2 June, 11:31

June 1-2: Eurasian Union's attractiveness increases, civilians bombed in Ukraine, Peter the Bloody’s chocs boycotted

June 1-2: Eurasian Union's attractiveness increases, civilians bombed in Ukraine, Peter the Bloody’s chocs boycotted

Maybe countries like Spain, Portugal, Greece and others in '€URO-Land' should associate to the Eurasian Union and become less attached to the EU!

Currently my country could be called '$.Pain'! Things improve so slowly, and we hardly control our borders and immigration.

Enrique Zahora, Spain

The description of the deliberate bombing of women and children [in eastern Ukraine] fits the scenario that has been previously perpetrated in Syria and Libya. Poroshenko has to go.

Hopefully the Ukraine imbroglio will be resolved because I don't think that the general public realizes how dangerous this situation is.

Steve Wojcyk, Canada

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Privet Russia and the great new Eurasian Union! Maybe countries like Spain, Portugal, Greece and others in '€URO-Land' should associate to that new Union and become less attached to the EU!

Currently my country could be called '$.Pain'! Things improve sooo slowly, and we hardly control our borders and immigration for several stupid reasons, including the '€U' and 'NGO-mafias' political correctness! If Spain and Italy started to send illegal immigrants to the Brussels neighbourhood where the elite lives, the problem would improve dramatically!

European citizens expressed their opposition to EU-IMF policies in the EU election: we chose what we want, not what the establishment expects.

Probably more people will follow the example of Gerard Depardieu and move to Russia: he doesn't want to pay taxes to finance NATO-Bilderberg mess and chaos worldwide!

I think more chocoholics like me will boycott Roshen chocolate: Mr 'CandyMan' Poroshenko behaves in a sour way not respecting Novorossia and the lives of its people. If he's a bully, then let's buy his chocolate! Maybe Angela Merkel can eat most of Roshen 'bittersweet chocolate' now!

Enrique Zahora, Spain

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I sincerely hope that they will settle problems in Ukraine by negotiations.

Piotr Kuryllowicz, Canada

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The comments or accusations made against China have no basis in reality. China is not threatening anyone. It is them who are being threatened and intimidated by America. They said China was destabilizing the region but it is America which is doing this in a series of blatant open moves.
First they set up destabilization procedures quite openly and in the face of the nation being targeted then they open up the orchestra which is their mogul press and other media and accuse the nation they are targeting of being behind all the unrest.

Elijah Traven, U.K.

 

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