Adam Michnik is a Polish historian, intellectual, and former dissident. Currently, he is the editor-in-chief of Poland's leading newspaper "Gazeta Wyborcza".
By annexing Crimea, Vladimir Putin behaved like the Godfather. He told Russia and the world: either your brains or your signature will be on that contract. This policy has proved successful, though nobody knows for how long....
"Adam Michnik is a Polish historian, intellectual, and former dissident"---dear Novinite, what on earth "historian", what on earth "intellectual"? Mr.Michnik is simply the old duffer. He (as well as "World Leaders" and their "honest"media) leaves aside the main: the unanimous will of the absolute majority of people. And that people want to havenothing in common with that scum, with those bandits who committed the Coup d'Etat, seized power, prohibited Russian language and, right now, carry out terror just against DISSIDENTS, against ordinary citizens of Ukraine, ethnic Russians and Juives first of all. World media (and You, dear Novinite) "do not see", "do not know" it, sure. But Crimeans DO see and DO know. And they don't want to obey. People don't want. It is People will. It is People choice. It is People voice.......Adam Michnik, You wrote, dear Novinite?
Well, the so-called referendum was a bluff. Mr Putin should change his name to Putler, because what he does is exactly what happened in 1938 in Czechoslovakia - Hitler was protecting the "Sudetendeutsche" then. Sorry to say, but the Russian people believing in Russian propaganda and supporting Putin are Nazis alike.
These Poles are too overrated anyway. It's a known fact they used to be imperialists in the past and even now some of them would like to steal some parts of Ukraine, Belarus, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Lithuania. They even claim Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania, should be Polish again (its name is Wilno in Polish).
"Not to mention their ultra-Catholic anti-gay fascism"
Well, we all know why YOU are so concerned about this "anti-gay fascism"...It cannot be the "fascism part", because your writing is clearly 100% fascist propaganda. Maybe you are a closet..."back-scrubber"?
Probably the only country in Europe (?) that conforms to the usual description of a fascist state is Russia: the cult of the leader (see him entering the room under the hollering: "Vladimir Vladimirowitsj Putin") lack of democracy, judiciary under the control of the executive, extreme nationalism and xenophobia, repression of minorities, ethnic or otherwise.
To Seedy: not bad, on the whole, "incomprehensible prat" especially, since it - in MY Russian equivalent - does fully describe the unholy, or, better to say, the malodorous trinity: "Сиди" (Seedy)+ "хуй-б-ал-бес"(Huib...) +
"Бздила гороховая" (Beh...), in summary it gives: "Куча говна" [Купчина лайна]. Taking into account Your
linguistic talent, You will learn it by heart easily: Seedy-Куча говна. I "forgot" Warfou since that pedrillo spits on the entire people of Crimea but he can't swim, I'm afraid ;-).
I do not "spit" on the Crimean people. I just say that the referendum was a bluff because many voters were imported from Russia and there weren't any INDEPENDENT international observers present, only those paid by Putin. What regards the credibility of these international observers I can only say that they included one Polish guy, Mateusz Piskorski who was even designated by Russians to lead the "independent observers' commission". This guy is a "Samoobrona" party member, which party is similar to the Bulgarian "Ataka" (aren't they financed from the same source, are they?). He is also "director of international institute for geopolitical issues", a body whose reputation is even not as big as its name, located in a small private flat in Warsaw, and believed to be sponsored by Russian secret service. Piskorski is completely unknown in Poland, and the Samoobrona has less than 0,5 % of votes. So, that is why I say the referendum was a bluff, dear sushi.
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