You must mean the Crimea here, not the Ukraine. And of course the vote, when being coerced by a foreign country, cannot be taken seriously.In the end Ukraine felt they were getting a better deal with Russia and went with it.
Who in the EU and who in the US were behind this "violent overthrow"? It seems the Ukrainian Parliament is doing alright and have elections planned for May 25.The EU/US didn't like it and immediate supported a violent overthrow of the Ukrainian government and supported the "new" pro-West government.
Why wouldn't Russia |stand for that"? What concern s it of theirs if the Ukraine joins the EU?Russia isn't going to stand for that, no more than we would have, had Ukraine went with the EU deal and Russia had intervened in and supported the violent overthrow of the government and recognised as the "new" government, one that was pro-Russian.
Now you're being silly again.And you know this to be true.