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  Oleksa Єromіn
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12:48 13.12.2018
Redhead (Expat), Re Spanish songs. Yesterday I have found a very nice song in Spanish by French singer Soha:

I am don't know anything about genres, but it is said that she sings R&B.
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22:26 14.12.2018
Oleksa Єromіn (WILDTRACER) wrote in reply to post:
> Have you studied the revolutionary Syrian ideology? Because the Western journalists tell that rebels are as secularised as Assad and even more (paying attention to his relationships with Shia Iran).
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Assad has close ties to Shia Iran indeed, but that dosen't make him less secular. Look, Britain is in love with Saudi Arabia. They are also helping them to invade Yemen, but that dosen't make Brits less secular, does it?)

And what particular groups of rebels in your opinion we can call secular?
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22:41 14.12.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> What I was trying to say is that when we discussed politics in general — Russian opposition, etc. — you sometimes dropped the conversation and started posting cute pics. As much as I love your pics, you were just overdoing it sometimes, it came across as if you were shying away from the discussion cause you lacked arguments. I still think your arguments about «freaks and assclowns» as regards the Russian opposition are very weak. I don't want to discuss the crimes of Britain. Because — the truth be known, I don't know history very well at all, so there is no point.
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Well, this thread is about figure skating and anything we like. That's why I'm desperately trying to keep it positive and all of a sudden I post here pics and videos related to figure skating.

Back to Russian opposition. I guess you can hardly recognize anyone of them but Navalny and Sobchak.
As I said before, I've posted not just random freaks as you've thought. They are Елена «груз 200» Васильева, Екатерина Мальдон, Павел Шехтман and some others. They aren't as famous as Navalny, but they are known to many people in Russia and in Ukraine.
I guess Oleksa Єromіn at least is aware about Васильева and her project «Груз 200».

And I never shy away from discussion especially because of the lack of arguments. I always have plenty of them.

I know that you can't stand foreigners who critisice Britain. Here in Russia we call it «ура-патриотизм».
So I decided to help you save your face and suggested not to discuss it (crimes of Britain) here any longer. I thought you will gladly accept my offer. Imagine my surprise when you tried to mock me.

For me it was like:
— I want to drop it before things go fugly
— ha ha, you are afraid to disscuss it with me
— ok, let's discuss it
— No, I don't want to discuss it



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22:46 14.12.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> About Chechnya — I am sure it is just your propaganda
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You dobut you country openly supported Maskhadov or you doubt he helped to spread radical Islam in Chechnya?
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22:53 14.12.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> They are telling you that all the opposition to Assad are radicals and ISIS, but it is not true. It just isn't. I met a Syrian lady here (she is half Syrian — her Dad is English, her Mom was Syrian) and she told me that when Assad came to power last time round — no one wanted him. People don't want him — the majority of people. What can you do? Nothing. Propping Assad in power will only make the situation worse and prolong their suffering.
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You got me wrong as usual. It's not about a lady who dosen't support Assad living in Britain. It's about people who fight him with weapons in their hands and who will take his place in case of his defeat.
And why do you think that the majority is against Assad. I have a friend, he is in Syria right now. He never told me before that majority is against Assad. You need a poll to determine this.
I don't mind if Assad goes. But you need a fn plan for Syria. Your government together with the US dosen't have any. Or they hide it. But judging on what they did to Libia and Iraq, they will do the same in Syria if they win.
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23:00 14.12.2018
Redhead (Expat) wrote in reply to post:
> She is amazing very classy, I told you that before I think as well. That video of an Angel was great. She is in a league of her own really. She is so beautiful, she would look great in anything she wears, so — never mind about the dress.
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Russian Nationals are coming. Girls who will turn senior next year (fans call them AAA — Alena, Anna and Alexandra) will be allowed to compete against seniors. Remember my very first post in this thread?

Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> I feel for Evgenia. There is no way her dream to become olympic champion can come true. Her former coach has too many talented girls who will surpass her by 2022. Some of them can give her a lot of run for her money right now.
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I knew it was coming, but I didn't expect it to happen so early. I wish all of them clean skates. It is very important competiton. A failure there will be really costly for any one. Even for Zagitova who is a reining olympic champion.
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23:02 14.12.2018
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  Oleksa Єromіn
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23:09 14.12.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Oleksa Єromіn (WILDTRACER) wrote in reply to post:
>> Have you studied the revolutionary Syrian ideology? Because the Western journalists tell that rebels are as secularised as Assad and even more (paying attention to his relationships with Shia Iran).
quoted2
>Assad has close ties to Shia Iran indeed, but that dosen't make him less secular. Look, Britain is in love with Saudi Arabia. They are also helping them to invade Yemen, but that dosen't make Brits less secular, does it?)
quoted1
I have heard that Assad is not going to turn back Sunni refugees and replaces former population with Shia Muslims and gives them privileges. Because Sunni don't approve Alawites sectants.

And poor, ruined Syria making strong ties with islamist state interested in making the path to the Mediterranean is not strong nuclear power making strong ties with some islamist oil-based dictatorship.
> And what particular groups of rebels in your opinion we can call secular?
quoted1
I am not trying to prove that rebels are secular. I am saying that western journalists are telling the opposite things about rebels' beliefs and ideology to your picture. And if you are accusing them of radicalism so freely, you should have read not only Russian sources about the Syrian conflict.
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23:19 14.12.2018
Grin (25771) wrote in reply to post:
> Back to Russian opposition. I guess you can hardly recognize anyone of them but Navalny and Sobchak.
> As I said before, I've posted not just random freaks as you've thought. They are Елена «груз 200» Васильева, Екатерина Мальдон, Павел Шехтман and some others. They aren't as famous as Navalny, but they are known to many people in Russia and in Ukraine.
> I guess Oleksa Єromіn at least is aware about Васильева and her project «Груз 200».
quoted1
I am not interested in Russian opposition and their projects because I believe that they have no support among the society and they have no power so there is no need at all to talk about it. And, of course, «the Russian liberalism ends where the Ukrainian question begins».

I haven't heard of Vasilyeva and hadn't have much interest to search information about Russian forces taking part in your military campaigns.
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23:26 14.12.2018
Oleksa Єromіn (WILDTRACER) wrote in reply to post:
> And poor, ruined Syria making strong ties with islamist state interested in making the path to the Mediterranean is not strong nuclear power making strong ties with some islamist oil-based dictatorship.
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Russia, together with Israel, Turkey and the US aren't interested in Iranian influence in Syria. Actually, this is one of the few things they agree about Syria. So don't be afraid Irain won't take over Syria.
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23:28 14.12.2018
Oleksa Єromіn (WILDTRACER) wrote in reply to post:
> I am not trying to prove that rebels are secular. I am saying that western journalists are telling the opposite things about rebels' beliefs and ideology to your picture. And if you are accusing them of radicalism so freely, you should have read not only Russian sources about the Syrian conflict.
quoted1
And who told you I read only Russian sources? I read almost everything (from RT to CNN, and some independent journalists who write about Syria). Unlike some people here I never turn a blind eye to the facts if they don't go well with my point of veiw.

So can you name any secular leaders/groups who fight Assad?
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23:30 14.12.2018
Some Cristmas humor


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23:31 14.12.2018
Oleksa Єromіn (WILDTRACER) wrote in reply to post:
> I haven't heard of Vasilyeva and hadn't have much interest to search information about Russian forces taking part in your military campaigns.
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It is very strange to hear. Her reports about the Russian losses in Ukraine were all over Ukrainian news a few years ago.

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23:35 14.12.2018
Shame on you, Time


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23:39 14.12.2018
Redhead (Expat),

I have a question for you)

Do you agree with this statement?
«The application of violence to defeat the enemies of the nation has become worryingly unpopular. Nothing wrong with fighting (yes killing) for values/what you believe in. The oppressed/bullied/tormented/voiceless deserve it. Join the fight; best thing you’ll ever do."
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