Russians rioted in Tallinn and other Estonian cities this weekend, leaving store fronts shattered, dozens injured and one man dead. Their stated grievance was the removal Friday of a Soviet war memorial from central Tallinn. The real inspiration was Moscow.
The Estonian government transferred the bronze statue of a Red Army soldier and exhumed remains of Soviet troops to a military cemetery near the capital. Estonians are generous to keep them at all. The Soviets annexed their country in 1940 and only let go 51 years later. France doesn’t have a memorial to the Nazi occupation.
Since its liberation, no former Soviet republic has managed to irritate the bear as much as this plucky Baltic mouse of 1.3 million people — including 300,000 Russians — famous for its ultramodern economy. Moscow has for years accused Estonia and Latvia of violating ethnic Russians’ rights. These countries insist, not unreasonably, that Russians learn a few words of their language to gain citizenship.
The Wall Street Journal
Скажите мне пожалуйста, какой соловей кровавого режыма в России может ТАК ВРАТЬ?! Ну хотя бы один пример.
Нет в мире страны поганей и омерзительней, чем Пиндостан. Нет людей глупее и опаснее, чем те, кто хочет сделать Россию такой же.