posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 09:21 PM
reply to post by victor7
Perhaps they are, and by default we can almost smell the CIA in there too, as well as agitators of all kinds, but I sincerely feel that this whole
situation needs to be rolled wayyyy back into **individual incidents** and those responsible found and charged, like who ordered in the goons who shot
and killed protestors in Maidan? If it was the PM, can he be charged in Ukrainian court, or the ICC? Has he been charged yet with corruption?
The foreign ministers of outside countries and diplomats are not practicing enough diplomacy but instead are ramping up the rhetoric. I'm not
dreaming in Technicolor here. I've heard Ukrainians on TV say they will spoil their ballots during a vote where their opposition should be counted.
If people are threatened, then those who threaten must be brought to task. Ukraine must appeal for unity no matter their roots. They simply have to
roll back all of the crap they can and the rest of the world needs to think clearly instead of stressing alliances and divisions. If we want this to
stop, then we have to focus on non-escalation.