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|#71 - Yes, that is very helpful. Thank you. I actually reme…||03/06/2014 on russia this moment...||0|
|#67 - Thanks, that was very informative. Another question, …||03/06/2014 on russia this moment...||0|
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#132 - 2scared2login (03/06/2014) [-]
Watch the news?
#60 - sedativechunk (03/06/2014) [-]
Recently the Ukrainian president wanted to sign a bill to make Ukraine have stronger ties and relationships with the European Union. Vladimir Putin didn't want this as the majority of their population is Russian speaking citizens and heritage. Specifically, the largest city of Crimea in Ukraine are pro-Russian citizens who many of were opposed to the signing of this bill. Putin decided to intervene on them signing this bill. Ukraine's president/leaders are pissed and wants to go to war with Russia, but they are a relatively poor country and if they went to war, they would probably get roflstomped Putin has so far sent military units into the country but has not engaged in any military action (yet). He said it is a last resort and knowing his history he likes to intimidate people/countries.
There are two sides of the argument here. There are citizens of Ukraine who were legitimately against the signing of the bill which was the catalyst for Putin interfering at all. On the other hand, does Putin really have any say in this considering it's not his country? That is what Obama is upset about. He think's the United States has an obligation to the world to help countries who are small like Ukraine. Personally I feel we shouldn't interfere as we have our own problems to worry about inland.
Underneath the cherry coating, I think the Obama administration as well as the UN is afraid of Russia becoming too powerful by taking over an entire country, if it ever leads to that. It's scary because Putin is not entirely trustworthy and they are a very powerful country with a very militaristic past. These kind of brush fires are things that could eventually lead to a (nuclear) WW III...
#67 - incest (03/06/2014) [-]
Thanks, that was very informative.
Another question, though.
If Russia invaded Ukraine to protect people of Russian heritage and its citizens in another country, could Latvia and Kazakhstan also be at risk? Being that they were once Soviet nations? I mean, what would stop them?
#64 - morskoj (03/06/2014) [-]
Yanukovitch, the ousted and former president of Ukraine, is the one who vetoed the treaty that would give the Ukraine a national trade standing with foreign countries, and also made retarded anti-protest laws overnight without asking anyone, and then he left to Russia like a little bitch.
#59 - morskoj (03/06/2014) [-]
I'll explain what I know to you just to see what I know.
Ukraine is split in terms of culture and politics. The south-east part of Ukraine, butted up against Russia and the Black Sea, is predominantly Russian-speaking and politically sided with Russia, and also think of themselves as Russians. The North-Western side is populated with Ukrainians a racial mishmash of immigrants from the rest of Europe.
The Western side of the country wanted to join the European Union, (EU), which would open up international trade and assist the country's economy. All this bull fuck really started getting heated up last month when the President of Ukraine, Victor Yanukovich, vetoed a treaty that would get Ukraine into the European Union. That's when people started rioting and fucking shit up and taking capital buildings and trying to negotiate with their government. Then Ukrainian officials fucked up again by not being negotiable and the rioting got more intense and a lot of people died. Then Russia moved a bunch of troops into this remote Penninsula in Ukraine called Cremea, and took a Ukrainian military base and all the soldiers weapons. This encounter was bloodless, but it's still being called an Act of War by literally everyone, but Russia does not give a shit.
Does that help?
#45 - themassivefail (03/06/2014) [-]
North Korea could be doing anything right now and we'd have no idea.
Possibly the start of World War 3. Interesting time to be alive.
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#8 - randomituseddie (02/26/2014) [-]
i think that is one reason to put your child up for adoption, but like anything it isn't the only one. so some people may do it to provide the child with a better life, some may do it purely for selfish reasons. i think you are probably right and it's just my pessimistic view on things.
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