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Posted in: Ukraine: A ceasefire without peace See in context

That's result of Putin's anger and fear to lose its former colony - Ukraine. Ukraine's been declaring its wish to join EU since 1990-ies and Russia attacked Ukraine to prevent further movement towards the West.

Russia will never take Ukraine back, on the contrary, with every shot from Kremlin supported separatists side in the east of Ukraine, the nation makes a step away from Russia and Russian - patriarchal, corrupted - way of life.

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Posted in: Putin's domestic strategy: Counting the trees, missing the forest See in context

I like such articles. They show, 1) the Russia image from abroad, 2) how many Kremlin's agents work in the comments to keep the image of Russia high. ;)

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Posted in: The real reason Tsipras wants a referendum on debt deal See in context

Ukraine will soon be begging Putin to welcome them back now that the US has changed their tune.

By this desperate act, Greece gives UE chance to develop a procedure for any country-member to leave the Union. Though this won't make Greeks wealthy. (As for Ukraine/Putin issue, everybody in Ukraine, even small kids, know that "Putin - xyilo! (c) ;) )

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Posted in: Russia building nuclear reactors - and influence - around the globe See in context

Burning Bush, are you a Rosatom employee? ;) Your knowledge of the matter is so deep.

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Posted in: Prosecutor for Crimea becomes a hit online in Japan See in context

Crimea after Moscow incorporated the

She was appointed BEFORE Moscow annexed the Crimea.

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Posted in: Pro-Russian forces storm Ukrainian base in Crimea See in context

Cannot imagine Jews marching in Munich, for example, in 1930-ies chanting "Russia! Russia!". Though some of those people sympathized Russia and escaped from nazi Germany to Russia but died in Siberia soon as "German spies". It is a pity but Russia is still xenophobic and antisemitic country.

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Posted in: Pro-Russian forces storm Ukrainian base in Crimea See in context

So the Russian population want to run away from this " democracy"

That's OK, 3 thousand marched today in Odesa chanting "Russia! Russia!". 3 thousand of 1 mil city!.. It's only for them to choose whether they live in new Ukraine or leave for Russia.

Again, it's not a problem, there is no need to run, they can easily buy a train/air ticket to their beloved Russia.

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Posted in: Pro-Russian forces storm Ukrainian base in Crimea See in context

Those who are interested in the Russians in Ukraine can easily read this Wiki page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukrainian Census(2001)

As for the "crowds of people screaming " Russia Russia !!"" - Ukraine is a democratic country and people can go in the streets free. That's not a problem now, there are some pro-russian people in any big country.

Relax! ;)

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Posted in: Japan to unveil Y100 bil in aid to Ukraine at G7 summit See in context

I always learnt that Neo-Nazis and fascists were bad. It was them we saw demonstrating on the Maidan

The money donated by Japan should have gone to the people in temporary housing in Fukushima and never to Ukraine.

Come on, you are now retelling the Kremlin TV mantras about Ukraine and since Kremlin TV is not popular In Japan this means you have nothing to do with this country. ;) You are neither a Ukrainian nor a Japanese. Why are you so excited about Japanese money then?

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Posted in: Japan to unveil Y100 bil in aid to Ukraine at G7 summit See in context

Support a fascist government that is racist, that seized power in an illegal coup. That used snipers who shot unarmed police and protesters. Good move.

You are talking about illegal Crimean government, aren't you? I agree!

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Posted in: Ukraine: Don't repeat past mistakes See in context

One. It is "Ukraine". There is no *THE Ukraine."

Two. May 25 - the date of general presidential election (Ukrainians are not Putin's marionettes in Crimea who organized illegal separatist referendium in two weeks term.)

Three. This is what they are doing now in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Four. There are no Nazi collaborators in Ukraine.

Fiive. Ukraine is a unified country and Crimea is still a part of Ukraine.

Dear Kabukilover, to be rich is not enough in this world. Have a good day! ;)

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Posted in: Kerry to visit Kiev as Russian forces control Crimea See in context

Kabukilover

Sergei: You want the Russians troops out of Crimea and ...

...and denonsation of the agreement allowing Russian Navy presence in Crimea.

