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UCCLA
Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association: Non-partisan and not-for-profit group.
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Michael MacKay Feb 20
Four years ago today Russia invaded Ukraine. Putin’s War will never end until Western democracies face reality, declare that a state of war exists, and fight to win victory over Russia.
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Kateryna_Kruk Feb 17
Here's with a reality check: " invasion in and occupation of Ukrainian territory is the most blatant violation of the international law in since the Second World War".
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Kateryna_Kruk Feb 18
When the sky was falling down on us. 4 years. .
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James Feb 11
Israel recognising the as Genocide would also be a fine refutation of certain neo-nazi conspiracy theories dreamt up by losers with no understanding of the genocide.
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Christo Grozev Feb 11
Replying to @christogrozev
This shows how authoritarian regimes survive. You do not need to controll 100% of media. Most citizens don't have time to actively search for news. They get it passively. You only need to control the key information channels. The rest might just as well be shouting in vacuum.
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Christo Grozev Feb 11
A Russian friend, a liberal-minded PhD with only a moderate interest in current affairs, tells me he "never heard the hypothesis that was shot by Russia". Was convinced the world is in consensus that "Ukraine shot it down". (1/2)
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Michael MacKay Feb 10
The invader of Europe in Ukraine – Russia – shot down and killed 193 Dutch citizens. reveals the truth.
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UkrCdnCongressOttawa Feb 10
Reminder: Tonight! 🙈 All questions in English, great prizes, bar and food, music, lots of fun! 🎼📻🎤 Doors open at 5:30, dinner starts at 6:30. 🍻🍷🍰🍾 Trivia: arts, pop culture, geography etc. 😎🤔 Come over to brag your smartness 😜🤓
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Darth Putin Feb 9
The Russian team, in its unmarked uniforms, arrives for the Winter Olympics.
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Kateryna_Kruk Feb 6
Finally, I see a proper map of Europe with on it! ;) This is a compilation of best children's books in European countries.
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Slava Malamud Feb 6
A military parade for Trump? So nice of America to go out of its way to join me in my Soviet childhood circa 1982. You know what else was great in those days? The Dear Leaders' funerals.
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Kateryna_Kruk Feb 4
Creation of Narodni Druzhyny scared/surprised/ outraged many in . Yesterday in , activists organized an alternative march with slogans “we don’t need narodni druzhyny and controllers in balaclavas”.
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Armistice Films Inc. Feb 6
We have Been Nominated for an Award at our next Festival! Check out "2018 Central Alberta Film Festival Awards Ceremony" Also 's birthday Feb 25th.
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UCCLA Feb 6
“Rediscovering The Past,” National SUSK Congress 2018. May 3-6, 2018.
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Slava Malamud Jan 30
Replying to @SlavaMalamud
Part 4 is the most surprising and the most sinister discovery. The doping system existed in order to cheat and cover up cheating, but it could also frame foreign athletes who competed in Russia. At least, that's what the bosses wanted. Rodchenkov convinced them it was too risky.
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Slava Malamud Jan 30
Redux of 's newest Russian doping story: 1) System exists since at least 1980 2) All RUS athletes knew they were part of it 3) Putin knew and directed 4) Putin's henchman wanted to frame a Ukrainian athlete by tampering w/ her test 5) Ex head of RUSADA killed by FSB.
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Slava Malamud Jan 30
Rodchenkov (via ): "The Sochi success made Putin aggressive (in politics). Russia is a country without morals and without shame... The mentality is of lies, obfuscation and denial. Nothing has changed. Russia is still a doping nation". Hits the bullseye.
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Slava Malamud Feb 1
Good news, everyone, you can dope again! The Court for Arbitration in Sports overturns bans of 28 RUS Olympic athletes, which reinstates Russia's first place in the Sochi medal count. 11 bans upheld but reduced in duration. Russia will demand the return of its flag/anthem in 2018
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Victims of Communism Jan 29
"The longer the wall has been gone, the less we remember those who faced the injustices of the regime. The victims of the , the infamous East German state security service, are at risk of being completely forgotten by the public."
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Ukraine / Україна Jan 29
100 years ago Ukrainian students sacrificed their lives trying to halt the Bolshevik advance. We call this the Battle of Kruty
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