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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #400 on: March 28, 2017, 12:16:55 PM »
But it's ok when Russia does far worse things. When's the last time the US government assassinated a journalist, Steelrails? I've asked you this before and you'll just change the subject again and go off on a tangent just like Trump.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #401 on: March 28, 2017, 02:57:18 PM »
This is what I meant to post, not MH 370

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines_Flight_17

Have fun with your whataboutism as you defend a bunch of warmongering dictators, Steelrails and Trollrata. Nobody believes your crap other than the other trolls.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #402 on: March 28, 2017, 03:04:41 PM »
https://www.theguardian.com/film/2017/mar/24/power-rangers-russia-age-restriction-lgbt-character

The Russian distributor of Power Rangers has given the film an 18+ rating after criticism from several legislators who complained about the film’s inclusion of a LGBT character.

WDSSPR, the Russian distributor of Power Rangers, informed cinemas on Friday that the film would have the highest possible age restrictions after the hardline legislator Vitaly Milonov suggested it should be banned.



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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #403 on: March 28, 2017, 04:26:35 PM »
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/17/vladimir-putin-admits-russian-military-presence-ukraine

Sending a couple of military advisors does not amount to 'an invasion'.

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http://www.businessinsider.com/list-of-people-putin-is-suspected-of-assassinating-2016-3

Unfounded sensationalist allegations by anti-russian mainstream media.

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Chechen_War

In case you hadn't noticed, Chechnya is in Russia. Security operations within your country (against islamic terrorists armed and instigated by Washington) do not count as 'foreign aggression'.
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #404 on: March 28, 2017, 07:22:32 PM »
MOSCOW -- Russia is seeking to deepen ties with the government of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, seemingly unconcerned by raised eyebrows in the international community.

Russia maintains diplomatic ties with North Korea, and continues to support it, even as the country has isolated itself from most of the international community by repeatedly conducting nuclear weapons and ballistic missile tests. In fact, Russia is now seen by many experts as closer to the North than Pyongyang's traditional ally, China.

http://asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Economy/International-Relations/Moscow-plays-the-North-Korea-card

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #405 on: March 28, 2017, 07:22:33 PM »
This is what I meant to post, not MH 370

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines_Flight_17

Have fun with your whataboutism as you defend a bunch of warmongering dictators, Steelrails and Trollrata. Nobody believes your crap other than the other trolls.

The point we're trying to make is not that Putin is some great guy, its that you're incredibly naive and being willfully ignorant of the United States' policy and the policies of the NeoCon-NeoLib establishment you defend.

This is the same group as Clinton, Bush, Cheney, George 'Slam Dunk' Tenet, James 'What NSA Wiretapping?' Clapper, Henry 'War Criminal in Absentia' Kissinger, and others.

Apparently they are saints and Putin is literally Hitler.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #406 on: March 28, 2017, 07:25:33 PM »
complained about the film’s inclusion of a LGBT character

Stop forcing your lifestyle on others..
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #407 on: March 28, 2017, 08:07:03 PM »
Apparently they are saints and Putin is literally Hitler.

Why not compare Obama to Putin?

I like Obama a lot better. You?

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #408 on: March 28, 2017, 08:54:49 PM »
complained about the film’s inclusion of a LGBT character

Stop forcing your lifestyle on others..

Awww, does poor widdle special Comrade Cosmonaut need a safe space from the scary gay power ranger?


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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #409 on: March 28, 2017, 11:44:04 PM »
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LGBT character

Sorry but the world doesn't want you shoving your confused western weirdo identity in their faces.

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MOSCOW -- Russia is seeking to deepen ties with the government of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

That is what happens when you are determined to create enemies out of nothing and keep forcing them into a corner.

You forced Russia and china together as well.

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for the people of the Ukraine/Crimea and Georgia the US should yell and scream


Crimea was an autonomous republic until 1995 when it was invaded and annexed by the Ukraine. Why didn't your liberal western media shout and scream back then?

 

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So Who Annexed the Crimean Peninsula Then?

