Posts Tagged ‘ Putin ’

About recent civilian casualties in Ukraine

May 11th, 2014 | By

The only open question is: are there still any “neutral” citizens in Ukraine that would be persuaded by civilian victims to join terrorists’ cause? Can there still be any neutral citizens in the first place? I can’t definitely answer to that question, but I doubt there are.


Putin’s Orphans

Dec 29th, 2012 | By

As we now know from recent news bulletins, Russia’s Vladimir Putin has blocked US couples from adopting Russian children. Not because Russian children are considered at risk in the USA, but in a tit-for-tat diplomatic move following US bans on Russian human rights violaters.


An Intellectual Exercise for August What’s Coming Next?

Aug 5th, 2011 | By

August has an almost “mystical record” in Russia. Since 1961, if “something big” happened, it happened in the month of August. And since 1986, “something” has happened almost every August. The first on record was the erection of the Berlin Wall on the 13th of August 1961. Then there was the invasion of Czechoslovakia on August 21, 1968, the sinking of “Admiral Nakhimov” on August 31, 1986, and then we witness practically, non-stop, repeating August disasters that were capped off by the firestorms of August, 2010. There were 7 technology disasters (sinking ships, crashing airplanes, derailed trains, exploding turbines), five major terror acts, two military interventions (including the Russian Georgian war in 2008), which happened or were staged in the month of August since 1986. But the highlight is certainly the 1991 coup in Moscow, exactly 20 years ago this August.


My Pal Viktor Fedorovych

Jul 10th, 2011 | By

… did you see the news clip of Mr. Putin at a Russian car show.  He was invited to start a new Lada meant to impress the world.  It took him a while!  It almost didn’t start!  It seems analogous to Putin’s friendship with you and Russia’s relationship with Ukraine … not dependable … not to be trusted.


Open Letter to the European Round Table

May 29th, 2011 | By
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Thinking logically, may the act of de-hero-worship of anybody be the justification for a series of unlawful actions, directed in the end to the reviving of the Russian neo-Nazism?

So, we have classical picture of the struggle between forces of Good and forces of Evil, when the latter resort to the slander, whitewash of the criminals and freedom usurpers of the past, trying to compel the democrats of the world to believe theirs hundred-per-cent lie. The antidemocrats and neo-Nazi themselves accuse democrats of the neo-Nazism!