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Ukraine quits CIS, sets visa regime with Russia, wants Crimea as 'demilitarized zone'

19.03.2014 17:51

The interim government in Kiev says Ukraine will leave the commonwealth of post-Soviet states and force Russians to apply for entry visas, and plans to ask the United Nations to make Crimea a demilitarized zone.

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Terry Ross 20.03.2014 05:50

They should make Western Ukraine a demilitarised, Nazi Free, EU free, US free zone

 

Tsar Cube 20.03.2014 05:43

history8888 20.03.2014 05:38



Jus t like an illiterate fascist

  


I suggest you learn to place Apostrophes in correct locations before you sound like an imbecile again:

[quo te name='history8888' time='20.03.2014 05:37']

Could turn that part of Europe into another Lebanon
if your The Russian version of North Korea's great leader has his Fascist ways,
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So yes I fully agree with you being an illiterate fascist. If you ever get over your as.s pains in the future I might consider replying to you. Good day.

 

Steve Jones 20.03.2014 05:40

May god protect and watch over the true leader of the free world. Snowden I know has the 9/11 truth nuke which will give Putin free reign to do what he pleases at the end of the day. Just listen to Obama, you can tell. Russia could care less about our Charmin toilet paper dollar. He does care though about an IMF ran eastern european country and its Russian people however. I wish these 70 and 80 year old neocons would just there mouths.

 

history8888 20.03.2014 05:37

Blackberry 20.03.2014 05:35



You poor wee thing are you still upset? LOL

Better go and lie down for a while and take your pill. LOL

  


Could turn that part of Europe into another Lebanon
if your The Russian version of North Korea's great leader has his Fascist ways,

 

history8888 20.03.2014 05:33

No 20.03.2014 05:30

Some unelected foreigner wants a part of a Russia as a "demilitarized zone?"
That is a bold request. Will somebody send that fellow to the Duma in Moscow to put in his formal request?
I am sure they are reasonable people and would give him the appropriate forms and show him the way to prepare his request, before entertaining him at dinner.

  


It is disputed territory
stolen by ski masked Russian soldiers with AK 47s
like thieves in the night
in an illegal referendum in violation of international law

 

history8888 20.03.2014 05:30

Ukraine takes more actions toward \
independence after "sham election" in Crimea,

Ukr aine told the rights council that U.N. experts had found no credible evidence of mistreatment of its Russian minority as alleged by Moscow -- one of whose pro-Kremlin newspapers said this week there was "bloodshed almost like in Syria" in the east of the country.

 

No 20.03.2014 05:30

Some unelected foreigner wants a part of a Russia as a "demilitarized zone?"
That is a bold request. Will somebody send that fellow to the Duma in Moscow to put in his formal request?
I am sure they are reasonable people and would give him the appropriate forms and show him the way to prepare his request, before entertaining him at dinner.

 

Tsar Cube 20.03.2014 05:29

James Reese 20.03.2014 05:12

Does Ukraine want to become a colony to western interests, and allow the plunder of natural resources and economic enslavement of the people through debt? Does Ukraine want to be ruled by right wing fascists of Svoboda and Right Sektor? These are important questions.

  


The Kiev mob, represents at the very most 10% of Ukraine. Most people are just too scared or uncertain to make a move right now. Most people would breath easy if Russia just moved tanks in and occupied the whole thing.

 

history8888 20.03.2014 05:27

From The Irish Times
"It is a terrifying sight for Ukraine other ex-Soviet states. But Russia, having never allowed the kind of self-examination that Germany went through after the second World War, does not understand how it is perceived by its neighbours:
Far easier to believe that Ukraine has been infected by the disease of fascism than that it is sick of being dominated by Russia and wants to achieve real independence and move towards Europe".

 

Dot 20.03.2014 05:21

I just took a peek at Yahoo 'news'. Haven't done that in ages. The idiocy is astounding.
I dumped the TV over 10 years ago. Now that I'm clean that way, I can't stand to be in the same room with a TV for more than a couple of minutes.

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