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(Daily Mail)   Russian TV anchor who condemned the invasion of Ukraine is being sent to Crimea to report on the situation firsthand. In tomorrow's new, Russian TV reporter has unfortunate accident in Crimea   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 16
    More: Interesting, Russian TV, Crimean, Ukraine, Russians, war of aggression, Russia Today, global powers, military occupation  
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2014-03-05 09:43:02 AM  
yada yada yada,
something about poking a bear

actually sounds kind of reasonable to send her as long as they don't sensor her report
 
2014-03-05 09:43:19 AM  
Thats the KGB way...
 
2014-03-05 09:45:02 AM  
She's been assigned as an embedded journalist with the 99th Cannon Fodder Brigade.
 
2014-03-05 09:45:52 AM  
Jusus fark man.
A Crimea trifecta and it's not even 10 yet.
 
2014-03-05 09:48:04 AM  

jimpapa: yada yada yada,
something about poking a bear

actually sounds kind of reasonable to send her as long as they don't sensor her report


The censoring of course will occur behind the scenes when she "learns" from being there firsthand that Russia was right to invade.  Alternatively, she'll meet an unfortunate accident and Russia Today will be very sad and very sorry it happened because they had no intention of reprimanding her in any way.  Honestly!
 
2014-03-05 09:52:51 AM  
i wonder.
back at home here we're under the constant threat from Quebecors about separating.
if and when they finally do separate will the Canadian government send in troops to protect the Anglos who still consider themselves Canadian, and how would the world community react to this move.
kind of similar to Ukraine no?
 
2014-03-05 09:59:43 AM  
No using that stupid river joke!

It's too late. I already Called it.
 
2014-03-05 10:01:47 AM  

jimpapa: as long as they don't sensor her report


Duck, man. God would have mercy. Fark won't.
 
2014-03-05 10:08:31 AM  
Supposedly she tweeted that she wasn't actually going to Crimea after all.

She's also supposedly a crazy 9/11 truther, so there's that.
 
2014-03-05 10:28:46 AM  

lennavan: The censoring of course will occur behind the scenes when she "learns" from being there firsthand that Russia was right to invade. Alternatively, she'll meet an unfortunate accident and Russia Today will be very sad and very sorry it happened because they had no intention of reprimanding her in any way. Honestly!


Stages protests and attacks for/on her and the like.
 
2014-03-05 11:01:11 AM  

jimpapa: i wonder.
back at home here we're under the constant threat from Quebecors about separating.
if and when they finally do separate will the Canadian government send in troops to protect the Anglos who still consider themselves Canadian, and how would the world community react to this move.
kind of similar to Ukraine no?



The world would be upset...

But only because it's pseudo-French getting a kicking, and not real Frenchmen.
 
2014-03-05 11:05:25 AM  

jimpapa: i wonder.
back at home here we're under the constant threat from Quebecors about separating.
if and when they finally do separate will the Canadian government send in troops to protect the Anglos who still consider themselves Canadian, and how would the world community react to this move.
kind of similar to Ukraine no?


The difference being, of course, that Quebec is currently a part of Canada (and probably will stay that way), whereas Ukraine is not part of Russia.
 
2014-03-05 11:39:49 AM  
FTA:     Speaking live from the show's Washington Studio, she continued: 'I admittedly don't know as much as I should about Ukraine's history or the cultural dynamics of the region, but what I do know is that military intervention is never the answer.


In other words:  "I don't know what I'm talking about but I tell you my opinion. "
Okay for FARK, but prolly not good journalism.
 
2014-03-05 11:45:47 AM  
Fark this shiat. UN secretary general's special assistant was just abducted in Crimea
 
2014-03-05 12:20:44 PM  

No Such Agency: jimpapa: i wonder.
back at home here we're under the constant threat from Quebecors about separating.
if and when they finally do separate will the Canadian government send in troops to protect the Anglos who still consider themselves Canadian, and how would the world community react to this move.
kind of similar to Ukraine no?

The difference being, of course, that Quebec is currently a part of Canada (and probably will stay that way), whereas Ukraine is not part of Russia.



I also think the history of Russia starving people in Ukraine might make a difference. Unless there is a similar history between Quebec & Canada. We need to send Walter Duranty up there to find out (wait, that didn't help in Ukraine either).
 
2014-03-05 02:43:13 PM  
could be worse she could have been sent to cover the Siberian Gulag Beat.
 
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