I often hear people arguing that some speech is unprotected under current First Amendment law because it's "hate speech," or asking "Is [X] free speech or is it hate speech? Some of what some label "hate speech" may, depending on the circumstances, fall within the generally quite narrow exceptions for fighting words, threats, incitement, or certain kinds of false statements of fact. But if one thinks a particular scenario or incident is unprotected on those grounds, one needs to mention the specific exception, and explain how the speech fits within that exception.
So were Ukrainian Journalists.
It was aggression, fraud and annexation. There is historic data on this issue. IRI conducted surveys in Crimea inand One can accuse IRI of being biased, though the study details their methodology. They are also consistent with Ukrainian surveys. What would the Putinist libertarians say about the Catholic clergy and Tartars who are now refugees.
It would distinguish principles from Putinism. The desire for a better life is not a CIA conspiracy. I think Ukraine can find greater freedom by embracing its historic role as a borderlandbut the preference for EU membership over Russian-puppet kleptocracy is completely rational.
It is incorrect to claim they orchestrated a coup. Consider this historical context: Somewhere between 3 and 12 million Ukrainians were exterminated by the Soviet Union in a single man-made famine fromand the Great Famine was neither the first nor the last great slaughter of Ukrainians.
In western Ukraine, armed resistance to the Soviet Union, arguably the most brutal regime to have ever exited, lasted until — for a full decade after WWII ended. This was at a time when the United States provided material aid to the Soviet Union, so obviously the resistance was homegrown.
Is it so hard to believe that the inheritors of this legacy are resisting what they perceive as the kleptocracy descended from the Soviet Union which is empowered by a former KGB agent-turned President of Russia?
The evidence for western involvement is as follows: What the hell was doing in Kyiv?
Neither of them mentioned it had been spent since I posted it on my blog with commentary. She seems to choose Arseniy Yatsenyuk as her favorite opposition politician.
This is troubling because he was then appointed Prime Minister for the interim government which is to work until after elections in May. This is evidence of foreign powers hi-jacking the revolution, not orchestrating it. From the moment opposition politicians expressed support for the protests, Ukrainians have been circulating memes ridiculing them.
Vitali Klitschko was sprayed in the face with a fire extinguisher on Maidan when he attempted to address to protesters. I personally attended the funeral of one of the killed protesters. His fellow protester dedicated almost an entire few-minute eulogy to admonishing the opposition politicians.
It seems obviously that the opposition politicians have been were playing catchup to the protests, rather than being their driving force. In my estimation, those are the favorite candidates of the globalists who want to use Ukraine as a foil against Russia.
Curiously, Tymmoshenko is probably also the one favored by Putin, because of previous dealings they had together.
According to them, most protesters get an average payment of grivna, corresponding to about euro. Most of those people get only grivna.
How do I know? My lead software developer traveled to Kyiv every time violence flared up. He, like many Ukrainians, considered it his duty.You write – Kolomoiski is a Ukrainian oligarch and the recently appointed governor of Dnipropetrovsk province.
He is also not only Jewish, but the co-founder and president of the European Jewish Union. But today the question of where the President's loyalties lie is a legitimate one, and it will only grow in urgency after Putin deflected the question about whether he had kompromat on Trump.
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