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This is about the US and EU supporting Neo-Nazis. That's a bad thing.
So Russia making the claim of fascists is laughable as you can see.
I love how these people keep denying the truth and the reported truth while ignoring facts they really should be getting a job at a news outlet.
originally posted by: Bassago
a reply to: Thisbseth
Well I don't see the Euro Neo-Nazis banding together with Muslim jihadist groups anytime in the near future regardless of perceived enemies. The Ukrainian Nazis seem to have one focus at this point, anyone who disagrees with the "newly elected" Kiev government.
There is little tolerance for the far right at the moment in Ukraine.
A large part of it is the influx of Muslims from other countries.
in Russia its no different they dont want immigrants for fear they will lose the Russian culture.
originally posted by: Bassago
a reply to: Syyth007
Yes there are extremists all over the globe. Actively using them to achieve specific goals and turning a blind eye to what they really are is simply wrong. I mean come on, Europeans supporting Nazis? How far have they fallen? The US as well for that matter.
A pro-Russian militia leader with an almost mythical status in lawless eastern Ukraine is now threatening to go after U.S. President Barack Obama and his so-called “Jewish-masonic lodge.” In a wildly racist online video, that uses the “N-word” to describe President Obama
Mozhaev is a symbol of the anarchy that exists in eastern Ukraine since the Russians took over Crimea. The 36-year-old is a proud Cossack—an ethnic minority long known as ruthless mercenaries who did what could delicately be called “police work” for Russia over the centuries, some of which included the persecution of Jews.
Babai disclosed to a reporter that he and his friends were bored and “sitting around” after the annexation of Crimea, so they decided to go where they were needed: eastern Ukraine. There, while making incoherent statements, talking about “freemasons” and “Jews,” he now leads a force 2,500 strong.
In his latest video, which was possibly posted to deny rumors that he was seriously injured, Mozhaev gives a short interview, threatening the U.S. in general and Obama in particular.
“We have evidence for American presence here,” he says. “When we arrive to Kiev and we find out that you didn’t evacuate your people yet, we’ll gather a group of Cossacks and come to the U.S. to *** your *** Judeo-masonic lodge.”
originally posted by: dragonridr
a reply to: Agent_USA_Supporter
Find that kind of hard since i am Russian but i guess you clearly understand them better than me. Wow your a piece of work arent you.
Find that kind of hard since i am Russian
Can we help countries that have made homosexuality a criminal offense?
Russia has shown that it is willing to invade, and has the military strength to do it.
the US pledged "Security Assurances"
Throw in the Malaysian flight, and I can see where Moscow was looking pretty bad in general. Helping Russia would have been completely insane. Was there any reason not to help Ukraine except for the "Neo-Nazis?"
Was there any reason not to help Ukraine except for the "Neo-Nazis?"
If we are prohibited from aiding countries that have a minority of "Neo-Nazis," aren't we also prohibited from aiding countries with a minority of Islamic fanatics?
Can we help countries that have made homosexuality a criminal offense? Adultery? Criticism of the State? Is there anyone to whom we can offer support to who is not stained in some way? Canada, perhaps, but look what they did to First Nation. Or Australia and their Aborigines.
It does look like we are aiding a country in which there may be found a minority of citizens who are similar in some ways to the Nazis. In this situation I would ask, "So what?"
originally posted by: victor7
originally posted by: TritonTaranis
And this must mean that the Russian government and all it's people are nazis too right?
Nobody's denying there are neo nazis in Ukraine, they're all over the world, but in a very very very tiny minority
Hope this helps