Everyone knows commies had one of the harshest censorships. But russian putinists decided to outstrip even their own bloody predecessors.
Italian writer Gianni Rodari has been praised in USSR for his communism-inspired stuff, particularly “The adventures of Cipollino” tale which was a must-read book for all soviet kids and a popular animated cartoon. But now, not anymore – ruskies are too afraid of revolutions. It’s too complicated to replace all books at once so ruskies decided to begin from theaters – in putinist edition of the “Cipollino” play the vegetable citizens are begging less restrictive laws out of not-so-evil Prince Lemon, instead of overthrowing him as it was in Rodari’s original story.
Those overkill precautions could have been (logically) justified if KGB thug Putin had a foe in Russia to be afraid of. But all he has now is a whole country of drunk zombified untermensch serfs, who are already whacking each other in attempts to demonstrate their slave loyalty.
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The tree of Liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
Everyone loves to be free. In those ambidextrous times – especially in ways that have nothing in common with original Liberty ideas (a top trend is to “marry” person of own gender or change own sex). If asked, any auditorium will stand up as one with cheers to show their support for Freedom. Mostly without understanding of this word.
Because if asked, are they ready to DIE or KILL for their own Freedom, folks will demonstrate a completely different reaction. No one wants to get hands dirty or go six feet under, preferring elitist hypocrite attitude to blabber about non-violent conflict resolution, XXI century, peace, peace, peace…
Looks like oh-so-non-violent junkies either know nothing from History, growing up in special isolated breeding house or just on high with some hard bullshit. There is no other way to explain a complete lack of awareness about rise of the most dangerous enemy for the Liberty – neo-soviet Russia ruled by KGB thug, for whom even the entire world will be never enough.
After the rebirth of KGB power in 2000, neo-soviet aggression towards Europe had been only a matter of time. What’s worse, it was brought even closer by disastrous politics of “soft power” and showoff weakness. If only a few people knew this in careless 1990s, now there is completely no excuse for such an ignorance. And no forgiveness to those who allowed the russian brute to recover. A couple of decades ago, a simple demonstration of strength was enough to keep russians at bay without a single drop of civilized blood. But now they believe that the world is their playground for traditional red genocide, using each opportunity to enforce neo-soviet regime worldwide, obsessed with mad slave fanaticism.
Politicians may deny the Cold War in fear for their own careers, but it doesn’t change eternal commie intentions in any way. Giving up one country after another from its area of influence in desperate attempts to please the red brute, Western leaders achieved their goal of russian satisfaction. But instead of stopping, Russia just wants more and more. With the same success, one can try to talk axe-welding maniac down, coming at him with raised bare hands. But if just a dumbass won’t lose more than his head with not very valuable brain, the dumbass leader has a whole country to be butchered.
Russians have a deeply corrupt criminal logic, which will always exist in this world despite all politically correct bullshit. There will be bad guys, and there will be good guys. Papers aren’t gonna work against physical aggression. To stop a thug, a gun or a rope is needed. Otherwise, the scumbag will go out again and again for more “fun”, laughing at all those fancy laws. Just like russian thug dictator Putin, who was about to “have fun” in Ukraine, but this time got his commie ass kicked instead.
Whacking some opposition hipsters isn’t a big deal. Especially in Russia, where the patience and slavery are congenital features of serf “opposition” minority as well as of lowlife stalinist serf orcs (80% of population). If someone would try and throw a stone at uniformed criminals in Russia, he (or she) will be immediately denounced by “human right activists” as “extremist” deserving a lockdown and straightjacket.
The main russian rule of protest is go fighting with hands tied behind own back. Unfortunately, trendy mainstream Western liberalism, created by a bunch of elitists with no common sense, who NEVER encountered anything really tough in their miserable existence, supposes the same thing through slightly other guidelines – and that’s why “progressive” West loves russian protesting serfs so much. Get in guarded pigstall, denounce the dictator with censored slogans and be whacked – that’s cool’n’trendy for them. Especially when tremendous amounts of money for this farce are being donated by cheerful hipster crowd or taken from tax collections. I’ll return to this matter later on, speaking about Ukrainian events I’d like to tell about.
