Re: I guess ol' Luka is still comfortably....

On 2 Sept., 15:25, vkarlam...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Sep 2, 4:15 am, vello <vellok...@xxxxxx> wrote:

On Sep 2, 1:16 pm, vkarlam...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

On Aug 30, 12:41 pm, vello <vellok...@xxxxxx> wrote:

On Aug 30, 10:43 am, vkarlam...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

On Aug 28, 6:23 am, "Henry Alminas" <halmi...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

... ensconced far up the Kremlin ass.

So nukes in Belarus? Nukes in K-grad?
How comforting for the Balts!

What's the problem? Didn't the Baltics go into epyleptic convulsion
out of happiness for the news that USA wa spalcing its AMD systems
into Czech R and Poland? Didn't Russia at that time warn that it would
ahve to balance the situation by placing systems on its Western
border? Didn't NATO In general laugh at that? Didn't one of the brown-
tongued Baltic Presidents or Prime Ministers go so far as beg USA to
put nukes into his/her country?

So, you got exactly what you asked for: the Baltics sitting right in
the middle of the US-Russia nuclear staredown, started by Condy Rice.
Mazel Tov!

For educational purposes only:

From: The Moscow Times

Tuesday, August 28, 2007.
Issue 3730. Page 2.

Belarus May Get Nuclear Weapons Reuters

MINSK -- Russia may consider deploying new nuclear
facilities in Belarus in response to a U.S. plan for a missile
shield in Eastern Europe, Moscow's ambassador to Minsk
said Monday. "This depends on the level of our political
integration [with Belarus]," Ambassador Alexander
Surikov said, Interfax reported.

"It also depends on the views of experts, diplomats and the
military: Is it necessary and possible, when and how? I am
talking about sites linked to nuclear weapons," he said.

President Vladimir Putin has denounced the U.S. plan to
deploy elements of a missile shield in Poland and the Czech
Republic and has threatened to target missiles on Europe.
Putin has proposed a missile shield in which Russia and
European states could participate alongside the United States.

Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko said in July
that Belarus would disregard its economic disputes with
Russia and work closely to resist the U.S. shield.- Hide quoted text -

It's OK what Putka and Luka are doing. Why close friends must not
cooperate also in military field?

Of course. Russia is to Belarus as USA is to Canada. Russians and
Belorussians speak the same language, have the same culture and the
same values. Sure, maybe today Belarus is much more socialist than
Russia. But this will soon change, as Russia is stopping subsidising
Luka's "communism" with almost free oil and gas. Hopefully Russia and
Belarus will re-unify just like West and East Germany or maybe form a
union like EU. Of couirse, it would be nice if the Russian Presidents
dropped their nasty habit of stealing industry from the current owners
and giving it to their personal friends. Would be nice if the next
President put Putin, Sechin and Co on trial for robbery.

Is Belarus culturally closer to Russia then Ukraine?

Of course. The language of Belarus is Russian, while Ukraine is making
its highest prioriy to exerminate Russian.

Just thinking
today friendship may be based on cheap energy. Stopping subsidiation
will really hurt Belarus people and give to them bitter emotions
towards Russia

Or this will give Belarusans an extra motivaion to re-unite Russia and
get free gas/oil once again.

Recall that Luka was initially elected President on his promise to re-
unite with Russia.


Of course. The language of Belarus is Russian, while Ukraine is making
its highest prioriy to exerminate Russian.

Heh. As though Russia hasn't successfully brought Belarusian (along
with countless other languages) to the the threshold of extinction.
So funny that you would bandy about the word "extermination" so
freely, Karlamov -- just how does asking an imperial minority to learn
the languages of the free countries it resides in constitute

As it happens, I just touched upon these issues (even including
Belarusian) at my blog --