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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
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    Yes but they don't employ interweb trolls (as far as we know)




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    The Russian foreign Minister accuses the Ukranians of sabotaging the MINSK II agreement and the "International Coalition" of illegally invading a sovereign nation, Yemen.

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    Not only Putin does it:

    From Britain to Beijing: how governments manipulate the internet


    From Britain to Beijing: how governments manipulate the internet | World news | The Guardian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke
    Not only Putin does it:
    No shit Sherlock

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    He is dangerous not only since he threatens the whole world and bombards the Middle East and Africa.

    Now he is dangerous because he is vetoing the bombardment



    Russian veto serves strife | Opinion , Editorial | THE DAILY STAR

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    What does Putin want? | SLAVYANGRAD.org

    "It is gratifying that Putin was not instantly blamed by “patriots” for a full-scale defeat of Ukrainian troops in the Donbass, which did not happen in January-February, and for the Moscow consultations with Merkel and Hollande.However, that would negate neither their desire that victory should have already come yesterday, nor the certainty of the most radical that Putin will anyway “give up Novorossiya,” nor the identical fears of moderates immediately on the signing of another truce (if it is going to be signed)—which is necessary not only for regrouping and replenishing the army of Novorossiya (which really could be effected without ceasing active hostilities), but also to consolidate the changed configuration on the international front, as well as to prepare for new diplomatic battles."


    The full article maybe of interest to some.
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    How dangerous is Vladimir Putin? I think he is about as dangerous as that grizzly bear, way way over there in that big forest... and I am sitting way way over here away from him.

    Its the Bwana scum, who want to invade the grizzly bear's forest and shoot the bear and mount his head on the wall that I have a problem with.

    The bear has done nothing wrong, and has abided by the letter of the International laws. Ukraine is no exception.

    To paraphrase what one poster implied, Putin may be very dangerous, but regarding the scum Jewish controlled oligarchy under the flag of the fiat petrol dollar, Putin is taking the proper steps that others only wish they had the balls to take.

    When he took control of Russia, he took control of a destroyed nation under Yeltsin, whose Jewish oligarch buddies were cannibalizing the entire system and the peoples. Putin kicked almost all of them out. Oh dear... look at how they scream.

    A quick search of practically every single opponent of Putin on the Internet will reveal a Jewish heritage. No surprise there.

    For now, one cannot ask if Putin is dangerous until he has a chance to live in a normal world without the ruling scum we have now. Alternatively, Putin is one of the first in a long time to be in a position to stand up to these scum and tell them to take a hike or else.

    The lies that continually stream out of the Jewish owned media, on a daily basis, to denigrate this man is typical script. I see it, and a lot of other people see it as well. It is history repeating itself.

    Classic example:

    Who is telling the truth... Obama or Putin?

    It's difficult to tell the metal of a man when others stoop to the worst kinds of animal behavior and lies, etc. to cloud and confuse one's ability to measure said man.

    So... How dangerous is Vladimir Putin? I think he is about as dangerous as that grizzly bear, way way over there in that big forest... and I am sitting way way over here away from him.

    Why not... "How dangerous is IsraHell and the JewSA?", and let's use their track record in comparison to that old grizzly bear.

    Just my small take on the matter.

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    ^ Regarding Putin - I agree.

    However, you let yourself down with the Jew hating.

    If you specify Israel as an aggressor - fair enough, but hating all Jews is as bad as hating all Muslims.

    It's bullshit and makes no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Username2015
    The bear has done nothing wrong, and has abided by the letter of the International laws. Ukraine is no exception.
    Total bolocks as you well knew before touching the keyboard.

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    A quick search of practically every single opponent of Putin on the Internet will reveal a Jewish heritage.
    Judaism is a side show. When will the world's conpsiracy theorists get over their obsession with this irrelevant little religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Username2015
    The bear has done nothing wrong, and has abided by the letter of the International laws. Ukraine is no exception.
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    Total bolocks as you well knew before touching the keyboard.
    He's spot on looper - you're full of shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper
    He's spot on looper - you're full of shit.
    You're extremely rude and crude in your posts, Dapper. Why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper View Post
    ^ Regarding Putin - I agree.

