Ukraine war hits economy hard

Ukraine war hits economy hard

There are 36 comments on the Iol.co.za story from Aug 10, 2014, titled Ukraine war hits economy hard. In it, Iol.co.za reports that:

Boys play a game of war in the eastern town of Kramatorsk on Thursday. As the Ukraine enters a ninth month of war and political turbulence, executives across the country are struggling to keep their companies afloat as capital from abroad dries up.

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Etthan Allen

Barnet, VT

#23 Aug 20, 2014
Shock therapy in the East with bombs.

Shock therapy in the West with (what rhymes with bombs?- maybe tombs?)

Ah, what a tangled web we weave when first our democracy we do bereave.
Etthan Allen

Barnet, VT

#24 Aug 20, 2014
"Disputed Scythian gold collection to remain in Netherlands"

ABSOLUTELY!

Do not let Kolomoisky get his greasy little blood-drenched hands on it!
Etthan Allen

Barnet, VT

#25 Aug 20, 2014
Almost 3,000 policemen dismissed or quit service in eastern Ukraine

In late July, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov called for replacing about 20,000 policemen who had “deserted or discredited themselves”

Avakov also voiced concern about the policemen who had failed the polygraph test.

In early March 2014, Avakov said 90% of Interior Ministry senior officers had been dismissed .
over the last three months.
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The junta is imploding.
Etthan Allen

Barnet, VT

#26 Aug 20, 2014
Ukraine, which is sourcing more gas from the European Union and cutting consumption from last year's 50 billion cubic meters, is prepared to compromise on the price until a lawsuit it has filed against Gazprom is resolved, minister Yuri Prodan said.

"We are ready to talk about some kind of reasonable compromise price until the situation is resolved [by the court]...but Gazprom is not taking part in the negotiation process," Prodan told reporters. "There is no compromise yet from Gazprom's side."
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Let the [email protected] freeze. Teach them a good lesson about respect for the democratic process and respect for human lives.

Since: May 14

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#27 Aug 21, 2014
Finns are ever so grateful to Putler for the counter-sanctions. We get pricy dairy products for a nickle, we call them Putin-items, so your loss is our gain ;)

https://twitter.com/Voproskin/status/50236695...
Ethan Allen

Barnet, VT

#28 Aug 21, 2014
Good for you. Enjoy it in health.

Since: May 14

Location hidden

#29 Aug 21, 2014
Tomorrow we get a new Putin-product in the stores. The store manager tweeted about it, but he won't say what product it is:

https://twitter.com/IlkkaAlarotu/status/50245...
Ethan Allen

Barnet, VT

#30 Aug 21, 2014
I'd suggest that you donate some to those civilians starving in the East but I know your vile nature and won't bother.
Oliver Cromwell

Preston, UK

#31 Aug 21, 2014
Ethan Allen wrote:
Imagine NATO's response if Milosevic had encircled Pristina and done to it what Porkshanks is doing now to Lugansk and Donetsk. Imagine the mainstream media's uproar. Imagine the non-stop pontificating from the world's capitals. They did all that without a bombardment of Pristina, in fact. The refugee numbers are comparable. The civilian casualty rate is comparable and most likely even higher in Ukraine.
NATO is a corrupted organization. Not worth the paper its charter is written on. Same goes for the rest.
NATO is a corrupted organization

Not only corrupted, its criminal .
Ethan Allen

Barnet, VT

#32 Aug 21, 2014
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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NATO is a corrupted organization
Not only corrupted, its criminal .
Sad to say but, yes it is.

