Skip to comments.UKRAINE: Russian Referendum Crowd Deception
Posted on 05/12/2014 7:19:13 AM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
False internet referendum photos were ACTUALLY of 2004 ELECTION year 7:00 am! Also note point of 2004 election history: Many irregularities were reported, including ballot stuffing, intimidation at voting booths and huge numbers of new voters appearing on the electoral rollsin Donetsk alone, half a million more voters were registered for the runoff election. Of course, Yanukovych won all but one of the regions where significant increases in turnout were noted. It was LATER determined by the UKRAINIAN SUPREME COURT that this was in fact due to widespread FANSIFICATION of the results.
Translation: "After the publication of the photos with big queues, I chose to go to schools where the referendum. It is school No. 48 (near dentistry Vishnevski), school No. 54 (intersection AV. Panfilova and artema Street, near the chapel), school No. 13 (near the regional SBU, between Luxembourg and r. Shchorsa). Post the pictures. Made in 12-13 hours.
In General, there are almost no people! as well as. So let no one do not introduce misleading images of queues at polling stations.
Even if gathered somewhere in the morning several hundreds of the most impatient and aggressive, not 700 thousand Shakhtar, having the right to vote.
Sorry for the quality of the photos, because taking pictures next to people in camouflage with guns in their hands and not very comfortable). (Translated by Bing)
And all of those western journos from the BBC,DW, NYTimes, UKGaurdian, etc were just lying, right??
Shades of old Soviet propaganda here...
lol, this report is funny. It’s painfully obvious that it’s propaganda. There were just too many witnesses... where are the thousands of people claiming no one showed up to vote.
All you have to do to know the photos are bogus is look up the weather yesterday. Eastern Ukraine was overcast, not clear and sunny. The photos are 100% bogus.
The weather I checked was for Luhansk.
You REALLY need to stop already! These are photos of exact polling places... true, not EVERY polling site.
Please remember, you didn’t even FIND your photos until AFTER I gave report with real-time photos yesterday.
BTW, as you probably know, reporters questioned voters on site to learn: Ukrainians wanted UNITY of country!
So, any true line of voters does NOT represent agreement with referendum! Rationally, you KNOW Putin would NOT have tried to call it off if he thought he would win!
Also, I thought it was EXTREMELY funny when the one photos posted had few “ballots” on table & the comments on site “Don’t worry, we are expecting ‘reinforcements.’ Must have been the already PREPARED ballots that were confiscated & destroyed.
But, I guess we know now how & why you found YOUR photos proof LOL
Must really suck to be a Nazi in Kiev these days...
Varmintman, It must suck to be a Nazi ANYWHERE! But, antisemitism is within Russian Federation!
Many Ukrainian Jews took part in the anti-Yanukovych protests centered in Kievs Maidan, or Independence Square, in February. Jews participated despite the fact that the protests included a few far-right activists and some political figures have shown anti-Semitic views.
Rabbi Misha Kapustin, whose Reform synagogue in the Crimean capital of Simferopol was recently vandalized with swastikas, acknowledged that some Jews support Russian involvement in the crisis.
Rabbi Kapustin said. You should take into account the effect of Russian propaganda: the television they watch, what papers they read.
For himself, he feels his country is being invaded by foreigners.
How would a Brit feel if another nation invaded London? Thats how I feel as a citizen of Ukraine, Kapustin said.
You may not realize this but on March 3, Ukraines acting president, Oleksandr Turchynov, APPOINTED Svoboda politician Sidor Kizin governor of the Zhytomyr district, pending elections scheduled for May. At the same time, Jewish businessman Igor Kolomoisky was appointed governor of the Dnipropetrovsk district.
So, no nazi OR apparent anti-antisemitism with Kiev Gov’t!
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