    However, you let yourself down with the Jew hating.

    If you specify Israel as an aggressor - fair enough, but hating all Jews is as bad as hating all Muslims.

    It's bullshit and makes no sense.
    I hate behaviors. I may also indulge and hate people, but they earn it. If they happen to be Jews, then so be it.

    Israel, who happens to be populated with Jews, is an aggressor. At some point - and that point is now - people have to stand up and call a spade a spade. As I stated in another post, the most difficult thing about Jews is their narcissist rage when they feel threatened. Even worse is some of them resort to malignant rage.

    Yes. I hate behaviors. I may also indulge and hate people, but they earn it. If they happen to be Jews, then so be it. For me, the word "Jew" is relative, but it just so happens that this word bears a lot of similarity with the demographic of people who behave in a despicable manner and set themselves apart from all other peoples.

    I understand this... do you, or are you simply going along with their "script"?

    For those who understand, no explanation is necessary.
    For those who do not, no explanation is possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    You're extremely rude and crude in your posts, Dapper. Why is that?
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    full of shit.
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    Total bolocks
    Who was ruder - me or the cross dressing faggot shill looper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper
    Who was ruder - me or the cross dressing faggot shill looper?
    I rest my case.

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    Yes, he is a bit rude nooners but he is angry about keeping getting banned so I treat him as a special needs poster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Username2015
    Israel, who happens to be populated with Jews, is an aggressor. At some point - and that point is now - people have to stand up and call a spade a spade. As I stated in another post, the most difficult thing about Jews is their narcissist rage when they feel threatened. Even worse is some of them resort to malignant rage.
    For those who care, I don't think the poster is worth responding to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrG View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Username2015
    Israel, who happens to be populated with Jews, is an aggressor. At some point - and that point is now - people have to stand up and call a spade a spade. As I stated in another post, the most difficult thing about Jews is their narcissist rage when they feel threatened. Even worse is some of them resort to malignant rage.
    For those who care, I don't think the poster is worth responding to.
    Thank you, but you missed the point about not responding to me. Care to try again? Your absence will not be missed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrG
    For those who care, I don't think the poster is worth responding to.
    Agreed - a wrong 'n' for sure.

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    Damning evidence. Well worth a watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Username2015 View Post
    Classic example:

    Who is telling the truth... Obama or Putin?
    Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!"

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    Interesting time lapse video of the alleged extent of the Eastern Ukrainian freedom fighters land holdings.

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    It seems the Ukrainians and their masters don't understand English that well. I can accept that from the Ukrainians but the POTUS should have a better grip on it.

    http://rt.com/news/254889-ukraine-pe...-russia-putin/



    "Russian President Putin did not agree to a possible deployment of peacekeepers in eastern Ukraine, his spokesman said in response to Kiev’s claims to the contrary.

    Moscow insists that all points of the Minsk agreement are fulfilled first.
    The peacekeeper initiative was discussed on Thursday in a phone conversation between the so-called Normandy Four - the leaders of France, Germany Russia and Ukraine - which brokered the ceasefire agreement between the Ukrainian government and rebel forces. The office of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko claimed in a statement that Russia’s “President Putin agreed to an opportunity of deploying peacekeeping contingent in Donbass.

    That is not true,” Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Friday. “The Russian side never challenged the idea of peacekeepers but neither Russia nor any other party guaranteeing the Minsk deal can agree to it, because first of all the parties in the conflict, i.e. Kiev and Donbass, have to agree on it.”

    He added that Russia believes that any peacekeeper deployment would be relevant only after all points of the Minsk agreement are fully implemented and suggested that the OSCE - as the leading security institution involved in tackling the Ukrainian crisis - should be given priority in the mission"
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    Looking forward to May 9th.

    Vladimir Vladimirovich has got a real party planned with the new tank to unveil and the biggest military parade in history!

