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#1
Niranjana - 2 Sep 2014 // 06:40:43

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#2
Justme - 2 Sep 2014 // 05:23:09

Go Russia, GO!!!! Bulgarians support you!

#3
George Zheliazkov - 2 Sep 2014 // 00:10:44

Kurentzo, (what a name that is…..)

Stop steering friction and polarization in Europe trying to scare people with Putin!

Putin is nothing but a chicken shit and some sort of a patriot in his own way.
Needles to even mention that he is doing more damage than good for Russia and is on his way out! His days are numbered and the Russian people will replace him!

So please stop the scare tactics, the polarization propaganda and look in a political and peaceful resolution of all that mess!

BTW tell Garry to stick to the chess…

#4
Optimistic - 1 Sep 2014 // 23:33:13

Kurentzo, it is not about Putin it is about protecting the people of East Ukraine to prevent tham being murdered by the Kiev regime.

The US EU NATO openly back Poroshenko and his campaign of murder, they have not critized it, Russia has and it gets sanctions put on it, it is not fair.

#5
Kurentzo Milapash - 1 Sep 2014 // 23:20:59

Russian chess Grandmaster Garry Kasparov weighs in with a brilliant op-ed on Putin's escalating invasion of the Ukraine.

"As always when it comes to stopping dictators, with every delay the price goes up... the best reason for acting to stop Putin today is brutally simple: It will only get harder tomorrow."

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Kurentzo Milapash - 1 Sep 2014 // 22:36:10

Unless China starts handing out passports to sympathizers in Siberia, then move in militarily to "protect its citizens" - just as the Kremlin has tried in Abkhazia, South Ossetia and most recently the Crimea.

#8
Optimistic - 1 Sep 2014 // 22:08:48

http://www.kyivpost.com/content/ukraine/azov-battalion-fighters-pledge-to-defend-mariupol-to-the-end-362869.html

Tunderstorm get real, the US and Russia will not go to war, it is all just noise.

The important issue in Ukraine right now is Mariupol.

Once the seperatists capture Mariupol then they will be in a position to establish independant states in Donetsk and Luhansk.

Link above is from Kiyv Post a pro Poroshenko news, basically they say they have 400 people defending Mariupol and that they are badly armed.

Last week the rebels capured 700 Kiev soldiers so these 400 in Mariupol are just Grad fodder risking their lives for a US backed Oligarch who is fucking up their country in his quest for power.

#9
Thunderstorm - 1 Sep 2014 // 21:30:25

'cos RuSSia fires its outdated "topols? Ha, ha. The US have antimissile shield and if you fire your outdate nukes at them or anyone else, they'll answer with their modern ones. Not a single stone wiill be left. The only shield RuSSia has is the one your leader can draw on his bare posterior. Would be great for darts, by the way.

#10
Optimistic - 1 Sep 2014 // 21:15:10

http://www.news.com.au/world/ukrainian-port-city-of-mariupol-awaits-fate-as-loyalists-prepare-for-battle-against-prorussian-rebels/story-fndir2ev-1227042841944

Russia is not Iraq, Libya or Afganistan, no one will touch the black sea fleet.

The link above is from Australian news they say the only people now protecting Mariupol are some volunteers.

Mariupol will be taken soon.

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