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Saturday, 18 February 2017

18 February 2017. Milunka Savić… Serbia’s Warrior Heroine



The crackbrained “conservatives” are fond of telling us that women are unsuitable to face the rigours of combat. I’d submit that the story of Milunka Savić debunks that rightwing fable. She fought in the Balkan Wars and the First World War, and won many decorations, including foreign ones, for her bravery. Yes… this may only apply to only some women… but that cohort should have the right to fight (indeed, there are many women fighting in the patriot forces in the Donbass against the Uniate fascist aggressors today).

Oppose all lunatic rightwingers (especially, “libertarians” and so-called “paleocons”) wherever you may find them. They’re ravening enemies of decency, humanity, and true spirituality. No good can come of any “dialogue” with such sorts. They’ve chosen to follow a monstrous ideology (Libertarianism in particular and “conservatism” in general put too much trust in the basic goodness and perfectibility of mankind). Trust me, you and I can’t change that. We can only wait and hope for the best.



Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Tsipras Government Wins Confidence Vote in Hellenic Parliament

00 Alexis Tsipras. SYRIZA. Greece. 11.02.15


On Wednesday, the government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras won a confidence vote in the Hellenic Parliament. 162 members of his coalition supported him, 149 from the SYRIZA bloc and 13 from their coalition partners in ANEL, but 137 opposition lawmakers voted against the motion. The government needed to win the vote of confidence, as it must prove it has enough votes to pass bills in parliament before it can start work. Tsipras pledged that on Wednesday, following the vote of confidence, he’d start to implement actions to ameliorate the humanitarian crisis in the country.

11 February 2015

Sputnik International


Thursday, 5 February 2015

5 February 2015. A Picture IS Worth a Thousand Words… The First Official Act of Alexis Tsipras

00 Alexis Tsipras. 05.02.15


The first official act of Alexis Tsipras as Prime Minister of the Hellenic Republic was to lay flowers at the National Resistance Memorial. Hmm… who were the Greeks resisting? The Germans! Gee… aren’t they resisting the Germans today, too (many call the EU “the Fourth Reich” in reference to it having an almost-identical programme to the German economic policy for occupied Europe followed by the Nazis)? Tsipras was saying, “We’re not going to lay down and let the Germans fuck us again!” Mate this with President Putin’s personal invite to the Rodina… do I really have to spell it out for you? Tsipras had best watch his back… the Anglo Americans are sore losers…


Vova Invites Tsipras to Russia

00 Carlos Latuff. Greek economic Crisis. 2010

The EU/USA duopoly wants to FUCK the Greek people to enrich the already-rich through installing an ILLEGITIMATE neoliberal dictatorship… Russia wants to HELP the Greek people and their freely-elected LEGITIMATE socialist government… which side are YOU on? I’ll confide to you… the Mountain supports Russia! Is that a hint or what?


On Thursday, Assistant to the RF President Yu V Ushakov said that President V V Putin invited recently-appointed Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to visit Russia. In a phone conversation, Putin congratulated Tsipras and the leftist SYRIZA bloc on their election victory and on taking office. Ushakov said, “The conversation was very warm and constructive. Our president invited Tsipras to visit Russia”, adding that, amongst other things, the sides discussed routes to deliver Russian gas to Europe and the situation in the Ukraine.


Lavrov Invites New Greek Foreign Minister to Visit Moscow

Alexis Tsipras, Aged 40, Becomes Greece’s New National Leader

5 February 2015

Sputnik International


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