I have arrived to Donetsk on July 9, 2014 – after Strelkov already surrendered Slavyansk. I barely saw Kurginyan (the leader of “Essence of Time” movement – Editor) in Donetsk. I arrived because I saw for sure that Bandera Nazis won in Ukraine and sooner or later I will be forced to jump around shouting “Glory to the heroes” (Ukrainian Nazi heroes, ideologists of the genocide of Russians, such as Bandera, Shukhevich and others – Editor) like they do. I could leave to the village to live with my relatives, but I felt ashamed to hide from the war when I thought about my comrades, more so, because in the social networks I urged the people to resist. I considered the option of underground activism to be an attempt to calm down my own conscience. I had doubts that I will be fit for military service due to my physical health, which is why I decided to go to Donetsk in my own car, to have an option to serve as a driver.