It’s ironic how one’s megalomania can lead to complete demise. All asshole buddies of KGB dictator Putin always inherit a considerable part of his thuggish self-confidence, hence a good start kick for own psychopathy, becoming a kind of poor copies of their master.
If commie lackey Yanukovich only followed European directions, after a few years he could give the EU-doped green-ridden weakened Ukraine to his KGB master without any hassle, celebrating the “glorious” reunion together with infamous commie whore Merkel (who hates “extremists” as much as ruskies do). But, unable to wait, mad thug Putin whipped his dog Yanukovich into crazy action – russian dictator wanted the Ukraine now and here, during his “olympic” genocide showoff games.
Used to deal with slaves, russian goons were looking forward to trample down the Ukrainian protest quick and easily. But “surprisingly”, each new step of Yanukovich’s commie gang was escalating a new wave of national rage. Instead of peaceful Euro-hipsters, they got a huge angry insurgent army under command of volunteering veterans, well-ordered, armed with captured weapons and military-grade equipment – came really in handy when the real war broke out.
Oh yes, I can almost hear how mad hipsters are screaming about “evil violence-mongers”. Knowing what really the power of commie thugs is, I see their indignation as nothing more than childish frustration over canceled sweets. But I still wonder how one is able to live that long without realizing this is the REAL world? How handicapped the brain must be to even think that thug dictator will run away crying from posters and slogans?
The triumph of the Right Sector (Pravyi Sektor) and self-defense militia, condemned by elitist windbags so much for their (only actionworthy) methods, demonstrated who was right and who was wrong, leaving no more points for smart-ass arguments. Especially if one will compare the land of Cossacks with serf Russia.
The Freedom can be painful to achieve. But those who are scared to go this harsh way, don’t deserve the result. Neither having a right to teach others what to do, and gutless “lawful opposition” (lead by Klichko, Tyagnybok, Yatsenyuk) learned it the hard way, despite the support by some Western politicians who tried to show like they care – just no more than it was permitted by the modern liberalist non-violence trend. (For those who don’t know: their attempts to negotiate with bloody russian-made neo-soviet regime, which they continued even AFTER the mass murders, have been condemned by the entire Maidan.)
Some activists with an idealistic approach are hoping for the Maidan-inspired protests in Russia that will put an end to KGB dictator’s power. Nice thought, but very wrong. No one can import a Freedom in land, populated by lowlife spawn of slaves and criminals. Even the Napoleon failed to do so, trying to convert russian serfs into free farmers. This happened long before the soviet genocide which finally eliminated the few civilized people here. Modern russian subhumans have neither conscience nor Dignity – a key for ANY protest. Those who are deprived of self-esteem consider humiliation absolutely normal, having no personal reason to end it, therefore, rejecting any human motivation, completely unable and unwilling to make any changes for the better life.
The Ukrainian protesters had neither human right activists with their worldwide advertisement campaigns nor colossal funds behind them – contrary to russian slave opposition, which is getting its help from the West for many years already, but all russian activists do is working as speaking punching bags for money, saying certified “Ouch” each time getting a wallop from Putin’s thugs. The West watches it in attention and gives regular cheers as the performance is going on.
If only 10% of all money, involved in those useless “human rights” campaigns overblown all over the world, could be invested into weapons and common sense development, russian threat would have become History in few weeks. The reality of modern Ukraine proved that in real life in EUROPEAN country, leaving no opportunity for “evil Muslim terrorists” bullshit, like it was in Syria, where anti-dictator uprising was denounced as “jihadist rebellion” of “some hotheads” by brainless russophiles who repeated KGB-RT street organ tune.
Even without assistance of the official “civilized” world (especially the EU that was supposed to be the closest Euro-Maidan ally), Ukrainians have been able to stand up against murderous russian-backed regime with its horde of lowlife orkish supporters. They were just helped by individuals who really cared for their own future in civilized life. Sometimes with money (I’m proud to be one of those supporters), sometimes with stuff, a friend’s hand during harsh times or just homemade food.
