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Wednesday, 11 June 2014

11 June 2014. Brittain Cops Plea to Kiddie Porn Rap… Paffhausen Pal to go to Slam for Long Stretch

01 Paffhausen with Isidore Brittain

Here it is again… take a GOOD LOOK… Brittain, Peterson, and Paffhausen are pals… shitbirds of a feather DO flock together…


Paffhausen’s pal Isidore/Stanley Brittain just copped a plea to a kiddie porn rap. Read on:

Priest Pleads Guilty to Child Porn Charges

On Tuesday, an Albany OR man who was a priest with a Lewisburg OR Orthodox church received a nearly-11-year prison sentence as part of a plea deal for child pornography charges. Stanley Brittain, 39, pleaded guilty in Linn County Circuit Court to four counts of first-degree encouraging child sex abuse during Tuesday’s hearing. Prosecutor Michael Wynhausen said Brittain trafficked online in child pornography, and had hundreds of images and movies, some with victims of abuse who were babies or toddlers. An investigation of an Oklahoma child pornography suspect led authorities to Brittain, arrested by Albany OR police in April.

Wynhausen spent minutes giving graphic details about some of the child pornography, saying, “This is just a fraction of the images”. However, Wynhausen also acknowledged that Brittain told police about several individuals throughout the country who also dealt in child porn, saying, “There were arrests made as a result of his information”, including five in Oregon. Defence attorney Arnold Poole said that police arrested at least two suspects in Linn County. Poole added that Brittain was trading child porn as a way to get more methamphetamine and feed his addiction to the drug.

Poole said that during Brittain’s time in jail, and as the methamphetamine flushed out of his system, “He became more and more appalled at the evil he was supporting”. Brittain told the court, “I’m as disgusted as anyone. Sickened, even. I’m very, very sorry”. The court also found Brittain, who must register as a sex offender, in violation of his probation for a driving under the influence of intoxicants conviction. According to the terms of his sentence, he could get a 20 percent reduction in his prison time for good behaviour. Brittain, also known as Fr Isidore, was an unpaid staff member at St Anne Orthodox Church, near Corvallis OR, and loosely affiliated with that facility, according to Albany OR police. At the time of Brittain’s arrest, police said there was no evidence he was grooming potential victims from the congregation.

10 June 2014

Kyle Odegard

Albany (OR) Democrat-Herald



Pafhausen was pals with this sludge (as the above image testifies). Peterson was pals with this sludge. Rumour had it that Brittain was the reputed homosexual lover of Nikolai Soraich… that’s what out there, believe it or not, as you will. Brittain’s drug use was well-known, but legal strictures kept all responsible sources (such as yours truly) silent on the matter (a lawyer told me that it was a steaming cow pat best avoided, and I believed her). That means that the Syosset apparat was well aware of his drug problem, but kept quiet (do note how the same First Family shits defended Bobby K for years). You can see why the Centre doesn’t want to touch this radioactive Piece O’ Shit. Don’t forget… Paffso was a pal to this perv… he was a pal to the convicted perv Storheim… he was a pal to the perv Podmoshensky. I see a pattern… a rather nasty and vicious one. If someone hangs with pervs… you get my drift.

Enjoy the limelight that you got on Sunday, Paffso, you might not get another invite… not after this. However, I expect that the Monomuckos toddlers will jump to his defence. If shitbirds of a feather flock together…


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Monday, 12 November 2012

Nutters in 18 States Filed Petitions to Secede From the USA


One day after the presidential election, a Louisiana resident filed a petition requesting that Louisiana be allowed to secede from the USA to “create [their] own new government”. Now, petitioners in 18 states have made similar requests. Experts say these petitions are “a physical symbol of the deep resentment for the direction in which the USA is moving under the Obama administration”. The Louisiana petition created on 7 November has obtained more than 12,000 on-line signatures already.

On 9 November, “Micah H” from Arlington TX filed a petition at the White House “We the People” site requesting the same for Texas, “in order to protect the standard of living Texans now enjoy”. Over 15,000 Texas residents have signed the petition. On 10 November, “Kristopher W” of Tillamook OR opened a petition saying, “The people of Oregon would like a chance to vote on leaving the Union immediately”. He explained, “The Federal Government imposed policies on Oregon that aren’t in Oregon’s best interests”. The petition garnered fewer than 3,000 on-line signatures. Other petitions were filed from 13 states. Now, each petition has 30 days to reach a threshold of 25,000 signatures in order for the Obama administration to consider their request.

12 November 2012

Voice of Russia World Service


Editor’s Note:

Truly, you can’t make such shit up! The righties have gone ‘round the bend. It’s clear that the Republican Party is headed for a smack-up that’ll leave it in two or three pieces. One part is definitely going to be the Born Again/Mormon/Pentecostalist nutters… they’ll rule the American South and parts of the Mountain West, and they’re going to do their best to resurrect Jim Crow and to reimpose a joyless neo-Puritanism on the area. Another part will be the Grover Norquist teabag loons… “NO NEW TAXES” (especially for the Affluent Effluent… “Only the little people pay taxes“). There may also be a third part, of more moderate sorts (probably, found more in the Northeast, Pacific Rim, and Upper Midwest). In short, 2012 was a realigning election, and the Democrats are in the driver’s seat for the next generation.

Orthodox people here in the USA should be aware that the konvertsy loons who make up Fathausen’s claque are also political nutters who agree with such secessionist rubbish. However, they’re not long for us, so, don’t get too hot n’ bothered about it, simply oppose these zipperheads wherever you find them. They’ll be gone soon enough, I’ll warrant, when they find out that they can’t hijack the Church.


Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Euthanasia: A Right to Die


Ten years ago, the Netherlands legalised active euthanasia, becoming the world’s first country to do so. However, debates continue to run deep on the moral and ethical aspects of helping people end their lives, even if they suffer from incurable illnesses. Euthanasia is normally divided into passive and active, the former meaning that a patient completely rejects treatment, which isn’t prohibited by law except in a handful of countries, with politicians, doctors, and human rights advocates unanimous in their view that any person’s free to decide whether or not to accept treatment or medication. As for active euthanasia, only the Netherlands, Belgium and two US states, Oregon and California, allow it.

In 2005, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe strongly condemned active euthanasia. However, rapid progress in health sciences and a shift in moral values may prompt it to review its stance in the future. More and more people are beginning to see euthanasia as a more humane way of relieving a person from unbearable sufferings rather than prolonging those sufferings by forcing such patients to live. If society accepts euthanasia, this means it would also have to change its view of medical ethics. All doctors begin their careers by taking the Hippocratic Oath, swearing that they will give no deadly medicine to anyone even if the patient asks for it, nor shall they suggest such to anyone through their counsel.

Aleksandr Saversky, President of the Russian Patients Rights Protection League, thinks that a commission of physicians and relatives must be set up in each individual case for an ultimate decision that must also have the approval of an executive, for example, a governor. He said, “Thereby, we’ll assert that we have done everything possible for the person experiencing terrible suffering and that we can’t do more. Only then, can we consider euthanasia as a last resort. If a patient can press the button himself, we should give it to him. If not, several people should press the button simultaneously so that none of them could blame the other. However, there must be no doctors among those people”. Dmitri Aivazian, a lawyer with the Patients Rights Protection League, echoed that there can’t be any uniform euthanasia rules, each such case is unique; we must approach each one individually.

1 April 2012

Anastasia Pershkina

Voice of Russia World Service


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