Voices from Russia

Saturday, 21 January 2017

21 January 2017. G K Zhukov on the Russian Soldier… Anglos… TAKE NOTICE



To put it mildly, most invaders of Russia ended up with their bones bleaching on the Russian steppe. There were only two successful invaders… the Mongols, back in the 13th century and the Central Powers in 1918. Do note that the latter was due to a collapse of the central government and not to victory on the battlefield… and it only lasted about a year. The loudmouth Anglo liberals don’t know history. We Russians know that the Western hatred of our state, people, and faith goes back many centuries. In medieval times, the Teutonic Order attempted to conquer Orthodox Russia (particularly Pskov and Novgorod) with the blessing of the Pope of Rome, Gregory IX di Conti, the so-called “Northern Crusades”. However, the Russians threw out the papist aggressors, most signally at the Battle on the Ice in 1242.

In short, in modern times, no foreigner has successfully invaded and put down the Russian state and people. Anglos… take heed. You goad a state and people not only with more maturity and wisdom than you have… they have a solid record of repelling invasion. Will the Anglo-Americans heed history or will they plunge ahead stupidly and arrogantly, as they always seem to do? That’s their choice… I hope that they choose wisely… however, given their history and pigheadedness…



Tuesday, 6 December 2016

75 Years Ago… the Counterattack at Moscow Began


5 December: The Day of the Beginning of the Counteroffensive by the Soviet Forces in the Battle of Moscow


On this day in Russia, 5 December, we mark a “Day of Military Glory of Russia”; the counterattack by Soviet troops at the Battle of Moscow began on this day. The counterattack, the second phase of the battle of Moscow, started on 5-6 December 1941, with the Kalinin Front hitting Yeltsa. The fighting immediately became bitter and furious. In the early days of the offensive, despite a lack of superiority in manpower and equipment, and despite below-zero temperatures and deep snow cover, the troops on the left-wing and right-wing of the Western Front smashed the fascist defences south of Kalinin, cut highway and rail links to Kalinin, and liberated many towns from the enemy. Simultaneously, troops of the Southwestern Front attacked northwest of Moscow. The Red Army hit the flanks of the fascist Army Group Centre grouped around Moscow, forcing the enemy to regroup and to take measures to save its troops from a débâcle.

On 8 December, Hitler signed a directive to transition to the defence all along the Soviet-German front. Army Group Centre received orders “to retain strategically important areas at any cost”. On 9 December, the Soviet troops liberated Rogachevo, Venev, and Yelets. On 11 December, they freed Stalinogorsk, on 12 December, they cleared Solnechnogorsk, on 13 December, they liberated Yefremov, on 15 December, they entered Klin, on 16 December, they took Kalinin, and 20 December, they occupied Volokolamsk. On 25 December, on a broad front, Soviet troops advanced to Oka. On 28 December, they liberated Kozelsk, on 30 December, they took Kaluga, and in early January 1942, they freed Meshchovsk and Mosalsk.

By the beginning of January 1942, the armies of the right-wing of the Western Front reached the banks of the Lama and Ruza Rivers. By that time, the troops of the Kalinin Front reached Pavlikovo and Staritsa. The troops of the Western Front, in the centre, liberated Naro-Fominsk on 26 December, they freed Maloyaroslavets on 2 January, and entered Borovsk on 4 January. There were also successful counterattacks on the left-wing of the Western Front and by the Bryansk Front (re-established on 18 December 1941, with the 3, 13 and 61 Armies; commanded by General Ya T Cherevichenko, A F Kolobyakov as head commissar, and Major General V Ya Kolpakchy as Chief of Staff). By early January 1942, the Bryansk Front, cooperating with the forces of the left-wing of the Western Front, reached Belev, Mtsensk, and Verkhovye. All this has created a serious situation for the fascist Army Group Centre; it removed the threat looming over Moscow.

