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originally posted by: FormOfTheLord
You cant silence me thats against ATS T&C, I have the right to express my opininion if you dont like it too bad, its a free country, and a free internet.
originally posted by: James1970
That would just about sum it up. This keyboard warrior wants to spew hatred and propaganda towards Russia but doesn't have the balls to fight, send the kids off to fight and die he/she says
originally posted by: caterpillage
Could be I suppose. I see though way more parallels between the U.S. And nazi Germany currently. Could be due to I'm in the U.S. And not Russia.
The U.S. Is walking a startling similar path. It's disturbing and sad really. But not entirely unexpected.
originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
I didn't see;
Green Lighting "Mad Professor" Experimentation on Human Beings,
Or Genocide on that list...
You know the things Hitler was hated for...
Rather than the things that had people disliking him.
I bet a lot of people had a lot of things in common with Hitler, even many of us here on ATS...
But unless they fit the description of the above, chances are they're not a danger to people...
Not deserving of the propagandised implications of comparisons to Hitler...
Because when you say someone's like Hitler no one thinks of dog walking artists...
They think of the holocaust...
Terrible, terrible agenda!
Shame on anyone who promotes the comparison.
In Russia, one supporter of preventive eugenics is the president of the Independent Psychiatric Association of Russia Yuri Savenko, who justifies forced sterilization of women, which is practiced in Moscow psychoneurological nursing homes. He states that “one needs a more strictly adjusted and open control for the practice of preventive eugenics, which, in itself, is, in its turn, justifiable.” In 1993, the health minister of the Russian Federation issued the order that determined the procedure of forced abortion and sterilization of disabled women and the need for court decision to perform them. The order was repealed by the head of Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova in 2009. Therefore, now women can be subjected to compulsory sterilization without court decision, according to the Perm Krai ombudswoman Tatyana Margolina. In 2008, Tatyana Margolina reported that 14 women with disabilities were subjected to compulsory medical sterilization in Ozyorskiy psychoneurological nursing home whose director was Grigori Bannikov. The sterilizations were performed not on the basis mandatory court decision appropriate for them, but only on the basis of the application by the guardian Bannikov. On 2 December 2010, the court has not found corpus delicti in the compulsory medical sterilizations performed by his consent.
Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov (Russian: Илья́ Ива́нович Ивано́в, August 1 [O.S. July 20] 1870-March 20, 1932) was a Russian and Soviet biologist who specialized in the field of artificial insemination and the interspecific hybridization of animals. He was involved in controversial attempts to create a human-ape hybrid.
originally posted by: Xcathdra
a reply to: CharlieSpeirs
and this is how Russia is perceived -
however way to be way off topic by posting something completely unrelated to the topic.
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
a reply to: Xcathdra
What evidence....your bias and hate for Russia are quite clear you post some hate Russia blog and claim it as evidence....pfffft......as you can see by your replies so far no one is buying into you propaganda
serioulsy thats just 2 hits when i do a search for this infoagesrategy.....there are heaps....lol
I find it interesting people use the NAZI term with Ukraine yet when a comparison is made to Putin the tune changes