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Welcome to Wikimedia Commons, Soul Train!
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Crimea[edit]

Thank you for thanking for the category renaming of Crimean places from Ukraine to Russia. I invite you to participate with your opinion on the subject in the now opened forum discussion posted on Community HELP needed on the subject of renaming Crimea categories from Ukraine to Russia Good evening --Walta (talk) 21:44, 22 March 2014 (UTC)

Crimea[edit]

Stop adding Russian mention from Creimea-related categories and files. If you'll continue edit warring, your actions can be qualified as vandalism and your account may be blocked. P.S. As I understand, you are from Russia. I recommend you to explore Russian literature about Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin (Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact, annexation of Czechoslovakia, annexation of Finland, Katyn massacre, etc). It will be fascinating reading about the idol of current Russian authorities, the idols who killed Polish, Russian and Ukrainian people. But this is just personal recommendation. Make peace not war, Brother. – Bobek (talk) 04:27, 24 March 2014 (UTC)

  • How can you talking like that? Talking about Hitler to us, people who crushed nazists during the Great Patriotic War? What do you know about Crimea? Have you ever been there? Do you know that almost everybody in Crimea and in Sevastopol never loved Ukraine? ...that even all Ukrainians in Crimea always speak in Russian? When Western Ukrainians from Lvov take the power in Kiev, the first decision was to ban the law about minorities' languages. OK, we can talk that Maidan was the good and Peoples Revolution, but... to whom stirred this law? Different nations live in Russia. Almost all ethnic minorities have official recognition of their languages at the level of the republics. You are talking about Hitler, how can you doing like that? I was in Katyn last year, it was real terrible situation. But the fact is one: Poles, as well as Russians, and Ukrainians, had one enemy - fascists. Millions of Poles died during WW2, and now you are writing to me that Bandera was the good guy, BUT Putin is "like a Hitler"-bad guy. And after all, people in Crimea voted in referendum to not living with Maidan, with Bandera-fans, they do not want Ukrainisation, they do not want to go to European Union and in NATO. This was their choise. And what should we do? To spit on them?--Soul Train (talk) 20:01, 24 March 2014 (UTC)
      • My advice: less TV, more thinking. Bobek (talk) 21:26, 24 March 2014 (UTC)

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