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#33 - A coup government under any circumstances isn't legitimate. Ev…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/03/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #34 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"The people in Odessa died because the fascist coup government wanted to"

No, the commies in those buildings died because they were pro-Russia separatists.

Once again, think for ONE SECOND what would your country's population react if a minority wanted to secede, declare independence and/or merge with another state, taking a chunk of your country with it?!

That risk is very present here in Romania, more so than in the past years, with the so-called Hungarians in at least 2 Transilvanian districts, they've been crying for "autonomy" (although in RO minorities tend to have more rights than the majority... fucking positive discrimination, eh?) for years, recently they've begun to be more and more vocal.
Take into consideration also that Viktor Orban is also putting on a nice face for Putin. All of a sudden Russia supporting separatist movements in Central-Eastern Europe?!

inb4 Ukraine is at our bloody doorstep.

P.S.: Trust me, you have NO idea how the Russians think and/or react. For instance, since it's recent shit, google what happened to Irina Dovgani, a pro-Ukrainian activist (helping the Ukrainian army with food, clothes, etc).
Neither us, nor Ukrainians have absolutely any reason to not hate Russians, especially after 50 years of their bloody communism (yes, they're VERY proud of "liberating" Europe from fascism... forgetting completely that their "liberating" Red Army became a full-fledged occupational army).
We know all too well how their way of thinking works - crude, shameless deceit & anti-propaganda.

P.P.S.: Romanian anti-communist protesters, after 1989, were also called "fascists" & "legionaries" by, who else, 2nd echelon communist politicians. Politicians who eventually unleashed FUCKING MINERS (google "mineriada") in the center of the city, mauling & killing peaceful protesters (along with devastating the HQ of historical political parties, that were outlawed during the Communist era, where they "conveniently" found "dollars, drugs & propaganda"
#15 - Fascist because of what is being done and how it's applied. Yo…  [+] (15 new replies) 09/03/2014 on (untitled) -1
User avatar #16 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
I fucking hate right OR left wing radicals.

And the fucking Russians deserve what's worse, for what they have done to Ukraine both in the past and now.
Those fucking disidents that were burned to a crisp in Donetsk? Yeah, that's what you get for wanting to rip a country in pieces.

I can ASSURE that the same thing would happen everywhere in the world,in ANY country, if a dumbass minority all of a sudden started declaring independence of a region, putting the integrity of said country in peril.
User avatar #18 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
Go on then, tell me what the big bad Russians did to the Ukraine, the fucking country analogue of the victim player. Their whole fucking mentality is "everyone owes us because of bad things they did", and when a PRETTY FUCKING LARGE "minority" says they do not want anything to do with the new extremist self-proclaimed government- OMG HOW DARE THEY.
User avatar #27 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
FURTHERMORE!

Russia signed in 1994 a treaty in which it guaranteed, along with several other big countries, Ukraine's TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY against Ukraine ceasing its nuclear armament.

Therefore, that is how much Russia's "trust" is worth
User avatar #21 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"Go on then, tell me what the big bad Russians did to the Ukraine"

Oh, I don't know... sending their famous "green men" into Crimea as an invasion force?!
First completely denying those are RU soldiers, later to award them with medals?!?

Russia, at this moment, is THE squatting, drunken Slav of the planet, thinking he's tough shit and can do anything he wants.

We'll see how loved Putin will be in a few months. ESPECIALLY if UK applies the banking sanctions.
User avatar #24 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
Oh, come on! SANCTIONS? This is not even politics, it's child's play. It's like not letting that boy in your kindergarten play with your teddybear because he pulled your hair that one time.
And if you to this day think that CRIMEA DID NOT WHOLEHEARTEDLY WANT TO BE A PART OF RUSSIA then you are a complete idiot. It has ALWAYS BEEN a part of russia prior to USSR and that drunkard of a leader who signed the papers without thinking.
User avatar #26 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
" It has ALWAYS BEEN a part of russia prior to USSR"

Actually... no
User avatar #25 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"Oh, come on! SANCTIONS? This is not even politics, it's child's play. It's like not letting that boy in your kindergarten play with your teddybear because he pulled your hair that one time"

Yes, sanctions. ECONOMICAL sanctions. World's most powerful weapon: MONEY

You might also want to google on how it's already affecting Russia's GDP, their currency and the availability of common goods in stores.
Putin's own people, who crazily love him at 85% trust at the moment, will rip him apart
User avatar #28 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
"Putin's own people, who crazily love him at 85% trust at the moment, will rip him apart"
I may say that this is complete bullshit. Russian people always shat on Putin, and always will be. The fucking Putin- Medvedev play is a circus and the elections are a well known scam.
User avatar #29 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"I may say that this is complete bullshit."