    Russia unveils new Armata tank for WW2 victory parade - BBC News

    I am down in Canberra at the moment and the Canberra Symphony Orchestra has a Rimsky-Korsakov and Tchaikovsky double bill at the ANU.




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    Some highlights from the Russian Presidents speech made at the recent rally celebrating the anniversary of the end of WWII.



    We pay tribute to all those who fought to the bitter for every street, every house and every frontier of our Motherland ? President of Russia


    "We remember the historical meeting on the Elbe, and the trust and unity that became our common legacy and an example of unification of peoples – for the sake of peace and stability.
    It is precisely these values that became the foundation of the post-war world order. The United Nations came into existence. And the system of the modern international law has emerged.


    These institutions have proved in practice their effectiveness in resolving disputes and conflicts.

    However, in the last decades, the basic principles of international cooperation have come to be increasingly ignored. These are the principles that have been hard won by mankind as a result of the ordeal of the war.
    We saw attempts to establish a unipolar world. We see the strong-arm block thinking gaining momentum. All that undermines sustainable global development.

    The creation of a system of equal security for all states should become our common task. Such system should be an adequate match to modern threats, and it should rest on a regional and global non-block basis. Only then will we be able to ensure peace and tranquillity on the planet.

    Dear friends,

    We welcome today all our foreign guests while expressing a particular gratitude to the representatives of the countries that fought against Nazism and Japanese militarism.

    Besides the Russian servicemen, parade units of ten other states will march through the Red Square as well. These include soldiers from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Their forefathers fought shoulder to shoulder both at the front and in the rear.
    These also include servicemen from China, which, just like the Soviet Union, lost many millions of people in this war. China was also the main front in the fight against militarism in Asia.
    Indian soldiers fought courageously against the Nazis as well.
    Serbian troops also offered strong and relentless resistance to the fascists.
    Throughout the war our country received strong support from Mongolia.

    These parade ranks include grandsons and great-grandsons of the war generation. The Victory Day is our common holiday. The Great Patriotic War was in fact the battle for the future of the entire humanity.


    We are grateful to the peoples of Great Britain, France and the United States of America for their contribution to the Victory. We are thankful to the anti-fascists of various countries who selflessly fought the enemy as guerrillas and members of the underground resistance, including in Germany itself."


    A somewhat different speech from the leader of the worlds "Exceptional" country recently made to a US audience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh
    A somewhat different speech from the leader of the worlds "Exceptional" country recently made to a US audience.
    It sounds like you buy Putin's rhetoric. How was it different from Obama's.

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    Uh.. hellooo

    Putin isn't try to push his global influence right up the back door of the US.
    Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrG
    How was it different from Obama's.
    Number 1.

    The POTUS calls his country and it's people "exceptional". Shades of another countries leader in the 1930/40's calling it's people "the master race". Different phrase but the same deluded arrogance.

    No such call from the inclusive Putin and other SCO/BRICS/Asian countries leaders.

    I buy anybody's rhetoric which doesn't include enslaving/slaughtering people.

    Number 2.

    The current POTUS's speech on VE day (May 08, 2015):

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press...ersary-v-e-day

    "Today, we pay tribute to all who served. They were patriots, like my grandfather who served in Patton’s Army—soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, coast guard, merchant marines—and the women of the WACs and the WAVES and every branch. They risked their lives, and gave their lives so that we, the people the world over, could live free. They were women who stepped up in unprecedented numbers, manning the home front, and—like my grandmother—building bombers on assembly lines. This was the generation that literally saved the world—that ended the war and laid a foundation for peace."

    Exeptionalism.Not one single mention of anybody but US people.



    Compared to Putins speech (9th May 2015)above:


    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh
    We are grateful to the peoples of Great Britain, France and the United States of America for their contribution to the Victory. We are thankful to the anti-fascists of various countries who selflessly fought the enemy as guerrillas and members of the underground resistance, including in Germany itself."
    Inclusiveness.
    Last edited by OhOh; 12-05-2015 at 11:25 AM.
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