Voices from Russia

Saturday, 31 August 2013

Baba Mugged Outside Homestead PA Church


No… this isn’t the mugger… it’s one of the greedster businessmen who destroyed a town… think on it…


 An 82-year-old woman went home Thursday after spending two weeks first in the hospital, and then in rehab. She was discharged hours after 18-year-old Michael Duku of the North Side was taken into custody on charges including robbery, assault, and conspiracy. Police say Duku and another man shoved the elderly woman to the sidewalk two weeks ago after she attended Sunday church services in Homestead PA. Duku ran off with her purse. Fr Robert Buczak of St Nicholas Orthodox Church, where the woman was a long-time member of the congregation, said he paid several visits to the woman since she was assaulted. Fr Bob told KDKA-TV’s Ralph Iannotti that she’s in good spirits, adding, “She suffered a broken shoulder, broken orbital bones in her face, and a big cut above her eye. She’ll be in a sling for six to eight weeks now”. He said that the woman forgives the robbers who attacked her, then, he observed, “They would’ve gotten more in church, than they got out of her purse”. An eyewitness who recognised his mug shot identified Duku. A constable picked him up. Homestead Mayor Betty Esper said she was relieved to hear that at least one suspect has been arrested, saying, “You don’t want any church to feel that [parishioners] can come out of Sunday services after praying and they are afraid, you just don’t want that”. Duku is being held on a 75,000 USD (2.5 million Roubles. 78,000 CAD. 81,600 AUD. 57,000 Euros. 48,000 UK Pounds) bond.

29 August 2013

Ralph Iannotti

KDKA CBS 2 Pittsburgh


Editor’s Note:

Many of our old neighbourhoods have gone to the dogs. The major reason is that greedy businessmen have moved going enterprises to locales that give them more “profit”… destroying towns, neighbourhoods, and family ties in the process (but it puts more money in the rich man’s boodle bag… so, they call it “good”). None dare call it evil…



31 August 2013. Gay Protest Outside St Nick’s Cathedral in San Francisco… What a Buncha Maroons!

00 St Nicholas Cathedral. San Francisco CA. 31.08.13


Read this. This was the DUMBEST thing that the organised gays could’ve done. Well, there WAS one dumber thing… actually attacking the building or clergy… thank God, that didn’t happen. No one was hurt and no property was damaged. This was STOOPID in the extreme. One of my contacts in the Bay Area told me that some gay bloggers spread dezinformatsiya about the Russian law. The law forbids the spread of information about homosexuality to minors and the suborning of minors by adults… it doesn’t outlaw homosexuality, nor is it a precursor to such. Irresponsible people did imply that, leading to a nasty contretemps at St Nick’s last Sunday. This only strengthened the hands of the radicals on both sides, which means that the water will be muddied for quite some time. Both sides will wrap themselves up in the robes of the “oppressed”, which means that any rational discussion will go out the window. Mind you, the radicals don’t represent the majority on either side, but they’ve gained control of the bully pulpit. It’ll be hellish to get them out (on both sides). It reminds me of a bitter anecdote from the Sov times:

Somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean, two submarines, Soviet and American, come to the surface. The Soviet one is old and rusty; the American one is new and shiny. On the Soviet one, the crew lounges about without any order, and a drunken captain yells at them, “Who threw a valenok on the control board? I’m asking you, who threw a valenok on the control board?!” From the American submarine, a shaved, sober, and well-dressed captain, noted sarcastically, “You know, folks, in America…” The Russian captain interrupted him, screaming, “America? America??! There’s none of your fucking America any more!” (Turns back to the crew) “Who threw a valenok onto the control board?!”

With this pointless demonstration, they’ve thrown a valenok on the control board. God do help us all…


31 August 2013. Memorial Cathedral of Ss Peter and Paul. Prokhorovka Museum Reserve. Kursk RF

00 Cathedral of Ss Peter and Paul. Kursk. Prokhorovka. 31.08.13


To go with the post below, I found an image of the Memorial Cathedral of Ss Peter and Paul on the Kursk Battlefield at the Prokhorovka Museum Reserve. It’s dedicated to all the Red Army soldiers who died in the Battle of Kursk, which was the last strategic offensive of the Wehrmacht in the VOV. It was completed in 1994-95, Ponder this… the Komsomoltsy light candles in church (and remember our history)… the pro-Western greedsters lay on the beach (and stash their money in Western banks… none dare call them traitors). I know which group is which… and, to be frank, so do you…


31 August 2013. A Picture IS Worth a Thousand Words… “Thanks, Grandpa, for the Victory!”

00a Kursk anniversary. KPRF. 31.08.13


00aa Kursk anniversary. KPRF. 31.08.13


The Komsomoltsy marked the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Kursk. In Russia, the commies are the patriotic people (nowadays, most of ’em are believers), whilst the pro-WesternFree Market” sorts are selfish godless anti-patriots (just like their American analogues). That is, as a member of the Russian diaspora in the USA, I’d be proud to stand tall with Gennady Andreyevich… and I’d avoid greedster pigs like Prokhorov (and their diaspora enablers like Potapov). Don’t forget, after ’91, slinking stinkers like Potapov thrust a knife into the back of the Mother Church by sending over “missionaries” to disrupt the Church in the Motherland (and ordained questionable sorts such as Valentin Rusantsov and Agafangel Pashkovsky as bishops). The Komsomoltsy stood tall in defence of the Churches and clergy when they were attacked by American-financed mobs (whilst Potapov badmouthed Patriarch Aleksei at Georgetown U… there are witnesses). I know who I want to associate with. Do you?


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