Bushisms are unconventional words, phrases, pronunciations, malapropisms, and semantic or linguistic errors in the public speaking of former President of the United States George W. Bush. The term has become part of popular folklore and is the basis of a number of websites and published books. It is often used to caricature the former president. Common characteristics include malapropisms, the creation of neologisms, spoonerisms, stunt words and grammatically incorrect subject-verb agreement.
Via Red Pill Times:
Yatsisms are unconventional words, phrases, pronunciations, malapropisms, historical reference errors, and general stupidity when speaking in public of putsch Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatseniuk. It is often used to caricature the man called Yats. Common characteristics include an obsession with Vladimir Putin, fantasy Russian troop spottings, blaming everyone around him for Ukraine’s failures, and making historically absurd TV statements.
We never thought we would find a world leader as ridiculous as George W. Bush…until Victoria Nuland picked her guy Yats to be Prime Minister of Ukraine.
If he wasn’t a such a dangerous sock puppet, Yatseniuk would actually be an entertaining guy.
In an exclusive interview with FT, ahead of the Eastern Partnership summit in Latvia, Ukraine’s Prime Minister, Arseniy Yatseniuk unloaded a bunch of classic #Yatsisms that will surely make us all laugh in disgust and bewilderment, as to how such tool was chosen to head up, and effectively destroy Ukraine in record time.
The FT article is a true gem, that gives readers an inside look into the mind of a scared, stupid, and ignorant man. It’s a gift, full of stuff only Yatseniuk could come up with. Bushisms, eat your heart out!
#Yatsism number 1…EU leaders, don’t be scared:
“Act boldly and wisely. Don’t be scared of Russia. It is for Russia to be scared of you, of all of us.”
#Yatsism number 2…Yats loves big things:
“Don’t be scared of the word enlargement. The larger we are, the stronger we are, the more successful we are, and the more opportunities we get, all our nations.”
#Yatsism number 3…A democratically elected government is a dictatorship regime:
“They offered to Yanukovich’s regime $40bn. They were well aware that this is a very risky affair. They actually sponsored a pro-Russian dictatorship regime, which wasn’t based on free-market European rules and standards.”
#Yatsism number 4…Creditors have a moral duty to give money to Ukraine:
“Private [creditors] have to realise that they are responsible, too. And, look, they can sell it to the world, saying, ‘We do understand what happened in this country, we want to support these people’.”
The best for last!
#Yatsism number 5…To EU leaders…forget EU member Greece’s debt crisis, and hand over all your cash to non-EU member, bankrupt, neo-nazi Ukraine.
“There is one country with a population four times less than Ukraine, which has collected $300bn, and never passed these kinds of tough reforms that Ukraine already passed, and never had war with Russia, thank God. And Ukraine, with what one might say are almost insurmountable problems, was promised $25bn. That’s the comparison.”
Share some of your favorite #Yatsisms…fill in the blankchat below:
The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of The Duran.