Joined Nov 19, 2012 at 08:26PM EST
I know independent Rhodesia was a controversial experiment but even people in Zimbabwe think it was better than what they have now.
Goddammit Mississippi get off the internet.
I fap so much that I lost in August.
>Any of them
Did no one actually watch the show?
There wasn’t already a Bill Maher article?
I mean, it’s not like this was the first controversy he’s been involved in.
EBOLA CHAN IN WASHINGTON DC
SHE WILL GRANT HER KISS TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE DOUBTED HER
I feel like RULES OF NATUUUUUUUUUUUUUUURE should be playing as he suplexes the train.
Jesus my knees are bending all on their own!
I…don’t get it?
>try to show “positive abortion” so women don’t feel ashamed of themselves for getting one, arguably an important cause
>look like a sociopathic doofus instead
One job, Emily.
He looks chunky when he’s in his suit, at least.
Apologies. I suppose I should have said “a” dominant political party. Their present influence is enough to be troubling, in my opinion.
They do have close ties to Euromaiden, however, and have seen their share in the balance of power increase since Yanukovych was ousted.
He’s probably referring to the fact that the dominant political party in Ukraine right now (Svoboda) is an ultra nationalist party that’s already working to intimidate anyone who’s against them. Not that Putin is much better.
Make of that what you shall.
There’s a hidden third choice, like how in Final Fantasy 8 in Bahamut’s lair you just fight Ruby Dragons forever unless you pick the hidden option.
Among other sources that I may have forgotten to list, feel free to chew on these if you like.
It is a debatable issue in my opinion, it’s good to get information wherever you can find it.
As you’ll see by looking at the second and third articles, the protests picked up once more (on Feb. 18th, the violence of this day being notably worse than previous incidents) after the anti protest laws were repealed in late January and amnesty was signed into law, so there were efforts at compromise.
With regards to Svoboda, “Nazi” may not be the best term (though they have been accused of being such), but there are undoubtedly antisemitic elements mixed in with ultra-nationalism.
To give you a feel for their tactics, some of the ministers in the party assaulted and forced the resignation of the CEO of the state television channel just because the company broadcasted Putin’s announcement that Crimea would join Russia.
What does it say about the party when people like that have ascended that highly?
BTW/FYI, 135 international observers from 23 different countries said that the so called “gunpoint referendum” in Crimea to join with Russia was legitimate.
This has always just been about the EU getting butthurt that Ukraine has chosen to align closer with Russia than with it.
Outside of the information listed, my understanding is..
>Protesters angry at anti protest laws passed
>Yanukovych repeals 9 of the anti protest laws to appease (I think there were eleven)
>Doesn’t really end up helping, protests pick up a few days later (personally, this seemed a little fishy to me)
>Yanukovych eventually forced to resign
>Nazis now control the government (Seriously, why does no one believe me on this? Svoboda is an ultra-nationalist party)
>I believe splitting behavior is for children unless you’re just a Joker tier bad guy
What might certifiably determine who the “bad guys” are is more details of how people got killed and/or injured during these protests. Some claim the Ukrainian govt. (when Yanukovych was still in) sent undercover agents into the protester organizations to “provoke” the police into attacking the protesters.
Personally, I find that a little outlandish. Killing civilians looks bad however you spin it.
Only that it’s factually incorrect.
Do you have an image of Soviets goosestepping through downtown Kiev or something?
Citation definitely fucking needed.
Who said there are Russians in Kiev?
Congratulations to these “protesters”, they literally helped fucking Nazis take over the government of Ukraine.
Oh, you mean that thing that literally every Ukrainian in Crimea has already done?
Or were you referring to the fact that she was stripped of her license to practice law and labelled a criminal for criticizing a gang of thugs that has attacked and usurped a government that was trying to appease them?
Was it a black and white film?
First thing I noticed about some of the images is that they’re mostly respectful toward her.
Aside from the occasional foot shot, they mostly just consist of what she would look like animated.
Trust me, this fandom could get a lot creepier, don’t jinx it.
Just a reminder that there is absolutely no reason to live on Staten Island.