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April 2, 2022
Editorial (Click here to watch video)
“These pigs have been calling us Little Russians for centuries. They trampled on our flag, mocked at our language and created a comical image of a Ukrainian as sedentary, lard and dumplings. To the sound of drunken bellowing and the sounds of a Russian accordion, they killed us, starved us, crucified us in red torture chambers, and sent us to the permafrost of Siberian camps.
They killed until something terrible woke up among our peace-loving and grain-growing nation. Something that has lain dormant for centuries in the bowels of the Dnieper cliffs - our primordial and primary Ukrainian God. And now we are reaping our bloody harvest. Now death awaits you all. In payment for Buchu, Irpin, Kyiv, Kharkov, Odessa and Mariupol. You will all be killed. Your corpses, like the worst carrion, will lie in fields, forest floors and along roads. They will be torn apart by dogs and animals. Your mothers will be waiting for you in Tver, Pskov, Ryazan. But you bitch bastards are not coming home. Never! Welcome to Hell"
The destroying of the Ukraine is inevitable!!!
For such bastards and criminals not only deserve it, but literally begged for it, showing such videos!
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April 8, 2022
BBC Obituary for Vladimir Zhirinovsky
Labelling and insulting dead foreign politicians is a new low for the BBC.
This is exactly the kind of journalism that the so-called “free press” proudly offers to its loyal audience” - the Russian Embassy in the UK, complained bitterly about the monstrous “obituary” for Vladimir Zhirinovsky. the BBC editors, without the slightest twinge of conscience, allowed themselves to perform such below the belt journalism [is it journalism?].
The obit hit piece went like this:
"Ultranationalist Russian political leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky has died aged 75, after a career built on fiery remarks and absurd antics.
He stood for the presidency six times and was part of the official opposition tolerated by President Vladimir Putin.
Last December he appeared to predict Russia would attack Ukraine.
He claimed to have had eight Covid-19 vaccinations. He contracted coronavirus and died weeks after being admitted to hospital with pneumonia.
His death was finally confirmed by parliament speaker Vyacheslav Volodin on Wednesday, after two reports earlier this year had been discounted.
Zhirinovsky was, he said, always in the thick of things: "A man who deeply understood how the world works and foresaw a lot."
Zhirinovsky's brand of clownish ultranationalism kept Russians shocked and entertained during more than 30 years of his political career.
In the early 1990s he claimed he dreamt of the day "when Russian soldiers can wash their boots in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean". In one of his final appearances before MPs, he said Russia would invade Ukraine and predicted almost to the day when it would happen.
"At 04:00 on 22 February you'll feel [our new policy]. I'd like 2022 to be peaceful. But I love the truth, for 70 years I've said the truth. It won't be peaceful. It will be a year when Russia once again becomes great."
His career was laced with similar threats to other countries, from the Baltics and Germany to Japan and the Middle East. He achieved international notoriety when he threw juice in the face of a political rival, Boris Nemtsov, during a TV debate.
Before he entered politics, he ran a Soviet state-approved Jewish cultural organisation. His Liberal Democratic Party of Russia was the country's first official post-communist political party and was widely viewed first as a Soviet stooge. Russians and the West were shocked when his party won Russia's first democratic elections in 1993.
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April 10, 2022
"Google Translator" suggests replacing "dear Russians" with "dead" ones
When trying to translate the phrase 'dear Russians' through Google Translate, the service asks if the adjective dear should be replaced with the word dead (“dead”).
When translating the same phrase with other nationalities, such recommendations from the service do not appear.
Earlier, Roskomnadzor banned the distribution of Google advertising and the company's information resources for numerous violations of Russian law.
And why do we need Google, when there is Yandex?
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Jonathan L Trapman is an author, creative writer and photojournalist who has spent the better part of his 45 odd years in public life, learning from his personal experiences, sharing them, listening to others, whose lives have allowed him to open his own mind to a beauty, even within horror, that is transforming and empowering. His written work endeavors to convey, through true tales and fiction, impressions thus garnered. Dreams and Realities can be purchased (signed by the author if wanted) here.