What's the end game for Crimea?


Curious Cdn
Conservative
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#61
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Muellerís been looking for the proof of that accusation for 19 months and has found nothing.

You have no idea what what proof Meuller has found. It is likely that if Meuller had found nothing, he would have folded his investigation months ago.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
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#62  Top Rated Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

You have no idea what what proof Meuller has found. It is likely that if Meuller had found nothing, he would have folded his investigation months ago.

Come now , no body intentionally jumps off the gravy train . Do you not think if Mueller had any evidence it would be plastered all over the Washington Post ? Off course it would . He does have Manafort for lying to the FBI though .
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#63
I hope the US, Canada, and the EU send supply ships up to Mariupol for supplies of the new Naval port, with a naval escort. Dock a carrier in Odessa's naval port, there would be a lot of squealing and squirming from the Russians.
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
-1
#64
Quote: Originally Posted by pgs View Post

Come now , no body intentionally jumps off the gravy train . Do you not think if Mueller had any evidence it would be plastered all over the Washington Post ? Off course it would . He does have Manafort for lying to the FBI though .

Show us done evidence, piggy (aside from Trump's insane ravings) that Meuller is on some sort of gravy train. Don't you think that a qualified guy like Meuller could earn 20x plus in business over what his civil service position is going to pay?

Think it through, pigs. Try not to sprain your brain.
 
Hoid
#65
Mueller took in $42 million from Manafort.

He is making them money.
 
pgs
Free Thinker
#66
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Show us done evidence, piggy (aside from Trump's insane ravings) that Meuller is on some sort of gravy train. Don't you think that a qualified guy like Meuller could earn 20x plus in business over what his civil service position is going to pay?

Think it through, pigs. Try not to sprain your brain.

Could he ? Legally?
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
#67
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

Mueller took in $42 million from Manafort.
He is making them money.

He didn't put it in his pocket, though, which is pigs assertion.

If being a public servant is some sort of gravy train grab while multi-million dollar private sector employment beckons, that's pretty damned thin gravy.

http://www.quora.com/How-much-will-R...es-with-Russia
 
Dixie Cup
Conservative
+3 / -1
#68
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

You have no idea what what proof Meuller has found. It is likely that if Meuller had found nothing, he would have folded his investigation months ago.



No, he's found nothing but is determined to find something so the probe goes on. Funny how the Dems who were more involved with Russians aren't themselves being "probed" but it's idiot Trump so there's gotta be something there!! Too funny!
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
-1
#69
Quote: Originally Posted by Dixie Cup View Post

No, he's found nothing but is determined to find something so the probe goes on. Funny how the Dems who were more involved with Russians aren't themselves being "probed" but it's idiot Trump so there's gotta be something there!! Too funny!

You don't know any of that either way and neither do any of us. One thing is for sure, if Meuller has serious dirt on Trump, it could literally split the United States into two pieces and it all has to be released with extreme care.
 
petros
+1
#70
After 2 years any "dirt" wouldn't sustain life.

If Mueller had soil he'd be stylin'.

Give up.
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
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#71
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

After 2 years any "dirt" wouldn't sustain life.
If Mueller had soil he'd be stylin'.
Give up.

Rubbish. You know zip, zero, nothing and neither do the rest of us.

Meuller has zip, zero, nothing to gain by continuing an empty investigation, so one is led to believe that he has something pretty substantial.
 
MHz
#72
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

The Russian "system" may have changed over time but there has always been powerful institutions there meant to terrorize the populace into obdience. I believe that the word is "Thugocracy".

Call it what you want, the lack of a local Jewish Mafia has not been a blight on the country since about 1995. Links are a work in progress, stay tuned . . .

I'm sure they could add some details about the recent extinction of their ruling class in what could only be deemed to 'collective punishment in the extreme by the Jewish Bankers'. Elephants and Russians never forget.
 
Bone357
#73
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Call it what you want, the lack of a local Jewish Mafia has not been a blight on the country since about 1995. Links are a work in progress, stay tuned . . .
I'm sure they could add some details about the recent extinction of their ruling class in what could only be deemed to 'collective punishment in the extreme by the Jewish Bankers'. Elephants and Russians never forget.