Success of the Maidan is not in its political attitude, which is a rare example of a true diversity. Started by some EU-oriented hipsters, it turned into nationwide movement of armed resistance because people of completely different opinions just didn’t want to live like cattle, be beaten, hunted down and killed by red thugs for “fun”. They got tired of dependency from Russia and all its “gifts”: corruption, caste society, crime, terror… So instead of listening sissy opposition politicians, who apparently felt nothing against using their supporters as living targets for police thugs, Ukrainians acted like only like a truly free and brave man can act.
By the way, Maidan protesters were always supported by the Church. That’s the answer to all of you “non-violent” religious merchants of conscience from CAF and places like that. Regardless of the Faith, one has a permanent right to protect oneself and own country against murderous russian commie scum, calling things with their own names.
Speaking about true names, one must see “glorious” russian deeds. Check this post also if you didn’t read it before.
And listen this.
The video features a fragment of intercepted radio conversation between russian snipers, sent as a help from dictator Putin to spot and kill protester leaders. Looks like ruskies weren’t even caring about secure connections anymore, confident in their impunity. But that didn’t work. Some of those FSB scumbags were caught and lynched right at the spot. The best way to get rid of commie rats, who will undoubtedly try to hide behind “human rights”.
It’s hard to miss how commie nation is scared now. Their mass media went crazy about “evil Bandera Nazis who gonna come in Russia” for a tough showdown, pro-russian party of regions (followed mostly by dirty spawn of NKVD “settlers” whom commies always imported to populate conquered lands, devastated by genocide) is shrinking with every hour, the top commie lackey Yanukovich ran away – no one can tell for sure where to. His aircraft had been spotted landing at U.S. Military base in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates, but the lackey himself claims to be in Kharkiv.
His “Berkut” goons are no better. If caught by insurgents, they just wet their pants – naturally. Or do this even at sight encountering angry protesters. That’s why their CO was providing each thug with a diaper in the beginning. (This is NOT a joke.) Looks like they ran out of Pampers when things became a little tougher…
But gathered together, those armored pee-pants untermensch assholes are “brave” enough to beat a pregnant woman until she suffers a miscarriage, torture a protester for “fun” or set fire to the building used as hospital. Ruskies will always be ruskies and must be dealt with accordingly. A good old roadside gallows is only place those subhuman creatures belong to.
Trying to besmear Ukrainian people with traditional commie bullshit on RT, russian apes ended up throwing their own crap at themselves. Under the russian-made label “true Ukrainian patriots”, all one could see is a bunch of old fart commies backed by drunk “titushki” paid thugs, few of whom are able to combine their poor set of words into a simplest sentence without russian “mat”.
I won’t give any links to their propaganda – if you want to check, this crap is all around the Web.
Someone still considers it possible to have civilized negotiations with murderous commie subhumans, pretending to be a top of human evolution, a supernatural creature that can resolve each trouble without “violence”. Don’t know about smart-ass theories, but there is something very hard to argue with. The human nature has permanent features, aren’t likely to change in the next few centuries. The good, the bad and the ugly ones, as old as this world. Restraining the good guys with “non-violence” politics won’t make any good to anyone except of bad guys who aren’t used to bother themselves with morality, and being out of victims, will go whacking their defenders who cared about their rights so much. Impunity is a guaranteed future crime, bigger each other time. And the wisdom of generations, who already knew the values of Liberty, is NOT gone, despite the foolish errands of some politically correct jesters, whose trying to pretend the evident things don’t exist can only show either a misunderstanding of own existence, or deliberate fooling of everyone.
Those who took the Liberty away aren’t going to give it back because of just some peaceful protest. By the way, “peaceful protest” in countries like the United States, where the people already went through natural stage of war for their Freedom and have the Second Amendment now, is something very different from the peaceful protest in post-soviet russian-ridden environment.
All dictators are afraid of deadly force possessed by people. No wannabe tyrant in his own mind will even try to usurp the power in such a society (without disarming it first). But if it was already done upon some unfortunate disarmed people, than the tyrant can be deposed ONLY with the deadly force. The price will be steep, but nothing in this world can exceed the value of human Dignity, still inaccessible in the other way.
The new chapter of Ukrainian history only begins during those days, written by fire of uprising and blood of its heroes. Nobody can tell will this land rise up from the ruins, fall overpowered by mad nuke-welding neo-soviet monster or become a first battlefield of the inevitable war.
