Ukraine has been taken over by a minority...
...who stated quite frankly the word National Socialism.
Here's what modern life can give us: http://zyalt.livejournal.com/984735.html
And talk about sheer audacity with Obama warning about infringing sovereignty and interfering in another country?!
Quote from: rjhowie on 2014-03-01, 00:16:13And talk about sheer audacity with Obama warning about infringing sovereignty and interfering in another country?! One could also say:"And talk about sheer audacity with Putin warning about infringing sovereignty and interfering in another country?"Hypocrisy rules!cartoon in the TimesThe outcome? The Crimea, a strategic "necessity" for Russia separates from the Ukraine and becomes a Russian Vassal State.
Besides-- Obama, fair is fair. We send our ships, planes and men all over the world trying to make sure that foreign governments are friendly rather than hostile towards us -- or else then we want to warn Russia about interfering with a potentially hostile state on its border. Somehow, I'm not in a mood to blame the Kremlin a whole lot if they choose NOT to listen to Washington.
This business is in Europe's backyard, and if they can't/won't do anything, what can the US do? Nothing. Personally, Americans have grown weary of our meddling abroad. We need to butt out.Now, if Germany were to retool, perhaps....
No, thanks.We ruled Crimea for a very short time before. That was enough. Let the US do it. They have the necessary experiece and the adequate 'tools' for doing so.Besides, based on its high moral grounds the USA enjoys worldwide respect, trust and credibility ... Last but not least Crimea and the Ukraine are also in Russia's backyard. Doesn't seem to make any difference for the USA anyway...
Not mine, I assure you, but there many USAs.
I also know that it isn't the USA of some US residents posting here on DnD neither.But for the world there is only one USA no matter how each of its residents might feel or think. This applies for any other country too, unfortunately.
It seems that Russia's borders now encompass the Crimea. Putin has now control of the Crimea but appears to have lost control of himself.
A bit different.Besides, did you know there was a guy, Khruschov, who in times of the USSR "redivided" the state - on which occasion the Crimea went to Ukraine. Which was not a big deal while there was an empire - but not later, '80s+. By many Russians the peninsula was thought to have been a RUSSIAN stronghold for long, aka "forever"...
"Again I say to you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for Putin to enter the kingdom of God."
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