You may think & say that, but most Russian idiots (I'm not denying the existence of level-headed Russians, who actually realize what Putin is) adore him
User avatar #30 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
Sad, but true. Most of the idiots who drink all day and night pray to him as if he was a god, and the grannies vote for him because when he first came things DID become better.
However many of the drunkards also think him and idiot, be it for some level of intelligence or a way to ignite drunk fights.
User avatar #19 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
" says they do not want anything to do with the new extremist self-proclaimed governmen"

Except that the new, COMPLETELY LEGIT government has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING extremist in it. Stop spreading such huge bullshit, fucking commie.

And if they don't like it in Ukraine, they can get their assess in Russia, instead of ripping Ukraine apart because they want to be in Russia.

Absolutely no sympathy for retards like those. It would be like Mexican immigrants would want a piece of Texas or New Mexico to become independent and join Mexico.
I can FUCKING GUARANTEE you they would be shot on sight as traitors to the US.
#33 - meowmrrr (09/03/2014) [-]
A coup government under any circumstances isn't legitimate. Even ukraine's constitution says: "all power within the country is vested in the people" only through elected representatives do you have even a reflection of the will of citizens. when you don't rabid individuals like yourself forget about human right and decency. I wonder if I'll get banned for this... but *sigh* take a closer look. The people in Odessa died because the fascist coup government wanted to scare the population into following all directives unconditionally by burning them alive in the professional unions building and shooting anyone who tried to leave. Keep talking about not being an extremist if you think this is acceptable in any way.
User avatar #34 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"The people in Odessa died because the fascist coup government wanted to"

No, the commies in those buildings died because they were pro-Russia separatists.

Once again, think for ONE SECOND what would your country's population react if a minority wanted to secede, declare independence and/or merge with another state, taking a chunk of your country with it?!

That risk is very present here in Romania, more so than in the past years, with the so-called Hungarians in at least 2 Transilvanian districts, they've been crying for "autonomy" (although in RO minorities tend to have more rights than the majority... fucking positive discrimination, eh?) for years, recently they've begun to be more and more vocal.
Take into consideration also that Viktor Orban is also putting on a nice face for Putin. All of a sudden Russia supporting separatist movements in Central-Eastern Europe?!

inb4 Ukraine is at our bloody doorstep.

P.S.: Trust me, you have NO idea how the Russians think and/or react. For instance, since it's recent shit, google what happened to Irina Dovgani, a pro-Ukrainian activist (helping the Ukrainian army with food, clothes, etc).
Neither us, nor Ukrainians have absolutely any reason to not hate Russians, especially after 50 years of their bloody communism (yes, they're VERY proud of "liberating" Europe from fascism... forgetting completely that their "liberating" Red Army became a full-fledged occupational army).
We know all too well how their way of thinking works - crude, shameless deceit & anti-propaganda.

P.P.S.: Romanian anti-communist protesters, after 1989, were also called "fascists" & "legionaries" by, who else, 2nd echelon communist politicians. Politicians who eventually unleashed FUCKING MINERS (google "mineriada") in the center of the city, mauling & killing peaceful protesters (along with devastating the HQ of historical political parties, that were outlawed during the Communist era, where they "conveniently" found "dollars, drugs & propaganda"
User avatar #22 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
The cities near the border are already full to the brim with immigrants. HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF THEM.
And we are not talking about retards like mexicans, we are talking about russian people who ended up in "ukraine" when the USSR fell apart. It's not like they wanted to end up in a shithole of a country.
And BTW, i'm no commie. I love me private property and elections.
And we are clearly talking about different governments here. How the fuck a group of rebels who came up and said that they now rule over the whole country- even the parts that wanted nothing to do with this bs- is COMPLETELY LEGIT?
User avatar #23 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
" How the fuck a group of rebels who came up and said that they now rule over the whole country- even the parts that wanted nothing to do with this bs- is COMPLETELY LEGIT? "

