Kiev Is Burning Tonight!

Posted February 18th, 2014 by Iron Mike

Kiev burning
Stun guns and water cannon against the people who do not want to be associated [by force] with Putin’s Russia. 
THIS is why our Founders gave us the 2nd Amendment!

5 Responses to “Kiev Is Burning Tonight!”

  1. Tom

    This is takes us back to the turbulent days of Josef Stalin and his successors who crushed the revolutions in Hungary and Chezcholovakia back during the fifties. The Ukranians were slaughtered by the soviets and they want nothing to do with Putin and his totalitarian light. They know him for what he is, a KGB thug.

    We will help the revolutionaries, I think you know the answer. John Lurch Kerry is too busy preaching the theology of global warming while one of Europe’s largest country dissolves into violence and turmoil. When will the Russian troops arrive? Will there be demonstrations at Sochi?

  2. CajunCountry

    Now this is the ‘man-made global warming’ that Kerry should be worrying about!

  3. Varvara

    I believe Putin was trying to hold off sending troops to Kiev until after Sochi. He wants to look good. Will there be rioting in Sochi, I doubt it. But, Putin will come down hard and heavy in Kiev very soon.

  4. Hawk1776

    Unfortunately I think Varvara is correct. The Olympics end Sunday. On Monday Soviet, I mean Russian, troops will arrive at the request of the Ukrainian government.

  5. Walter Knight

    Anyone who throws a firebomb at the police deserves to be sniped. Throwing bombs is not protesting, it’s assault. Rioters are jeopardizing the independence of The Ukraine by giving Russia a pretext to send troops.

    Ukraine will always be in Russia’s spire in influence. They’ve enjoyed independence so far, but freedom is about to fade into ethnic conflict. This is not about the ‘dictator’ it’s about old ethnic rivalries, something America does not need to be involved in.

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