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Friday, 5 December 2014

Magyar Minister-President Orbán Tells McCain to Butt Out and Shut the Fuck Up

00 McCain war chant. 23.04.14


Read this. In Budapest, Magyar Minister-President Viktor Orbán replied to US Senator John McCain (R-AZ), “I won’t be the viceroy commissioned by some foreign state in Hungary”. McCain’s made intemperate comments about Russia (again)… he’s never gotten over being shot down by a Soviet-made SAM in the Vietnam War, even though his shootdown was mostly due to his heedless cowboy recklessness and his misplaced sense of personal invulnerability. Many say that McCain is in the pocket of (and is the lapdog of) his corporate backers as he’s a heedless gambler with huge losses to cover… believe that or not as you will, but McCain does seem to like gambling and hanging out in casinos (the smart word on the street is that he’s a big risk-taker… who’s taken big losses in public). That’s the sort of man making groundless accusations against heads-of-state. As I said, believe McCain or not as you will. As for me… I don’t think that I need complete the thought…



Sunday, 19 October 2014

USA Imposed Sanctions on Magyar Officials

00 The Truth About Hungary! 19.10.14

Igazságot Magyarországnak! The Truth about Hungary! If you want to know that, the last people to attend to are American “conservatives”… they want to smash their heel into the faces of the Magyars without mercy for daring to tax American greedsters… oh, the humanity!

Oh, yes… the Magyars HAVEN’T forgotten Trianon… that is why they claim Podkarpatskaya, after all. The Ukie nationalists HAVE forgotten that, haven’t they?


The Magyar government expressed perplexity at an American decision to impose sanctions on a number of Magyar politicians. André Goodfriend, US chargé d’affaires in Hungary, said on-air on TV that Washington imposed restrictions on the admission of a number of Magyar officials, without explaining exactly who was on the “Goodfriend List”. Magyar newspaper Napi Gazdaság reported that the sanctions were against members of the inner circle of Magyar Minister-President Viktor Orbán. In this case, the newspaper reported that the ban on entry into the USA might be because Magyar tax authorities recently announced that several American companies operating in Hungary are suspects in tax evasion cases. Other sources, such as Voice of Hungary-Hungarian News, hypothesised that Washington imposed sanctions against Magyar politicians as the Magyar government only reluctantly supported American-imposed sanctions against Russia. The Americans alleged that they imposed sanctions against Hungary due to “extortion” from the Magyar side. That is, Washington considers that a government trying to get American companies to pay the fair amount of taxes due them is extortion? Hungary should realise that Goodfriend isn’t a “Good Friend”…

19 October 2014

Military Review



In July 2014, Orbán said, “The wind is blowing from the east”, in presenting the Russian anti-liberal state as a positive alternative to the “declining” Western liberal state. Of course, this is “liberal” in the European sense, which means “conservative” in the Anglosphere sense. As a group, American “conservatives” are so ignorant and stupid that they don’t see this. Liberalism in European terms means privatisation, no government regulation, and “economic freedom”… that is, Free Market buccaneers such as Willy Romney, the Waltons (of Wal-Mart), and the Koch Brothers get a full reign. Liberalism is the heart of the Republican Party and the Tea Party. The US Republican Party stands against Tradition, Legitimacy, and Patriotism… as shown by Willy Romney sending American jobs to China in the midst of the 2012 election campaign.

There is no such thing as Conservatism in the USA… there are NO American analogues of Franco, Bismarck, Stolypin, or even Diefenbaker. All Americans who call themselves “conservatives” are ignorant Yahoos who push for Know Nothing policies and empowerment of the Affluent Effluent, the very antithesis of Classical Conservatism (Burke would reject the GOP as a band of mercenary and greedy merchants). The “foot soldiers” of American “conservatism” are Evangelical sectarians (and those Catholics and Orthodox konvertsy who ape their boorish and cretinish ways)… whose Radical Sectarianism is the farthest thing from Conservatism that there is.

