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Confrontation with Russia a Mistake

Magdalena Ogorek, the presidential candidate for the Democratic Left Alliance of Poland, has called for the lifting of the sanctions against Russia and for a normalization of relations between the two countries.

Ogorek underscored that her opinion is supported by a growing number of Polish people who are afraid of rising tensions in the region.

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Vaska
Vaska
Apr 27, 2015 3:42 PM

I used Google Translate to get the basic drift of your comment, and yes, I agree with your view that sooner or later, Ukrainians will realize how badly they’ve been fooled and manipulated by the U.S. and the E.U. In the meantime, we have a very vicious form of ethnic prejudice — Russophobia — rampant and officially encouraged, its atavastic passions inflamed by the mass media, in Ukraine and in some other parts of Europe: a very dangerous situation as those of us who know history can appreciate.

Börje Nilsson
Börje Nilsson
Apr 27, 2015 5:38 AM

Förr eller senare kommer Ukrainas medborgare att inse hur lurade det blivit.
Om medborgarna inte får full och öppen insyn i hur ryssarna bedriver sin politik, i motsats till USA-s och EU-s inflytande i Ukraina. Kommer medborgarna att hata USA och EU samt de som givit regimen i Kiev sitt stöd.
Kanske en ny revolution och kräva att många i regimen ställs till svars med fängelse som påföljd.
Dagens Ukraina är en nu järnridå likt den under sovjettiden men omvänt nu mot Ryssland.