1) It's not a group or rebels
2) The Euromaidan was a large movement in Kiev (and not only) against Yanukovich, who has betrayed the Ukrainins by formerly promising a trade agreement with the EU, then changing his mind and siding with Russia.
The Euromaidan were as rebels as Romanian protesters & revolutionaries were in 1989, when Ceausescu fell.
3) Elections were held after Yanukovich fled (just like Ceausescu fled, except that he was caught), the actual far-right parties have a completely insignificant ratio in the Duma (Parliament)
4) "It's not like they wanted to end up in a shithole of a country. "
They are free to move their assess in Russia.
5) " I love me private property and elections"
Then you might want to google details and OSCE observers notes about the Crimea referendum, see how "fair" that was
#12 - There is a literal vacuum of anything not anti-Russian in the …  [+] (18 new replies) 09/03/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #36 - tredbear (09/04/2014) [-]
Woah there Charles Dickens, i didn't come here to proof read a novel
User avatar #14 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"when the US installed fascist government in Kiev"

Because anything anti-Russian is "fascist", right?

FUCK Russia, Slava Ukraini!

And this comes from a Romanian!
#15 - meowmrrr (09/03/2014) [-]
Fascist because of what is being done and how it's applied. Your passion is keeping you from a rational assessment of the situation. Do your research. Keep your ultranationalism to your local right wing radicals. I hope your government deals with you accordingly should your "passions" ever drive you to actually harm PEOPLE.
User avatar #16 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
I fucking hate right OR left wing radicals.

And the fucking Russians deserve what's worse, for what they have done to Ukraine both in the past and now.
Those fucking disidents that were burned to a crisp in Donetsk? Yeah, that's what you get for wanting to rip a country in pieces.

I can ASSURE that the same thing would happen everywhere in the world,in ANY country, if a dumbass minority all of a sudden started declaring independence of a region, putting the integrity of said country in peril.
User avatar #18 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
Go on then, tell me what the big bad Russians did to the Ukraine, the fucking country analogue of the victim player. Their whole fucking mentality is "everyone owes us because of bad things they did", and when a PRETTY FUCKING LARGE "minority" says they do not want anything to do with the new extremist self-proclaimed government- OMG HOW DARE THEY.
User avatar #27 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
FURTHERMORE!

Russia signed in 1994 a treaty in which it guaranteed, along with several other big countries, Ukraine's TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY against Ukraine ceasing its nuclear armament.

Therefore, that is how much Russia's "trust" is worth
User avatar #21 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"Go on then, tell me what the big bad Russians did to the Ukraine"

Oh, I don't know... sending their famous "green men" into Crimea as an invasion force?!
First completely denying those are RU soldiers, later to award them with medals?!?

Russia, at this moment, is THE squatting, drunken Slav of the planet, thinking he's tough shit and can do anything he wants.

We'll see how loved Putin will be in a few months. ESPECIALLY if UK applies the banking sanctions.
User avatar #24 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
Oh, come on! SANCTIONS? This is not even politics, it's child's play. It's like not letting that boy in your kindergarten play with your teddybear because he pulled your hair that one time.
And if you to this day think that CRIMEA DID NOT WHOLEHEARTEDLY WANT TO BE A PART OF RUSSIA then you are a complete idiot. It has ALWAYS BEEN a part of russia prior to USSR and that drunkard of a leader who signed the papers without thinking.
User avatar #26 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
" It has ALWAYS BEEN a part of russia prior to USSR"

Actually... no
User avatar #25 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"Oh, come on! SANCTIONS? This is not even politics, it's child's play. It's like not letting that boy in your kindergarten play with your teddybear because he pulled your hair that one time"

Yes, sanctions. ECONOMICAL sanctions. World's most powerful weapon: MONEY

You might also want to google on how it's already affecting Russia's GDP, their currency and the availability of common goods in stores.
Putin's own people, who crazily love him at 85% trust at the moment, will rip him apart
User avatar #28 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
"Putin's own people, who crazily love him at 85% trust at the moment, will rip him apart"
I may say that this is complete bullshit. Russian people always shat on Putin, and always will be. The fucking Putin- Medvedev play is a circus and the elections are a well known scam.
User avatar #29 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"I may say that this is complete bullshit."

You may think & say that, but most Russian idiots (I'm not denying the existence of level-headed Russians, who actually realize what Putin is) adore him
User avatar #30 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
Sad, but true. Most of the idiots who drink all day and night pray to him as if he was a god, and the grannies vote for him because when he first came things DID become better.
However many of the drunkards also think him and idiot, be it for some level of intelligence or a way to ignite drunk fights.
User avatar #19 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
" says they do not want anything to do with the new extremist self-proclaimed governmen"

Except that the new, COMPLETELY LEGIT government has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING extremist in it. Stop spreading such huge bullshit, fucking commie.

