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Thursday, 9 March 2017

9 March 2017. Today was Yu A Gagarin’s Birthday

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Today was the birthday of Yu A Gagarin, the first man to fly into outer space. The Anglo toddlers have never lived that one down…

BMD

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Saturday, 13 August 2016

13 August 2016. As Seen by Vitaly Podvitsky… Viva Cuba! Viva Fidel!

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Don’t forget to congratulate Fidel!

The greatest Cuban Comandante, he left an indelible mark in 20th-century world politics. He was a great friend of the USSR, but he was an implacable foe to all American Presidents. The Americans made many attempts on his life… 38 times by Eisenhower, 42 times by Kennedy, 72 times by Johnson, 184 times by Nixon, 64 times by Carter, 197 times by Reagan, 16 times by Bush Sr, and 21 times by Clinton. Castro’s elimination became a kind of obsession for the USA… they used poisoned cigarettes, an Aqualung with TB bacillus in its air-cylinders, and bombs in baseballs, pens, and syringes… just to name a few. A White House memo stated, “Nothing else has more importance; we must invest the money, time, manpower, and effort to do this”. Comandante Fidel himself, commenting on an assassination attempt, once said, “If the ability to survive all these attacks was an Olympic sport, I’d have won a gold medal in it”.

13 August 2016

Vitaly Podvitsky Masterskaya Karikatury

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Saturday, 6 August 2016

The Legend of G S Titov: First Man to Take a Nap in Space

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G S Titov was a big-time Orthodox Christian… I thought that you’d like to know that… he also liked fast cars, fast women, and a bottle or two (he chugged a full bottle of pivo right after landing)… typical Russian, no?

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6 August 1961… 55 years ago…

Soviet cosmonaut G S Titov made the second space flight in history. On 6 August 1961, at 09.00 MSK, Titov blasted into orbit aboard the spacecraft Vostok-2 and stayed there for 25 hours 11 minutes, circling the Earth 17 times. German Titov proved that people could live and work in space. He took the first pictures of Earth from space, ate the first lunch and dinner in weightlessness, and even managed to get some sleep. It was the second manned space flight, but it was the full first day spent in space. At the time of the flight, Titov was only a month short of being 26-years-old, making him the youngest of all cosmonauts who’ve flown in space. After the flight, Titov took part in various space programmes; he was still active as of 1992. Colleagues noted the extraordinary breadth of Titov’s professional interests, ranging from constructing schools and kindergartens for the children of astronauts to the creation of complex spacecraft. Titov was an academician at the K E Tsiolkovsky Academy of Astronautics and the International Academy of Informatisation. His books Семнадцать космических зорь (Seventeen Cosmic Dawns), Первый космонавт планеты (The First Cosmonaut of the Planet), Голубая моя планета (Blue is My Planet), and На звездных и земных орбитах (On Stellar and Terrestrial Orbits) became handbooks for many generations of cosmonauts.

6 August 2016

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Saturday, 5 March 2016

5 March 2016. A Blast From the Past… Black Russians… NOT an Oxymoron!

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Lyukman Rasakovich Adams (1988- ), European Champion triple jumper, Russian Army officer, Master of Sport International Class

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One of the Cabinet asked me about “black Russians”… I’ve posted on them in the past. Read this on black Russians and this on the famous poet James Lloydovich Patterson. Remember this… Russia has a “one drop” rule… one drop of Russian blood makes you Russian… if you shed one drop of your blood for Russia, you’re Russian… if you join your life to ours, you’re Russian… full stop.

For instance, there were 16 American agronomists who revolutionised the cotton industry in Central Asia in the 1930s… why didn’t they work in America? It’s because they had black skin… the USSR welcomed them as competent experts and equal men, unlike the USA of its day. Negro intellectuals became Communists for the very same reason… the Soviets treated them like normal human beings. Paul Robeson found this out, too… which led to his persecution by the McCarthyite scum (do note that William F Buckley was a DEFENDER of that scumbag and his evil doings).

If you support Donald Trump, you support the kind of racism that led black people to embrace the Soviet Ideal. If you support Chilly Hilly, you support the same thing (with the difference that she showers favours on the black pols who pander to her and deliver black votes). If you want to embrace the vision of an America that’s fair to all people of all races, all creeds, and all national origins, you’ll “feel the Bern”… he’s the closest to the Soviet Ideal, in a good way.

Socialism is good… don’t listen to the naysayers… they’re either paid by the greedsters or are greedsters themselves… that is, they “have dogs in this fight”. Have a care… the times are evil…

BMD

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