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This is basically a United Nations problem with diplomacy and not military engagement. There is a need to let things simmer down before getting more committed and so analysing the real problem here.
Instead of spending money for hungry kids all over Canada,,,stupid government is spending money for military excercize .Canada your military is a joke compared to Russian. So stay away from Crimea and problems outside Canada . Work to try stop inflation , look all the gas,food, and daily prices we pay. Im a taxpayer and I want you to use our hard-earned money wisely . Stay away from aggressive politics and dont follow blindly USA and England.
You’d better not do anything because you don’t understand what’s going on there.
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