Thursday, March 23, 2017

Another Russian critic of Vladimir Putin has been murdered.

Courtesy of the Independent:

A former Russian MP has been shot and killed in the centre of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, in what the Ukrainian president described as an "act of state terrorism" by Russia. 

Denis Voronenkov, who testified to Ukrainian investigators and criticsed Moscow's illegal annexation of Crimea, was shot dead by an unidentified gunman near the entrance of an upscale hotel. 

The attacker also wounded Mr Voronenkov's bodyguard, who fired back and wounded the gunman. 

Both were hospitalized but Ukrainian media cited hospital doctors later in the day as saying the gunman had died. 

This, THIS, is who the FBI now has information that Donald Trump and his associates were colluding with.

And if you do not think that Trump would like to do this same thing to his critics here in America, well then you have not been paying attention.

41 comments:

  1. Anonymous11:39 AM

    Fuckinh thug

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    1. Anonymous1:29 PM

      And don't think that it won't happen here!

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    2. Anonymous1:57 PM

      Yeah Sarah...

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  2. Anonymous11:42 AM

    I've been waiting for some of Trump's enemies in America to be murdered as it would not be beneath Trump to have it done - remember his connections in New York!

    But, he knows any of their deaths would be highly scrutinized and the media would research the Hell out of any deaths of folks that are his enemies!

    Trump is going to be pissed that he 'failed' as to his health insurance deal! He flunked big time! He is terribly disliked throughout our country and has no respect whatsoever. I detest him! And, he assuredly doesn't represent the 'majority' of Americans throughout the country.

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  3. Anonymous11:43 AM

    To paraphrase our Great Pumpkin, "So what? Do you think America is so perfect? We've done bad things too."

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    1. Anonymous12:10 PM

      Everything he says it projection....tick, tick, tick.

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    2. Anonymous1:23 PM

      @12:10 LIKE THIS>
      http://www.snopes.com/donald-trump-fifth-avenue-comment/

      "Catch me if you can".....

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    3. Anonymous1:58 PM

      "do it until the courts say you can't"...

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    4. Anonymous6:48 PM

      Pumpkin head. Hahaha funny!

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  4. Anonymous11:54 AM

    It is the press that should be getting Secret Service protection, not Trump and his gaggle of spawn.

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    1. I like the way you think. Many people are saying....

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    2. Anonymous1:04 PM

      I would suggest that Donald Trump and his family NOT be protected by Secret Service that taxpayers are paying for....let them pay for their service themselves.

      I could care less what happens to Trump and his elite family members!

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  5. Anonymous11:55 AM

    OT?"Friedman, an Orthodox Jew with no diplomatic experience, was previously Trump’s bankruptcy lawyer."
    Called>"State Department of anti-Semitism and comparing left-leaning Jewish activists to “kapos” — a reference to Jews assigned by Nazis to oversee prisoners at concentration camps."Conservative pro-Israel groups want the Embassy moved from Tel Aviv to the contested city of Jerusalem. Such a move would anger many in the Arab world."

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/david-friedman-ambassador-to-israel-confirmed-236428

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  6. Anonymous11:57 AM

    I worry so much about Rachel Maddow, Lawrence ODonnell,Jake Tapper anybody who speaks out about tRump and putin.But these 3 have been esp critical.

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    1. Anonymous12:11 PM

      Plus all the TV political comedians: Samanthe Bee seems to expect to be pulled off the air any day now.

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    2. Anonymous2:38 PM

      Rachel looked so tired on last nights show.

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  7. Anonymous12:11 PM

    The asshole Trump better not instruct 'someone' to harm Rachel, Lawrence or Jake! America would retaliate as to Trump and I think he knows it! He's losing every which way and has a 37% approval rating which has been dropping each time the poll is taken.
    The majority in America do NOT not support, respect or like the man!

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  8. Anonymous12:29 PM

    It is time for other countries and usa to move in and put putin in his place. He does not own or rule this world. Why did usa go after bin laden? or any other dictator? NO money for trump and his operatives. He must be removed from office today and he can pay for his own security.

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    1. WA Skeptic12:41 PM

      Before we begin to plot "the revolution", I hope we use the process we have in our country to remove unconstitutional politicians. I'd hate to see us using firearms against our fellow citizens.

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    2. Anonymous12:58 PM

      @12:41 PM Do you mean all of the unarmed victims of police shootings?