Due to the international media’s continued claims about the «annexation of Crimea», it’s been difficult for the citizens of the US and Europe to make sense of the details of the peninsula’s recent history. Exactly three years ago, on March 16, 2014, the Crimeans were offered a choice: to rejoin Russia or to return to the constitution of 1992 that proclaimed Crimea a legal, democratic, secular state whose relationship with Ukraine was based on bilateral agreements. That constitution was unilaterally abolished by Kiev on March 17, 1995, and here’s what’s surprising: no one at that time in the West demanded that the Ukrainian government stop violating the provisions of international law and the rights of the inhabitants of the Crimean peninsula. And then in 1995, special ops forces from the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and the Armed Forces of Ukraine (ZSU) landed in Crimea and Sevastopol in order to establish «Ukrainian law and order», seizing the building housing the Supreme Council of the republic, where the administration of the acting president of Crimea, Yuriy Meshkov, was also headquartered
http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/03/28/so-who-annexed-crimea-peninsular-then.html
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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #410 on: March 29, 2017, 09:16:57 AM »
https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/03/27/world/europe/in-protests-kremlin-fears-a-young-generation-stirring.html

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MOSCOW — The weekend anticorruption protests that roiled Moscow and nearly 100 Russian towns clearly rattled the Kremlin, unprepared for their size and seeming spontaneity. But perhaps the biggest surprise, even to protest leaders themselves, was the youthfulness of the crowds.

A previously apathetic generation of people in their teens and 20s, most of them knowing nothing but 17 years of rule by Vladimir V. Putin, was the most striking face of the demonstrations, the biggest in years.

It is far from clear whether their enthusiasm for challenging the authorities, which has suddenly provided adrenaline to Russia’s beaten-down opposition, will be short-lived or points to a new era. Nor is it clear whether the object of the anger — blatant and unabashed corruption — will infect the popularity of Mr. Putin.

But the harshness of the response to the protests on Sunday — hundreds of people were arrested, in many cases simply for showing up — suggested that Mr. Putin’s hierarchy was taking no chances.

That the Kremlin has been vexed by Mr. Navalny is clear from the authorities’ response to what, in most countries, would be inconsequential protests that merely disrupted traffic. The police arrested protesters in some cases for nothing more than carrying a rubber duck, a symbol of extravagant money reportedly spent on a duck pond at a government residence.


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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #411 on: March 29, 2017, 11:33:46 AM »
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As an Arctic researcher, I’m used to gaps in data. Just over 1% of US Arctic waters have been surveyed to modern standards. In truth, some of the maps we use today haven’t been updated since the second world war. Navigating uncharted waters can prove difficult, but it comes with the territory of working in such a remote part of the world.

Over the past two months though, I’ve been navigating a different type of uncharted territory: the deleting of what little data we have by the Trump administration.

At first, the distress flare of lost data came as a surge of defunct links on 21 January. The US National Strategy for the Arctic, the Implementation Plan for the Strategy, and the report on our progress all gone within a matter of minutes. As I watched more and more links turned red, I frantically combed the internet for archived versions of our country’s most important polar policies.

I had no idea then that this disappearing act had just begun.

Since January, the surge has transformed into a slow, incessant march of deleting datasets, webpages and policies about the Arctic. I now come to expect a weekly email request to replace invalid citations, hoping that someone had the foresight to download statistics about Arctic permafrost thaw or renewable energy in advance of the purge.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/mar/28/arctic-researcher-donald-trump-deleting-my-citations

Among the f***ing stupid things the president of the USA is doing, this one is among the most ridiculous.  There is proof about global warming and he is listening to his business buddies who wnat to push fossil fuels. 

There was some statistic posted in one of the comments that in all but 9 states, renewable energy actually employs more people by 2.5 to 1.

https://thinkprogress.org/clean-energy-more-jobs-than-fossil-fuels-32f615915399

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #412 on: March 29, 2017, 01:16:23 PM »
unprepared for their size and seeming spontaneity. But perhaps the biggest surprise, even to protest leaders themselves, was the youthfulness of the crowds.

The 'surprising number and youthfulness' is due to the fact that the demonstrators were paid by western NGO's.

 In many cases the protesters were underrage and deliberately misinformed by their sponsors into commiting illegalities and protesting in illegal areas so that they would then be arrested and washington could then cry foul about 'police brutalityc.

Washington is up to its usual tricks, fomenting and sponsoring unrest in countries that do not follow their dictates.


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Nor is it clear whether the object of the anger — blatant and unabashed corruption — will infect the popularity of Mr. Putin.

More deliberate misleading reporting by the biased NY times.

The protests were against Medvedev, not Putin  :rolleyes:


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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #413 on: March 29, 2017, 01:28:19 PM »
Crimea was an autonomous republic until 1995 when it was invaded and annexed by the Ukraine[/b]. Why didn't your liberal western media shout and scream back then?

