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How else could it have ended up.. when you side with putin..

filth follows.

Thanks for the new link.. it works..

And, here it is.. this is all we need to know.. just ask their supporters on DU..

"The Kremlin denies allegations of censorship or pressure on the media."

Don't read too much into the following.. he just wants to "influence".. ROFL

"He signed a law late last year allowing prosecutors to order providers to block access to sites deemed to have published calls for participation in demonstrations planned without the consent of the government. It took effect on February 1."

Putin's scared

Last Week At CPAC.. Christie Whining About Obama.. This Week..





Daily Kos

Gov. Chris Christie has passed a regulation that blocks automakers from directly selling to consumers in New Jersey, requiring them to go through third-party car dealers instead.

As a direct result, Tesla—the electric car company that reduces our dependence on fossil fuels—must now close its two dealerships in the state.

New Jersey is the third state to kick out Tesla that way, the other two being Arizona and Texas. It is an intentional move on the part of Republican politicians to kill the electric car.

SIGN THE PETITION denouncing Gov. Christie for killing the electric car in New Jersey: http://wefb.it/124E66

I signed Electric Car!

So now we know where some of the Putin Puppet talking points are coming

from.. ron fucking paul.

"He added that Russian President Vladimir Putin has “some law on his side” in Crimea because Russia held a lease on a naval base in the Crimean city of Sevastopol."

Is he stupid?

Now How's That For A Dog Whistle?




, [font size=lg]STUPID!

I appreciate this info.. but, they got Putin's back come hell or highwater. You're

talkin' to a brickwall, geek.

Exactly.. I didn't read that the first time..

Excellent Briliant work, napkinz!

SAVE-Sounds like a plan, William.. there's so many people invested in

trying to make sure RT is the only news source that's viable concerning Russia's actions in the Ukraine. it's mind boggling.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1002&pid=4655175

Interesting.. bookmarking. Thank you, BG

In December of last year, the leader of this neighboring authoritarian regime, Vladimir Putin, offered a deal. From Russia’s hard currency reserves accumulated by the sale of hydrocarbons he was willing to offer a loan of $15 billion, and lower the price of natural gas from Russia. Putin had a couple of little preoccupations, however.

The first was the gay conspiracy. This was a subject that had dominated Russian propaganda throughout last year but which had been essentially absent from Ukraine. Perhaps Ukraine could join in? Yes indeed: the Ukrainian prime minister began to explain to his population that Ukraine could not have closer cooperation with Europe, since the EU was interested chiefly in gay marriage?

Putin’s second preoccupation was something called Eurasia. This was and is Putin’s proposed rival to the European Union, a club of dictatorships meant to include Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan. Again, perhaps Ukraine could join? Yanukovych hesitated here, seeing the trap—the subordination of Ukraine of course meant his own subordination—but he did allow himself to be jollied along toward the necessary policies. He began to act like a proper dictator. He began to kill his own people in significant numbers. He bloodied his hands, making him an unlikely future partner for the European Union.

Enter a lonely, courageous Ukrainian rebel, a leading investigative journalist. A dark-skinned journalist who gets racially profiled by the regime. And a Muslim. And an Afghan. This is Mustafa Nayem, the man who started the revolution. Using social media, he called students and other young people to rally on the main square of Kiev in support of a European choice for Ukraine. That square is called the Maidan, which by the way is an Arab word. During the first few days of the protests the students called it the Euromaidan. Russian propaganda called it, predictably enough, the Gayeuromaidan...

http://www.nybooks.com/blogs/nyrblog/2014/mar/01/ukraine-haze-propaganda/
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