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Supreme Court deliberations on alledged elections fraud live on TV - unprecedented

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posted on Dec, 3 2004 @ 03:41 AM
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Google news keeps finding more than 3000 related articles (last : 3,400), from 4500 sources.
And that's good so, because we are living the final act of the end game.
BTW, Yanukovich had the fantastic idea ( the first time in the history of the world) to let the deliberations on accusations of election fraud be broadcasted live in TV.

From www.canada.com...
"watching live broadcasts of the court sessions on televisions in the square, showing the 18 red-robed judges behind stacks of documents hearing testimony in the cramped chamber. "

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posted on Dec, 3 2004 @ 06:01 AM
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About time America started adressing the state of its "democracy"...

oh this is about the ukraine?


Those cheating totalitarians.. start the cold war again we need to bring them American Democracy (TM)!



posted on Dec, 3 2004 @ 06:26 AM
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A pretty alarming turn of events isn't it? Two countries, one, susposedly the leader of the free world.....the other not that long ago, part of the communinist Soviet Union. Both have some issues about their past elections. But, the events past that point seems a little surprising to me. In one, the people left their nice comfy homes, their jobs and the secruity that goes with them and converged on the capitol, demanding answers. They shut down much of the economy, not to mention the capitol for a week braving freezing temperatures. And, well, they forced the government to address their issues and gee, the investigation will be televised on national tv.
In the other, it's been mostly quiet, ya, there's rumors floating around, the media isn't saying sqaut, and well, the people tend to be just going on their way through their daily routine, work, home, buy, buy, spend!!!

I truely hope that they are just rumors, otherwise, later down the road, we will be looking back and wondering...
Since when do we need to learn about democracy and freedom from the former communist countries that are practically babes in their search for it...
And, well, why didn't we learn the lesson that they seemed to be blasting at us from across the world, and take action.....



posted on Dec, 3 2004 @ 12:33 PM
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Originally posted by dawnstar
Two countries, one, susposedly the leader of the free world.....the other not that long ago, part of the communinist Soviet Union. Both have some issues about their past elections.


Not really.
We have seen the "proof" that Yuschenko presented : a video where no polling station could be recognised and the people that supposedely were being transported in buses to vote several times were conveniently hiding their faces ...

No surprise about the decision of this Supreme Court - the same judges had denied half a million ukrainians living in Russia the right to vote.

This decision exposes the agenda behind the majority of the judges, since Yanukovich had the great idea to broadcast the Ukraine's Supreme court hearing final arguments live on TV



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