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    Phoronix: It's Been Five Years Since The Phoronix Visit To Chernobyl

    It's been five years since the Phoronix visit to Chernobyl, the nuclear disaster site in Ukraine...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...obyl-Tour-Five

  • #2
    and still no second head...
    3 tits ?

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    • #3
      Somehow I doubt Micheal is planning on another visit to Eastern Ukraine anytime soon. There might be something a little more actively dangerous than radiation in the air right now.

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      • #4
        time is ticking away....

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        • #5
          Time to start planning that trip to Fukushima Japan.

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          • #6
            Pripyat (Chernobyl) is not east Ukraine, it's North Ukraine

            https://www.google.co.uk/maps/dir/Pr...d48.021107!3e0

            It's ~850 km away from the conflict zone, and relatively close to the capital. I'd say it's relatively safe to visit.

            --Coder

            Originally posted by Hamish Wilson View Post
            Somehow I doubt Micheal is planning on another visit to Eastern Ukraine anytime soon. There might be something a little more actively dangerous than radiation in the air right now.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by coder111 View Post
              https://www.google.co.uk/maps/dir/Pr...d48.021107!3e0

              It's ~850 km away from the conflict zone, and relatively close to the capital. I'd say it's relatively safe to visit.

              --Coder
              It is indeed rather safe -- while USA is doing a (yet another) putsch in there and portraying, lying and saying that it's Russia who is invading Ukraine while it is not true.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by opensource View Post
                It is indeed rather safe -- while USA is doing a (yet another) putsch in there and portraying, lying and saying that it's Russia who is invading Ukraine while it is not true.
                It's not USA who provides so called "rebels" with weapons and trainers for their squads. It's not USA who annexed Crimea.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by anarsoul View Post
                  It's not USA who provides so called "rebels" with weapons and trainers for their squads. It's not USA who annexed Crimea.
                  Who's been distributing cookies among Maidan terrorists, calling burning policemen with fire a "democratic revolution"? Which mercenaries been training Nazi* privately paid army of Svoboda and Right Sector?

                  *Svoboda nazis = UNA UNSO, with a nice swastika black on red flag.
                  * Right Sector nazis = Right Sector, with very familiar symbolic, also Azov "battalion" nice flag.

                  History is repeating itself - USA already once created Al-Queda, later they tried to create slightly similar model in Chechen Republic.
                  They support ANY extremists party so long it fits their agenda of control.

                  Crimea is a russian land and was historically under tolerated occupation by "Ukraine", which very extensively explained here (free to watch): http://sales.vgtrk.com/en/catalog/modern+history/43450/
                  "Ukraine" in itself is a german+polish project baked since 19 century, with artificial culture and artificial language; the original nation was named "malorossy" (little russians, malo=little), which was tolerated until the recent events, when oligarch and USA-supported far right extremists took power and media and started civil war.

                  People, who helped defend and prevent civil war in Crimea, such as Girkin, actually have accused Putin for not allowing to implement similar scenario in whole Ukraine, which would prevent mass murders and spare the whole war, yet could paint Russia as "aggressor" (position which USA currently widely implements attacking anyone, who is they consider to be "anti-democratic" = not obeying to USA). Current layout of events, can end up (Putin) as Milocevic - as he is not acting for interest of any of the two conflicting Parties, and thus unwelcome by anyone.

                  If you have any other questions, I am sure Graham Phillips can answer them as he was in the conflict zone for half a year.

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                  • #10
                    This is good video, enable the english subtitles.

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