Su post me ha dado mucho miedo, casi tanto como las medidas almibaradas que nos recetan regurlarmente desde nuestro "bando"Recomiendo este foro para seguir los eventos;
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En inglés y parte en ruso, tienen un equipo en varios idiomas y está bastante libre de trolls.
Y pregunto a los rusófilos... ¿Cómo es que defendeis al único país asqueado de si mismo, que no lleva ni su bandera?
He encontrado un análisis de los europeos pro-rusos, pequeños partidos ultra-derechistas "identitarios" financiados por el kremlin.
Los falsos nacionalistas... que irónicamente van contra Europa y a favor de Rusia, una Rusia que odia Europa y que la saquearía y trataría como esclavos.
Aqui están sus nombres y partidos.
Aqui un ukraniano criticando su gobierno, (a la vez que rusia), es cierto que el gobierno y el ejercito ukraniano ha manejado muy mal la situación.
Para que no digan que soy totalemente parcial.
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Y algunas imágenes, ya que los putinistas haceis propaganda constante, pues algunas pocas para compensar mínimamente;
Y esta de broma, exagerando las noticias terroríficas y falsas con las que asusta la TV rusa a sus súbditos, con ukranianos come-niños rusos, en serio, es brutal la cantidad de noticias falsas y terribles que inventan.
Ya cite alguna como invenciones de ukranianos robando a rusos en los trenes...
Porque la realidad es mas bien esto;
Esta foto es antigua, de dias antes del referendum, ya la vi pero se me olvido traerla aqui.
Son los votos ya rellenados del "referendum".
Y el que proteste;
Ukrainian soldier says Russian counterparts beat him after he told them to leave Crimea
!Saludad al nuevo g-11!
!Si creiais que la situación es mala, esperad a que vuestro país se convierte en corea del norte, o venezuela!
Leches para poner una frase no cites todo el post.Su post me ha dado mucho miedo, casi tanto como las medidas almibaradas que nos recetan regurlarmente desde nuestro "bando"
Russia's reinforcement of troops near Ukraine has brought the total forces there to as many as 40,000, U.S. officials estimated on Friday, as the United States voiced anxiety over the buildup and called on Moscow to pull back its military.
The U.S. estimates of as many as 35,000 to around 40,000 troops are higher than the more than 30,000 total deployments reported earlier this week by U.S. and European sources familiar with official reporting.
Some European sources remain cautious of increasing the estimates beyond 30,000.
The military buildup is adding to concerns that Russia may again be readying an incursion into Ukraine following its annexation of Crimea, which has triggered the worst stand-off with the West since the Cold War.
"The possibility of another Russian incursion is very real," a U.S. intelligence official said, echoing increasingly ominous statements by other Obama administration officials.
The Russian deployments included the establishment of supply lines and the fielding of a wide range of military forces, U.S. officials say, speaking on condition of anonymity.
These include militia or special forces units made up of Russian fighters wearing uniforms lacking insignia or other identifying markings, similar to the first Russian forces to move into Crimea during Russia's recent military takeover there, according to U.S. and European sources familiar with official reporting.
The Pentagon has said there was no indication that the forces were carrying out the kind of springtime military exercises Moscow has officially cited as the reason for their deployment.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday described the buildup as out of the ordinary.
"You've seen a range of troops massing along that border under the guise of military exercises," he said on CBS "This Morning" in Vatican City. "But these are not what Russia would normally be doing."
Obama said the moves might be no more than an effort to intimidate Ukraine, but could be a precursor to other actions.
"It may be that they've got additional plans," he said in excerpts from an interview with CBS "Evening News," to be broadcast in full on Friday night.
Ukraine's government has put its heavily outnumbered and outgunned forces on alert for an invasion from Russia in the east, following Moscow's takeover of Crimea, as the West moves to isolate Russia diplomatically and pressure it economically.
Ukraine's estimates of Russian forces near the border are far higher than Western figures, with Ukrainian security chief Andriy Parubiy citing nearly 100,000 troops on Thursday, via webcast from Kiev to a U.S. think tank. His comments can be seen here: here
Exactly what Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to do with his forces on the Ukraine border is not known, U.S. officials said.
Some officials say intelligence information available to policymakers regarding what Putin is thinking, and what he is saying to his advisers and military commanders, is fragmentary to non-existent.
Putin has reserved the right to send troops into Ukraine, the eastern part of which is home to a large population of Russian-speakers. On Friday, he said Russia's takeover of Crimea showed off its military prowess.
"The recent events in Crimea were a serious test," Putin was shown saying on state television.
"They demonstrated both the completely new capabilities of our Armed Forces and the high morale of the personnel."