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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Sun Jun 10, 2007 2:25 pm

Hypno wrote:
Tasuja wrote:
Wow.. 40 years!! Laughing Is that history now study in estonian schools? Estonia was independent country for thousands of years, and only 40 years ago russians came here? Laughing Super! Please send my greetings to uncle Mart.
As others have already answered, he meant the time when Russians were brought in. They were brought, that's a fact. There was even a term for it- russification.


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All KGB agents were sent out in the beginning of independence and I do not see any reason why not to give citizenship for all the rest population.
So they would have one reason less to learn Estonian? No thanks...

You said they should have a choice of choosing what languages to learn- well they do have. But they must realise that with every choice comes consequences. Less Russians speaking Estonian is really not going to help with the integration.

And your example of going to Rimi instead of Maxima was also kinda stupid. I have to run around the town to find an Estonian speaking store clerk? What about stores, that a town usually has only one (with really narrow selection of goods)? What about smaller towns or villages that usually have one or two stores of a type?

Without the language policy (not language police), all store owners could just hire ethnic Russians, who usually ask less money. That would leave me even without the choice of runnig around the city.

As vJ said, no one in Finland would hire anyone to serve customers, who won't speak Finnish. I'm pretty sure it's the same in England with English, in Spain with Spanish and in Russia with Russian.

And the school teachers should know Estonian becouse:
1) It should be an example to the students
2) The school system is moving towards education in Estonian in all subjects.

I agree, and no one really ever described the situation so well I guess. I mean I am not Estonian so I got to know even more. Estonia is also far too small in each dimensions to have a separated population.
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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Fri Jun 22, 2007 11:43 pm

http://www.postimees.ee/230607/esileht/siseuudised/268046.php

A suspect with a beer box talks about the horrors of the Bronze Night

In the Bronze Night he was walking along the rioters, carrying a half box of beer in hand. Next week he is going to give a talk in Bryssel in parliament of EU as a victim tortured by Estonian Police. This "victim" is Juri Zhuravlyov from the Nocturnal Guard (it's an organization in Estonia which consists of Russians guarding the bronze soldier).

Zhuravlyov (34), calling the head of Russia Vladimir Putin "Our President", will travel to Bryssel as he is invited there by Tatyaja Zhdanoka, the member of EU parliament chosen from Latvia.

Zhdanoka who came to Estonia in the end of April in order to support the actions of the Nocturnal Guard and is called "the announcer of Kremlin-supportive organizations of Baltic states" is next week going to organize an action "Torture is reality in nowadays European Union" in the capital of EU.

Accusing the Police

An activist of the Nocturnal Guard and a member of Constitution Party (one of Russian parties in Estonia) who also applied for Estonian parliament this spring, Zhuravlyov is represented in the press announcement of the action as an action's main talker from Estonia. A victim of the Bronze night who is talking about the torturement, cruelty and brutality that took place in Tallinn.

Yesterday Zhuravlyov announced to Postimees that he wants to rip off the cover from a lie that Estonian government has represented until now and he wanted to do it in fron of parliamenteers. "We have a lot of photos and videos about Police torturing and mistreating people in the rooms of Tallinn's harbour," he said. "We did a honest and straight overview about how Estonian government treated innocent people."

When he was asked if the pictures about destroying, shop-robbing and plundering protectors of the bronze soldier are also going to be available, Zhuravlyov said after a little pause of thinking that it will be so. "We are not going to hide anything, we are going to prove that the riot was started by the violence of Estonian police, not oppositedly as the Estonian government is telling," he explaned.

But when he was asked if the picture about himself walking along the damaged street Pärnu maantee with a half box of beer in a hand would also be represented, the man couldn't answer.

"I haven't seen the picture," he assumed, even though the photographical accusal have been put up on the homepage of Estonian Police for weeks and many people have put it up to their own sites as the most expressive flashback of the happenings of the Bronze Night. Leelet Kivioja, the prosecutor of the North district has also assumed to Postimees that the man equipped with beer box is indeed Zhuravlyov, fighter of the Bronze soldier.

Kivioja explained that the hero on the picture could be identified just thanks to the site of Estonian Police and the activist of the Nocturnal Guard has now been invited as a suspect to prosecutor for interrogation.

Denies causing damage

After a hint about the photo which doesn't give an impression of him as a victim, Zhuravlyov's memory started to recover.

"Indeed, now I start to remember. I remember people carrying things out of the shops and then I suddenly saw that half box of beer lieing on the ground," Zhuravlyov explained. "I think some people just asked me to bring the box to them and so I did. That's it."

The activist assumes that he himself didn't go to any shops to steal anything. He didn't go there because of interest, either. "The box just stood in the middle of the street and I really couldn't consider it to be stolen from anywhere," said Zhuravlyov who considers himself quite an abstemious man.


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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Sat Jun 23, 2007 9:55 am

Helena wrote:
http://www.postimees.ee/230607/esileht/siseuudised/268046.php

A suspect with a beer box talks about the horrors of the Bronze Night

In the Bronze Night he was walking along the rioters, carrying a half box of beer in hand. Next week he is going to give a talk in Bryssel in parliament of EU as a victim tortured by Estonian Police. This "victim" is Juri Zhuravlyov from the Nocturnal Guard (it's an organization in Estonia which consists of Russians guarding the bronze soldier).

