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What does Ukraine want?
'Wants' of corporations is the problem, not only
in Ukraine but globally.
When common people are whipped till they are down on their
knees the elites will easily exploit the people.
The 'turmoil' has been artificially created and funded
by such as these :
The elites of russia/england/u.s/israel are all in bed with each other,
It's the common folk and their children
which are being exploited, sovereignty has lost all meaning with no thanks to the
greed of elites.
Ukraine is begging us for help
Get real, the average Ukrainian folk (btw I'm Ukrainian) do NOT
consider u.s., england's, or israel's foreign meddling as 'help'.
ON THE CONTRARY ! (with 'friends' as that who needs enemies
Even russia is in bed with the pipe co., the corporations
run and rape the governments. There will be no such thing
as 'governments' when they are through.
Your leaders are shell oil and affiliates.
_____________________edit on 2/3/14 by ToneDeaf because: (no reason given)
Ukraine is rich in natural resources: coal, iron ore, manganese, nickel and uranium, and others. The reserves of sulfur are the largest in the world, the reserves of mercury ore are the second largest. Also more than 5% of world reserves of iron ore are concentrated in Ukraine.
reply to post by Daz3d-n-Confus3d
I doubt its planned out between both nations. Obama cant seem to decide what he wants for breakfast, let alone a foreign policy standard.
I find Russia being contradictory though. For a country that espouses democratic values they sure are quick to stop talking when the people they are talking to don't / wont share the same view point.
Its like the result of Russian illegally annexing Crimea. They demand the world accept their actions while taking those countries to task for imposing sanctions on them.
If people are going to argue Russia had a right, then the same argument applies in the opposite. You want to annex crimea, fine - Don't expect other nations to support it and don't expect them to do business with you because of it.
Where do you get your info from FOX news?
A violent coup is not lawfully removing the government.
And the people of Crimea voted to join Russia so Russia didn't illegally annex Crimea.
Crimea was an autonomous nation so it had every right to choose their own path whether the Ukraine like it or not.
The only thing the Ukraine cared about when it came to Crimea was their oil and natural gas.
reply to post by randyvs
Absolutely it is.
This whole Cold War idea is being generated by both sides because the powers in charge need it. What better way to get everyone to follow blindly than to invent a big bad enemy. I think this is all planned out.
They can have us all scared of nukes coming from the bad guys and do whatever they want while everyone is distracted.
According to the memorandum, Russia, the U.S., and the UK confirmed, in recognition of Ukraine becoming party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and in effect abandoning its nuclear arsenal to Russia, that they would:
1.Respect Ukrainian independence and sovereignty within its existing borders.
2.Refrain from the threat or use of force against Ukraine.
3.Refrain from using economic pressure on Ukraine in order to influence its politics.
4.Seek United Nations Security Council action if nuclear weapons are used against Ukraine.
5.Refrain from the use of nuclear arms against Ukraine.
6.Consult with one another if questions arise regarding these commitments.
reply to post by Libertygal
So when did Russia invade through Ukrainian borders?
I've asked this several times on ATS and never got an answer. I've been following Ukraine every day and never saw any Russian invasion. There were some low-key spetsnaz operations conducted to assist the Crimean militias but if this is considered invading then the USA should also be accused of invading all of Africa and most of Western Asia.