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originally posted by: Ploutonas
a reply to: OpenMindedRealist
my refer to 4th raich was an allegory, to present the dictatorship in european union. We greeks love to speak with allegory. And europeans dont want that europe, the germanic europe. European beurocrats lied to eu people about a europe of nations and friendship. Germany was hiding behind all it, to force their rullership of all EU, AND THAT WILL NOT be allowed. And europe have a huge problem.
Dont make me, to present here all the links what germany does to the governments, they force their own stuff and they force their own people as politicians.. unknown people.
Now germany gave all their money to USA, there is news about it. Also there is no gold anymore, why germany stop asking their gold? (there is news about it also). Now we pigs + 3 more countries, will stop paying taxes and you fall apart.
Its like in mythology, have you ever read the "death" /abduction of Europa? Its a very interesting myth... thats what is goin on now. After zeus seduced her and took her, she was in panic and was trying to hold her life from the left horn of the white taurus. At the end, Europa got 3 gifts. Europe will split in 3, all about europe is in splits in 3. Even the gifts europa recieved from Zeus, represent a race. Talos (scandinabians, a hunters bow-hunters that never miss its target, are considered the greeks also blood type O is considered as the hunter and all our gods have a bow and a hound/dog that never miss its hunting prey and that probably goes to serbia, hungarians, bulgarians, etc)
And its allready happening, the link I gave above in prev message shows a new alliance, also pigs and also germanics/scandinavians and thats what father Zeus decided to do.
originally posted by: charles1952
a reply to: victor7
Another story that has it's source in Russia?
I asked earlier for stories that weren't based on a Russian source, or on a separatist spokesman. Can nobody find one?
Is this story also a hoax as the OP's apparently was?
originally posted by: charles1952
a reply to: Vovin
The Russians are saying that the Russians are the good guys and no other reporters have the courage to go to Ukraine?
Reporters went to Afghanistan and Iraq embedded with the troops, they covered the riots in Egypt where some were raped and (I believe) killed. But they're afraid to stop by Ukraine?
Do you see why I'm finding this difficult to believe?
By the way, how do you happen to know that several Russian reporters were targeted and killed?
Reporters Without Borders is very relieved to learn that Artem Deynega, a netizen, and Sergei Lefter, a journalist who had been acting as an observer for the Open Dialogue Foundation, an NGO, were released in Sloviansk on 6 May after being held hostage by pro-Russian militiamen for more than three weeks.
Two journalists with the Centre for Investigative Reporting in the Crimean capital of Simferopol, reporter Sergei Mokrushin and producer Vladlen Melnikov, were arrested at around 8 p.m. on 2 June by members of a “self-defence militia,” who took them to their headquarters, beat them, and examined the contents of their mobile phones and social network accounts.
The Centre for Investigative Reporting is one of the few remaining independent news outlets in the region, where several media were closed following the Russian intervention. A member of the Global Investigative Journalism Network, it posts its findings on its website as well as reporting them as part of a TV programme. It also provides training in investigative journalism.
The editors of two regional newspapers – Aleksandr Brizh of Donbas and Leonid Lapa of Vecherny Donetsk – were kidnapped in Donetsk, in eastern Ukraine, on 2 June by anti-Kiev militiamen, who stormed into their offices and took them away.
Reporters Without Borders is very worried by the many attacks on local news media in eastern Ukraine. The ransacking of media offices and intimidation of journalists since the start of the unrest have created a hostile climate that has had a disastrous impact on local media pluralism.
According to IMI, Reporters Without Borders’ Ukrainian partner organization, at least ten journalists have been forced to leave the region.