Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby MojaveMike » Sun Jan 02, 2022 6:44 am

Putin following 'coldly-calculated strategy': Hoffman
It's hard to tell if this guy is a clueless idiot or if he's intentionally misrepresenting the facts. First of all, Russia "invaded" Georgia as a result of Georgian aggression against South Ossetia back in 2008. The annexation of Crimea was not the result of any kind of military endeavor, it was the logical outcome of the insurrection in Ukraine and how is it that this guy does not mention that the insurrection in Ukraine was backed by the USA? Russian troops are amassed on the border with Ukraine because otherwise the thugs of western Ukraine will invade eastern Ukraine. Ukraine is split as a direct result of the insurrection which was backed (and most likely instigated) by the USA. Russia is merely dealing with issues that the USA caused! If Russia "invades" Ukraine it will be the result of the western thugs attacking the separatists in the east. Our news media will present this as if Russia instigated the invasion, but it will without any doubt be the western Ukrainians who instigate and without a doubt they will be given the green light by leaders in the USA. There is no other way that events will unfold. Russia is merely ready to respond.
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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby BallaratBob » Sun Jan 16, 2022 8:17 am

Irish MEP slates 'Russophobia' in Euro parliament, calls Navalny racist
You know what they say, What goes around comes around.
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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby recluse » Mon Jan 17, 2022 6:48 pm

Why is US pushing Russian 'false flag' op in Ukraine?
Is this just a stunt to persuade the American people that more money should be sent to Ukraine?
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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby MojaveMike » Wed Jan 19, 2022 7:17 am

Russian policy officer reveals what's at risk for the US
This is worth watching twice, maybe even three times. Our media is encouraging a war which could kill millions. Tucker regarding the morons at MSNBC: "People that stupid should not have TV shows!" I say "Amen" to that!
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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby wildbill » Thu Jan 20, 2022 2:47 pm

Lavrov Replies To Victoria Nuland's 18 Scenarios Against Russia: Ukraine Is Under Full US Control!
The USA played a dirty game when we engineered the coup in Ukraine in 2014 and the USA is playing dirty again in Ukraine and most people haven't a fucking clue!
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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby torn80 » Sat Jan 22, 2022 6:53 am

The obvious question to ask here is Why is Ukraine an issue now and while Obama was president, but not during the time Trump served as president?
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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby cactuspete » Wed Jan 26, 2022 6:54 am

MINSK PROTOCOL - The Minsk Protocol is an agreement which sought to end war in the Donbas region of Ukraine.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minsk_Protocol
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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby pcslim » Wed Jan 26, 2022 7:41 am

Russia: US, Western countries 'pushing Kiev to carry out provocations against Moscow' - Lavrov
This is a manufactured crisis. The USA (namely Biden) needs a distraction and all sorts of false claims are being made in order to make it look like Russia is going to invade Ukraine. The problem is that Biden might get what he wants if he keeps pushing things and that could be much messier than Iraq and it could easily spill into the USA itself. This is a stupid game being played by the Biden administration and after a disastrous first year as president, Biden has set the foundation for a catastrophic second year. Unlike Iraq, Russia could end the lives of every person in both New York and Los Angeles (that's several million people) at the press of a button.
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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby recluse » Fri Jan 28, 2022 6:33 pm

Tucker: This is a slow motion disaster
The news media here in the USA has the American people frantic over a possible invasion of Ukraine by Russia. Meanwhile in Ukraine they don't seem to be all that worried. I'd say that more or less proves that this panic over an imminent invasion is just a distraction to divert the attention of the American people away from our REAL problems!
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Re: Crimea, Ukraine, Russia

Postby mrfish » Sat Jan 29, 2022 6:31 am

Let's face it, Ukraine is better off working with Russia than allowing the USA to come in and turn their country into another Iraq. The involvement of the USA can only lead to death and destruction. The way forward for Ukraine is to make up with Russia and move forward from there.
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