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‘Ukraine turned into arena of confrontation between external forces’

02.07.2014 09:03

The last anti-fascist hero of Europe believes that Ukrainians should determine their own destiny, without the interference of any foreign players or international brigades.

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Dean L 02.07.2014 19:08

"European Nazi and right-wing parties appeared the most active in supporting southeastern Ukraine. Greek Nazis share their enthusiasm. How would you explain it?"

T his is followed by a desperate attempt to explain why Nazis love Russia so much. Despite them calling Ukrainians Nazis, Russian political views are very similar to Nazi political views.

 

Michael P. Robb 02.07.2014 18:12

Manolis Glezos, a Greek politician, is the most "renounced" ; European anti-Nazi hero

I think that is "renown. "

 

George Sharkey 02.07.2014 16:42

I agree with Manolis, Germany is in Europe and there for should be the leader, America I do not believe would have Europe's best interests at heart.

 

Vincenzo La Chimera 02.07.2014 16:38

The interview ends like the reporter just handed a tape to a lackey to write the interview and the tape ran out in the middle of the interview. It will be interesting to read about the noise he makes in Brussels.

 

magas86 02.07.2014 16:28

Hey guys, he was not alone in dealing with the downing of the nazi flag. He and his friend Lakis Santas did it together. Glezos has always been more politically active, but Santas had balls and was a hero too.

No offense ladies you got balls too...they are simply inside you :P I love you all, the bad ones especially, you wounded little babies...

 

Pan Intendyd 02.07.2014 14:00

Chelovek 02.07.2014 11:38

' When did the USSRs receive the apology? And what does 'technical' mean?

  


"Technical&q uot; means formal.

What sort of apology USSR should have received? And form whom?

 

Chelovek 02.07.2014 11:38

Now this is new for me.. 'Greece Remains only country that never seen technical apology..' When did the USSRs receive the apology? And what does 'technical' mean?

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