     While not entirely untrue, this is pretty misleading. When the USSR balkanized in 1991, Crimea became the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in the Ukraine: on May 5th the ARC drew up a constitution and proclaimed self governance. The next day that same council then proclaimed to be a part of the Ukraine.
      Since the collapse of the Soviet Empire Crimea has been independent for a total of only a single day. And the "annexation" was bilateral.

     Of course, the Ukraine has done a lot to curtail the ARC's level of autonomy, with the result that Crimeans would much rather belong to Russia than to the Ukraine.
     I feel like the peninsula is going to be a lot like what Cyprus is to Turkey and Greece: a pain in the ass until eventually both sides have had enough and wash their hands of it entirely, leaving the UN to create buffer zones between every neighbourhood to prevent yet another Sarajevo.


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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #414 on: March 29, 2017, 07:38:06 PM »
unprepared for their size and seeming spontaneity. But perhaps the biggest surprise, even to protest leaders themselves, was the youthfulness of the crowds.

The 'surprising number and youthfulness' is due to the fact that the demonstrators were paid by western NGO's.

 In many cases the protesters were underrage and deliberately misinformed by their sponsors into commiting illegalities and protesting in illegal areas so that they would then be arrested and washington could then cry foul about 'police brutalityc.

Washington is up to its usual tricks, fomenting and sponsoring unrest in countries that do not follow their dictates.


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Nor is it clear whether the object of the anger — blatant and unabashed corruption — will infect the popularity of Mr. Putin.

More deliberate misleading reporting by the biased NY times.

The protests were against Medvedev, not Putin  :rolleyes:




Russia has 600,000 “orphans,” although 70 to 90 percent of them have birth parents who are alive. This is Russia’s third great wave of orphans, the first two coming on the heels of the two world wars.

A number of factors are at work, but central to all of them is the lack of assistance to families under stress. Russia traditionally has one approach when dealing with disabled children and children of parents who cannot cope: The state takes custody.

A majority of orphans end up with relatives, but the orphanages also are full. Children’s advocates stress two points: The country must do much more to try to keep children with their families, and when that fails, it should concentrate on promoting adoption and foster care for toddlers and older children.

“But the system doesn’t want to be transformed,” said Boris Altshuler, a longtime advocate for dissidents and children. “It doesn’t want to let children out. The people who run it are protecting a system that destroys Russian families.”


https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/russias-orphans-government-takes-custody-of-children-when-parents-cant-cope/2013/05/02/4d17ff4a-a757-11e2-a8e2-5b98cb59187f_story.html


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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #415 on: March 29, 2017, 11:14:35 PM »
Crimea was an autonomous republic until 1995 when it was invaded and annexed by the Ukraine[/b]. Why didn't your liberal western media shout and scream back then?

     While not entirely untrue, this is pretty misleading. When the USSR balkanized in 1991, Crimea became the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in the Ukraine


Looking at the chronology of events, its clear that Crimea never wanted or consented to be part of Ukraine or separate from Russia.


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Chronology for Crimean Russians in Ukraine

Minorities at Risk Project, Chronology for Crimean Russians in Ukraine, 2004, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/469f38ec2.html [accessed 29 March 2017]

Apr 29, 1954 Under Khrushchev, the Soviet Union transfers the Crimea from the Russian SFSR to the Ukrainian SSR. This move is done in marking the 300th anniversary of the Pereiaslav Agreement which, in large part, marked the beginning of Ukrainian subjugation to the Muscovite Empire. The official party line has declared this the beginning of the long Russo-Ukrainian friendship.

Jan 20, 1991 A referendum is held in the Crimea on restoring autonomy to the region. Over 80% of the electorate participates, of which 93.26% supported the "restoration of the Crimean ASSR as a subject of the USSR and as a party to the Union Treaty."

Jan 1992 The Russian Foreign Ministry and parliament condemn the transfer of Crimea to the Ukraine in 1954.

May 5, 1992 Crimea's parliament declares total independence subject to approval in a referendum to be held in August 1992.

May 13, 1992 The Ukrainian parliament declares the Crimean parliament's independence declaration unconstitutional and gives them until May 20 to rescind it. They also give President Kravchuk the power to use all necessary means to halt Crimean independence.

May 21, 1992 The Russian parliament passes a resolution declaring the 1954 transfer of Crimea illegal and calling for negotiations on the future of Crimea. This move is supported by some Russian nationalists and Communists in Crimea.

Jan 10, 1993 Over 2,000 protesters hold an unauthorized demonstration in Sevastopol calling for separation from Ukraine

Jan 18 - 20, 1993 Anti-Ukrainian demonstrations again take place in Sevastopol and Simferopol. This time they are organized by the All Crimean Movement of Electors for a Crimean Republic, the Republican Movement of Crimea, Yedinstvo, and the Union of Communists. Demands include the transfer of Crimea back to Russian jurisdiction and early elections be held for all government bodies.

