Re: Lucky Bornholm
- From: MTRP <Mir.Topolski@xxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 7 Mar 2009 01:49:00 -0800 (PST)
On 7 Mrz., 10:43, vello <vellok...@xxxxxx> wrote:
On Mar 7, 11:15 am, MTRP <Mir.Topol...@xxxxxx> wrote:
Tadas Blinda wrote:
esmaspäev, September 17, 2007
What's up Chico? It's March 7, 2009 outta there!
Occupation of Bornholm
The Danish state has acknowledged on many occasions that it does not
view the Soviet presence on Bornholm as a liberation, but rather a
military occupation. In any case, ahead of the Potsdam conference, the
Soviets decided to act like good boys and began withdrawing their
troops. In April 1946, the last Soviet occupation troops in Bornholm
left the island.
LOL. The Danish state should've better apologized for infamous Danish
Anyway it must be funny in xyzcaust-denials' world. Williamson this
Bornholm that ... what if Israel and Russia nuke Vatican (+ London)
and Copenhagen (along with Tallinn and Greenland - the latter just 4
Sergei Shoigu, the respected emergency situations minister, has called
for a law, based on Holocaust denial legislation in Germany, that
would make it a criminal offence to suggest that the Soviet Union did
not win the War.
Mr Shoigu indicated that the legislation would also seek to punish
eastern European or former Soviet states which deny they were
liberated by the Red Army. The leaders of those countries could be
banned from Russian soil, he said.
The minister's comments appeared particularly aimed at Estonia, which
relocated a statue a Red Army soldier from a central square in the
capital city Tallinn two years ago to a nearby war cemetery, prompting
outrage in Russia.
Surely U win the war - otherwise it would be impossible to occupy
almost half of Europe. But idea that nations are not free to decide by
themselves were they be 2liberated" or occupied (or both like in most
cases) is worth of Goebbels.
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