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Is Russia Today really talking about free speech?

Postby Paphitis » Mon Oct 17, 2016 3:39 pm

You would think the it's the UK that incarcerates and kills journalists!
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Well done British Banks for making a stand against war crimes.

Russia Today funds should be confiscated and used to buy Aleppo aid.
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Re: Is Russia Today really talking about free speech?

Postby Paphitis » Mon Oct 17, 2016 4:01 pm

Come in spinner!
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Re: Is Russia Today really talking about free speech?

Postby miltiades » Mon Oct 17, 2016 5:04 pm

Paphitis wrote:Come in spinner!

Read Dr Marcus Papadopoulos, an expert in Russian affairs. Look for the thread.
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Re: Is Russia Today really talking about free speech?

Postby Paphitis » Mon Oct 17, 2016 5:31 pm

miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Come in spinner!

Read Dr Marcus Papadopoulos, an expert in Russian affairs. Look for the thread.


No! I don't read material from someone who supports Russia and their War Crimes.

My wife is an expert on Kurdish Groups in Turkey, Iraq and Syria in conjunction with a prominent Australian Academic who are actually planning trips to Turkey, Northern Syria and Iraq once all this ends. True story. They are bankrolled by the Government as well and will try to get access to YPK and have them removed from terrorist lists.

It takes a lot for me to accept someone's credibility and this Marcus doesn't do it for me. Sorry!

And as a people, I have learned to love the Kurds.

My wife has dedicated the last 10 years on humanitarian issues.

This Marcus guy is politically driven by his hatred of America and Turkey. Might as well get your brain washed. It's a travesty against HR.
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Re: Is Russia Today really talking about free speech?

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Oct 17, 2016 7:01 pm

Paphitis wrote:Come in spinner!



It's called 'trolling' I believe? Maybe you should try slinging your hook elsewhere. :roll:
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Re: Is Russia Today really talking about free speech?

Postby miltiades » Mon Oct 17, 2016 7:11 pm

Does your dear wife have a known name? Dr Marcus has ! 80% of contributors to his magazine are in fact from the UK Parliament, the House of Lords and many other prominent individuals.
In truth you have not bothered to listen to his BBC interview and in reality you know nothing about the man.

His father, Stylianos Papadopoulos, a G/C born, was intensely interested in politics , his half English and half German mother also was, as well as his English grand father. You can not possibly dismiss him as one who knows little or nothing about politics.

He is a well respected journalist and has yet to be challenged on his views on Syria and his statements that the west is supporting islamists who are after all the enemies of the west.
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Re: Is Russia Today really talking about free speech?

Postby Robin Hood » Mon Oct 17, 2016 7:18 pm

Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Come in spinner!

Read Dr Marcus Papadopoulos, an expert in Russian affairs. Look for the thread.


No! I don't read material from someone who supports Russia and their War Crimes.

My wife is an expert on Kurdish Groups in Turkey, Iraq and Syria in conjunction with a prominent Australian Academic who are actually planning trips to Turkey, Northern Syria and Iraq once all this ends. True story. They are bankrolled by the Government as well and will try to get access to YPK and have them removed from terrorist lists.

It takes a lot for me to accept someone's credibility and this Marcus doesn't do it for me. Sorry!

And as a people, I have learned to love the Kurds.

My wife has dedicated the last 10 years on humanitarian issues.

This Marcus guy is politically driven by his hatred of America and Turkey. Might as well get your brain washed. It's a travesty against HR.


Boy oh boy!!! Pot .... kettle .... black ... anyone? :lol: :lol: :lol:

So where do we find your wife's writings? I just hope she is more selective in her sources than you are ..... otherwise she doesn't need a PhD .... just the ability to cut-n-paste, from the MSM. So being 'bankrolled by the Government' you would consider her to be 'independent'? To do a good well reasoned job she would need to study all sides of the argument otherwise all she would be writing is propaganda like you spout..... a well reasoned argument is very different and I am sure.that as a journalist.she would know that. But I would like to read some of her published articles on events in the Middle East .... especially events in Syria.

You have a big mouth ............ just like Trump! If your wife found out about your boasting and disclosures about her on here .... you would be sleeping in the garden shed until this War is over. :lol: :lol:
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