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Friday, 20 October 2017

20 October 2017. In Stalin’s GULag, You Had a Sentence… In Gitmo, You Don’t


During the Stalin years, if a troika sentenced you to a sentence in a labour camp, it was for a set number of years. When your sentence was up, they set you free. They didn’t just keep people locked up because they were “dangerous”. If your sentence was up, it was up. True, many people served more than one sentence. The Americans count the total number of sentences, not people, which inflates the number of those imprisoned. However, you got a set sentence. That was the Stalinist USSR.

In Gitmo, there are no sentences. The Americans put people there indefinitely. There’s no court… not even the American equivalent of a troika. There’s no set sentence. You must stay behind the wire for a long as it pleases the Anglo toddlers. There are those who’ve sat in Gitmo since the inception of this concentration camp in 2001. Therefore, Gitmo is worse than the GULag ever was. America is WORSE than Stalin ever was. It doesn’t even put a legal veneer on its repression. It does put a different face on Potapov’s rants, doesn’t it? As a high middle-level official in a CIA front, he knew of this evil. Knowing his Far Right politics, he probably applauded it.

There are people worse than I V Stalin…



20 October 2017. Morrell Threatens Russia… Who’s the REAL Aggressor?


The USA threatens China, too… can you imagine the depth of insane megalomania that’s infested the American “leadership”?


CIA Deputy Director Mike Morell said on the Charlie Rose Show that the USA should start killing Russians to give them a message. I should mention that both the USSR in the past and the Russian Federation in the present based their defence preparations on the premise that the deceitful Anglos would launch a sneak attack after a domestic media blitz demonising them. That position came from a close study of history. Russians are intent students of the past and draw the proper lessons, unlike false-hearted, arrogant, and hubristic Anglos.

In 1898, a press offensive preceded the American aggression against Spain. Spain wasn’t a threat to the USA. It was doing its best to avoid war. The USS Maine blew up in Havana harbour (most objective historians conclude it was a boiler explosion in a poorly designed and badly built ship), but the USA used it as a casus belli against Spain. In 1917, Wilhelmine Germany didn’t (and couldn’t) threaten the USA, but the Americans went to war anyway, after a press campaign vilifying Germany. In 1941, the USA placed draconian trade restrictions on Japan, in an attempt to force Japan to kowtow to American demands. Should I mention that the American press lambasted the Japanese? That led to the attack on Pearl Harbour (the Americans were expecting an attack on the Philippines… not an attack on their rear-area fleet base… the Japanese riposte unnerved the Yanks for six months). That ended in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In the 80s, the Reagan junta vilified the USSR… they placed offensive instruments in Western Europe. Today, the Trump junta threatens Russia and places trade restrictions and onerous personal sanctions on individual Russians (such as Deputy Chairman of the Government D O Rogozin (the defence industry “tsar”), media luminary D K Kiselyov, and even musicians such as People’s Artist of the USSR I D Kobzon and Honoured Artist of Russia А А Karabanov).

Soviet (and present Russian) defence preparations rested on the assumption that the Anglos would strike first and without warning. The Soviet divisions in the DDR and Czechoslovakia were a covering force to allow the USSR to mobilise its reserves. The best conscripts and equipment were in the Western Military District (Byelorussia, Galicia, and Karpatskaya Krai). These divisions weren’t up to full strength in peacetime. The plan was for the reservists of the past few years to rejoin these units, shakedown, and unpack stored equipment so that these troops could be a counterstrike force against the Anglo aggressors. The troops in the DDR would absorb the initial American blow, give early warning of any such attack to rear echelons, and conduct a fighting withdrawal across Eastern Europe to the Soviet border. There, the forces in the Western Military District would strike the weakened and tired American aggressors, throwing them back to their original startlines (the Sovs knew that was the best outcome on offer, what with nuclear weapons in Yank hands). This had the advantage of confining most of the expected war damage to its East Bloc allies, not the USSR itself (the Sovs counted on nuclear weapons to keep the Anglos from attacking the USSR itself).

In like manner, Russian Federation warplans assume an American surprise attack (being students of history, Russians know that Americans are mendacious liars… the prime example of that being American mistreatment of Native Americans). Recent history proves this. The Yanks attacked in South Ossetia in 2008 and fomented the Ukrainian coup in 2014. Of course, the Russians also notice the American media offensive… something that happens prior to every American aggression.

Interestingly, the Anglos inserted their special ops forces (under the guise of PMC contractors… for deniability purposes) in both cases, but the Russians defeated them in open battle. In South Ossetia, the battle was for the Roki Tunnel… to block Russian movement to the battlefront. By all accounts, the Russians whipped the Yanks and their Georgian allies. Russia won that round. In the Ukraine, the Anglos sent in their special oppers to seize the Donetsk Airport (the plan was to seize it and airlift in friendly forces to crush the pro-Russian Peoples Republics in the Donbass). Motorola and Givi, leading a scratch force of Don Cossacks and Donetsk homeboys, routed the Yanks and their Polish allies. It wasn’t bright for the Americans to have brought in Poles… that led to a national stirring (but the Yanks don’t know history and hold it in contempt… so 1612 totally flew over their heads).

The Russian forces are on alert. They know that Americans are fiendish and grasping, beyond the measure of any other people. We live in dangerous and perilous times… may God preserve us. The Russian forces are on guard for peace… may God bless and keep them.


Tuesday, 10 October 2017

10 October 2017. “Charlie” Chaplin on M T Kalashnikov and on “Christian Pacifism”


We dedicate a monument to Lieutenant-General M T Kalashnikov (a true Christian) tomorrow. Although he had some moral misgivings about his work’s purpose, the Church dispelled these doubts. Our weapons are blessed, not by chance does the Lord Himself bless those who bear them… as the Church says in its ritual, “for the security of and to intercede for Christ’s truth”. Once again, I’d especially point up to supporters of “Christian pacifism” that true Christianity has nothing to do with such a notion, and, in fact, opposes it.

18 September 2017

Archpriest V A Chaplin


Monday, 2 October 2017

2 October 2017. Hero of the Soviet Union N I Kuznetsov on Patriotism


N I Kuznetsov was a partisan officer who operated in the Western Ukraine during the VOV. He killed 11 senior fascist officers and officials. The Banderist terrorists murdered him… they destroyed his memorials after the formation of the notional “Ukrainian” state. I’d say that the last chapter is yet to be written in that book…


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