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Putin calls on Crimean Tatars to accept annexation of their homeland
| 16.05.2014 16:20
Posted on 05/16/2014 4:01:18 PM PDT by WhiskeyX
KYIV, May 16 /Ukrinform/. Russian President Vladimir Putin called on the Crimean Tatars to "realize" that their interests must now be linked to Russia.
He stated this during a meeting with representatives of the Crimean Tatar community on the eve of the 70th anniversary of deportation of the Crimean Tatars Friday, a Ukrinform correspondent in Russia reports.
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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Russia
KEYWORDS: crimea; russia; ukraine
posted on 05/16/2014 4:01:18 PM PDT
posted on 05/16/2014 4:21:36 PM PDT
posted on 05/16/2014 4:26:46 PM PDT
PUtin tells Tatars, “Boy, you got to git yo mind right!”.
posted on 05/16/2014 4:28:35 PM PDT
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posted on 05/16/2014 5:02:16 PM PDT
by DJ MacWoW
(The Fed Gov is not one ring to rule them all)
Tartars aren’t having any of that Putlandia BS.
posted on 05/16/2014 5:08:23 PM PDT
(Impeach Obama. That's my New Year's resolution.)
posted on 05/16/2014 5:30:07 PM PDT
(Please, Somebody Impeach the kenyan!!!! Once again dingy hairball, STFU!!! You corrupt POS!!!)
Asking Mongols to submit to anyone is quite the task!
Good luck, Pootie.
posted on 05/16/2014 7:37:33 PM PDT
(Islam Delenda Est - because of what Islam is and because of what Muslims do.)
posted on 05/16/2014 8:09:37 PM PDT
(civil law: commanding what is right and prohibiting what is wrong Blackstone Commentaries I p44)
They’re mohammadens originally imported by the ottomans.
posted on 05/16/2014 10:55:13 PM PDT
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