Would anyone like to help with this project? Does anyone object or have concerns? Please let me know. --Irov 16:21, 2 May 2009 (UTC)

Reworking the page is fine. However, the city names are the Anglicized names given in the game, when there were cities in Beta, so they should stay. If you want to put the Ukrainian names next to them, like is done on the France page, it is fine. Also, you never have to ask permission to update a page here! --QJ Lincoln Talk To Me 18:43, 3 May 2009 (UTC)