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    Re: If Crimea says 'Da!,' what's next?

    Quote Originally Posted by Quag View Post
    The US has invaded a country with soldiers that have their insignia removed and then denied that invasion for days untill they have a good strong foothold and have put a puppet into power who will hold a referendum to annex part of the country?
    Really when did this happen?
    You keep trying to make this about the USA, it isnt, it is about Putin invading another country.
    We get it you are a Putin apologist and will claim he is lilly white no matter what he does.
    In most places the US intends to invade to topple governments, an army of CIA without insignia has proceeded the military arrival with. No apologist for Putin on everything, but on this issue so far, he's far more legit than the US.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: If Crimea says 'Da!,' what's next?

    Quote Originally Posted by Beaudreaux View Post
    Holy crap Monte??? You support Putin's military invasion, occupation and soon to be annexation of Crimea???
    No Beau! I just don't view the Russian response to the US backed toppling of the elected government in Kiev as you do.
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    Re: If Crimea says 'Da!,' what's next?

    Quote Originally Posted by OldWorldOrder View Post
    Okay that's why you defend that (but seriously lol at the idea that Western intervention spurred the protests). But the US also does things as security measures. And when it does, you don't support it.

    You're just wildly inconsistent. Like you vilify the Western media while you support RT, which is literally owned by the Russian government and commonly considered a mouthpiece for the Kremlin.

    If you want to be anti-authority and "Down with the Man!" that's fine- hilarious, but fine. But be consistent.
    It's lol funny that you still deny US involvement and support for the violent overthrow of the Ukrainian government.

    I am a critic of US media, a tad different than vilifying. Hillary Clinton testified before congress that there's little effective news coming from American "news sources" and that if you want "real news" you're obliged to go to Al Jazeera.

    And when did I say anything about anti authority? And what "man" do you speak of?

    Again, in this situation, with nothing else Putin has ever done considered, his response has been a non-violent police effort to secure his assets and interests, and the US could take lessons on how to do so.
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    Re: If Crimea says 'Da!,' what's next?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    It's lol funny that you still deny US involvement
    Well....yeah, since there's...ya know...no proof.

    and support for the violent overthrow of the Ukrainian government.
    When did I ever say that? Hmmm.

    I am a critic of US media, a tad different than vilifying. Hillary Clinton testified before congress that there's little effective news coming from American "news sources" and that if you want "real news" you're obliged to go to Al Jazeera.
    Okay? So what? What does that have to do with you liking RT?

    And when did I say anything about anti authority? And what "man" do you speak of?
    The US government. Keeping you down, enslaving the world, etc etc!

    Again, in this situation, with nothing else Putin has ever done considered, his response has been a non-violent police effort to secure his assets and interests, and the US could take lessons on how to do so.
    You don't think the US does that? lol
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    Re: If Crimea says 'Da!,' what's next?

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    In most places the US intends to invade to topple governments, an army of CIA without insignia has proceeded the military arrival with. No apologist for Putin on everything, but on this issue so far, he's far more legit than the US.
    You are just a Putin apologist nothing more.
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    Re: If Crimea says 'Da!,' what's next?

    Can you imagine if the US had troops somewhere and then promoted a referendum which resulted in over 95% of the voters supporting US policy? Can you imagine the benefit of the doubt Monte and DaveFagan would give that referendum? They're consistent folks, so it'd probably be exactly the benefit of the doubt they're giving Russia in Crimea.
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