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(Yahoo)   WWII remembrance cermonies are a little bit awkward in Ukraine since about half the country proudly fought with the Nazis against their hated Russian oppressors   ( news.yahoo.com) divider line
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2013-08-01 11:37:12 AM  
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Jsin82: Deathfrogg: A young woman in one of my classes last year was from South Ossetia, and was there for the Russian/Ukrainian War that happened a few years ago. She stood up and told the class about how everything was nice and quiet and peaceful, until the Ukrainian tanks rolled down the main street at three in the morning and started blasting everything in sight. Gas stations, school buildings, shooting everyone who ran. She hated the Russians with a passion, but hated her own Government even more.

South Ossetia is in Georgia. The war was between Georgia and Russia. Russia was the aggressor. No Ukrainians were involved and there were no reports ever of Georgia shooting on its own people. If this girl was from South Ossetia she either lying, has no idea what actually happen, or has the worst memory of anyone I've ever heard of.

I've seen videos of girls saying the Georgians fired first being held up as proof Georgia started it, because everyone knows little girls have the best strategic situational awareness of anyone.
2013-08-01 09:59:20 AM  
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And Stalin was such a nice guy!
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