Day of mourning after Ukrainian plane...

Day of mourning after Ukrainian plane downed

There are 51 comments on the KCCI-TV Des Moines story from Jun 15, 2014, titled Day of mourning after Ukrainian plane downed. In it, KCCI-TV Des Moines reports that:

Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko declared Sunday a day of mourning for 49 people killed when separatists shot down a military plane.

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Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Jun 15, 2014
Day of mourning? LOL They might want to make it a whole week of mourning. Funny how when you start an unnecessary war, it has a way of causing you to mourn a lot. As long as Mr. Candyasss continues to kill "his own people" he can expect "his own people" to fight back.
Live Free or Die

Montpelier, VT

#2 Jun 15, 2014
Spoiled brats always have a way of slithering out of their own responsibilities and blaming others.

Ukraine should be a case study in the "Journal of Child Psychology", It might even appear in the annual conference on "Nature or Nurture: Pathological Tendencies to Homicide in Disfunctional Adolescent Populations."

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Jun 15, 2014
I cannot believe the stupidity of Nazi Candyassss, slaughtering "his own people" like they are dogs. Then gets an upset stomach when they fight back to defend themselves.
Live Free or Die

Montpelier, VT

#4 Jun 15, 2014
Oh, hadn't you heard? He's 'arranging' safe corridors for the women and children to flee the bombs, the ones still left alive that is. Any month now, they'll be in place. He's quite the humanitarian, that Poroshenko.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#5 Jun 15, 2014
Abdurratln wrote:
I cannot believe the stupidity of Nazi Candyassss, slaughtering "his own people" like they are dogs. Then gets an upset stomach when they fight back to defend themselves.
You both arre so full of shit, you make up crap and think people will believe you because they are not familiar with the situation. There was no war in East Ukraine before, there was some disagreements with what Yanukovich was trying to implement ie with the use of Ukrainian language only but no war, not until the proRussians from Russia entered the picture, so you want to point fingers maybe start by telling the truth, your lies are getting a bit tiring.

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Jun 15, 2014
George wrote:
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You both arre so full of shit, you make up crap and think people will believe you because they are not familiar with the situation. There was no war in East Ukraine before, there was some disagreements with what Yanukovich was trying to implement ie with the use of Ukrainian language only but no war, not until the proRussians from Russia entered the picture, so you want to point fingers maybe start by telling the truth, your lies are getting a bit tiring.
he problem with Nazi Candyassss is he is "killing his own people" whether Russia started it or not. But history clearly shows that Putin the Great liberated Crimea without firing one single shot. The shooting started when Nazi Candyassss started shooting. That sick cowardly candyassss bastard is a sore looser. That's HIS problem, not mine.
Live Free or Die

Montpelier, VT

#7 Jun 15, 2014
George wrote:
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You both arre so full of shit, you make up crap and think people will believe you because they are not familiar with the situation. There was no war in East Ukraine before, there was some disagreements with what Yanukovich was trying to implement ie with the use of Ukrainian language only but no war, not until the proRussians from Russia entered the picture, so you want to point fingers maybe start by telling the truth, your lies are getting a bit tiring.
Pure propaganda. It was a grass-roots reaction to the coup in Kiev. You only need view the videos of the vast crowds gathered to celebrate their referendums to realize that. You don't fake that sort of enthusiasm and commitment. It was at the very least, equal to Maidan's.

You're a lousy propagandist.
Live Free or Die

Montpelier, VT

#8 Jun 15, 2014
THAT was the one and only time that Kiev could have pulled the fat from the fire, by sending representatives to hear their complaints out and address them, not through some third party vague promises but by a sincere effort. Instead, they received a vicious reaction from the extremely russophobic junta. The people in the East could read the true nature of this new government very well. It had no intention of being an inclusive government and they understood that from the onset. Civil war is what Kiev wanted and civil war is what it got.

Like I said, either you're a lousy propagandist or a lousy judge of what drives human emotions.
Live Free or Die

Montpelier, VT

#9 Jun 15, 2014
Solomon himself couldn't put Ukraine back together again now.

It's finished.

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Jun 15, 2014
Live Free or Die wrote:
THAT was the one and only time that Kiev could have pulled the fat from the fire, by sending representatives to hear their complaints out and address them, not through some third party vague promises but by a sincere effort. Instead, they received a vicious reaction from the extremely russophobic junta. The people in the East could read the true nature of this new government very well. It had no intention of being an inclusive government and they understood that from the onset. Civil war is what Kiev wanted and civil war is what it got.
Like I said, either you're a lousy propagandist or a lousy judge of what drives human emotions.
George, my old friend, is just plain stupid and very dishonest, even dishonest to his own self.

