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Statement from our Ukrainian Comrades by Party9999999 Statement from our Ukrainian Comrades by Party9999999

No Pasaran!



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ddrrr Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2014
Crimean people choose join Russia.
and about fascism.....

look new Ukrainian government.....70% of of them far-right.
and 60% neo-nazis. members Right Sector or supporters (collaborationists).
what is Svoboda and Right Sector? that proud people who proud their predecessors.

and their ideals. and their doing en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massacre…

and they not change not a bit.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svoboda_…

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_Se…

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sonrouge Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014
"The Crimean Communists have always been on the side of the citizens of Crimea..."

Except when they disagree with glorious communism.
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BudCharles Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014
Crimea should become its own country and decide for itself who it wants to ally with and what political system it should have, Russia, the USA and Ukraine should all just forget about it before it becomes something worse.
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SCARFACE424242 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Where are the facists all I see is Russia getting back whats rightfully its.
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Zalin-Fox Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014
You mean that country that it has abused for almost a century, bringing unimaginable suffering and pain to for no apparent reason? Ukraine has a long and bitter history with Russia and Crimea is not the 100% Russian clone everyone seems to think it is.
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SCARFACE424242 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Whatever the case maybe if Ukraine is stupid enough to not give it them then when they get wiped off of the map it won't be Russia's fault
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Zalin-Fox Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014
Ukraine would be quite stupid for defending their borders and not just giving Russia a chunk of land that basically is Ukraine's coastline. They would be quite stupid for asserting that they are their own country and that the Soviet days of tyranny are over and they are a free people. They would be quite stupid for thinking that the treaties they signed with the EU, the US, and, yes, Russia, that signified their borders actually meant they were entitled to their own existence. Russia needs to be put in their place, and it seems the EU and US have no desire to do so. So I suppose Russia will continue to bully and harass all their former subject states, most of whom are doing far better than Russia in the economy realm, once freed from the USSR's oppressive grip.
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SCARFACE424242 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
If they dont want to get slaughtered by the Russians the smartest move is to give in to Putin's demands but that doesn't mean the rebels cant stop fighting. The Russian military is a serious force to be reckoned with and Ukraine stands no chance against Russia. Less bodies will pile up if they just give them that goddamned Peninsula
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Zalin-Fox Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014
Im surprised. All the "revolutionary" talk, how we need to fight oppression, yada yada yada... And you would propose they surrender their freedom back to the same people that enslaved them because Putin asked them to? Putin is a merciless dictator, if Ukraine surrenders, there will be suffering and the resulting disgruntlement will undoubtedly make things worse (When was the last time you heard good things about the Caucuses?), dramatically pushing back all the progress they made. And by surrendering, this would mean the largest of the former Soviet states outside Russia is now once again under Moscow's grip, which bodes very ill for the many other Eastern European nations that were finally digging themselves out and on a path of rapid development, nearly catching back up with the developed world.

If they give up Crimea, they just gave up their entire coastline and a huge component to their economy. Separating Crimea severely harms Ukraine's economy, just when things were starting to look bright. Ever heard of Prime Minister Chamberlain? How well did his policies work out? Right.... Lets not repeat history, shall we?
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SCARFACE424242 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Okay okay you have a point. I just dont want American blood being spilled in this. We have to be the world police for some stupid reason and for once I want this nation to tell a country "Your on your own it is not our problem." I feel sorry for Ukraine because of the Chernoyble incident (but believe it or not tourism increased there because of it) and Russia's constant abuse. This won't end like Afghanistan did... Putin should just admit he is staging the "Soviet Reunion"
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