The victory of the Soviet troops near Moscow and the beginning of the counteroffensive not only had great military significance, it also had political and international Importance. For the first time in World War II, someone stopped the hitherto-invincible Wehrmacht and defeated it. Today, the date of 5 December is another reason to remember the heroes of that war…

5 December 2016

Russia-Российская Федерация


Thursday, 25 June 2015

People’s Artist of the USSR V S Lanovoi Donated Monument to Zhukov to Lugansk

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“Time has no power over the significance of all that we experienced in the war… the people that survived such an ordeal once, will continue to draw strength from this victory”. G K Zhukov


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ZHUKOV Georgi Konstantinovich. 1896-1974 Commander, Marshal of the Soviet Union.”You need to know your people’s history… only then can you evaluate the present!”


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“Project Alley of Russian Glory” Gift of Peoples Artist of the USSR V S Lanevoi and project planned by M L Serdyukov


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“As you know, an army is a tool of war. It exists to do armed struggle against the Motherland’s enemies, and if you want to fight in it, firstly, you should prepare yourself by learning tactics. Otherwise, you’ll have to learn it all at the front, incurring unnecessary losses”. G K Zhukov


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People’s Artist* of the USSR V S Lanovoi donated a memorial to four-times Hero of the Soviet Union Marshal G K Zhukov to Lugansk. The dedication of the monument took place today, the 70th anniversary of the first victory parade, in the courtyard of School Nr 36. Filipp Kobtsev and Stanislav Kirillyakin, activists from the Impuls youth organisation came up with the idea to erect this monument, they went to Lanovoi, who heads the board of the project “Alley of Russian Glory”. Kobtsev said, “During the auto-parade ‘Great Victory’, which we took part in as LNR representatives, we asked Lanovoi, in his capacity as head of ‘Alley of Russian Glory’ to establish a monument in Lugansk. After that, we got in touch with LNR Chairman Plotnitsky, and after negotiations and preparatory work, today, we put up a bust of Marshal [Zhukov] in Lugansk. We’d like to note the large contribution made to this by M L Serdyukov {no relation to the more famous Serdyukovs who were Minster of Defence and Governor of St Petersburg: editor}. With support from the Lugansk GMA* and the World of Lugansk NGO, we erected this monument in the courtyard of School nr 36″.

  • Peoples Artist: award of distinction for an actor, dancer, singer, or musician… “artists” in the Western sense are “Peoples Painters” or “Peoples Sculptors”
  • GMA: State Municipal Administration, administrative apparat of a city

The solemn event brought together public activists from all over Lugansk, city residents (especially, from Zhukov Quarter), high school students, and central and local politicians, including Manolis Pilavov, the Lugansk GMA head. Pilavov said, “Today, it’s symbolic that we come together here in the Zhukov Quarter to dedicate a monument to the Marshal of Victory, G K Zhukov. Troops under his command liberated our motherland. I thank the Impuls group and the ‘Alley of Russian Glory’ for doing everything possible to make possible this ceremony today”. Pilavov presented the library of School nr 36 with three volumes of G K Zhukov’s memoirs.

For his part, Aleksei Karyakin, Chairman of the LNR Peoples Soviet, told the crowd that there were parallels between the events of over 70 years ago and what’s happening now, “Today we stand at the threshold of deterring a fascism that once seemed defeated, but which nevertheless rose again. When Georgi Konstantinovich came to the front, all the soldiers knew… ‘We’re going on the offensive and we’re going to win’. So, I’m sure that with the unveiling of a monument to this wonderful man in our town, why, victory is just around the corner”.

24 June 2015

LITs Lugansk Information Centre



Lanovoi’s involvement in this is IMPORTANT… so important that it merits a post of its own. He’s a patriot who’s always stayed true to his Motherland, to his values and standards, and to communism (he’s always been an upfront KPRF man). A certain loudmouth priest attacked I V Stalin on the ROCOR official website. I’d reply that the Church served Pannikhida by G K Zhukov’s resting place in the Kremlin Wall. I stand with the REAL Church, not the phonies who whore for the American government. As I say, the Lanovoi connection is crucial… when you see the image that I’m going to post, you’ll see it… in an instant.

VVP tossed down the gauntlet to the Anglo toddlers and is making common cause with the commies. Perhaps, that’s why their “Ukrainian” project is going down the shitter!


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