Ukrain on the edge of civil war! 32 replies

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JP(NL)

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#11 16 years ago

gee, I wonder why that is.




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#12 16 years ago

heh, well small forces of the police and milirairy (army) have chosen the side of the protestors, that is good news if you ask me.

The ellections clearly have been fraud, if in strucly monitored and checked re-count or even a new election the pro-russian proves Yanukovych to be the true winner i would accept it. But there has been clear fraud so it might be very well possible and likly that Yushchenko has won instead.

I thought i heard that 95%+ of the population apperently had voted and of which 90% voted Yanukovych or something. It was said on in a debate on a crappy commercial channel though so i think that those numbers are incorrect, still the turnup wasway to high to believable and so was the number of people who voted for Yanukovych.




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#13 16 years ago

America supports one guy, and Russia supports the other guy. I wonder how that will work out.




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#14 16 years ago

You forgot europe/the EU... The Nato countries support Viktor Yushchenko, russia supports Yanukovych. And even we missed out many other countries...




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#15 16 years ago

At least the Ukrainians have the guts to revolt against a rigged election. :rolleyes:

I hope they can get a proper president without any bloodshed though.




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#16 16 years ago

Maybe this will be the start of my dream.




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#17 16 years ago
gee, I wonder why that is.

-Stalin starving the whole country to death in the early 30's killing millions. -Disaster at chernobyl was also SU's fault. -Not leaving them alone like trying to enforce a pupet government supporting Moscow. etc, etc.

Maybe this will be the start of my dream.

And what dream is that?




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#18 16 years ago
Stealth3And what dream is that?

The Apocalypse. I can see how it could happen. You know, I'm starting to like that idea too, X-C...




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#19 16 years ago
Communist or Capitalist matters not, living in utopia does not discriminate.

Utopia is physically Impossible




JP(NL)

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#20 16 years ago
Stealth3-Stalin starving the whole country to death in the early 30's killing millions. -Disaster at chernobyl was also SU's fault. -Not leaving them alone like trying to enforce a pupet government supporting Moscow. etc, etc.

uhm, dude. ever heard of sarcasm?