There is good reason many of these Baltic states fear Russia. Whether or not you think intervention in Georgia or Ukraine are justified, these countries are taking notice and are scared "justified interventions" will happen in their country.
Have you ever thought about the fact that Russia has much more reason to fear the invasion of NATO?
And Yes - in the Baltic States are afraid mainly of the local elite. The peoples of these countries as a whole are well aware that they can currently be of interest to Russia only in the context of the location of NATO bases on their territory.
As for your assurances that NATO does not intend to attack Russia, it is ridiculous to hear this from a representative of Western countries who have done everything possible to ensure that the Soviet Union disintegrates. Faith you henceforth and forever no.
We remember how the leaders of NATO ensured that NATO one inch will not be moving to the East. What we see now? It was a lie. NATO's advance to the East began, by the way, in 1999, and then continued in 2004. About any "aggression" of Russia in relation to Ukraine or Georgia and the speech didn't go.
Once again I would like to raise the issue of " Russia's aggression in Crimea".
Russian-speaking users should be familiar with the history of the comments on the Ukrainian resource Цензор.net about Crimea. As an example of what Ukrainian idiots for too long pulling the whiskers of the tiger:19.02.10 09:45 TODAY is the 56th ANNIVERSARY of the annexation of CRIMEA IN the UKRAINE. WITH THE HOLIDAY, RUSSIANS!
19 February 1954, the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR issued a Decree "On transfer of the Crimean region from the RSFSR to the Ukrainian SSR»
What lies behind this historical background? In the words of Prokhanov, behind it lies "metaphysics". I.e. total historical bad luck Russia and civilizationa hopelessness.
Muscovites just such enchanting idiots like you could lose the tidbit from the former scoop. Fucked up, and then drunk and legalized it!
This your pain, your humiliation, your shame! Live and suffer with this FOREVER!
I give a literal quote, swearing in it is not my fiction, but a literal translation.
the picture got two more comments:
on the picture are another two comment: bf: so it they're staying... And in life everything happens... Come guys systems and say: we Want Russia, as many teeth ache!!! And these guys, when something hurts, don't touch them.
No Name: I don't mind that Crimea went to hell. Just let Daunbass* with a grab.
* Note: here the commentator gives an insultingly distorted name of the region. In the original, that area of Ukraine called Donbass ("Donets basin"). And Downbass is a name designed to humiliate the population living there.
I can't see this stuff right now, but theoretically, it should all be available here at this link:http://censor.net.%20ua/forum/509912/segodnya_56ya_godovschina_vhojdeniya_kryma_v_sostav_ukrainy_s_prazdnikom_rossiyane/sortby/tree/order/desc/page/7#comments
So, I gave just one example of the behavior of Ukrainians in relation to the issue of belonging to the Crimea, which refers to the period long before the crisis of 2014.
This is just one example out of many thousands. Western propaganda is spreading lies that Russia has committed aggression in Ukraine. In fact, the separation of Crimea and the uprising in the Donbas were the result of the actions of Western countries that supported the illegal coup in Ukraine, as well as supported neo-Nazi Ukrainian groups.
You see, I know about the events in Ukraine first - hand-I have many relatives there. And that is characteristic-none of them supported the Maidan. And all of them now admit that they fear for their lives and health due to the fact that they have a Pro-Russian position. And everyone reports that in Ukraine since the coming to power of neo-Nazis and Pro-Western oligarchs, living conditions have deteriorated significantly.
And you sit, open-mouthed, at the TV, and listen to the propaganda in which you talk about the fact that in Ukraine "blah-blah-blah, something about democracy and Western values, blah-blah-blah, bad Putin, aggressive Russia".