You know what?
Fuc* it, I'm letting the rmb decide
You can't control my characters...
tell that to your Minister of Foreign Affairs I wasn't controlling in he said he wouldn't be harmed
That's a chad move there ngl
He said no
I see you're a dog. :D
I like dogs.
We lost one yesterday on the RMB.
I was catching up.
Yeah, sad isn't it? smh
Are you all good?
The country of my Mother and Birth.
Can't wait for the travel bans to lift so I can visit my family in North Yorkshire.
I used to get a lot of satisfaction in chopping wood! Lol
Did you catch anything?
Say it again!
I dare you!
Do it and I will choose the most authoritarian person I have and elect him as the new leader!
tell your master Foreign Affairs he's not getting any immigrants back from your nation as they are now my citizens
Yes the Crimea was forcefully given to Ukraine after WWII because Mr. Moustache evicted all the jews and then the soviets deported the Crimean Tatars leaving the Crimea to a couple thousand people. So the Russian SSR didn't want to do anything with it, they gave to Ukraine as a "gift" and sent in unexperienced Russians to cultivate on the Crimea. They first removed fertile areas and integrated them into their provinces and gave a desert in exchange. Keep in the Crimea was a semi-arid desert without the Crimean channel, and the Ukrainian SSR was poor for a couple years because it devoted it's budget to make the Crimea the perfect destination for soviet tourists and for irrigation. They built many factories for the Crimea to become a part of their economy. Many people died during the work to the efforts of the Ukrainian SSR. During the dissolution of the USSR, Russia signed a treaty saying it acknowledged the borders and lands of Ukraine. In 2000 Russia started paying Crimean politicians big money to be pro-Russian. And they did. During the "democratic referendum" the Russians came into the Central Oblast Government of the Crimea, put guns by people's heads and said "Vote to be part of Russia". So let's get this into something easier. Imagine the owner of a 15 apartment building said to one apartment owner to add another room, and said he wasn't going to help them. So the owner did. The owner enjoyed his new bedroom for a somewhat period of time. One day, the landlord came and said "This is my bedroom now and I own it".
Fine, I'll become more worse, just for you