From BBC Live
Dunja Mijatovic, media freedom representative at the OSCE, said she was "appalled" by the "outrageous" attack on Ukraine's state TV chief (see 12:49 post). It "goes against all media freedom values and cannot be tolerated," she said in a statement.
"This is a particularly serious incident as some attackers not only represent the legislative branch of power, but also are members of the freedom of speech and information committee of the Parliament," said Dunja Mijatovic.
And what was their problem? That TV had aired a video of where Putin signed the Crimea treaty.
Ask yourselves, where were the cops? The cops just idle around when the real authorities - fascist gangs - roam the streets, loot, vandalize and beat people up.
I'm sure it's commonplace in "the fascist english country of Canada". These are serious matters, and you are diminishing their importance with your "jokes". Fascists are in government, do you think it's fun`?
Radsoc's Magic Formulae Impolite green men ban you for promoting science/"derailing topics". The pope would be proud.