Certainly Rasmussen himself is a lunatic of exceptional measure.
Lukashenko is Dr Phil

Finland

#33 Aug 21, 2014
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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NATO is a corrupted organization
Not only corrupted, its criminal .
More like a free life insurance for East Europe, if you want to call it that. Poland and the Baltic dives would not be able to defend themselves against the Russian kholkhozniks without NATO. We on the other hand have paid life insurance on both directions with our own money. We didn't stole it from the EU coffers since we are a net contributor. If Putinko doesn't respect years of cooperation and agreements than he is lower than a ukrainka flea bag. Gadaffi had to go because opening up to the west, I get that, and I guess NATO membership is our Gadaffi moment. It would be foolish for Putin to destroy the only neighbour that has at least some ability economically to maintain itself.
Spasoje Djukoanvic

Podgorica, Montenegro

#34 Aug 21, 2014
Lukashenko is Dr Phil wrote:
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More like a free life insurance for East Europe, if you want to call it that. Poland and the Baltic dives would not be able to defend themselves against the Russian kholkhozniks without NATO. We on the other hand have paid life insurance on both directions with our own money. We didn't stole it from the EU coffers since we are a net contributor. If Putinko doesn't respect years of cooperation and agreements than he is lower than a ukrainka flea bag. Gadaffi had to go because opening up to the west, I get that, and I guess NATO membership is our Gadaffi moment. It would be foolish for Putin to destroy the only neighbour that has at least some ability economically to maintain itself.
Mr.Putin is usually pro-Finland.Here He warns that Finland must stay free and never join NATO or else you will lose your sovereignty.
http://rt.com/politics/putin-finland-nato-mis...
Ethan Allen

Barnet, VT

#35 Aug 21, 2014
Spasoje Djukoanvic wrote:
<quoted text>Mr.Putin is usually pro-Finland.Here He warns that Finland must stay free and never join NATO or else you will lose your sovereignty.
http://rt.com/politics/putin-finland-nato-mis...
Oh, don't put it that way. Idiots like Puke and George and the MSM will interpret that as a Putin threat to invade Finland if it decides to join NATO instead of a warning of it's loss of sovereignty to NATO.

Since: May 14

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#36 Aug 22, 2014
Putin-butter is in the Finnish stores today.

0.55 euro - fantastic ;)
Lukashenko is Dr Phil

Finland

#37 Aug 22, 2014
Ethan Allen wrote:
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Oh, don't put it that way. Idiots like Puke and George and the MSM will interpret that as a Putin threat to invade Finland if it decides to join NATO instead of a warning of it's loss of sovereignty to NATO.
The kholkhozniks have babled about NATO, but we don't stay outside because of them. China, America and Russia are equally bad. The question really lies which one is Moe Howard and which one is Curly. Russia had Yeltsin and Brezhnev while America had LBJ and Bush.
Ukr posters paid to post

Vancouver, Canada

#38 Aug 22, 2014
Most of the posters here posting negative about Russia and Putin are paid by Ukraine, specifically by Ignatuk. He has 5 people working on this forum under 17 accounts who post by given topics to them and are paid by one of the main mass media in Ukraine.
CyberBerkut hacked gmail account of the main editor Butusov and uncovered his correspondence.

These accounts were sent to Butusov by Ignatuk in his report on July 15th who said that he has five people working for him on this forum:

Here are the accounts that these five guys use to spread lies for naive English speaking crowds:

1, Friend of Freedom (Canada)
2. TLC (Toronto, Canada)
3. PATHETIC LYING RUSSIA (Port Moody, Canada)
4. Putin is a NAZI PIG (Surrey, Canada)
5. DISGUSTING FASCIST RUSSIA (Surrey, Canada)(Port Moody, Canada)
6. Avenger (Ketchner, Canada)
7. George (Red Deer, Canada)
8. Funny Money (Edmonton, Canada)
9. Hmm (Toronto, Canada)
10. Putin is like Hitler (Regna, Canada)
11. Cujo (Surrey, Canada)
12. Purely Canadian (Spurce Grove, Canada)
13. tm clms (Victoria, Canada)
14. Putin is a LYER and THIEF (Port Moody, Canada)
15. Another ruSSian lie (Toronto, Canada)
16. maz epa (Victoria, Canada)
17. tm cl (Victoria, Canada)

You will find many of these accounts posting in this thread. Be warned - they are paid. There are just five people using different accounts posting sh** on this forum. George is one of them. Better google to get true info.

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