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And here is a strange law that forced today in the EU. Germany, the 4th raich, will intrude any European country, that wishes to move out or people are rioting into an EU country, without even the permission of the specific country... ! So if a country wish to move out, germany will attack with army that country, or if people riot against their government, germany without permision will attack that people with army and guns.
That means it's up to the state suffering disaster or terrorist attack to make the call for help. Neither Germany nor anyone else can do it on their own.
The solidarity clause provides for the Union and its member states to act jointly in assisting another member state being the object of a terrorist attack or the victim of a natural or man-made disaster.
Invoking the solidarity clause is the preogative of the member state affected.
originally posted by: Ploutonas
a reply to: NoAccidents
I am not germanophobic, we just dont like germans at all. its very ancient things. Lets not speak about it (Kroneans)
self-defense fighters in Slavyansk, eastern Ukraine, claim that Ukrainian troops have once again used chemical weapons in their attacks on the town. "One self-defense fighter was hospitalized in a serious condition with chemical poisoning following artillery fire on a plant in Slavyansk," deputy commander of the Donetsk self-defense volunteer corps Igor Strelkov told reporters on Monday, June 30. Preliminary tests suggest that the Ukrainian army uses chloropicrin, he said. "We are collecting samples and intend to present them as evidence," Strelkov added. Several other people have been admitted to Slavyansk hospitals with symptoms consistent with chlorine poisoning. "The symptoms are sore eyes and a scratchy throat. We believe it’s something based on chlorine. The shells explode in the air and cause a plume of smoke. They fire those shells when the wind is to our side," Strelkov said. Earlier, Ukrainian troops used unidentified chemical weapons against the town of Semyonovka near Slavyansk. Two self-defense fighters were hospitalized with severe chemical poisoning after the attack, according to the RIA Novosti news agency.
When Syria was hit, there was footage and reports of it immediately. This is still rumor and vague sources after a whole day.
After the Soviet Union collapsed, Ukrainian officials publicly stated that they viewed biological weapons proliferation as a threat to Ukraine's national security. Ukraine does not have a biological weapons program, and joined the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC). Under an August 2005 Cooperative Threat Reduction agreement, the United States has been funding security upgrades at Ukrainian biological institutes where dangerous pathogens are kept. In June 2010, a new disease research laboratory named the "Interim Central Reference Laboratory" opened in Odessa as part of the U.S. Cooperative Threat Reduction program. The laboratory studies biological agents such as tularemia, anthrax and Q-fever. 
Since gaining independence in 1991, Ukraine has not engaged in offensive or defensive chemical warfare (CW) activities. Prior to 1991, however, its territory was used by the Soviet government forchemical weapons storage and testing. The Red Army conducted marine tests with experimental chemical weapons in the Black Sea near the cities of Odesa and Sevastopol. The USSR also established storage sites in Zolotonosha (Cherkasy oblast), Ochakiv (on the Dnepr estuary and on the Black Sea), and Fastiv (Kiev oblast).  Ukraine transferred all of the chemical weapons on its territory to Russia by January 1992. Kiev is a party to the CWC, which it ratified in 1998.
Thousands of ukrainians are dead in this year in so called "revolution", and all western media pretending nothing is happening
originally posted by: Agit8dChop
a reply to: Flatcoat
You really think the local people on the ground in hospitals, homes, factories, news outlets give two damns about which side ''we'' are on?
When something like a chemical attack happens forcing dozens into hospital, it become news immediately.
Maybe one of the bombs hit a factory or a chlorine storage lot?
maybe the dozens of people were in a complex that had a large pool with a large bag of chlorine that was hit and dispersed?
It doesn't make sense for either side to use chemical weapons on the first day a truce was ignored.