But I'm not "Sergei", I'm "Serhiy" ;)

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Posted in: Kerry to visit Kiev as Russian forces control Crimea See in context

I am hoping that the March 30 referendum will dispel the hysteria that this Russian occupation has aroused and prompt Russia's military removal from Crimea. If Crimea votes for independence or union with Russia, so be it. The world will have to accept it.

The so-called March 30 referendum was declared after the Russian invasion by a rpo-Russian official appointed after the Russian invasion (by the Russians?). Do you still have any doubts about the results? ;) Besides, you know those Stalin's words that "it is not so important how people vote - who counts the votes is important." ;) With Russian troops in the streets do anybody still have any doubts about the results?

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Posted in: Kerry to visit Kiev as Russian forces control Crimea See in context

Czar Boris the Terrible

LOL. Who is this?

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Posted in: Kerry to visit Kiev as Russian forces control Crimea See in context

Ukraine was forced to give away its world's third largest nuclear weapons stockpile in 1994 and this year Russia has again violated its security assurances to Ukraine. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budapest_Memorandum_on_Security_Assurances

Therefore now USA - to its credit - is keeping its word.

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Posted in: EU hits Ukraine with sanctions, threatens more over bloodshed See in context

2 Olegek, technosphere

1 lostrune Ukraine should just split into West Ukraine and East Ukrain

( it was not my Idea)

Why are repeating this idea living so far from Ukraine, the country you know so badly? Do you like it (the idea)? By why?

I've seen EuroMaidan with my own eyes.

You still have two of them ? Lucky guy

I do. I am.

I've seen EuroMaidan with my own eyes.

Oh! Really ? I cannot believe ! You are quickly becoming a semi-God in my humble eyes!

Relax, I am a real person, nothing divine. :) I was lucky to visit Kyiv just between shootings, the time Berkut was more or less eager to talk. I would attach some pictures, but it is not possible here. You are right, a lot of things have happened in Ukranian cities and towns, but they are not so scary as they show them on (Kremlin) TV. You know, TV-people like to make dramatic picture :) Though it is REVOLUTION.

BTW, you can watch EuroMaidan 24 hours a day here: http://www.radiosvoboda.org - ukrstream.tv or espresso.tv

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Posted in: EU hits Ukraine with sanctions, threatens more over bloodshed See in context

I would kindly recommend you to split your own country. ;)

I guess, his country is stable and calm.

technosphere, do you really know the country Olegek is from? ;)

Are you really so naive ?! Those, who attacked and killed members of Berkut Riot Police

I've spent a week in Kyiv walking around and talking both to protesters and Berkut riot police. I've seen EuroMaidan with my own eyes.

PS. Never thought there so many Russians here on this forum :)

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Posted in: EU hits Ukraine with sanctions, threatens more over bloodshed See in context

Insurgency from western Ukraine lead precisely to this: State collapse and disintegration of the country At the moment Ukraniane state - paralized and at the brink of bankrupcy

Looks like you like the idea, but I have to dissapoint you ;) - The Parliament passed a Law yesterday to stop the shooting and there is no civil war in Ukraine. It is civil protest against (legal) President who (illegally) usurped the power.

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Posted in: EU hits Ukraine with sanctions, threatens more over bloodshed See in context

Ukraine should just split into West Ukraine and East Ukraine, and let the other do what they want.

I would kindly recommend you to split your own country. ;)

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Posted in: EU hits Ukraine with sanctions, threatens more over bloodshed See in context

Nov. 30, 2013 night - about 300 of protesters were severely beaten by the riot police at Independence Square in Kyiv, Ukraine widely known as EuroMaidan now. (Nobody still understand why? They were ready to go home in the morning themselves.) Dec. 1, 2013 - hundreds of thousands came to EuroMaidan demanding one thing - resignation and punishment of those who were guilty of the beating. That was the beginning. Nobody has been punished but the protesters. About 100 peaceful protesters were shot to death by the government snipers on Feb 19, 2014 instead... About 10 policemen died as well. Yes, they used "gasoline bombs" or Molotov cocktail but not to attack the police but to protect EuroMaidan from being dispersed by the police. The problem now is that the protesters don't believe neither parliamentary opposition leaders nor the government. For those who are interested in this story, you are welcome: https://www.facebook.com/euromaidanpr

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