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originally posted by: Agent_USA_Supporter
a reply to: DJW001
You believe his accusations because...?
Oh its you. So tell me whom started the protests in Egypt? the Muslim Brotherhood? checked whom supported them? the NGO groups.
hmm. well i think the fact that everything he described has actually taken place, between then and now, kind of gives testament to his "assertions".
In my role as a representative of the Ukrainian people…
…activists of the public organisation "Volya" turned to me…
…providing clear evidence…
…that within our territory…
…with support and direct participation
…of the US Embassy in Kiev…
…the "TechCamp" project is realised…
…under which preparations are being made for a civil war in Ukraine.
originally posted by: AVoiceOfReason
a reply to: bobs_uruncle
yeah im aware. its also far easier to conceal than an open war so getting away with it is a piece of cake. this is exactly how the soviets used to operate and and i guess the Americans picked up on it.
originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: learnatic
In that case, the policy failed. Putin has expanded Russia by invading Ukraine and annexing part of its eastern territory.
I'm not sure what you mean by annexed 'part of its eastern territory'
75% of the people of the Crimea voted in a referendum on the matter, to join Russia. I am amazed that a country like the US that often calls upon other countries to respect the will of their people, cannot bring themselves to do that very thing themselves in relation to the people the Crimea.
Given the US claims to believe in the principles of democracy, they should have led the charge to get the world to recognise and accept the will of the people of Crimea but instead they very publicly, demonstrate their very anti democratic values by claiming that Russia 'annexed' the Crimea