Aksyonov accuses the USA of organizing water blockade of Crimea.

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  1. zoom_copter66

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    https://www.uawire.org/aksyonov-accuses-the-us-of-organizing-water-blockade-of-crimea


    Vatniks are really funny it seems....first they blamed US&Germany for the "protests" in Moskva....I'm waiting for them to point the finger at the US for the epic rocket **** up of theirs just recently, and now blaming USA for water shortage in Krym.

    Somehow I don't think the Pentagon directed Kyiv in anything. This is all on Putinkas hands with the illegal occupation of Ukranian territory.

    BTW....if this moskali aksyonov says that "there's no water shortage, tourism has increased, and agriculture has adapted" why is this clown blaming the USA....LOL.

    Vatniks lie so much it hurts to laugh.:))
     
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    Surely if Russian flagged warships leave the port of Crimea the US Navy isn't going to open fire. That's literally insane, especially given their pleads over the straight of Hormuz.

    Russia annexed Crimea for a warm water port to evade US sanctions. The idea being that they can begin investment in Africa where nobody gives a flying **** if your kidney beans come from Kansas or Siberia. Much like China has been quietly doing in recent years.

    What, did you think sanctions wouldn't have consequences? I think we too easily forget the lesson of WWI, that a system with alliances on either side is a powder keg. It preserves the peace in the short term, but when war breaks out it is unprecedented.

    When you starve a nation economically, as we eid with Germany following WWI, this creates a situation rife for hyperpartisan politics and escalation.
     
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    @zoom_copter66 You are attacking the person making the argument, rather than the argument itself. You are making a fallacy argument.
     
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    Uh yeah....both. it's hilarious what these idiots will blame US on.....maybe their hemmoroids next?:roflol:.
     
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    @zoom_copter66 Once again, you are attacking their character instead of their argument. You are making a fallacy argument.
     
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    And again....it's not some logically unsound argument.....I am attacking both. They're being misleading by claiming that some foreign interest is behind a water blockade....at the same time claiming there isn't!:))). You're deflecting.
     
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    Your topic is out of bounds and the ball goes other way. You keep saying that Russia plays dirty, but aren't you playing dirty yourself?
     
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    I pretty much don't care what thr russians think about anything
     
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    It's "outta bounds" because you say it's out of bounds:)), and you don't like it.

    Well, yeah, the Russkis invaded a piece of real estate, now claim that a water shortage is somehow our "fault".

    Last I checked the US really didn't annex a part of Europe to claim as their own. :))
     
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    Why don't you tell us how do you know or why do you believe that USA did not pressure Kiev to cut off the water supply?
     
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    Why would they.....this is Putinkas problem....he invaded, let him supply the water. Black Sea is right there.....grab a pipe and start pumping!!
     
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    Are you asking me or telling me?
     
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    Lol....telling you....why would WH tell Kyiv anything.....this is the Kremlinoids problem....
     
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    Let me get something straight. Are you trying to say that Washington has zero influence on Kiev and it's "Kremlinoids" job to influence Kiev?
     
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    First of all, there is enough proof that Washington orchestrated the political coup in Kiev.
    Secondly, there is no proof that Russia elected Donald Trump.
     
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    Let me make this simpler for your small mind......never said DC had Zero influence in Kyiv.....now the case being that the Kremlinoids invaded Crimea, it's up to Putinka to supply the water and not try to lay some silly blame of "water blockade"....like this criminal Aksonov is claiming, who basically gets his talking points from the Moscow dwarfstanian.

    Kremlin should stick a pipe into the Black Sea and start pumping into the peninsula
    and stop Cri-me-a-river!:))
     
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    I see you're using labels like "dwarfstanian" and "vantniks". Are you really expecting us to understand what they mean?
     
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    :roflol:
    Nor Irak's affairs - or Iran - or Libya - or Afghanistan - or Syria - or Somalia - or Venezuela - or Nicaragua - or Cuba - or Mexico - or Korea - or Guatemala - or San Salvador - or Grenada - or Chile - or Honduras - or Panama - or ........... :disbelief:
     
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    He's using smokenik screentanians to confuse you.
     
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    My message was sarcasm.
     
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    Uh yeah....if you're a Russki troll....."vatnik" is a derogatory slang. Usually gets the Russkis going.
    Dwarfstanian implies to the little Putinka in the Kremlin.....you should've figured that out by now.
     
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    ... I didn't know that.
     
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    Everyone in Russia knows, that free tickets in Moscow public transport for older people was forbidden by Barack Obama.
     
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    Before you say anything, it would be nice to know how things really are.
     

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