All non-immigrants felt better.
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#74
Ukraine bars entry to Russian males, upping ante in conflict

Quote:

KIEV, Ukraine - Ukrainian officials on Friday upped the ante in the growing confrontation with Russia, announcing a travel ban for most Russian males and searching the home of an influential cleric of the Russian Orthodox Church.
The long-simmering conflict bubbled over Sunday when Russian border guards rammed into and opened fired on three Ukrainian vessels near the Crimean Peninsula, which Moscow annexed in 2014. The vessels were trying to pass through the Kerch Strait on their way to the Sea of Azov. The Russians then captured the ships and 24 crew members.
The Ukrainian parliament on Monday adopted the president's motion to impose martial law in the country for 30 days in the wake of the standoff.
There has been growing hostility between Ukraine and Russia since Moscow's annexation of the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine in 2014. Russia has also supported separatists in Ukraine's east with clandestine dispatches of troops and weapons. Fighting there has killed at least 10,000 people since 2014 but eased somewhat after a 2015 truce.
Petro Tsygykal, chief of the Ukrainian Border Guard Service, announced at a security meeting on Friday that all Russian males between 16 and 60 will be barred from travelling to the country while martial law is in place.
President Petro Poroshenko told the meeting that the measures are taken "in order to prevent the Russian Federation from forming private armies" on Ukrainian soil.
The announcement follows Thursday's decision by U.S. President Donald Trump to scrap the much-anticipated meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Trump said it isn't appropriate for him to meet with Putin since Russia hasn't released the Ukrainian seamen.
Meanwhile, the Ukrainian intelligence agency announced on Friday that they are investigating a senior cleric of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Ihor Guskov, chief of staff of the SBU intelligence agency, told reporters that its officers are searching the home of Father Pavlo, who leads the Pechersk Monastery in Kyiv. He said the cleric is suspected of "inciting hatred."
The Pechersk Monastery, the spiritual centre of Ukraine, is under the jurisdiction of the Russian Orthodox Church.
The Ukrainian church, which has been part of the Russian Orthodox Church for centuries, moved close to forming an independent church — fueled by the conflict with Russia Ukraine's Orthodox communities earlier this year.
There are currently three Orthodox communities in Ukraine, including two breakaway churches. Ukrainian authorities sought to portray the Russian Orthodox clerics in Ukraine as supporting separatists.
Ukraine's president announced on Thursday that the Constantinople patriarchy has approved a decree granting the Ukrainian Orthodox Church independence from the Russian Orthodox Church, a major boost to the president's approval ratings.
Both the Russian Orthodox Church and Russian authorities are strongly against the move and have warned Ukraine not to do it, fearing sectarian violence.
Russian government-appointed ombudswoman for Crimea told Russian news agencies that all the seamen have been transported from a detention centre in Crimea. The three commanders have been taken to Moscow, she said. It wasn't immediately clear where the other 21 have been taken.
A Crimea court earlier this week ruled to keep the Ukrainian seamen behind bars for two months pending the investigation.

 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
#75
War is close.
 
Blackleaf
#76
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

I hope the US, Canada, and the EU send supply ships up to Mariupol for supplies of the new Naval port, with a naval escort. Dock a carrier in Odessa's naval port, there would be a lot of squealing and squirming from the Russians.

It was the EU which started all this.
 
Hoid
#77
It is Putin who started it all.
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
#78
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

It is Putin who started it all.

Some dingbat on here is going to blame it on the Jews before long.

Oye vey.
 
MHz
#79
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Some dingbat on here is going to blame it on the Jews before long.

Oye vey.

What are they supposed to have done now??
 
DaSleeper
+1
#80
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Some dingbat on here is going to blame it on the Jews before long.

Oye vey.

Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

What are they supposed to have done now??

You called it...
It came
Last edited by DaSleeper; 2 weeks ago at 08:36 AM..
 
MHz
#81
When don't I show up to fuk over your day??

Might as well bet on the sun coming up in the east and you wet your panties over it. You win, no way I can top that level of stupid.


So much for either of you having any indigo traits, lol. They are traits, just not the good kind.
 
Hoid
#82
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious Cdn View Post

Some dingbat on here is going to blame it on the Jews before long.

Oye vey.

One?
 
Twin_Moose
Conservative
#83
Quote: Originally Posted by Blackleaf View Post

It was the EU which started all this.

Do tell, I know Ukraine wanted to join until Putin bribed the leadership to change course back into the Russian sphere
 
Blackleaf
#84
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoid View Post

It is Putin who started it all.

No. It is the EU Empire's expansionist policy into Ukraine which started it.
 
Blackleaf
+1
#85
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Do tell, I know Ukraine wanted to join until Putin bribed the leadership to change course back into the Russian sphere

The EU - the only major expansionist empire on the European continent today - blundered into Ukraine, a country it knows little about, and triggered the chain of events leading to the conflict between Europe's two biggest nations.

As Boris Johnson once said: ďIf you want an example of EU foreign policy making on the hoof, and the EUís pretensions to be running a defence policy, that have caused real trouble, then look at what has happened in Ukraine.Ē
 

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