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Lukashenko is Dr Phil

Tampere, Finland

#43 Jun 15, 2010
Hemul2 wrote:
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The same is about Croatia, so what?
Are you sure? Hungary and Austria don"t hate Croatia. They might hate your allies the serb turds but not croats.

Only huge power who hates Croatia is Italy because of Istria.
Hemul2

Russia

#44 Jun 15, 2010
Lukashenko is Dr Phil wrote:
Are you sure? Hungary and Austria don"t hate Croatia. They might hate your allies the serb turds but not croats.
Only huge power who hates Croatia is Italy because of Istria.
The same is about Russia - those who hate us are small in number but very loud.
Lukashenko is Dr Phil

Tampere, Finland

#45 Jun 15, 2010
Hemul2 wrote:
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The same is about Russia - those who hate us are small in number but very loud.
Nobody hates you russians. They just pity you.

Besides if they hated your nation there wouldn"t be so many sex tourists in Russia. Fat americans come there looking for a wife, do they not.
Hemul2

Russia

#46 Jun 15, 2010
Observer wrote:
And what about Stalin's slogan in the Moscow metro then? Slipped your mind did it? LOL!
It would take a lot of time of you to find this "slogan" deeply underground, even if you know the station.

As for monument to Stalin in Gori - it stays on the CENTRAL SQUARE IN FRONT OF LOCAL PARLIAMENT.

+ STATE nuseum of Stalin and another monument on that area.
Observer

Zagreb, Croatia

#47 Jun 15, 2010
Hemul2 wrote:
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The same is about Russia - those who hate us are small in number but very loud.
Small in number? List Russias neighbours and then try counting the number of them that actually like you Russians? That should wake you up from your drunken stuper.
Hemul2

Russia

#48 Jun 15, 2010
Robespierre wrote:
Observer is no Croat; he is a bloody polak!!
Really?!

And which country likes Poland?

(the question is rather rhetorical but still).
Hemul2

Russia

#49 Jun 15, 2010
Observer wrote:
Small in number? List Russias neighbours and then try counting the number of them that actually like you Russians? That should wake you up from your drunken stuper.
So list them - just to demostrate your stupidity.
Observer

Zagreb, Croatia

#50 Jun 15, 2010
Hemul2 wrote:
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Really?!
And which country likes Poland?
(the question is rather rhetorical but still).
The Poles, in contrast to you Russians, are quite popular in Europe. They have no shortage of friends. How many European friends has Russia LOL!

“Hope for Best- Expect Worst”

Since: Jan 07

Somewhere in Colorado

#51 Jun 15, 2010
Yo Wassap wrote:
Go Stalin right?
I was wondering if you were simply a Paranoid Schizophrenic or also a supporter of dictatorial regimes. guess you are the latter.
You know what ass-uming does don't you, it makes you an *ss. Nowhere did I say I support Stalin. You are a typical biased, hate-filled Russophobe, pushing your own misunderstandings on people based on the propoganda you hear in the west and then putting YOUR WORDS IN OTHER PEOPLE'S MOUTH.

Has it ever occured to you that perhaps the People of Russia prefer to develop their democracy in their own time and at the pace the economy will allow. Russia does not need any more destructive meddling from the, greedy and grabby west stealing people or natural resources or attempting to break up Russia because of their idiotic ideas. The country belongs to Russians not to you or the "wonderful west." The west needs to butt out and let the people of Russia decide what they want. It is their right.

And by the way, why are you pushing hate against Russia which has been a democracy for the past two decades while ignoring the RAGINGLY COMMUNIST CHINESE. To whom this country has sent most of its manufacturing jobs, giving the chinese communist government the ability to make money, to steal technology and to push for becoming a new superpower. A communist superpower which hold the USA's 13 Trillion dollar debt.

Seems to me you are busy spreading your biasd, hate-filled Russophobia instead of going after the real communists. Leave Russia alone. Russian will decide what they want and that is their right. Unless you are a Russian citizen you have no business causing trouble.
Observer

Zagreb, Croatia

#52 Jun 15, 2010
Hemul2 wrote:
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So list them - just to demostrate your stupidity.
The question was for you. You do know what a friendly neighbour is don;t you? It's probably one you have not managed to invade and occupy. That should narrow your choice somewhat LOL. Now list them Ivan.
Observer

Zagreb, Croatia

#53 Jun 15, 2010
Hemul2 wrote:
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It would take a lot of time of you to find this "slogan" deeply underground, even if you know the station.
As for monument to Stalin in Gori - it stays on the CENTRAL SQUARE IN FRONT OF LOCAL PARLIAMENT.
+ STATE nuseum of Stalin and another monument on that area.
So it would be alright then if a few statues and monuments were also errected in Moscow in praise of Hitler?

