Voices from Russia

Tuesday, 13 March 2018

13 March 2018. In Krasnoyarsk, It Was -42 (-43.6 Fahrenheit)


Recently, it was -42 (-43.6 Fahrenheit) in Krasnoyarsk. That would shut most world cities down. It didn’t stop those Sibiryaki! No, siree, they were right out there in the cold, doing what they had to do. You can see why the -20 (-4 Fahrenheit) outside Moscow in 1941 didn’t faze the Siberian troops… hell, they were used to a lot worse! They scared the shit out of the Germans by pouring buckets of water over their heads and jumping in ice pools. Russia is what it always was… Russians are what they always were… the hubristical Anglo toddlers had best take notice.

Those who march on Russia with a sword in hand, by that sword shall they die!

That hasn’t changed one bit, either…



Sunday, 22 November 2015

22 November 2015. First Winter Snowfall in Piter Today

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Today was the first winter snowfall in St Petersburg. Yes, I know that winter by the calendar is a month away. However… this is Russia. Need I say more?


Sunday, 4 January 2015

4 January 2015. Winter Comes to Moscow…

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Winter started a bit late in Moscow and Moscow Oblast… but it came in with a bang on 25 December. It’s not quite an Old School Russian Winter, but it’s getting there.


Sunday, 23 November 2014

23 November 2014. Is It Siberia? NAW! It’s Buffalo NY in November!

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This is Cheektowaga NY (that’s the Buffalo area, for them not in the know) on 18 November 2014… now, even for there, it’s EARLY for snow, especially, this amount. It DOES look like Siberia, but it’s upstate New York. I live in the Albany area… which is east, not west, but we’ve gotten some early snows and early frosts, too, but not as much. Oddly enough, this is an aspect of climate change, as friends up in Alaska tell me that ODD things are happening with the Arctic ice. It has to do with more moisture in the atmosphere caused by global warming (it seems contradictory, but it isn’t). Sorry, Rush Limboob and Ann Coulter… you STILL suck wind big-time…


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