The American “conservatives” want to punish Hungary for turning away from Liberalism… for if Hungary does that, it means that Hungary intends to make American corporations dance to their tune and operate according to national interests. Note well that the USA won’t abide that. The fact that Hungary doesn’t support sanctions and is favourable to Russian POVs is secondary. For the USA, the main fact is that a country dared to put restrictions on American greedsters… that enrages the Republicans. That’s why their evil ideology won’t last (in historical terms).

Watch the Magyars… they just might abandon sanctions. They DO have an independent and stubborn streak… those Hunkies DO like going their own way…


Monday, 20 January 2014

USA Threatens Sanctions as Tensions Rise in Kiev

00 Kiev. Riots. 20.01.14


Editor’s Note:

The American move is overwhelmingly stupid; it’s completely counter to the American national interest (it weakens their local allies, showing them up as American stooges). Besides which, Russia’s RIGHT NEXT DOOR. Yanukovich need only call on VVP and help would be on the way instantly. The USA listened to the Galician Uniate blathering for too long… it believes their drivel. The USA has no dog in this fight; the Ukraine is part of the Orthosphere, of Greater Russia, it’s not part of the West. In short, it’s ours… by culture, by religion, by folkways, by customs, and by shared history. I say, “Let Galicia go to the Westerners… they’d find them hard taskmasters and stingy with the gelt. Let Zakarpattya go to Slovakia in federal union… they’d get on in peace as they’ve always have (the Slovaks are live n’ let live sorts)”. The rest of the Ukraine would rejoin their Russian confrères… they’d bless their Carpatho-Russian brethren (that would be an amicable parting) and they’d ignore the Galicians and their caterwauling (I wouldn’t want to be a Galician in the Ukraine after this… such a divorce will leave a sour taste in Russian and Ukrainian mouths).

In short, the USA is ENSURING that the Ukraine joins the EvrAsES and that it’ll join the Eurasian Union when founded. Hasn’t anyone told neocon Republicans and interventionist Democrats of the Law of Unintended Consequence? Didn’t they learn from their fiasco in South Ossetia? The USA is NOT the “sole superpower”… the sooner it learns this sobering reality, the better it’ll be for all concerned…

Do note that today’s an American federal holiday (Martin Luther King Day)… was this something ginned up by underlings left to stew in the District as their elders and betters took off to do politics and have some time off? Interesting speculation, no (most pols are in their districts schmoozing the voters, BTW)? Oh, yes… attacking cops and burning buses isn’t “peaceful protest”… if it happened in DC, the cops would be out in force, swinging their batons twice as fiercely as the Ukie cops just did.



The USA slammed the Ukrainian government over violent clashes between police and demonstrators in Kiev Sunday and threatened to impose sanctions if cops use force against protesters. News reports indicated many casualties amongst rioters as police deployed water cannons, stun grenades, and tear gas against protesters throwing Molotov cocktails, firecrackers, and other projectiles at police. National Security Council spokesman Caitlin Hayden {she’s such a minor figure that nothing substantial is available on her: editor} said that the USA is deeply concerned about the latest clashes. The AP reported that she said, “[The Ukrainian government] moved to weaken the foundations of the Ukraine’s democracy by criminalising peaceful protest and stripping civil society and political opponents of key democratic protections under the law”. She called on Ukraine to open a dialogue with the opposition {yes, let’s open a dialogue with terrorists, something the USA itself rejects: editor}. The White House said that the USA is considering measures including sanctions if the Ukrainian government uses violence, echoing a warning from the US State Department last month.

On Sunday, a crowd of about 10,000 rioters gathered in downtown Kiev to protest new legislation that lawmakers passed last week to limit protests. Tensions ran high well into the night as police reportedly used water cannons and tear gas against demonstrators near the Rada building, whilst protesters hurled various objects and smoke bombs at police. The violence continued despite appeals from opposition leaders, including Vitaly Klichko {Klichko is a millionaire; he’s lived long in Germany and has high awards from its government… in short, he’s a new Bandera; he’s a quisling and pro-Western lickspittle: editor}, at the scene. On Monday, the MVDU said that rioters injured about 100 police, 61 of whom were in hospital. It also said that rioters burned six police cars. UNIAN cited authorities as saying 103 protesters sought medical help as of early Monday morning, with 42 of them in hospital. Police arrest more than 20 people, and the authorities opened an investigation into the affair.

