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People react as they watch the Russian President make a speech on a huge screen set in the center of the city of Sevastopol, in Crimea, on March 18, 2014. (AFP Photo / Viktor Drachev)
The people of Crimea have returned to Russia. Their right of self-determination has been honored. What's next?
CrossTalking with Manuel Ochsenreiter, Marcus Papadopoulos and Mark Sleboda.
I always enjoy Peter Lavelle's crosstalk. I hope that other provinces of Ukraine get to have referendums like Crimea but I'm not holding my breath considering we're dealing with EU, US, neocon dinosaur neo fascists and extremist lunatics.
US+EU are acting like a pair of juvenile delinquent.US accuses Russia for invading Crimea and allowing a free referendum for Crimean to democratically vote for either staying under Russian rule or not.96% voted to be with Russians,so US+EU unleashed a series of illegal & unjust(uni-lateral) sanctions against Russia.On the same token,would USA,the embodiment of western democracy and free world,hold a referendum in the invaded countries such as Afghanistan,Libya,Ir aq or even Syria and let people make informed decisions,about being ruled under US occupation or not.96% will say death to USA and 4% will say death to US+EU.
if putin sleep on new events could revers the triunph of crimea hi sould take also ucrania eeuu never will stop to endanger the peace on the east
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