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Kuzio’s getting even lazier

April 8, 2010

http://blogs.pravda.com.ua/rus/authors/kuzyo/

Революція в Киргизстані. Те саме чекає й Україну?

No text added by Kuzio.  Perhaps because his headline captures all the necessary stupidity.

Sorry, Mr. Lucas: the Finns didn’t listen to your podcast

April 7, 2010

In a post I wrote some time back (here), I had a laugh at the amazing ability to take the clear “no” of Finland’s Foreign Minister and turn it – without any basis whatsoever – into a qualified “yes” regarding NATO.

And now the Finns have gone and pissed on Ed’s Corn Flakes again.

Given Edward’s semantic talent, I fully expect his next “Europe View” column for The Economist to welcome Finland into the Alliance.

Mao-Maoing all things Russian

April 1, 2010

Is it me, or is “La Russophobe” tipping ever more into Maoist verbiage?

Who/whatever LR is, it’s always good for a laugh!

http://www.robertamsterdam.com/2010/03/blinded_by_rage.htm

Speaking of non sequiturs…

March 30, 2010

Despite the claims of Cyber Cossack, where in this article is there even the slightest mention of Ukrainians?

It must take some doing to be outraged by the non-existent.

February 2, 2010

February 2, 2010

Tymo and the armed forces: once bitten, twice shy…

February 2, 2010

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via Тимошенко снова пообещала отменить призыв | Украинская правда.

Luzhkov Calls Gay Parade ‘Satanic Act’ | News | The Moscow Times

January 26, 2010

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via Luzhkov Calls Gay Parade ‘Satanic Act’ | News | The Moscow Times.

Not reported were his later words, “But that’s  the opinion of a ludicrous fuckwit.”

Separated at birth?

January 21, 2010

I was watching a documentary on the IRA last night, when it suddenly struck me how much Brendan Hughes and Harry Shearer (of Spinal Tap and Simpsons fame) look alike.  I doubt Hughes has such a good sense of humour, though.

Civil.Ge | Authorities Under Attack over ‘Ukrainian Meddling’

January 20, 2010

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via Civil.Ge | Authorities Under Attack over ‘Ukrainian Meddling’.

Asks a good question – why would the Georgian Interior Ministry be involved in sending observers?