The Future of the Ukraine Barbershop and the Policing Model
The interior ministry of ukraine is the center of the trouble. In a report to the attorney general, it wrote that there is”suspicion that a large number of workers employed by the Ministry of Internal Affairs were involved in organized crime”. The internal affairs officer claims that over a million are suspected of such activity, and,”A few of them have been arrested.” Things don’t look good for the Interior Ministry. I doubt if the image of the ministry was in any way tarnished they would want to jeopardize a vote for re-election. And I am not sure this will help either. It may go the way of the other recent failures. I am pretty sure that those two things wouldn’t work.
Is it possible to bring back the Ukraine barbershop’s assistance? How hard can it be to restore a vital service to Ukraine’s people? If nothing else, it is going to choose the nation and the government’s mood to get back on track.
Be certain you know how things work in the Ukranian barbering business, if you’re considering a barbershop. A few years ago, before there was corruption, many barbers worked out of the region, drawing on their services from the barbershops, frequently down the street, and working with the population. That was before the introduction of the Russian invasion.
If you’ve read the book”Restless” by Christopher Caldwell, you may know about different barbers who would come into the area, looking for different jobs. That is part of what attracted these barbers into the area – when they worked there they could get better deals, and better service. Currently there are too many to do that.
Not long ago, local people reported that several of the new bars had put up signs that said”Russian barbers”, because they wanted to catch the attention of the natives, and keep them coming back for more. This has upset the locals, who consider it a little unpatriotic.
Ukrainians are looking to learn about barbers. They should be careful not to begin seeing the barbershop as a symbol of eastern European culture, because that’s not the case. Because that does not serve anyone, but there is no use in attempting to turn the clock back.
Be certain you make time to check out the barbershop. One of the first things that you will notice is that the difference in the air. You will probably see the difference in the appearance of the barbers. There is going to be an air of change, and the barbershop will be there to welcome it.
There’ll be less conflict over who is cutting hair and the other way around. There’ll be rudeness, too
. It is better for the people of Ukraine that things go back to normal.
I must confess that I did not like the idea of visiting a Ukrainian barbershop myself. My very best friend and I traveled to a place and we were both pleased. I can’t say I am the exact same way. I will admit that I would like to go to Ukraine one day and meet with a few of the guys who used to cut my hair.
Please consider all of this. Please consider dreams and all of the hopes that the Ukraine barbershop will be back on course.