Putin: We deserve to meet in Crimea

Putin: We deserve to meet in Crimea

There are 347 comments on the Pravda story from Aug 14, 2014, titled Putin: We deserve to meet in Crimea. In it, Pravda reports that:

Vladimir Putin came nearly four hours late with his long-awaited speech before State Duma deputies and federal ministers in Yalta, Crimea.

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Pro Ukraine

UK

#64 Aug 17, 2014
Red October wrote:
God bless Comrade Putin and all Russian people,long live Russia and it's friends!
Go away!
PROUD TO BE SERB

Port Pirie, Australia

#65 Aug 17, 2014
Pro Ukraine wrote:
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Go away!
No, No, No,- NIET - NIET - NIET;))
We are here to stay. Al the comrades. And friends
Of Russia . We stay strong.

ZIVELA RUSSIA I SRBJIA
Former Marine

El Dorado, AR

#67 Aug 22, 2014
Putin is nothng but a lying azz communist MF.
Ethan Allen

Barnet, VT

#68 Aug 22, 2014
Are you back again, cretin?

Don't you know when you've taken a lickin' and it's time to go back to your nose pickin'?
Pro Ukraine

UK

#69 Aug 23, 2014
Don't you? Now run off back to Putin like the good little Putin youth member you are.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#70 Aug 24, 2014
Pro Ukraine wrote:
Don't you? Now run off back to Putin like the good little Putin youth member you are.
I can see the camp now, 65 teenage boys shaving each others chests and practising their dance steps at night, while learning how to pretend to attack a bear, shoot fish, and ride a horse wearing the bear rug, lol
Former Marine

El Dorado, AR

#71 Aug 28, 2014
1. Sadaam Hussien. 2. Osama Bin Lade. 3. Putin. Two down, one to go.
zoo keeper

Barnet, VT

#72 Aug 28, 2014
LOOK everybody.... a talking monkey!
George

Red Deer, Canada

#73 Sep 2, 2014
Live Free or Die wrote:
Shutup, jughead. My father was a USMC Colonel and in his name, I say - shut the f_k up, fool.
With the lack on intellect and support for the US and democracy, I would say your father was probably a kitchen aide on a ship and peeled potatoes for a job.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#74 Sep 2, 2014
Former Marine wrote:
1. Sadaam Hussien. 2. Osama Bin Lade. 3. Putin. Two down, one to go.
And here comes Poland Lithuania and Nato to help make it 3
Hue

Toronto, Canada

#75 Sep 2, 2014
George wrote:
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And here comes Poland Lithuania and Nato to help make it 3
You bloody Imperialists are dreaming!!!

Your time of terror is up!
I can read

Falkirk, UK

#76 Sep 2, 2014
Hue wrote:
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You bloody Imperialists are dreaming!!!
Your time of terror is up!
You seemed to doge my question about the parts of russia which want independence for some reason.

I'll ask again:

Is it only people in areas where it helps russia where you want self determination or would you want it everywhere?

Do the chechens get a choice?

While I'm asking, how about Tibet?

If you can't answer you'll appear to be a shill purely out to expand russian influence no matter how many people it gets killed.
Islander

Duncan, Canada

#77 Sep 2, 2014
I can read wrote:
<quoted text>
You seemed to doge my question about the parts of russia which want independence for some reason.
I'll ask again:
Is it only people in areas where it helps russia where you want self determination or would you want it everywhere?
Do the chechens get a choice?
While I'm asking, how about Tibet?
If you can't answer you'll appear to be a shill purely out to expand russian influence no matter how many people it gets killed.
Bingo

You win a cookie
Hue

Toronto, Canada

#78 Sep 2, 2014
I can read wrote:
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You seemed to doge my question about the parts of russia which want independence for some reason.
I'll ask again:
Is it only people in areas where it helps russia where you want self determination or would you want it everywhere?
Do the chechens get a choice?
While I'm asking, how about Tibet?
If you can't answer you'll appear to be a shill purely out to expand russian influence no matter how many people it gets killed.
You are behind time. Chechens got independence when Ukraine and the rest of them did. But instead of developing their country, Chechens were making terrorist incursions into Russia, which ended up in war with Russia. The war ended with a compromise; the rebuilding of a country, and Chechnya does not want the independence now. Siberia never wanted the independence, because for centuries their affairs are interdependent with Russia’s. It is Western wishful thinking; as the West never stops working against Russia; now Ukraine is helping them, and destroying itself in the process. Do not blame Russia; it has nothing to do with Ukrainian problems.
Pro Ukraine

UK

#79 Sep 2, 2014
Hue wrote:
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You are behind time. Chechens got independence when Ukraine and the rest of them did. But instead of developing their country, Chechens were making terrorist incursions into Russia, which ended up in war with Russia. The war ended with a compromise; the rebuilding of a country, and Chechnya does not want the independence now. Siberia never wanted the independence, because for centuries their affairs are interdependent with Russia’s. It is Western wishful thinking; as the West never stops working against Russia; now Ukraine is helping them, and destroying itself in the process. Do not blame Russia; it has nothing to do with Ukrainian problems.
What are you talking about? Chechnya has never been independent and Siberia does want independence despite what RT tells you.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#80 Sep 2, 2014
Pro Ukraine wrote:
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What are you talking about? Chechnya has never been independent and Siberia does want independence despite what RT tells you.
I am putting money on Siberia going for the referendum next, possibly with the help of Chechnya and Georgia
Hue

Toronto, Canada

#81 Sep 2, 2014
Pro Ukraine wrote:
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What are you talking about? Chechnya has never been independent and Siberia does want independence despite what RT tells you.
Go to Wikipedia or some other source of historical accounts, rather than rely only on your propaganda masters’ scripts. Chechnya had independence prior to war, and Siberia does not want independence. You should not put too much confidence into some demonstrations on the street; done by handful, Washington paid troublemakers. That’s what Russia and China are constantly exposed to, but they know about it, and keep tap on it.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#82 Sep 2, 2014
Hue wrote:
<quoted text>
Go to Wikipedia or some other source of historical accounts, rather than rely only on your propaganda masters’ scripts. Chechnya had independence prior to war, and Siberia does not want independence. You should not put too much confidence into some demonstrations on the street; done by handful, Washington paid troublemakers. That’s what Russia and China are constantly exposed to, but they know about it, and keep tap on it.
you have just described the proRussian protests in East Ukraine but yet you feel it should have a different outcome, why is that?
I can read

Falkirk, UK

#83 Sep 3, 2014
Hue wrote:
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You are behind time. Chechens got independence when Ukraine and the rest of them did. But instead of developing their country, Chechens were making terrorist incursions into Russia, which ended up in war with Russia. The war ended with a compromise; the rebuilding of a country, and Chechnya does not want the independence now. Siberia never wanted the independence, because for centuries their affairs are interdependent with Russia’s. It is Western wishful thinking; as the West never stops working against Russia; now Ukraine is helping them, and destroying itself in the process. Do not blame Russia; it has nothing to do with Ukrainian problems.
That's quite a bit to type to utterly fail to answer a question:

Should the parts of Russia which want self determination get it?
Pro Ukraine

UK

#84 Sep 3, 2014
Hue wrote:
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Go to Wikipedia or some other source of historical accounts, rather than rely only on your propaganda masters’ scripts. Chechnya had independence prior to war, and Siberia does not want independence. You should not put too much confidence into some demonstrations on the street; done by handful, Washington paid troublemakers. That’s what Russia and China are constantly exposed to, but they know about it, and keep tap on it.
Chechnya was not internationally regonised as being independent.

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