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Navy, jets, air show: Sevastopol marks V-Day, 70 years of liberation from Nazis (VIDEO)

09.05.2014 12:05

The Crimean Hero City of Sevastopol celebrated Victory Day with a breath-taking air show and a huge naval parade reviewed by President Putin. 70 years from this day, the iconic Russian naval base was liberated from Nazi troops after bloody battles.

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Gyanendra 15.05.2014 21:05

Joseph Swanson 10.05.2014 21:25

“70 years of liberation from Nazis,” only to be replaced with forty four years of the evil ruthless oppressive communist regimes. Yeah, big improvement.

  


and your failed capitalism, and your banksters ? Your subprime titles based on hot air? Your brainless presidents a direct threat to the peace all over the world?

 

Joseph Swanson 10.05.2014 21:25

“70 years of liberation from Nazis,” only to be replaced with forty four years of the evil ruthless oppressive communist regimes. Yeah, big improvement.

 

David Lee 10.05.2014 17:43

The Nazis are coming! The Nazis are coming! They have had 60 years to regroup. There was a plan in place before the war ended to regroup and finance another attempt a world domination. They have had time to tailor, indoctrinate, and orchestrate the Kleptocrates that are, currently, in office.

 

Eastariel Noneofyo-bizniss 10.05.2014 14:34

~ THAT'S DEMOCRACY ~
Russia didn't "take over" Crimea. The Crimeans simply voted to have their government service provider to be the Russian Federation, not the old dial-up-debt dinosaur that t-rexed their voted-in version.
I guess the old government is cranky they lost the business. Sore losers! Maybe they'll just have to be a better government next time.
The land belongs to the people who own it. The Crimeans get to choose whatever government service provider they wish. They expressed their wishes clearly.

 

Glenn Hopkins 10.05.2014 07:06

Tsar Cube 10.05.2014 06:47



US Debt 17 trillion and rising, your point is invalidated.

  



Actually the debt is being paid off and you are right the U.S. Does have debt. The U.S. Is ranked #1 GDP with that debt. I said before I have nothing against Russians. Putin is a different story. As I said before also if Russia is the great almighty they would be calling the shots. Obama took five trillion and made it seventeen. We are closing military bases. I think if we looked aside politics there would be friendship. I felt for Russia during Beslan, and theatre. Invalidated? We still top World GDP.

 

Tsar Cube 10.05.2014 06:47

Glenn Hopkins 10.05.2014 06:24


U.S. GDP #1, Russia #8.

  


US Debt 17 trillion and rising, your point is invalidated.

 

Tsar Cube 10.05.2014 06:47

Mark 10.05.2014 03:47

The symbolic references of this occasion are immense and will endure for centuries to come.
Vladimir Putin is a greatest leader of our times!

  


Indeed, I watched the parade live it was quite beautiful. Putin needs to save the rest of Ukraine from US funded Nazi filth too.

 

Glenn Hopkins 10.05.2014 06:24

Kal-El 09.05.2014 23:19

Russian household income is at unprecedented levels, with payouts in wages and pension. After the recession of the 90's and the crumbling of the Soviet Union, Russia has maneuvered itself into an incredible position. With a power struggle throughout the world, China, India, and the US vying for power Russia has what none of these nations do. The small population neither China or india have, with democracy which again india and china must battle, and GROWTH which india and china have, but the US has reached the point of economic DECLINE

  

U.S. GDP #1, Russia #8.

 

denisovich 10.05.2014 05:58

You won't see and Ukrainian flags flying even though a million Ukranians died fighting in the Crimea. I guess they died for nothing as soldiers usually do.

 

Ariel Fornari 10.05.2014 04:38

A salutation all the way from the Caribbean, to the heroic peoples of Mother Russia who paid the heaviest price during the Great Patriotic War.

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