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Commenting article: Sweden to Remilitarise Baltic Island in Response to Russian Activity

Sweden plans to station troops on the strategic Baltic island of Gotland, as Russia has increased its military activity in the region.

Permanent military presence has been absent from Gotland, which is Sweden's largest island, for a period of ten years, the Financial Times reports.

Swedish Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist announced that he would recommend the stationing of a company of about 150 troops on Gotland.

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#1
Otan - 15 Mar 2015 // 20:42:16

Elephant has large nose and is associated with India. Bear has big claws and is associated with Russia. But Putin has small nose and big tits. Perhaps he plans to feed his people with them. Maybe he envisions himself as the new wolf mother like the one who nursed Romulus and Remus. But Russia is no Rome. Perhaps Ream? Maybe reamrik?

#2
Seedy - 15 Mar 2015 // 19:39:22

"Russian elephant"! Glad to see that vodka helps people to laugh even when the rest of the world is laughing AT them not WITH them.....

#3
Rurik - 15 Mar 2015 // 12:50:13

Another "sweet couple" barks selflessly ;)

These pugs are strong;
I can't be wrong,
They barked behind
Tne Elephant's dong!

And don't stammer, cripple Onanistan,
Good news for You and other pugs: Russian Elephant doesn't harm
The victims of cerebral palsy.

#4
Seedy - 15 Mar 2015 // 09:28:09

Pugin is mad - but then so are the majority of Russians, who support him. You can't reason with a virus, or decide to educate a rabid dog which is trying to bite you - if any Russian warplane/tank/warship infringes any other country's territory it should be destroyed without warning. Who cares what the soused-in-vodka Ivan on the Moscow omnibus thinks?

#5
Otan - 15 Mar 2015 // 03:19:59

Putin will have no choice but a nuclear first strike (if he is still alive). Any other good news rururikrik?

#6
Rurik - 14 Mar 2015 // 14:03:24

A tame press? That girl told about the future meeting of two politicians in the Past perfect.
It's not the unfortunate inadvertence, sure. It's the strategical provocation
of Putin! The civilized World won't dismiss this horrifying fact! New sanctions!

Now:
"Referendum in Cosovo" /Obama,2014/
"Russian Grads shell Tshinval, "Russian planes bomb Tbilissi" /BBC, CNN, Skynews, Fox...August,2008/
"Putin's regime behind the MH17 crash", in different variations / CNN, Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS, Sun, BBC, Guardian....2014/
"Street protests in Moscow", on the background of palm trees ;) /Fox News, December,2011/
The Alex Salmond's detailed reply (to ‘bank exodus’ question of BBC editor Nick Robinson) was replaced
in the BBC report by "Alex Salmond ignored the question" /September,2014/.....etc, etc, etc.

But sensless to ask "who controls the politicians and the press in the West", right?
The answer is obvious: "The highest Justice".

#7
Rurik - 14 Mar 2015 // 13:59:41

Hopefully there will come a time when the Westeners will realize that "Putin's blaming all Russia's woes on the west"
is another fabrication of the less and less trustworthy Western Media, a daily feed for fish.
Though fish seems to be happy to swallow and not to go through the hassle of thinking. Happiness.

#8
peterperfect - 14 Mar 2015 // 11:15:00

How is this for a tame press?.........................

"In the broadcast a Rossiya 24 journalist said: "The Kremlin also reports that Vladimir Putin met with Kyrgyzstan President Almazbek Atambayev on Monday."

This was broadcast on a Russian channel today..........on a meeting that is still to happen (Monday) so who controls the press in Russia?

#9
peterperfect - 14 Mar 2015 // 10:23:26

Another nail in Putin's coffin?, there will come a time when the Russian people will realise the deceit in Putin's blaming all Russia's woes on the west........."you can fool all of the people some of the time and some of the people all of the time but you can't fool all of the people all of the time".

#10
Otan - 14 Mar 2015 // 02:44:54

Good; we have the advantage. Any other good news rurikrik? Putin malko bolen; utre po grebenya...

#11
Rurik - 13 Mar 2015 // 20:20:06

Military activity "in the region", the war planes flights' ratio, NATO/Russia, 2014: 15/1.

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