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Offline den4ik2608

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Policy or Creativity?
« on: May 15, 2016, 03:36:12 AM »

Offline Danijel

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Re: Policy or Creativity?
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2016, 07:15:06 AM »
Absolutely Policy. As i said in the ESC 2016 final thread:

for years i feel it's all sold out, and i really don't see anything on earth how Ukraine was better than any of the bottom 3 (UK, Czechia and Germany). It's obvious for years since 2008 that the main thing is to prevent Russia from winning, and yes, Russia have received lot of boos in recent years and we all can understand why, but this year, i did not take into account that the main thing was to humiliate Russia and possibly to get rid of them, as ESC 2017 will be hosted in "hostile country"...anyway i think Australia was zillion times better than Ukraine, but Australia victory would have give many a big headache due to the long distance....

Australia should have been the winner.

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Re: Policy or Creativity?
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2016, 08:38:52 AM »
Actually EBU supported Russia at ESC, especially this year

EBU issues statement about jury voting in Russia

They don't care about nationalities, they don't care about people. No one can accuse them for real of  being discriminatory towards one nation or the other. 
All they care about is a 5 letters word that starts with m. They proved it like never before this year. Simple as that.

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