Jul 16, 1993 The anti-Ukrainian Popular Assembly declares that only Russian laws should be valid in the city of Sevastopol, new elections to the city council should be held, Sevastopol deputies in Kiev should be dismissed and new elections for deputies to be sent to Russia should be held, the Ukrainian naval headquarters should be removed forcibly from Sevastopol, and Russia should cut off oil deliveries to Ukraine. The declarations are accompanied by anti-Ukrainian / pro-Russian demonstrations. Meshkov makes statement that once Sevastopol is reunited with Russia, the rest of Crimea would soon follow. Non-Russians throughout Crimea and in Kiev denounce the statement. Most of these sentiments are not held by Russians in the rest of Ukraine. Many Crimean Russians yearn for a return to the Soviet Union and re-establishment of Soviet authority in Ukraine.

Aug 23, 1994 The Sevastopol city council decided to declare Sevastopol a Russian city, making the city subject only to Russian legislation. The resolution was backed by 36 of the 42 members and was immediately denounced as illegal by Ukrainian authorities.

Mar 1995 The Ukrainian parliament rescinded Crimea's constitution and abolished the post of Crimean President. 

Feb 23, 1997 Crimean communists attending a meeting in Simferopol have called on authorities to cut off relations with NATO. The Congress of the Russian People called on Russian and Ukrainian leaders to immediately sign a defensive union recognizing Sevastopol as the main base of the Black Sea Fleet.

Mar 18, 1997 Riot police in Crimea prevented about 1000 protestors from storming the parliament building in Simferopol during a demonstration calling for the return of the peninsula to Russia. Pro-Russian communist groups organized the demonstration which was attended by about 5000 people.

http://www.refworld.org/docid/469f38ec2.html



Funny how the western media constantly portrays Crimea as poor people brutally annexed by Russia against their will.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Even Wikipedia leaves out vast portions of history in its rush to declare Crimea a part of Ukraine.

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #416 on: March 30, 2017, 12:11:08 AM »
Hi Liberals!

Trump is still president, and the alt right is still in charge of the White House!

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #417 on: March 30, 2017, 12:41:25 AM »
Russia has 600,000 “orphans,” although 70 to 90 percent of them have birth parents who are alive. This is Russia’s third great wave of orphans, the first two coming on the heels of the two world wars.

https//www.washingtonpost.com/


So your point is.... we should hate russian people because they have orphans?



Their media hate propaganda campaign against russia (which you are recycling) is essentially no different in spirit and intention, to what they print in north korea.



Congratulations






When it comes to creating fear and hatred of a foreign nation and leadership, Washington is now at the same level as Pyongyang.


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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #418 on: March 30, 2017, 03:54:38 AM »
Hi Liberals!

Trump is still president, and the alt right is still in charge of the White House!

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http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/17/03/28/trump-scraps-epa-regulations-limiting-air-pollution-from-fossil-fuels/

This makes you happy?

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Re: When will Trump be impeached?
« Reply #419 on: March 30, 2017, 04:06:50 AM »
There are, indeed, very few people who believe air pollution — specifically “fine particulate” pollution, or PM2.5 — doesn’t cause death. Those who do, however, are getting louder and gaining influence in conservative political circles and inside President Donald Trump’s administration. These air-pollution deniers have just one hope: the repeal of clean-air regulations that have long protected Americans’ health.

At last month’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), during a little-noticed panel on climate change and environmental regulation, air pollution denial was rampant and went unchallenged. Steve Milloy, formerly a paid flack for the tobacco and fossil fuel industries and member of Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency transition team, argued that excessive air pollution is not linked to premature death. “My particular interest is air pollution,” Milloy said, alleging that EPA’s scientists are inherently biased. “These people validate and rubber-stamp the EPA’s conclusion that air pollution kills people.” Milloy also said, baselessly, that EPA scientists are “paying for the science it wants,” and that Trump must change the research process at the agency.

It is extensively proven, and widely accepted, that air pollution can harm humans, which is why the government regulates it. PM2.5 refers to tiny particles that are 2.5 micrometers or less in diameter — small enough to penetrate deep into the circulatory system and potentially infiltrate the central nervous system. The particles range in composition, originating anywhere from cement dust to tobacco smoke to pollen.

http://grist.org/article/now-there-are-air-pollution-deniers-too/