What I'm getting at is this. You've only yourself to blame for the situation you're currently in. And more importantly, the majority of people in Crimea declare themselves as Russian and do not want to be governed by the new regime, the same way you didn't want to be governed by Yanukovych. It was actually the people of Crimea that asked Russia to step in. Most of them seem pretty happy by the Russian intervention.
Sorry, what? You're blaming the OP/Ukrainian people for this mess? Short of him clashing on a Kiev square, how exactly is he to blame? Have you paid any attention to anything written at all? The buildup to Crimea is about 60 years in the making, ever since Krushchev haphazardly gave it away back in 1954, exacerbated by the dissolution of the USSR, oligarchs (who make up the political elite) squabbling over privatization creating numerous economic woes for its citizenry, several revolutions, rampant nationalist rhetoric not to mention agent provocateurs from Russia, EU and the US all joining in on the fun.
You're as bad as MSNBC, who can't even look up a map of Central and Eastern Europe post 1992.
Yes, yes I mispoke and I take it back and I apologize. When I said they have only themselves to blame I meant the invasion of Crimea being a consequence of the so called "revolution" that was orchestrated by the west. The major factor of the Russian invasion is Ukraine moving towards the EU and undoubtably NATO. If you expect Russians to sit idly by while NATO continues to expand its sphere of influence well, that's why Ukraine is in the situation is today. Like I said in my previous post, more than anyone it's the west who is to blame for what is happening now. They tried to get Ukraine, and they weren't expecting such a harsh consequence.
And that's what the west does, it purses its intrests, regardless of the consequences, creating instability in many regions of the world.