Just a thought!

“Hope for Best- Expect Worst”

Since: Jan 07

Somewhere in Colorado

#54 Jun 15, 2010
Lukashenko is Dr Phil wrote:
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Nobody hates you russians. They just pity you.
Besides if they hated your nation there wouldn"t be so many sex tourists in Russia. Fat americans come there looking for a wife, do they not.
Oh yes they do hate Russia, mainly out of Jealousy. They come looking for the best to bring back to their sadly lacking western countries who have no soul and no decency or artistry.

The western Jealousy over Russia is so thick you can cut it with a knife. But too bad. Russia has the right to decide what Russia wants for their country and it is nobody elese's business. But look how every biased hate-filled Russophobe jumps on the Russia Forum and spews hatred.

“Hope for Best- Expect Worst”

Since: Jan 07

Somewhere in Colorado

#55 Jun 15, 2010
Observer wrote:
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The Poles, in contrast to you Russians, are quite popular in Europe. They have no shortage of friends. How many European friends has Russia LOL!
Plenty! One by one they all want to do business with Russia, upsetting the former Warsaw Pact nations, like Poland, eSStonia, Latvia and Lithuania among others. What is Poland but a whiney, cry=baby nation who whines for attention, as it lives in the long-gone past.

“Hope for Best- Expect Worst”

Since: Jan 07

Somewhere in Colorado

#56 Jun 15, 2010
Hemul2 wrote:
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The same is about Russia - those who hate us are small in number but very loud.
LOL! True. and those that hate Russia are also very Jealous.

“Hope for Best- Expect Worst”

Since: Jan 07

Somewhere in Colorado

#57 Jun 15, 2010
Watchdog wrote:
<quoted text>Where are you from, boy?
If you are not from a tiny state I would fill your country with so much mud in its history that you'll get shocked!
Obviously he is too COWARDLY to say where he is from.
Observer

Zagreb, Croatia

#58 Jun 15, 2010
Stefanya wrote:
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Plenty! One by one they all want to do business with Russia, upsetting the former Warsaw Pact nations, like Poland, eSStonia, Latvia and Lithuania among others. What is Poland but a whiney, cry=baby nation who whines for attention, as it lives in the long-gone past.
Name Russias "European friends" you daft old bat! Go on, list them!

Since: Aug 07

Location hidden

#59 Jun 15, 2010
Observer wrote:
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How many European friends has Russia
By the look of it at least France and Germany.

France today signed an agreement for the transfer of some military technology to Russia, and is ready to sell mavy vessels too.

Germany is Russia's major partner in energy export.

“Hope for Best- Expect Worst”

Since: Jan 07

Somewhere in Colorado

#60 Jun 15, 2010
Observer wrote:
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So it would be alright then if a few statues and monuments were also errected in Moscow in praise of Hitler?
Just a thought!
HItler's statue wouldn't last in Russia, It would be covered with manure and blasted as soon as it was set. Keep Hitler where he belongs.... in Germany.

“MALE PRIDE!”

Since: Nov 09

York, UK

#61 Jun 15, 2010
Hemul2 wrote:
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There's only 1 (one) monument to Stalin INSTALLED in Moscow - his bust on the grave, two others are STORED. And we do not pretend for proud name "Beacon of Democracy"(TM), remaining just "The Stronghold of Tyranny"(TM)
As for Gori, there's at least one more monument to Stalin - in STATE museum of Stalin, besides the monument on central square. What about STATE museum? Is it typical for "Beacon of Democracy"(TM)?
This museum is a place for a tuorist attraction, so it is just natural. Why do you keep the body of Lenin unberried? Well if you call Stalin Evil, then he was the equal evil as well.

“MALE PRIDE!”

Since: Nov 09

York, UK

#62 Jun 15, 2010
Lukashenko is Dr Phil wrote:
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hahahaha russians conquered your loser Caucasus. You were slaves of persians, russians and turks. That is the history of your Caucasus, georgian.
You can brag because of Stalin since he ruled Russia for 30 years but your kavkaz comrades can"t say anything.
He was forced to serve the Emperor because russians ruled Georgia.
Hey cedo, you as usual change your oppinions by 180' as usual, some 4-5 times, there will be no mercy for such dirty elements from now onwards!

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