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Sunday, 4 June 2017

4 June 2017. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words… Rusins are NOT “Ukrainians”… Never Were, Aren’t, and Never Will Be

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The American/Galician Uniate occupation of Podkarpatskaya Krai isn’t going unopposed. Draft dodging is well-nigh universal, and if the voenkom is mostly locals, it’s never reported. The people still reject schismatic Ukrop “Orthodoxy” and Galician Uniatism. Just because the mainstream media isn’t reporting this story doesn’t mean that it isn’t true. Rusins aren’t boastful and loud liars like the Galician Uniate nationalists. They’re a quiet folk, but all the more resolute for that…

BMD

4 June 2017. Only in Russia! “Cat Stairs”

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Russians believe that no house is a home without a cat in it. This householder decided to place “stairs” on the side of the house so that his cat could go outside more easily. Now, only a Russian would do that! We’re the world’s “crazy cousin”, after all… we do what others only think about.

BMD

Partisans on the March in Kherson Oblast

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Dear Friends!

During the night of 2-3 June, unknown parties burned three heavy lorries at the Nezhdana Market in Kopani (Kherson Oblast. Tsiurupinsk Raion). The lorries were totally burnt-out. Locals said that they heard automatic gunfire and saw flames at the other end of the village. Both the police and the fire brigade took their time getting there, arriving only after the fire gutted the lorries. This is the reality of today’s situation in the Eastern Ukraine.

In Respect,

Aleksei Zhuravko

4 June 2017

Aleksei Zhuravko

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Want to Try Some Russian Wine?

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Russia is home to historic wineries although few bottles end up on tables in the west. However, with exports beginning to flow out, there’s an increasing chance that people in the wider world will come to know and love Russian wine as much as many locals do.

Among the most storied wineries in Russia is Massandra in the Crimean city of Yalta on the Black Sea. Knyaz Lev Golitsyn first opened the winery in 1894. Like much private property in Russia, the Soviets nationalised the winery. However, unlike many wine producers in the USSR, the Massandra vineyards remained open even during Gorbachyov’s war on drinking in the late 1980s. Today, Massandra looks to export more wine in spite of threats from the Ukrainian régime, who whine about everything from a recent auction of Massandra’s valuable vintage bottles to the fact the winery still operates. However, that didn’t stop President Putin and his friend former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi from sharing a bottle of wine said to be worth 90,000 USD (5.1 million Roubles. 613,000 Renminbi. 5.8 million INR. 122,000 CAD. 121,000 AUD. 80,000 Euros. 70,000 UK Pounds).

Recently, the Alma Valley Winery, a younger Crimean winery, won top awards at an Italian wine festival. Crimean wine country is a popular destination for people throughout Russia. You can book a visit to Massandra by visiting their website or getting in touch on +7 (3654) 35-24-38 or office@massandra.su. To visit the Alma Valley Winery, contact them via their website or ring them up on +7 36554–9–19–79. Alternatively, you can send them an email at, office@alma-valley.ru.

4 June 2017

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