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Hes (Putin) doing this to line his pockets by stealing the wealth from another nation who said imperialism is dead.
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: Britguy
Do you really think all those white trucks have been carrying nothing but blankets and chocolate bars?
originally posted by: VirusGuard
Who needs to steel money when you have Zionist bankers bribing anyone who anyone in the USA today and don't worry if the people catch you because our police state will deal with them for you.
originally posted by: paraphi Had you revealed this fact right at the beginning people who think this Zionist clap-trap went too far in the 1930's would have not bothered reading the thread. Anyway, now I am here. Any particular Zionist banker in mind, or do you just mean them all? Have you ever seen a Zionist banker?
President Vladimir V. Putin has revised his opinion of an important piece of Soviet history, calling the 1939 Molotov-Ribbentrop pact that Moscow signed with Nazi Germany to divide up Eastern Europe not so bad. “The Soviet Union signed a nonaggression treaty with Germany,” Mr. Putin said during a meeting with historians on Wednesday, according to a Russian transcript of the meeting that the Kremlin released Thursday.
“People say: ‘Ach, that’s bad.’ But what’s bad about that if the Soviet Union didn’t want to fight? What’s bad about it?” While the Soviet Union is accused of dividing Poland, he said, Poland actually seized part of Czechoslovakia when Germany attacked that country. “Serious research should show that those were the methods of foreign policy then,” Mr. Putin said. Five years ago he had called the very same pact “immoral.” The statement is likely to increase security concerns in Eastern European states, which have been jittery about Russia’s intentions ever since it seized Crimea in March. Mr. Putin signed a law in May mandating five years imprisonment for anyone convicted of trying to rehabilitate Nazism.
Well time that the BBC put up or shut up with these wild headlines because they look nothing but stupid to me
To topic! The Ukrainian border seems to be pretty porous to the Russians. There's enough evidence to demonstrate that the Russian military either has very bad maps and GPS, or they are already treating parts of eastern Ukraine as their property. On the BBC reporting such actions, that's news for you, because most of the free press in the West is reporting the same. Of course, in Russia where the news is controlled, there's no chance of the truth being revealed.
The fact is that Putin is bent on driving Russia into the dirt
Like they did on their false report of a mass grave of 400 people.
The only thing that would have made Putin's speech better would be for him to give it in its original NAZI form.
Lets see the pictures and not major news of war being based on hear say
The trucks were carrying ammunition and fighters, said a military spokesman, but the BBC cannot confirm his report.
If the cross-border incursion is confirmed,
Putin is a commie from Russia and not only did Russia fight and won the Nazi's in WWII but is fighting them today in the Ukraine but what's in a name.
There are BUK systems sitting around in Ukraine just as there is other ammo.
Khodakovsky said he did not know where the missile system had come from but it may have come from Russia. He added the separatists had seized several Buk systems from Ukrainian bases, but none of them were operational.
Russia may have sent 'some' troops to Crimea,but according to agreements made when the USSR broke up there was already Russian soldiers stationed there as per agreement.
By taking Crimea that guaranteed that Russia would keep this terribly important sea port they have to have
In 1997, Ukraine agreed to lease the base to Russia, an agreement that in 2010 now-ousted President Viktor Yanukovych extended to at least 2042.
if you don't know by now then I cannot teach you.
pro·pa·gan·da noun \ˌprä-pə-ˈgan-də, ˌprō-\
: ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are spread in order to help a cause, a political leader, a government, etc.
And yet Putin sent a known neo Nazi to run the separatist...Pavel Gubarev.