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Did radiation over Europe come from Russia ?

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Gary Meadows
On Friday, November 10, 2017 at 5:45 PM, Nzo said:

Yes, I agree, everyone keeps blaming Russia for everything on the planet. It is getting quite irritating and I am not even Russian. Talk about a scapegoat for every human made malady. 

What I find confusing, is, why are there so many Russia apologists lately?

Must be mostly young people.

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Black Monk
On 12/11/2017 at 5:38 PM, Merc14 said:

The French say that they have evidence and are willing to share it with anyone who'd like to see it and Russia is infamous for covering up nuclear catastrophes (see Chernobyl).

Well, Chernobyl did happen in Ukraine.

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FLOMBIE
On 17.11.2017 at 11:56 AM, Gary Meadows said:

What I find confusing, is, why are there so many Russia apologists lately?

Must be mostly young people.

Bots. 

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RoofGardener
19 minutes ago, Black Monk said:

Well, Chernobyl did happen in Ukraine.

Well, which was part of the Soviet Union at the time, which was the Russian Empire. 

Welsh Sheep. 

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Black Monk
15 minutes ago, RoofGardener said:

Well, which was part of the Soviet Union at the time, which was the Russian Empire. 

Welsh Sheep. 

It was allowed to leave the "Russian empire" freely any time it wanted to and was governed by the Communist Party of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Mykola Andriyovych Livytsky during the Chernobyl Disaster. All states of this "Russian empire" were considered equal.

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RoofGardener
39 minutes ago, Black Monk said:

It was allowed to leave the "Russian empire" freely any time it wanted to and was governed by the Communist Party of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Mykola Andriyovych Livytsky during the Chernobyl Disaster. All states of this "Russian empire" were considered equal.

Oh REALLY ? :) 

Curious that none of them ever disagreed with the Kremlin :) 

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Merc14
8 hours ago, Black Monk said:

Well, Chernobyl did happen in Ukraine.

Ukraine was part of the USSR at the time, hence, Ukraine was a satellite of Russia and the decision to cover up the explosion was made in Moscow so therefore a Russian decision.  ;)

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Black Monk
21 hours ago, RoofGardener said:

Oh REALLY ? :) 

Curious that none of them ever disagreed with the Kremlin :) 

And the Kremlin, of course, at that time was the Soviet parliament, not the Russian one. The USSR had non-Russian leaders - the Georgian Stalin and the Ukrainian Brezhnev being prime examples.

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Black Monk
15 hours ago, Merc14 said:

Ukraine was part of the USSR at the time, hence, Ukraine was a satellite of Russia and the decision to cover up the explosion was made in Moscow so therefore a Russian decision.  ;)

That's like saying that, since the decision for Britain to go to war in Iraq was made in London, it was an English decision rather than a British one; or that, since the idea for America to go to war in Iraq was made in Washington, it was a Washingtonian idea rather than an American one.

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RoofGardener
4 hours ago, Black Monk said:

That's like saying that, since the decision for Britain to go to war in Iraq was made in London, it was an English decision rather than a British one; or that, since the idea for America to go to war in Iraq was made in Washington, it was a Washingtonian idea rather than an American one.

No. It really isn't. Sorry :) 

Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have meaningful representation in Parliament, and access to a free press to express any disagreements that they may have. 

The various States of the USA elect their representatives to Congress, and have access to a free reasonably-priced press to express any disagreements that they may have. 

The Ukranian Soviet had no meaningful representation in the actual decision-making bodies of the Soviet Union, and had free access to the KGB prison cells if they expressed any disagreements. 

Can you see the difference ? :) 

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Merc14
22 hours ago, Black Monk said:

That's like saying that, since the decision for Britain to go to war in Iraq was made in London, it was an English decision rather than a British one; or that, since the idea for America to go to war in Iraq was made in Washington, it was a Washingtonian idea rather than an American one.

Your argument is laughable and you inability to accept you are wrong is embarrassing, given you are an adult and I'm not going to waste any more time replying to you.  :rolleyes:

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bmk1245
9 hours ago, Merc14 said:

I guess Black Monk and Nzo can slink off into a corner now and finally shaddup.

Damnest thing is that "Rosatom" (authority responsible for nuclear thingies) still in denial...

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Chaldon

Oh, that poor Chelyabinsk oblast' again! Kyshtym disaster, Kyshtym dwarf, the Chelyabinsk meteorite, now radioactive dung falling down from the sky. Sometimes I think the ancient Uralic tribes fled from that land because they discovered the gates of Hell have opened someplace there.

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