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Friday, 25 November 2016

25 November 2016. As Seen By Vitaly Podvitsky… One of These Things Is NOT Like the Other!

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One of these things is NOT like the other!

The Russian naval ship Vitse-Admiral Kulakov saved the endangered crew of a Ukrainian fishing vessel in distress in the Mediterranean Sea. At the request of the stricken vessel’s captain, the Kulakov towed the damaged vessel to the island of Crete.

The Ukrainian government is building a dam intended to close off the flow of water to the North Crimean Canal. They aim to cut off freshwater supplies to the Crimea by this action. Plans call for the dam to be complete in December.

25 November 2016

Vitaly Podvitsky Masterskaya Karikatury

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Editor:

If you wanted an illustration of the difference between the Russian and the Galician Uniate Nationalist mindsets, here it is. There’s not enough fuel for heating, the power flickers on and off, there’s not enough food on the shop shelves… but the “Ukrainian Nationalist” haters spend money on hurting others (or, in this case, in the illusion that they’re hurting others). My fervent hope is that Russia settles the hash of the Nationalists and ends the so-called Ukrainian state. Why? To end the suffering of the ordinary people in the so-called “Ukraine”. They haven’t had a straight deal since 1991. If the Russian forces were to enter Kiev, the real people would treat them as liberators from thieves and oppressors. I don’t hate “Ukrainians”… they’re part of Holy Rus and they’re blood of our blood, kin of our kin, bone of our bone, and soul of our soul. I do hate Galician Uniate Nationalism and all that it stands for. Do remember its main hero… the convicted murderer Bandera. Do YOU trust those who adulate a murderer and his rum associates? I don’t… I somehow think that I’m far from alone in thinking so. May God cut their time short to reduce the suffering of the little people… sic semper tyrannis.

By the way, the words of the Russian captain (Вы нам только шепнине мы на помощь привем in the original) come from an old Sov song by Vladimir Troshin in a movie from 1966… I thought that you’d like to know that… a little bit of pop culture…

BMD

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