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On Kiev's streets, anti-government protesters see long game ahead
| December 4, 2013
| Kit Gillet,
Posted on 12/04/2013 4:08:11 PM PST by cornelis
After the Ukraine government easily defeated a no-confidence vote and warned that police would use force if necessary, protesters dug in for the long haul.
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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events; Russia
KEYWORDS: eu; europeanunion; georgesoros; neosovietempire; protest; russia; soros; ukraine
posted on 12/04/2013 4:08:11 PM PST
posted on 12/04/2013 4:12:18 PM PST
posted on 12/04/2013 4:14:31 PM PST
I don’t understand why these protestors might think that Vladi Putin doesn’t have their best interests at heart. /s
posted on 12/04/2013 4:14:41 PM PST
posted on 12/04/2013 4:17:09 PM PST
posted on 12/04/2013 4:38:17 PM PST
posted on 12/04/2013 4:55:02 PM PST
As a Mechanical Engineer, I have imagined numerous things that can never be built.
You can’t keep 97% of the US population interested in anything for 14 days, and that includes twerking.
posted on 12/04/2013 4:59:49 PM PST
(Borders, Language, Culture)
posted on 12/04/2013 5:02:06 PM PST
The protestors are primarily Ukrainians from the west of the country that is closer to Europe.
Most Ukrainians live in the east and they’re primarily Russian-speaking and constitute the NovoRossiya. They’re absent from the pro-EU demonstrations.
That makes another Color Revolution unlikely this time around.
posted on 12/04/2013 7:26:31 PM PST
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