Voices from Russia

Monday, 29 December 2014

29 December 2014. Happy Snowman on the Russian Wikipedia… He’s NOT on the English Version…

00 happy Russian Wikipedia snowman. 29.12.14


Look at the Happy Snowman that they have up on the Russian Wikipedia. He’s not on the English-language version, sadly enough. Probably, it’s because New Year is a FAR bigger thing in Russia than it is in the USA. I should mention that the Russian Wikipedia is the “go-to” version for anything Russian or anything Orthodox. In the English-language Wikipedia, articles on Russia are marred by vicious lies inserted by “Ukrainians” and US Republicans, and articles on Orthodoxy suffer from being edited by Uniates, cluelesss konvertsy like Whiteford, and partisan elements such as SVS. The Russian version is more objective… its articles on Orthodoxy aren’t written by Uniate apostates, konvertsy fools, or academic poseurs… they’re written by real theologians. If you don’t know Russian, run a machine translation. It’s that much better, kids…



Sunday, 2 November 2014

“Ukrainian” Wikipedia Calls Russian Actor Porenchenkov “Murderer” and “Terrorist”

00 ukrainian wikipedia. 02.11.14


This is what the Uniate sludge does. They throw mud at people, they lie, and when that fails, they resort to violence. They’re nekulturny people who never tell the truth and never keep their word. Mikhail Yevgenyevich is an actor… nothing more, nothing less. This is why all articles in the English Wikipedia on the Ukraine are worthless. The Galician Uniates have a concerted effort to keep only their lies in front of the world. That’s why all of my links lead to the Russian Wikipedia, which is truthful. Hold the bill up to the light… there be counterfeits in circulation.

Since the post on the Russian net was made, the chagrined Uniates removed the underlined portions, but they still accused Mikhail Yevgenyevich of being a criminal. Let’s see… if you’re talking about criminals, shouldn’t we be talking about Poroshenko, Yatsenyuk, and Avakov… all of whom have documented larcenies in their records? After all, the Rabbit WAS Yuliya’s bagman… which got him a fancier mansion than Yanukovich’s (the waggish word on the street says, “The Rabbit shits in a solid-gold toilet”… that tells you what the common people think of him and his crimes).


Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Russian Wikipedia Goes on Strike over Censorship Plans


On Tuesday, the Russian-language edition of Wikipedia, the world’s largest free on-line encyclopaedia, suspended operations in protest against a bill proposing a unified digital blacklist of all websites containing banned content. The draft legislation, supported by all four party factions in the RF Gosduma, was widely criticized by civil rights activists and internet providers as an attempt to introduce censorship of the Russian segment of the internet (RuNet). In a statement in its Russian-language edition, Wikipedia said, “The Wikipedia community protests against censorship, which threatens free knowledge opened for the mankind. We ask you to support us in the fight against this bill”. The site is expected to stay offline for 24 hours.

The lower house of the Russian parliament, the Gosduma, passed the controversial bill in the first reading on 6 July and will debate the document in the second reading on Tuesday. The idea of the blacklist originated last year from Russia’s League of Internet Security, after the internet watchdog said it had broken up an international ring of 130 alleged paedophiles circulating material via the internet. According to the draft document, submitted to the Gosduma on 7 June, the unified roster of banned websites will be run by a federal agency to be appointed by the government. The agency will have the right to add items to the blacklist, as will the courts, which already have the authority to ban extremist and other types of content that violates Russian legislation.

The supporters of the blacklist believe it’d curb the spread of on-line pornography and extremist propaganda. However, the opponents of the idea insist that the current version of the bill can’t be an effective tool for rooting out the illegal content and stopping its spread on the internet as it won’t prevent “dirty” users from migrating to other domains and IP-addresses. Wikipedia went offline for 24 hours in a similar action on 18 January, protesting US anti-piracy legislation that could lead to censorship. Because of “blackout” protests on thousands of internet sites, the US Congress postponed the vote on the two contentious bills until it resolved the controversies raised about them.

10 July 2012



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