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Posted in: U.S. urges Israel to reverse Palestinian land-grab plan See in context

Where are the sanctions? Oh well, never mind ..

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Posted in: Putin seeks 'statehood' talks on east Ukraine See in context

@lostrune2

Let Dagestan and Chechnya and North Syria have their own states too.

The article is about Ukraine but I agree 100% with what you said, and also add to the list the Palestinians who just have been robbed many acres of land in the West Bank with no call for sanctions like when Crimea joined Russia or "was annexed" depending on which side you are.

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Posted in: Putin seeks 'statehood' talks on east Ukraine See in context

@Thunderbird2

This all started because Ukraine wanted closer ties to the EU, nothing to do with America, FizzBit, nothing to do with NATO.

Then they should have waited for the next elections. I doubt the people in Maidan represented the whole Ukrainian people.

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Posted in: Putin seeks 'statehood' talks on east Ukraine See in context

@mcLien

Russia is far closer ethnically, historically, linguistically, any-cally you want than US/NATO so yes Russia has business there. I don't remember seeing Russians lawmakers taking part in demonstration in Ukraine or in Ferguson for example so you better say Nulan and the other US lawmakers, Merkel , etc. have no business in Ukraine.

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Posted in: Putin seeks 'statehood' talks on east Ukraine See in context

Thunderbird2

First Crimea, now he wants an autonomous state in what's left of Ukraine

Have you ever considered that maybe that's what the people living there wanted?

You are really naiive if you think that he's going to stop there.

I worry more about the US spreading its tentacles all around the planet and giving its opinion on all countries business without asked, and bombing countries into "democracy".

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Posted in: Putin seeks 'statehood' talks on east Ukraine See in context

At this point we might want to consider Putin's mental state.

Yes maybe his case is not as desperate as for the psychotic warmongers in Washington.

Putin won't rest until he has recreated the Soviet Union. The Baltic countries had better watch their backs... and Poland.

You actually believe this? I'm asking seriously, not being sarcastic at all.

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Posted in: Ukraine accuses Russia of sending in tanks, armor See in context

Putin said there are no Russian troops there but he never said there are no Russian citizens there. Many Russians and not only Russians many Europeans (Spanish, French , other Slavic nations) have volunteers there. And so far it's easy to accuse without proofs. You guys call Putin a liar, well where are your proofs?

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Posted in: Japan fans curse 2 nightmarish minutes and Drogba See in context

@Dutchduck

there is a civil war in Cote D'Ivoire now?Educate yourself please while we celebrate. :D

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Posted in: Japan fans curse 2 nightmarish minutes and Drogba See in context

@Victory Nippon,

calling Cote D'Ivoire poor is first irrelevant to this competition and second won't change anything at your defeat. Be fair play and stop hating.

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Posted in: Cote d'Ivoire scores 2 goals in 2 minutes to beat Japan 2-1 See in context

They can say whatever they want and find excuses, Cote D'Ivoire won and it feels soooooooooooooo good. I wish I had an orange jersey. Vive les Elephants!

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Posted in: Happy fans See in context

Sorry Japan but YES YES YES for Cote D'Ivoire (^^)/

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Posted in: Obama considers U.S. options for beleaguered Iraq See in context

Arm them in Afghanistan against USSR, bomb them in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Arm them in Libya, bomb them in Mali. Arm them in Syria, bomb them in Iraq.

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Posted in: Japan slowly begins to openly discuss crossdressing men in heterosexual relationships See in context

@LH10

Real feminine women like real masculine men. I doubt any normal woman would like her man to just behave like her. As you said it perfectly if a woman wants a feminine guy , why not just get yourself the original, a woman.

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Posted in: Japan slowly begins to openly discuss crossdressing men in heterosexual relationships See in context

@Peacetrain,

I 100% agree with you. In JT we may be a minority but we are many out there.

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Posted in: Japan slowly begins to openly discuss crossdressing men in heterosexual relationships See in context

They shall not rest until they have corrupted the human social norm that was in place for centuries in every part of the globe.

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Posted in: Nigerian president orders full-scale offensive against Boko Haram See in context

No offense to my Nigerian brothers but we all know in Africa about Nigeria gangs and thugs so calling these bandits "islamists" because some just bla bla some incoherent arabic words and reference to God , Islam, etc. is ridicule.

I don't remember Koni and his LRA thugs being called "christianits" because of there bla bla about Christ, bible , 10 commandments, etc.

“I assure you that Nigeria will be safe again and that these thugs will be driven away. It will not happen overnight, but we will spare no effort to achieve this goal,” Jonathan said.