And if they don't like it in Ukraine, they can get their assess in Russia, instead of ripping Ukraine apart because they want to be in Russia.

Absolutely no sympathy for retards like those. It would be like Mexican immigrants would want a piece of Texas or New Mexico to become independent and join Mexico.
I can FUCKING GUARANTEE you they would be shot on sight as traitors to the US.
#33 - meowmrrr (09/03/2014) [-]
A coup government under any circumstances isn't legitimate. Even ukraine's constitution says: "all power within the country is vested in the people" only through elected representatives do you have even a reflection of the will of citizens. when you don't rabid individuals like yourself forget about human right and decency. I wonder if I'll get banned for this... but *sigh* take a closer look. The people in Odessa died because the fascist coup government wanted to scare the population into following all directives unconditionally by burning them alive in the professional unions building and shooting anyone who tried to leave. Keep talking about not being an extremist if you think this is acceptable in any way.
User avatar #34 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
"The people in Odessa died because the fascist coup government wanted to"

No, the commies in those buildings died because they were pro-Russia separatists.

Once again, think for ONE SECOND what would your country's population react if a minority wanted to secede, declare independence and/or merge with another state, taking a chunk of your country with it?!

That risk is very present here in Romania, more so than in the past years, with the so-called Hungarians in at least 2 Transilvanian districts, they've been crying for "autonomy" (although in RO minorities tend to have more rights than the majority... fucking positive discrimination, eh?) for years, recently they've begun to be more and more vocal.
Take into consideration also that Viktor Orban is also putting on a nice face for Putin. All of a sudden Russia supporting separatist movements in Central-Eastern Europe?!

inb4 Ukraine is at our bloody doorstep.

P.S.: Trust me, you have NO idea how the Russians think and/or react. For instance, since it's recent shit, google what happened to Irina Dovgani, a pro-Ukrainian activist (helping the Ukrainian army with food, clothes, etc).
Neither us, nor Ukrainians have absolutely any reason to not hate Russians, especially after 50 years of their bloody communism (yes, they're VERY proud of "liberating" Europe from fascism... forgetting completely that their "liberating" Red Army became a full-fledged occupational army).
We know all too well how their way of thinking works - crude, shameless deceit & anti-propaganda.

P.P.S.: Romanian anti-communist protesters, after 1989, were also called "fascists" & "legionaries" by, who else, 2nd echelon communist politicians. Politicians who eventually unleashed FUCKING MINERS (google "mineriada") in the center of the city, mauling & killing peaceful protesters (along with devastating the HQ of historical political parties, that were outlawed during the Communist era, where they "conveniently" found "dollars, drugs & propaganda"
User avatar #22 - tenfinnvo (09/03/2014) [-]
The cities near the border are already full to the brim with immigrants. HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF THEM.
And we are not talking about retards like mexicans, we are talking about russian people who ended up in "ukraine" when the USSR fell apart. It's not like they wanted to end up in a shithole of a country.
And BTW, i'm no commie. I love me private property and elections.
And we are clearly talking about different governments here. How the fuck a group of rebels who came up and said that they now rule over the whole country- even the parts that wanted nothing to do with this bs- is COMPLETELY LEGIT?
User avatar #23 - tkfourtwoone (09/03/2014) [-]
" How the fuck a group of rebels who came up and said that they now rule over the whole country- even the parts that wanted nothing to do with this bs- is COMPLETELY LEGIT? "

1) It's not a group or rebels
2) The Euromaidan was a large movement in Kiev (and not only) against Yanukovich, who has betrayed the Ukrainins by formerly promising a trade agreement with the EU, then changing his mind and siding with Russia.
The Euromaidan were as rebels as Romanian protesters & revolutionaries were in 1989, when Ceausescu fell.
3) Elections were held after Yanukovich fled (just like Ceausescu fled, except that he was caught), the actual far-right parties have a completely insignificant ratio in the Duma (Parliament)
4) "It's not like they wanted to end up in a shithole of a country. "
They are free to move their assess in Russia.
5) " I love me private property and elections"
Then you might want to google details and OSCE observers notes about the Crimea referendum, see how "fair" that was
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#252 - indalx (08/21/2014) [-]
It wasnt me that was saying total bullshit tho
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What is the name of that image? I keep on seeing it and I want to add some.
#61 - meowmrrr (08/21/2014) [-]
don't actually know sorry but the roman (seen here) and the spetsnaz girl appear the most detailed
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