You still haven't explained how they aren't Ukrainian.
I said: they - meaning the pro-Russian, void of anything Ukrainian, hierarchs, priests, deacons, other clerics and laity in the so-called "U"OC - aren't Ukrainian. They are often even less Ukrainian than Quisling was Norwegian. He at least did not mind being called Vidkun, a very Norwegian first name. Some faithful in the "U"OC dump their Ukrainian first names and prefer to be called Russian first names (e.g. Alyona instead of Olena, etc.)
So the land of their ancestors in which they are born isn't Ukrainian land, being void of anything Ukrainian.
The land is Ukrainian, but they aren't. Or, if you like, they are "nominally Ukrainian."
One, Met. Filaret has got to go.
That will happen naturally in just a few years. He is already 81, going on 82. So when he reposes, do you think it will be constructive for the UOC-KP to not elect their next Patriarch? Or do you think they should just disband?
Two, the Metropolitinate of Kiev be given full autonomy and self rule. At present, I understand that only the Church of Japan has that in the Patriarchate of Moscow.
Again, within the currently existing "U"OC, a substantial part of hierarchy, clergy and laity will NOT want that to happen. They do not identify with Ukraine. They believe that Moscow is their "spiritual center." They will most actively agitate for NOT giving their jurisdiction autonomy or autocephaly. They think it's an idea that comes from their enemies - Ukrainian nationalists, "Banderites," evil West, Judeo-Masons, etc.
You see, there are two Ukraines, actually... There exist two different worlds within the territory called "Ukraine," two absolutely different civilizations...