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Putin calls for compromise in Ukraine

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I do not believe anything what Putin says. Be aware.

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I do not believe anything what Putin says.

Because you are American. It is normal. Slavic people also do not believe anything what Obama or Kerry says. You reap what you sow.

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SidekickJun. 23, 2014 - 06:58PM JST

I do not believe anything what Putin says.

Because you are American. It is normal. Slavic people also do not believe anything what Obama or Kerry says. You reap what you sow.

I just love the way you have responded here. Isn't it vey an irrational response?

Why? What? How come? From Americans.

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My ex-wife was born and raised in the Soviet Union. (The former city of Kalinin, now Tver) She emigrated to the U.S. in 2004 and became a U.S. citizen five years ago. She ALSO does not believe anything Putin says. What say you NOW, Sidekick? Perhaps you don't know the "Slavic people" as well as you thought?

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Wasn't it not long ago that Putin said there's no Russians troops in Crimea knowing that he lied straight-faced while even locals admitted otherwise.

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Putin has no political interest in Ukraine. Russian people are pressuring him to act on the descent violence towards russians in Ukraine. Putin has refused this as it would be playing into the hands of the hypocritical US government. Only the pipeline which runs through ukraine worries Putin. Russia will remain top gas supplier to europe. Even if it means watching Russian people die at the hands of the US/fascists. He is playing chess and he will win. Sorry America...its time for you to fade away.

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Isn't it vey an irrational response?

Whatever. Your initial statement wasn't rational too. I am just stating facts, whether you like it or not. The US leadership lost all credibility in eyes of Slavic people of Russia and certain countries of Eastern Europe. Your leadership may warn "to send 7th Fleet to sea coast of Belorussia"(a wonderful statement of Psaki), impose "sanctions to Russia" (meaning a whole country) etc. Nobody takes you seriously anymoe.

My ex-wife was born and rised in the Soviet Union.(The former city of Kalinin, now Tver). She emigrated to the U.S. in 2004 and became a U.S. citizen five years ago.She ALSO does not believe anything Putin says. What say you NOW, Sidekick?

LOL. She is an Anerican citizen now, watching news on TV where Fox News depict Putin as some sort of carnivorous hellish demon reincarnated to real life. This is the only sourse of "information" for her. So, I ain't surprised she doesn't believe Putin. Perhaps, she believes in Extra-Terrestrials instead...

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