Voices from Russia

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

8 October 2014. As Seen by Vitaly Podvitsky. Law… Order… Honour. 2014

00 Vitaly Podvitsky. Law... Order... Honour... 2014

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The Berkutovtsy exemplified courage in the face of extreme provocation. They had orders to keep casualties to a minimum, and they did their best to do so. The American-led mobs showed no scruples… they had American-supplied weapons and used them to kill, not only cops, but also ordinary folks who wouldn’t buckle under to their threats and “orders”. Remember, the Uniate mobs of today are the descendants, often literal descendants, of UPA terrorists and murderers… they say that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Well, the violence and brutality of contemporary Uniates matches that shown by their forebears in the VOV and in the immediate postwar years. Honour the Berkutovtsy… they stood tall and took punishment that few could withstand. They did have Pride, Integrity, Guts…

BMD

8 October 2014. As Seen by Vitaly Podvitsky. Coming Home! 2014

00 Vitaly Podvitsky. Coming Home! 2014

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The Crimea is back in the Motherland… it’s back to STAY. By the way, things are returning to normal there after the 23-year misrule of the oligarchs and the Uniates. They’re bringing the old Pioneer camps back up to snuff (the oligarchs and Uniates stole unmercifully from them), the seaside resorts are coming back, and business is returning to pre-1991 levels. The rest of the Ukraine is due for liberation from the Uniate fascists… how long? The people suffer…

BMD

Well, Waddaya Know… Another First for Pittsburgh: World’s Largest Pierogi

00 giant pittsburgh pierogi. 08.10.14

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On National Pierogi Day, this morning, chefs at Rivers Casino made what Guinness World Records verified to be the world’s largest pierogi. The giant dumpling weighed in at 123 pounds (56 kilos), establishing a record. Filled with 60 pounds (27 kilos) of potatoes and 5 pounds (2¼ kilos) of cheddar cheese, the pierogi was so big that the casino had to make a stainless-steel holder to first boil and then bake it. The total cooking time was about 2 hours. Executive Chef Richard Marmion said, “It’s pretty cool. What a totally neat experience we can be proud of”. He laboured for more than a year to come up with the recipe and figure out how to cook it. Assistant Executive Chef Adam Tharpe added, “We’re part of that Guinness weirdness in a very Pittsburgh way. Only in Pittsburgh would there be so much excitement over pierogies”. However, already, controversy is brewing. Minutes after the official proclamation by Guinness adjudicator Michael Empric at 10.00 EDT, the folks at PGH Pierogi Truck took to Twitter in protest. They tweeted, “We have fundamental problems with this ‘pierogi’. Because it isn’t one. It’s pagach”. The pagach is a variation on the pierogi. It’s an Eastern European yeast bread stuffed with mashed potatoes, sauerkraut or sweet cabbage, and then baked.

8 October 2014

Gretchen McKay

Pittsburgh (PA) Post-Gazette

http://www.post-gazette.com/local/region/2014/10/08/Another-first-for-Pittsburgh-World-s-biggest-pierogi/stories/201410080174

BREAKING NEWS… DNR Big Zakharchenko Denied Reports of His Resignation

00 aleksandr zakharchenko. 27.08.14

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In an interview with Pervy Kanal TV, Chairman of the DNR Government A V Zakharchenko denied reports about his resignation that appeared in a number of Russian and Ukrainian media outlets. Russian magazines Ekspert and Russky Reporter published an alleged interview with Zakharchenko, in which he supposedly spoke of his resignation.

8 October 2014

Novorusinform

http://www.novorosinform.org/news/id/11363

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