Since: Aug 09

Minneapolis, MN

#11 Jun 15, 2014
Live Free or Die wrote:
Solomon himself couldn't put Ukraine back together again now.
It's finished.
Humpty Dumpty...
George

Red Deer, Canada

#12 Jun 16, 2014
Live Free or Die wrote:
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Pure propaganda. It was a grass-roots reaction to the coup in Kiev. You only need view the videos of the vast crowds gathered to celebrate their referendums to realize that. You don't fake that sort of enthusiasm and commitment. It was at the very least, equal to Maidan's.
You're a lousy propagandist.
Thank you, I am not a propagandist. There was no coup in Kiev so how are they to react to something that is not there. Russia was a trusted neighbor and Ukrainian soldiers did not want to fire at so called brothers, that will not happen again, the trust is broken, Putin has told his last lie to Ukraine. To you a crowd of 3000 forms out of 2 million and you think it is a staggering crowd, well you got the staggering part right after all they are Russian, and the most part of the crowd was the Russian military. I notice you never acknowledge the tatars or proUkranians in Crimia and their vote, their beatings, their forceful harrassment, why is that? And now the genocide started by the Russians, do you think that is the new democracy the rest of Russia can look forward to???
Live Free or Die

Montpelier, VT

#13 Jun 16, 2014
George wrote:
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Thank you, I am not a propagandist.
Then you're an idiot. Plain and simple. Thanks for clearing that issue up.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#14 Jun 16, 2014
Live Free or Die wrote:
THAT was the one and only time that Kiev could have pulled the fat from the fire, by sending representatives to hear their complaints out and address them, not through some third party vague promises but by a sincere effort. Instead, they received a vicious reaction from the extremely russophobic junta. The people in the East could read the true nature of this new government very well. It had no intention of being an inclusive government and they understood that from the onset. Civil war is what Kiev wanted and civil war is what it got.
Like I said, either you're a lousy propagandist or a lousy judge of what drives human emotions.
Were you born stupid or did that just happen?? East Ukraine did not start the war that was the proRussian terrorists that came to East Ukraine with the intension of stirring up the pot to get unrest from the residents. Even today the Russian speaking people want these guys out and are working with the Ukranian forces to point them out. Petro is making dates to talk with the residents NOT the terrorists to make changes and comprimises. These proRussian terrorists are wanting to rename the area but nothing of the kind will happen, these are people that rob banks, loot stores, and hide behind residents, does that sound like a group that is there for the people??? I think not.
Rusian Assssssss

Canada

#15 Jun 16, 2014
Live Free or Die wrote:
Oh, hadn't you heard? He's 'arranging' safe corridors for the women and children to flee the bombs, the ones still left alive that is. Any month now, they'll be in place. He's quite the humanitarian, that Poroshenko.
Shut your drunken Ruski yap bud!!! and look what that little dwarf Putinko is doing to Ukraine! You're just little Putinko's propaganda slut :D
Live Free or Die

Montpelier, VT

#16 Jun 16, 2014
All because impressionable Ukrainians allowed themselves to be represented by openly fascist parties intent on throwing the electoral process to the winds for their own gains. Such a useless and avoidable tragedy.

Once again, we are reminded that impatience is the mother of stupidity.

Pro Ukraine

UK

#17 Jun 17, 2014
Live Free or Die wrote:
All because impressionable Ukrainians allowed themselves to be represented by openly fascist parties intent on throwing the electoral process to the winds for their own gains. Such a useless and avoidable tragedy.
Once again, we are reminded that impatience is the mother of stupidity.
The mother of stupidity is your mother.:-)
Pro Ukraine

UK

#18 Jun 17, 2014
Abdurratln wrote:
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he problem with Nazi Candyassss is he is "killing his own people's" whether Russia started it or not. But history clearly shows that Putin the Great liberated Crimea without firing one single shot. The shooting started when Nazi Candyassss started shooting. That sick cowardly candyassss bastard is a sore looser. That's HIS problem, not mine.
Putin the Great, LOL! How long before statures of Putin start appearing all over Russia alongside statues of Stalin?
Pro Ukraine

UK

#19 Jun 17, 2014
Live Free or Die wrote:
<quoted text>I'm a lousy propagandist.
If you're the best that Putin's got to offer Ukraine has nothing to fear.:-)
Pro Ukraine

UK

#20 Jun 17, 2014
How many times does dumbass LFOD need telling the reason for his overthrow and why there was no time to lose.
Yanukovich's corruption was well known before that time, just not the extent of it.

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