Skip to comments.Exclusive: Russia threatened countries ahead of UN vote on Ukraine - envoys
Posted on 03/28/2014 3:59:01 PM PDT by Bigtigermike
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Russia threatened several Eastern European and Central Asian states with retaliation if they voted in favor of a United Nations General Assembly resolution this week declaring invalid Crimea's referendum on seceding from Ukraine, U.N. diplomats said.
According to interviews with U.N. diplomats, most of whom preferred to speak on condition of anonymity for fear of angering Moscow, the targets of Russian threats included Moldova, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan as well as a number of African countries
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Wellll, this is obviously another “false flag” operation — clearly the caller was just Obama, disguising his voice. /sarc
Iran? Of course Iran didn’t support it. Why would anyone think Iran would support a resolution against Russia?
My statement was more shock that Israel took the same position as Iran. A rare occurance.
A piece of paper can’t stop a tank.
"Strongly worded condemnation? Sure, if you like it, you can keep it."
Israel’s capital is not internationally recognized so Israel had no reason to side with the West.
China also abstained on the instructions of Russia.
They have their own ambitions. Quid pro quo.
This is the “Putin Way”, much like “The Chicago Way”/ “New York Way” (make them an offer they can’t refuse).
That would be “Putin the Blitzer”, “Emanuel the Ballerina” and “DeBlasio the Red”.
Let’s throw in Crazy Eddy Schulz and make it a “foursome”.
You mean like China and Indonesia? Are you freaking kidding me?
That’s like saying the majority of people voted for Obama. I mean really? 90% of people that voted for Obama did so because they were voting themselves more free money from rich people.
Just because the majority of the population of earth didn’t join the vote doesn’t make it right.
That wasn’t the point. I was pointing out that the French were celebrating a failure.
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