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    3. Anonymous1:01 PM

      No one in our current government (Republican controlled) has the balls to go after Putin! Remember, President Obama (a Democrat) went after Bin Laden and got him!

      I so wish President Obama or Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were guiding our country vs the current monstrosity and his ilk!

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    4. Anonymous1:39 PM

      I believe putin would already be gone if a real President were in office. This fake sob pos liar is too much a pussy grabber to actually lead a country.

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  9. WA Skeptic12:42 PM

    As to your remark re: invading Russia. I don't think I'd recommend that. Isolating Putin and his gang of thugs would be best.

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    1. Anonymous1:41 PM

      But the Russian Citizens are begging for help because they hate him. He has them all drugged and drunk with no income or help.

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    2. Anonymous2:00 PM

      Of course he does...eyeroll.

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    3. Anonymous6:51 PM

      Well they won't be suffering. The meek shall inherit $$$. No worries 1:41 Be happy!

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  10. Anonymous1:04 PM

    Dope - Debonaire. What is the matter Putin poo?

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    1. Anonymous6:51 PM

      He is slipping gears? Lol.

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    2. Anonymous6:52 PM

      Oh I am sorry he is slipping on a pee sheet.

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  11. On health care negotiations Ryan called Trump 'the closer'. Should've removed the 'c' from that title.

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  12. Anonymous1:42 PM

    Where is snowden and assuage?

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    1. Anonymous2:01 PM

      Getting ready to take a data dump.

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    2. Anonymous4:30 PM

      You're kidding right? They're probably busy counting the money they got from Putin.

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    3. Anonymous6:52 PM

      Or both...

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  13. Anonymous1:43 PM

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/rnc-hillary-clinton-intelligence-firm-payments-236436

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  14. What do you want to bet that if Trump asked, Putin would send some of his best assassins here to do the exact same thing. They wouldn't start with shooting in the streets. I'm sure they'd start with poison. Ricin probably. It would be a while before they got to slipping in the bathtub and tumbling out a high rise window. The convenient car accident, accidental drowning. Even the crash of a small plane.

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    1. Anonymous4:30 PM

      such bad espionage move crap!

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  15. Anonymous4:24 PM

    One has to wonder if Trump is scared out of his mind. What happens if he can’t hold the water for Pooty?

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    1. Anonymous6:54 PM

      Well there are enough Russians in USA to keep manipulating the courts.

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  16. Anonymous5:25 PM

    From FB"Dear Facebook Friends,
    And so we find ourselves this morning at another numerical milestone on our page, 2 million likes. I mention it solely as an opportunity to express my gratitude to all those who have made it possible.
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    When I started on Facebook, it was mostly as a vehicle for sharing some of the work I was doing on television. Truth be told, I didn't see much of the use in it. My journalistic mentors taught me to value depth and thoughtfulness and to be wary of PR. Facebook to me seemed like a place for promotion.
    Thankfully two longterm colleagues and collaborators, Wayne Nelson and Elliot Kirschner, came to me and said we should try something different. We are journalists and so why don't we just start posting the kind of content we wanted. It may be too long by Facebook standards, or filled with too much context and perspective for the attention span we heard about, but let's give it a try.
    I must confess I was reluctant, but I decided to jump in. Elliot took the lead strategically. He is a gifted and valued writing partner and we developed a tone and style for the page. Wayne keeps us honest (his excellent writing and news sense can be found on our News And Guts page, which he oversees with other contributors like Cindi Avila and Ursula Fahy. I hope you check it out too). I have been dumbfounded and humbled by the results.
    I don't pretend to know more about the mechanics of Facebook than the average 8 year old, but I understand the importance of communication. I revel in collaboration and community. And by all of those criteria, I could not be more thankful, to my team, and to all of you, my extended team.
    I am excited to try to build off of this Facebook experience with more public engagement and want to give a special thank you to my longtime collaborator Phil Kim who is leading our News and Guts production company on some exciting new ventures. And thanks to my assistant Alex Van Amson, who helps make it all go, and all the rest of the team at News and Guts.
    These are difficult and anxious times. But to anyone who is worried about the future of our republic, I would say come meet the smart and dedicated people I get to work with, and read the thoughtful and heartfelt comments from you - our Facebook family. I think we are going to be all right.
    Sincerely,
    Dan Rather"

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  17. Anonymous10:25 PM

    Collective Soul - December

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