Zhuravlyov (34), calling the head of Russia Vladimir Putin "Our President", will travel to Bryssel as he is invited there by Tatyaja Zhdanoka, the member of EU parliament chosen from Latvia.

Zhdanoka who came to Estonia in the end of April in order to support the actions of the Nocturnal Guard and is called "the announcer of Kremlin-supportive organizations of Baltic states" is next week going to organize an action "Torture is reality in nowadays European Union" in the capital of EU.

Accusing the Police

An activist of the Nocturnal Guard and a member of Constitution Party (one of Russian parties in Estonia) who also applied for Estonian parliament this spring, Zhuravlyov is represented in the press announcement of the action as an action's main talker from Estonia. A victim of the Bronze night who is talking about the torturement, cruelty and brutality that took place in Tallinn.

Yesterday Zhuravlyov announced to Postimees that he wants to rip off the cover from a lie that Estonian government has represented until now and he wanted to do it in fron of parliamenteers. "We have a lot of photos and videos about Police torturing and mistreating people in the rooms of Tallinn's harbour," he said. "We did a honest and straight overview about how Estonian government treated innocent people."

When he was asked if the pictures about destroying, shop-robbing and plundering protectors of the bronze soldier are also going to be available, Zhuravlyov said after a little pause of thinking that it will be so. "We are not going to hide anything, we are going to prove that the riot was started by the violence of Estonian police, not oppositedly as the Estonian government is telling," he explaned.

To be continued.

lol what a joke, first they started a riot and then they cry how police had to stop it with force... :'(
and another joke is that he accuses us for torturing russians lol, but he seems not remember how russian soldiers torture chechnyas for example..

"I DID NOTHING, ONLY ROBBED A KIOSK AND DRANK BEER AND INSULTED ESTONIANS FASCISTS AND NOW I FEEL LIKE TORTURED AFTER POLICE HAD TO CALM ME DOWN!!"

just sad Sad
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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Mon Jun 25, 2007 12:27 am

I finished the translation.
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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Tue Jun 26, 2007 2:24 pm

Helena wrote:
I finished the translation.

makes the russian look even more pathetic Very Happy

"the beer box was only lying on ground, couldn't have been stolen.." lol Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Tue Jun 26, 2007 2:57 pm

vJ wrote:
Helena wrote:
I finished the translation.

makes the russian look even more pathetic Very Happy

"the beer box was only lying on ground, couldn't have been stolen.." lol Very Happy

Welcome back, vj!

He's only a finderkeeper who likes beer, man Very Happy and who would refuse a couple of free beers?.. lol!
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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Tue Jun 26, 2007 8:03 pm

NowhereMan wrote:
vJ wrote:
Helena wrote:
I finished the translation.

makes the russian look even more pathetic Very Happy

"the beer box was only lying on ground, couldn't have been stolen.." lol Very Happy

Welcome back, vj!

He's only a finderkeeper who likes beer, man Very Happy and who would refuse a couple of free beers?.. lol!

tyty, I was on holiday at estonia Smile best time of the year innit, finland feels like crap now Sad
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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Thu Jun 28, 2007 6:30 pm

vJ wrote:
NowhereMan wrote:
vJ wrote:
Helena wrote:
I finished the translation.

makes the russian look even more pathetic Very Happy

"the beer box was only lying on ground, couldn't have been stolen.." lol Very Happy

Welcome back, vj!

He's only a finderkeeper who likes beer, man Very Happy and who would refuse a couple of free beers?.. lol!

tyty, I was on holiday at estonia Smile best time of the year innit, finland feels like crap now Sad

Eesti, Eesti! rendeer
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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Thu Jun 28, 2007 8:49 pm

Kiskun wrote:
vJ wrote:
NowhereMan wrote:
vJ wrote:
Helena wrote:
I finished the translation.

makes the russian look even more pathetic Very Happy

"the beer box was only lying on ground, couldn't have been stolen.." lol Very Happy

Welcome back, vj!

He's only a finderkeeper who likes beer, man Very Happy and who would refuse a couple of free beers?.. lol!

tyty, I was on holiday at estonia Smile best time of the year innit, finland feels like crap now Sad

Eesti, Eesti! rendeer

ise oled pőder Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Sat Jun 30, 2007 1:45 pm

vJ wrote:
Kiskun wrote:
vJ wrote:
NowhereMan wrote:
vJ wrote:
Helena wrote:
I finished the translation.

makes the russian look even more pathetic Very Happy

"the beer box was only lying on ground, couldn't have been stolen.." lol Very Happy

Welcome back, vj!

He's only a finderkeeper who likes beer, man Very Happy and who would refuse a couple of free beers?.. lol!

tyty, I was on holiday at estonia Smile best time of the year innit, finland feels like crap now Sad

Eesti, Eesti! rendeer

ise oled pőder Very Happy

"You yourself are the pőder, but what is pőder?"
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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Sat Jun 30, 2007 11:36 pm

"Pőder" is elk.

Edit: moved a link that didn't work.


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PostSubject: Re: About human rights in Estonia   Sun Jul 01, 2007 4:53 pm

The link doesn't work for me, I would need a password. But anyway, elk now I know, thanks.
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