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NATO fights the information battle against Russia

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2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HCV_VVERac

Where are all the fascists in LVIV...

A casual consumer of Russian media might conclude the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, one of the strongholds of the country’s pro-EU uprising, has been overrun by violent fascists.
So a video recently uploaded to YouTube will prove disappointing. Called “Where are all the fascists in Lviv?”, it features a correspondent walking the city’s peaceful streets, interviewing slightly bemused — decidedly un-militant — shoppers.
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2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
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banned#2
Europe had no business courting Ukraine in recent years, it was bound to end up in trouble.

Check out the Budapest agreement to see how badly we let Ukraine down.


Edited By: toshapetriji on Dec 07, 2014 17:25
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toshapetriji
Europe had no business courting Ukraine in recent years, it was bound to end up in trouble.

Check out the Bucharest agreement to see how badly we let Ukraine down.

Is this what you were referring to, how have we let them down or did you mean we havent supported them to defend themselves against Russia?



NATO welcomes Ukraine’s and Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations for membership in NATO. We agreed today that these countries will become members of NATO. Both nations have made valuable contributions to Alliance operations. We welcome the democratic reforms in Ukraine and Georgia and look forward to free and fair parliamentary elections in Georgia in May. MAP is the next step for Ukraine and Georgia on their direct way to membership. Today we make clear that we support these countries’ applications for MAP. Therefore we will now begin a period of intensive engagement with both at a high political level to address the questions still outstanding pertaining to their MAP applications. We have asked Foreign Ministers to make a first assessment of progress at their December 2008 meeting. Foreign Ministers have the authority to decide on the MAP applications of Ukraine and Georgia.
banned#4
davewave
toshapetriji
Europe had no business courting Ukraine in recent years, it was bound to end up in trouble.

Check out the Bucharest agreement to see how badly we let Ukraine down.

Is this what you were referring to, how have we let them down or did you mean we havent supported them to defend themselves against Russia?



NATO welcomes Ukraine’s and Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations for membership in NATO. We agreed today that these countries will become members of NATO. Both nations have made valuable contributions to Alliance operations. We welcome the democratic reforms in Ukraine and Georgia and look forward to free and fair parliamentary elections in Georgia in May. MAP is the next step for Ukraine and Georgia on their direct way to membership. Today we make clear that we support these countries’ applications for MAP. Therefore we will now begin a period of intensive engagement with both at a high political level to address the questions still outstanding pertaining to their MAP applications. We have asked Foreign Ministers to make a first assessment of progress at their December 2008 meeting. Foreign Ministers have the authority to decide on the MAP applications of Ukraine and Georgia.

We led them to believe that aligning with Europe was a wise decision but when push came to shove we did not honour our commitments to them.
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toshapetriji
davewave
toshapetriji
Europe had no business courting Ukraine in recent years, it was bound to end up in trouble.

Check out the Bucharest agreement to see how badly we let Ukraine down.

Is this what you were referring to, how have we let them down or did you mean we havent supported them to defend themselves against Russia?



NATO welcomes Ukraine’s and Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations for membership in NATO. We agreed today that these countries will become members of NATO. Both nations have made valuable contributions to Alliance operations. We welcome the democratic reforms in Ukraine and Georgia and look forward to free and fair parliamentary elections in Georgia in May. MAP is the next step for Ukraine and Georgia on their direct way to membership. Today we make clear that we support these countries’ applications for MAP. Therefore we will now begin a period of intensive engagement with both at a high political level to address the questions still outstanding pertaining to their MAP applications. We have asked Foreign Ministers to make a first assessment of progress at their December 2008 meeting. Foreign Ministers have the authority to decide on the MAP applications of Ukraine and Georgia.

We led them to believe that aligning with Europe was a wise decision but when push came to shove we did not honour our commitments to them.

Russia has reignited the cold war - where everyone loses.
banned#6
davewave
toshapetriji
davewave
toshapetriji
Europe had no business courting Ukraine in recent years, it was bound to end up in trouble.

Check out the Bucharest agreement to see how badly we let Ukraine down.

Is this what you were referring to, how have we let them down or did you mean we havent supported them to defend themselves against Russia?



NATO welcomes Ukraine’s and Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations for membership in NATO. We agreed today that these countries will become members of NATO. Both nations have made valuable contributions to Alliance operations. We welcome the democratic reforms in Ukraine and Georgia and look forward to free and fair parliamentary elections in Georgia in May. MAP is the next step for Ukraine and Georgia on their direct way to membership. Today we make clear that we support these countries’ applications for MAP. Therefore we will now begin a period of intensive engagement with both at a high political level to address the questions still outstanding pertaining to their MAP applications. We have asked Foreign Ministers to make a first assessment of progress at their December 2008 meeting. Foreign Ministers have the authority to decide on the MAP applications of Ukraine and Georgia.

We led them to believe that aligning with Europe was a wise decision but when push came to shove we did not honour our commitments to them.

Russia has reignited the cold war - where everyone loses.

Yup I agree, if someone could deal with Putin we would all be better off.

However NATO really took their eyes off the ball in recent years.
#7
davewave
toshapetriji
davewave
toshapetriji
Europe had no business courting Ukraine in recent years, it was bound to end up in trouble.

Check out the Bucharest agreement to see how badly we let Ukraine down.

Is this what you were referring to, how have we let them down or did you mean we havent supported them to defend themselves against Russia?



NATO welcomes Ukraine’s and Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations for membership in NATO. We agreed today that these countries will become members of NATO. Both nations have made valuable contributions to Alliance operations. We welcome the democratic reforms in Ukraine and Georgia and look forward to free and fair parliamentary elections in Georgia in May. MAP is the next step for Ukraine and Georgia on their direct way to membership. Today we make clear that we support these countries’ applications for MAP. Therefore we will now begin a period of intensive engagement with both at a high political level to address the questions still outstanding pertaining to their MAP applications. We have asked Foreign Ministers to make a first assessment of progress at their December 2008 meeting. Foreign Ministers have the authority to decide on the MAP applications of Ukraine and Georgia.

We led them to believe that aligning with Europe was a wise decision but when push came to shove we did not honour our commitments to them.

Russia has reignited the cold war - where everyone loses.
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