We believe in you. Nigeria has one of the most powerful army in Africa and surely they can get rid of these thugs without any outside help. So NATO please keep your aid and soldiers away.

Thank you.

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Posted in: Ukraine rebels down helicopter, killing 14 troops See in context

White House said raised concerns about the rebels being supplied “from the outside”.

Meanwhile "Obama to authorize training of Syrian rebels".

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Posted in: Candy tycoon elected Ukraine president See in context

LOL, the maiden protesters must feel pretty stupid now. All this for what? They ousted a pro-Russia oligarch for a ex pro-Russia who turn coat and now pro EU-US oligarch.

I just feel sorry for the poor majority who didn't want any of all this drama.

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Posted in: Is pouring more financial aid into Africa the best way to help that continent develop? See in context

No, you can keep your help and stop meddling in our affairs that include arming rebellions, support dictators, eliminate our good leaders. But I doubt this will ever happen so yes my land is doomed.

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Posted in: World powers join search for abducted Nigerian schoolgirls See in context

@ SimonB

Al Azhar did.

http://www.arabnews.com/news/566966

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Posted in: Ukraine on combat alert as pro-Russian rebels gain ground See in context

@Laguna,

Not everyone wants to be part of the EU and end up like Greece.

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Posted in: Abducted Nigerian schoolgirls being forced to marry Islamic extremist abductors See in context

@HonestDictator

never read the original Qu'ran or hadiths have you?

I doubt YOU have.

Ever since 9/11 Islam has been trying hard to whitewash the original text to make it seem like Mo was on the same >level as those two.

Islam has try.., what or who do you mean by Islam? The islamic texts have not been changed at my knowledge so I doubt there was any attempt to alter anything from the original.

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Posted in: Japan confirms $1.5 billion aid offer to Ukraine See in context

Master said to give, the servant had no choice.

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Posted in: Putin defies West in fiery address over Crimea See in context

Not accordinfg to the Ukranian government.

Which one?

Diplomats in Brussels said EU and Ukrainian leaders would on Friday sign the political portion of a landmark pact whose rejection by Yanukovych in November sparked the protests that led to his fall

In who's name? So non elected leaders will sign some agreement that will tie up a nation? I'm not even Ukrainian but this upsets me.

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Posted in: Japan to impose sanctions against Russia over Crimea See in context

@Shinjuku

Let me fix for you please.

Imagine the people for Okinawa who are ethnic chinese had voted for Abe in a fair and democratic election and Abe had won. Then some violent protesters from mainland Japan overthrew the democratically elected Abe. Okinawa also had an important chinese base for years. Why should the people from Okinawa wants to remain in a country led by an illegitimate government? They didn't vote for that person who is in Kiev now. They even didn't have a say on this.

@Nadege

This is just journalist playing the political game, instead of doing real journalistic conclusive work. American propaganda have always work that way.

D'accord a 100%, for many american people though it is not propaganda because they are the land of the free , the good guys , the heroes, the best , the greatest country on the earth and that propaganda exists only in 3rd world commies countries, the bad guys, etc.

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Posted in: U.S. hits provocative China move on Philippine ships See in context

"As we the free world continue to support both China and Russia purchasing their goods and oil we have created the current arrogance and borderline agression displayed by both nations. "

The free world. LOL

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Posted in: Obama gives Ukraine full backing as stand-off hardens See in context

“But if he does not, I’m very confident that the international community will stand firmly behind the Ukrainian government.”

the international community = the US and its minions.

"Funny how when Kosovo wanted to separate from Serbia through armed conflict the US was all supportive of their quest for " freedom ". Crimea does it through a referendum at ballot box and its illegal and violation of international law. Selective hypocrisy at its best."

Exactly.

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Posted in: Deposed Ukrainian leader asks Putin for troops See in context

@SuperLib,

Get lost.

No arguments. I see.

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Posted in: Deposed Ukrainian leader asks Putin for troops See in context

@SuperLib,

peaceful protesters, huh? Yes, they may be depending on your sources of information.

If Obama did that, I doubt Americans would wait for the next election.

Kent State shootings?

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Posted in: Deposed Ukrainian leader asks Putin for troops See in context

I would like to know why it is OK in the so called Free World (US and EU) to wait until the next elections or go through proper legal ways to change a president but when it comes to other countries such as Ukraine and Egypt, public riot and mobs are supported by those so called democratic countries?

I thought democracy was about elections and that the majority was supposed to win and not a bunch of unsatisfied people. People are so unhappy with Obama but they still wait for the next elections. The latest elections in Ukraine had no irregularities , that president has been legally and constitutionally elected.

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