Media reports said the police held a film crew from the American-run Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, but officials hadn’t issued any confirmation as of Monday afternoon {Potapov must condemn the RFE/RL role in this… but he won’t. I’d say that he showed himself untrustworthy in the extreme by this omission: editor}. 5 Kanal reported that two men who identified themselves as construction workers said they were hiding from the clashes when a group of policemen ordered them to strip before beating them and pouring water over them. Temperatures are well below zero (32 degrees Fahrenheit) in Kiev. Police said that they were looking into the claims.

Late Sunday, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich said on his official website that he’d instructed National Security and Defence Council head Andrei Klyuyev to form a working group of ministers and presidential administration officials to solve the political crisis. Korrespondent.net reported Monday that Vadim Kolesnichenko, a Party of Regions Rada deputy, said “foreign special services” were behind the anti-government protests. Kolesnichenko defended the new law on protests as similar to those existing in the EU and the USA. Sunday’s riot was the latest in a series of large-scale street protests that started in the Ukraine in November after the government announced that it’d postpone the signing of an association agreement with the EU and delayed trade deals with the EU, opting instead to strengthen ties with Moscow.

20 January 2014



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Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Belarus Dismisses American Religious Freedom Report

01 Our Lady of Buduslav. 150 km north of Minsk. annual procession.

Catholics in Belarus… the annual Pilgrimage of Our Lady of Budslav… they have freedom of religion… any questions?


On Wednesday, The Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MID) dismissed the allegations made by the Religious Freedom Report published by the US State Department about Belarus as outdated and failing to take into account the current situation in the country. Maria Vanshina, deputy head of the MID Information Department, said in an English-language statement, “As for the State Department’s report, it’s permeated with trite phrases and the usual abstract rubber stamps, which the authors of the report rewrite every year, without even taking the trouble of doing reality checks. For the Belarusian side, the report is of little interest, being an internal State Department document submitted to Congress”.

In its latest report on religious freedoms worldwide, published on Monday, the US State Department described Belarus as a country where “laws and policies restrict religious freedom”, despite the fact that this is enshrined in the constitution. The report claimed, “The law restricts the ability of religious organisations to provide religious education and to freely import and distribute religious literature”. Vanshina noted, “The Republic of Belarus, regardless of such reports, strictly adheres both to its international obligations on the protection of religious freedoms and to its domestic law. A clear demonstration of that is Belarus’s report on the implementation of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination which reflects the real situation with the protection of religious rights and liberties and contains concrete measures taken by the Government of Belarus in this area”.

The annual Religious Freedom Report purports to detail the status of religious freedom in 195 countries throughout the world. The US State Department presents it to the US Congress under the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998.

22 May 2013



Editor’s Note:

The US government has no warrant to publish such a document, as its authority and jurisdiction doesn’t extend beyond the US borders, full stop. Now, if another country were to publish a document giving the details of American-owned sweatshops throughout the world (one wonders if SVS and St T‘s own stocks in such enterprises… if so, for shame!), well, that would have the Americans (especially, the smug and smarmy EvangelicalMormon, and Pentecostalist phonies) in high dudgeon. “How dare they! It’s all for their benefit! They voluntarily signed contracts!” I find it amusing that those who point fingers at others about “freedom” are vicious and greedy slave-drivers of the worst-possible sort, who wax rich in their McMansions on the sweated labour of Third World workers. They haven’t changed since the time of Dr Johnson, who observed, “How is it that we hear the loudest yelps for liberty among the drivers of negroes?” American Anglo-Saxons were soulless exploiters then… they’re soulless exploiters now. After all, their true motto isn’t “In God we trust”… it’s “pecunia non olet… money doesn’t stink”. I’m NOT the only person to have noticed that…


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