Where does the “Stockholm syndrome” come from in the part of the Rusyns of Transcarpathia? Olena Rusin.

Where does the “Stockholm Syndrome” come from among the Rusyns of Transcarpathia – the sympathy for the state anti-Rusyn legal nihilism and information terrorism in Ukraine?
Since the well-known case in Stockholm, psychologists have used the term “Stockholm syndrome”, which refers to the mysterious and not fully understood state of the psyche of hos-tages in the hands of terrorists. They revealed an inexplicable mutual or one-sided sympathy that arises between the victim and the aggressor in the process of capture, kidnapping, or the use of threat or violence by terrorists over captured hostages. When, under the influence of a strong ex-perience, beating, threat of death and fear, hostages spend fear and threat, and with their defen-sive reaction they begin to sympathize with their terrorist captors, beginning to justify their ac-tions, their goals and methods of terrorism. They imperceptibly begin to identify themselves with the terrorists as one team, blindly and madly adopting their false goals and ideas.
In a fit of a mysterious mental state, called “Stockholm syndrome” by psychologists, hos-tages begin to consider or even recognize their actions and even their lives as their sacrifice, nec-essary to achieve a goal that is now “common with terrorists.” It is impossible to get out of this state immediately and easily.
The danger is that terrorists and criminals know about this syndrome, and, showing ex-treme cruelty towards hostages, create in them a state where the hostages themselves go to ex-treme measures in common impulse with the terrorists.

Ukrainian communists spread rot on the Rusyn people of Transcarpathia for 45 years in Soviet Ukraine and many acquired their Ukrainian “Stockholm syndrome”.
For 30 years now, the Rusyns of Transcarpathia have been suffering oppression, non-recognition of rights and freedoms from the new Ukrainian authorities, from the faithful grand-children of the party. Many Rusyns in Transcarpathia protest, enduring non-recognition of their nationality, legal persecution and wild censure in the media, and among some Rusyns the “Stockholm Syndrome” has formed. That part of the Rusyns today is already on the side of Ukrainian legal nihilism, or lack of rights in general, and the acceptance of informational anti-Russian terrorism, having become accustomed to this state.
Like the Rusyns, in 30 years they decided to ban the Orthodox Church (UOC). But at first they used believers before the elections, when almost all candidates for people’s deputies went to the polls with bishop’s blessings and without any promises or obligations to the Church. They handed out envelopes and… began to constantly commit outrages, finally descending today to the point that they passed a law banning the UOC, their mother Church in which they and their children were baptized.
At first, they cunningly began to ignore, disrespect, publicly criticize, ridicule the interests of the Church, and then spread rot, terrorize and try to get rid of it in every possible way, even to the point of banning it by legislative means.
Threats, trials, searches of churches and monasteries, beatings of people under churches, lack of legal protection, inactivity of the police and prosecutor’s office, subordination of the judge to them – all this broke some of the believers and clergy when they began to agree with the destructive plans of the people’s deputies, in for the sake of their plans, but for the sake of the problem.
Will the Rusyns of Transcarpathia be able to overcome the Stockholm syndrome acquired over 30 years in Ukraine?


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