But the one thing is certain: Ukrainian Maidan gave a lesson to everyone. First of all, to the sissified self-humiliating West spoiled with its fake safety, reminding it of a true price of the Freedom.
As a conclusion, I want you to watch this video. After you hit the Play button, stand up to honor the memory of the fallen Heroes – the people who weren’t afraid of war against the ultimate evil named russism.
And now, finally ask yourself.
“AM I READY TO PROTECT MY LIBERTY NOW?”
June 22 is the official mourning day in Russia whose communist regime got deserved trouncing in 1941.
With the return of KGB mafia dictatorship, neo-soviet hysteria of russians, highly appreciated in any kind even without it, has achieved a completely new level. As the day of whacked bolshevism is approaching, all kinds of lackeys demonstrate their loyalty with multiple ways, of course russian “night wolves whelps” were amongst first ones, participating is pseudo-Orthodox, neo-communist show with candles (I am speaking about delivery of lit candle from church to soviet museum by Putin’s “biker” bitches, if you can imagine it).
But there was something uncommon in this June 22 that got my attention – an uproar that was hard to miss for anyone tracking the situation in Russia. The cause of hullabaloo was newly released movie about WW2 in USSR named “I serve to Soviet Union!” (“Служу советскому Союзу!”) based on the novel by L. Menaker “A Dinner With Devil” and directed by L.Ustyugov. From my personal experience, I know for sure: if russians are mad at something, it may be worthy to see for a civilized man. So I got intrigued.
Trying to get a free copy of this movie (yeah, for a preview :) ), I managed to find only Ukrainian TV rips (with subtitles). Looks like Ukraine still has a bit more freedom than Russia, despite it’s being ruled by pro-russian thugs – the movie was released there first, in February of this year, while in Russia its release happened at June 22. Then russian ministry of culture was attacked by enraged ruskies who sent emails with requirements to forbid TV release of the film and, literally, “punish those who permitted it”.
After seeing the whole picture by myself, I can tell my opinion but the plot should be introduced first.
A story begins in one of numerous gulag camps somewhere near the Northwest USSR border. Protagonist, a volunteer of Spanish Civil War and writer Mikhail Dontsov ended up there because of mistyped newspaper heading “Sralin” instead of “Stalin” (closest translation of this wordplay would be “Shitalin”). Lover of Dontsov, actress Taisiya Meshcherskaya, tries to refuse Lavrentiy Beria’s attempts to have a way with her and gets her own prison term for that, being sent together with other “guilty” representatives of “culture intelligentsia” to perform in Gulags. By strange coincidence she arrives in the same camp where her man is being held. So there will be a lot of love story, but for me it doesn’t seem to be a primary idea of the plot.
Scenes of last free days are flashing in protagonists’ memories during short working breaks and gulag train ride. NKVD guards exercise all their brutality on inmates, fiercely concealing any knowledge about outer world. Dontsov and his friends manage to get the news about ongoing war from pieces of old newspaper which they used to make cigarettes.
Then political inmates get involved in tough confrontation with felons, who were trying to steal work results (lumber) from them. After some fights, mutual threats and so on conflict ends up in a stalemate, with Dontsov and aged mafia boss nicknamed Odessa as factions’ leaders.
NKVD commander Milovanov provokes Dontsov on a fight, beats him up and sends him to punishment cell. Then Milovanov tries to seduce and rape Meshcherskaya but changes his mind quickly after being told that no means no. In a hard way.
It did not take a long time for the Wehrmacht to seize territories which soviets considered safe and far from the frontline. Approaching large group of German soldiers about to disembark right near the camp was indeed a big surprise for NKVD. Which, in traditions of russian bravery, ran away in crapped pants, leaving behind stockpiles of weapons, secret documents and camp guarded by no one but locked dogs and few “forgotten” soldiers.
Severance between political prisoners and criminals becomes even greater when they start to decide what to do after suddenly waking up in absolute freedom.
Political inmates are demonstrating fanatical ardor to fight for the very Soviet regime that has been abusing them, while criminals are mostly interested in continuation of their habitual activities in war-torn land. However, using his reputation, Odessa manages to call many of thugs to the side of political prisoners which he joined. The rogue felons try to start rampage, but got scared off by self-promoted guards who got their hands on weapon stock first. Temporary military administration is created from both of factions, represented by Odessa and Dontsov.
