Voices from Russia

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

UN Uncovers Atrocities and Enormities Committed by Uniate Junta Pigs

00 Justice Gagged. Uniate. 08.12

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Read this. The UN accuses the Uniate junta pigs of human rights abuses. This is nothing new for so-called “Ukrainian Catholics”. In the VOV, they were collaborators for the Nazis… the Holocaust in the USSR was only possible due to their enthusiastic participation (the Balts were just as keen in killing Jews, by the way). In World War I, the Uniate hierarchy sucked up to the Habsburgs… and supported such war crimes as Talerhof. Ever since their apostasy in 1596, the Uniates have been violent lickspittles of Western interests. Therefore, this UN report is unsurprising. However… DO NOT HATE. Oppose them, yes… kill them, if we must (I’m speaking of the war-zone, of course)… BUT NEVER HATE. Otherwise, you sink into the same moral cesspit that the Uniates inhabit.

The truth will set you free. The Uniates are a sterling example of how falsehood imprisons… how perfidy rots the soul… how treason can pass down through the generations. It’s not pretty, but it’s reality. Face it… it’s what’s out there. Our coreligionists suffer… shall you remain silent?

BMD

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Veteran’s Last Wish Granted by Anonymous Donor

00 flowers on grave. 18.11.12

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Editor:

If you can send a fin or two to help in a good cause, attend to the phone number listed at the bottom of the article. This is on the up and square.

BMD

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This old soldier didn’t quite make it to Veterans Day. Jim Ayers’ failing heart gave its final beat on 7 August. He was 91. Ayers left the world penniless and with no relatives around to pick up the tab for the cost of his send-off. Of course, those who served can always receive free burial in a national VA cemetery. However, one of Ayers’ last wishes was that he be laid to rest in the neatly groomed graveyard that’s just a short walk from where he worshipped with those he called his family… St John The Baptist Antiochian Orthodox Church in Post Falls. Thanks to an anonymous donor who paid 2,650 USD (123,000 Roubles. 16,200 Renminbi. 163,000 INR. 3,000 CAD. 3,030 AUD. 2,120 Euros. 1,680 UK Pounds) for mortuary and gravesite costs, Ayers’ got his wish. Since then, people raised about half that figure to repay the generous donor. Though important, getting the rest of the bill settled was only part of the reason they invited me to St John’s last week.

Those who knew the retired insurance salesman best believe that we should remember his service to our country and the positive way that he lived his later years. Jenny Dancy, a spokesman for St Johns, said, “Jim was a happy, good-natured guy. He was easy to make friends with and you could tell that he wanted to make the rest of his time on Earth as meaningful as he could”. Dancy met Ayers in 2007, just after she landed a job driving a bus for the independent living home where he lived. She was also working on her University of Idaho undergraduate degree in psychology with a specialty in gerontology. In simple English, Dancy has a real heart for the elderly. It didn’t take long for her to become fast pals with this aged guy addicted to Lifesavers and the raw oysters served at a nearby restaurant. It also didn’t take long for Dancy to become aware of Ayers’ service during World War II.

One giveaway was the large black-and-white photograph that Ayers hung outside his room. It showed that Ayers was a proud member of the 604 Field Artillery Battalion, which fought and bled in support of the élite 10 Mountain Division. It also didn’t take long for Ayers to tell Dancy about the nickname they had for the mules that hauled shells and artillery pieces up and down the steep and primitive terrain that was impassable for motor vehicles. They called them “Jennies”. Laughing heartily, Dancy said, “He loved telling me that one”. Dancy related that Ayers told her, “The conditions were brutal. Brotherhood and camaraderie were necessary just for sheer survival. Italy was a war-torn country and terrain made troop and supplies movement very difficult”. The army drafted Ayers in 1943; he trained in the Rockies where conditions sometimes reached 30 below zero Fahrenheit (-34.5 degrees).

She said that his medals included the European African Middle Eastern Service Medal, the Good Conduct Medal, the World War II Victory Medal, the American Service Medal, and the Bronze Star. By the way, they buried the medals along with the old soldier. Dancy said of her friend, “You could tell that in his younger days he’d been quite a strong man, but he also had a tender heart and really cared about his fellow man”.

Anyone wishing to help can call Dancy at (208) 640-8596

11 November 2014

Doug Clark

The Spokesman-Review (Spokane WA)

http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2014/nov/11/doug-clark-veterans-last-wish-granted-by/

Wednesday, 12 November 2014

America’s Oldest-Living Veteran: 108-Year-Old Whiskey-Drinking, Cigar-Smoking Richard Overton

00 Richard Overton. US WWII vet. 12.11.14

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On Tuesday, Richard Overton, America’s oldest living veteran, participated in the Veterans Day parade in Austin TX, posing for selfies from the passenger seat of a slow-moving car along the parade route. Chances are, the 108-year-old World War II veteran began the day like any other… on the porch, smoking a cigar, sipping a cup of coffee stiffened with whiskey. Overton told CNN last fall, “I drink whiskey in my coffee. Sometimes, I drink it straight. I smoke my cigars, blow the smoke out … I don’t swallow it”.

Overton, who was born on 11 May 1906, in Bastrop County, Texas, served three years in the US Army, with stops in Hawaii, Guam, Palau, and Iwo Jima. According to the Austin American Statesman, the centenarian still lives in the house he bought when he returned from World War II, still drives an old Ford truck and a Chevy Monte Carlo, and still helps “transport widows to church”. Last year, he received formal recognition as the oldest-living veteran last year. At the time, Overton said, “It makes me feel pretty good. It makes me think I’ve done something right. If I’d done something wrong, I wouldn’t be here”.

Last Veterans Day, Overton travelled to Washington DC, where US President Barack Obama honoured him at an event at Arlington National Cemetery. Obama said, “When the war ended, Richard headed home to Texas to a nation bitterly divided by race. His service on the battlefield wasn’t always matched by the respect that he deserved at home, but this veteran held his head high. He carried on and lived his life with honour and dignity”. In May 2013, a local television reporter asked Overton how long he expected to live. Overton replied, “Whatever God gives me. If he gives me ten more years, I hope I’ll be able to take it. If he gives me five, I hope I’ll be able to take it”.

11 November 2014

Dylan Stableford

Yahoo News

http://news.yahoo.com/americas-oldest-living-veteran-richard-overton-whiskey-211033103.html

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

11 November 2014. The Vets of the Anti-Hitler Coalition are Passing On… Honour Their Podvig… Honour What They Fought For

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World War II… the Great Patriotic War (VOV)… ended 69 years ago. The vets that are left are elderly… they won’t be with us much longer.

Honour them!

Through their courage… through their self-sacrifice… through their patriotism and love of humanity… they put down the spectre of fascism! Unfortunately, today… fascism rises from its grave, fangs bared, the blood of innocents dripping from its jaws. If you honour the sacrifice of the World War II vets of the Anti-Hitler Coalition you’ll oppose the Neo-Nazi Uniate junta in the Ukraine (and the fascist juntas in Croatia, Latvia, and Estonia too). Our fathers and grandfathers put down the fascist snakes… it’s our duty to see that the snake stays DEAD.

Oppose all fascist resurrections!

Your life does depend on it. Now, go and congratulate a World War II vet… they fought for YOU…

They all had faces… they all had names… and they lived on your street…

BMD

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