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Armed men hold UN chief's representative in Crimea

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posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 05:58 AM
reply to post by neo96

Invasion vs liberation:

Critical thinking?

posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 08:06 AM


Putin is just like any other politician..

He says a lot of things.

That is what I don't get.

That is the universal constant from country to country.

No matter where one goes they are all full of snip.

ill be damned. humans suck on a large scale, and are the same no matter where you go.

posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 02:26 AM
We all know the UN is not really a legitimate body anymore. It is bought over by the western corporate interests (mainly bankers who need more nations to provide debt to them) and run by puppets. If anything the recently leaked phone conversation between Victoria Nuland and Geoffrey Pyatt discusses how Ban Ki Moon (UN) is favorable to the overthrow of the Ukrainian government (this is proof of aiding and abetting a revolution of a sovereign nation – that too democratically elected government).

So all of these acts from the UN/EU/US/NATO of aiding and abetting a revolution is illegal mind you; if you really want to talk about international policy & relations.

To make matters worse those who overthrew the democratically elected Ukrainian government are racist fascists and also have a strong history of that against Russians and Russian Jews. The first thing they did after their ‘revolt’ was ban the Russian language (as well as other minority languages), topple all Soviet emblems/statues – even the soviet brigade that defeated Hitler’s forces. Hence the fear of Crimeans that their Russian culture and heritage will be marginalized by these groups.

The phone conversations even talks about sending Robert Serry to Ukraine well before the legitimate democratically-elected government was toppled.

So it could be those in that region are wary of his presence and what his real intentions are, hence became hostile to him.

Besides Serry himself says he was not kidnapped. He instead got in his car, but abandoned shortly after and set out on foot for his hotel. Two hours later he was on a late flight out of Smiferopol, chicken sh!t scared of Crimeans, after ‘all’ didn’t go according to plan.

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