Using loudspeakers, Germans tell prisoners to remain in camp and wait for the troops to move in, promising “ostarbeiter” careers. Also they threaten that for escapes of each inmate, ten others will be shot. One of rogue criminals, Khabal (“loudmouth”) kills a sentry and tries to join Germans, having plans to continue his “businesses” behind frontline. But Khabal’s plans were too optimistic – he was hunted down by Odessa with his new comrades from lower-rank camp guards.
Reaching some kind of agreement, newly-elected camp leaders decide to trick Germans and make a surprise attack. The plan works, and with captured weapons inmates enter a second battle against larger remaining German forces. Meanwhile rogue criminals are trying to plunder “intelligentsia” barrack and rape women, but scared off again by Meshcherskaya to whom Dontsov providently gave a Nagant revolver.
After their victory upon Germans, thinned inmate group returns to camp to celebrate and call the mainland for support.
In the key scene, Dontsov comes to portrait of dictator Stalin on the wall, carefully fixes its position and then makes a call to commander office. After explaining the situation, he ends conversation with words “I serve to working people!” in a manner far beyond formal rules.
Glorious self-proclaimed army drinks and carouses, mixing elements of lowlife and high cultures in mawkish, overly picturesque celebration without any thoughts about future. It’s not surprising that next day, a heavy hangover was a lesser of their troubles. Gulag has returned to their premises, together with NKVD guards even worse than ones before. Still confident that justice exists in USSR, “heroes” surrender without any resistance.
After witnessing arrests, Meshcherskaya calls to Beria (easy just like using a cell phone!) begging for mercy for Dontsov. Beria asks to pass phone to returned camp commander Malivanov and gives him some obscure order (which is revealed a bit later). Malivanov takes the actress away from the camp in a boat speaking about transfer to Murmansk.
Short interrogation, where Dontsov manages to pass captured German documents to NKVD commander, ends with mass shooting of all prisoners and orders to burn down the entire camp to pass it for “Nazi atrocities”. Malivanov, who just returned after killing Mesherskaya by Beria’s order, is assigned as fake war hero that “lost his vigilance” allowing Germans to capture and destroy the camp but “was a hero later”.
Movie ends with a scene from the final days of WW2. One of Soviet officers, which is aged and war-beaten Malivanov, finishes telling the entire story to his fellow “comrade”.
For the modern russian cinema this picture has quite acceptable quality, with satisfactory timing/action ratio (if you saw any new russian war films where they’ve been trying to spend as much of reels as possible while acing as little as possible, using someone’s dacha as the stage, you’ll get it), and realistic reproduction of overall image of 1940s USSR – at least they managed to get some genuine stuff. However, it is still plagued by incongruities, technically many of situations would have been just impossible in life (like calling to Kremlin from war zone, or Germans connecting the camp guards via ready, pre-tuned radio). And stereotypically cartoonish depiction of Germans with mandatory “Achtung-Heil Hitler-Scheiße” stuff has been used by everyone so frequently that it’s even not funny anymore. Good and bad Soviets got a load of their stereotypes as well, mostly mawkish ones from pioneer’s fairytales. Those who are familiar in Soviet history can find many more drawbacks, but no matter of that a single thing has been represented absolutely authentically and naturally. The very thing that made ruskies so mad.
The relationship between ruskies and their Soviet regime.
It is a kind of ironic to see that the more russians are getting angered with the movie, the more resemblance they have with their fictional predecessors shown on the screen. No matter how russian serfs are being abused and humiliated by their commie masters, they are always eager to protect their GULAG against any foreign attempts to overthrow it. Even being mixed down with GULAG dirt and deprived of all human dignity (if they ever had one), russian subhumans continue to praise their thuggish dictators, caste society and cattle existence, always ready to throw themselves in packs right on enemy machineguns or under tanks. Or survive the war and be butchered by their leader’s NKVD henchmen as a reward. Well, like country, like rewards. And I think that congenital serfs who fight for their own serfdom deserve nothing better. The only problem here is their ability (and desire) to turn the entire world into one big GULAG.