I lived in Kiev, the city of Bulgakov, Sikorsky, Malevich, Amosov, Vertinski and other great men for my first 7 years, later moved to Germany, then moved to Canada and became a Canadian citizen. In all those years I've also traveled through almost all of Europe and many places outside of it, met people of all kinds of nationalities and races.
My father was the head engineer of the tail of Antonov's last planes (Mriya, Ruslan).
The last time I have been to Ukraine was in 2014, I am sure you are happy I don't live in your country and that's fine, I'm much happier to live in this country with my family and provide our services here rather then whatever became of Ukraine. Technically early on I was raised as a "korenoy kievlyanin", this can be attributed to my mannerisms, kievskij dialect of Russian as well as Ukrainian language and early love of philosophy/art/politics etc.
I know full well what 'ruskij mir' means, like I said I speak fluent Russian and I know Russian/Ukrainian history well, I have a famous journalist friend back in Kiev who speaks to Poroshenko and co., I never said esport is beyond politics. Nothing is beyond politics. Everything you say has an influence, albeit a tiny one for powerless people, everything is being used by everyone, it doesn't mean the intentions where so, even if you do nothing it will be taken as a political statement by someone.
You may despise me for some reason but I don't despise you, despising is for uncultured people, I think you have the right to exist and promote your own Ukrainian culture in Ukraine just like anyone, and I think you have potential to do good things for people just like anyone. If you are morally unjust life will find a way to teach you. And if you are a criminal then you belong to jail, or a correctional facility. It is as simple as that.