Posts From Scott

Novorossiysk is home to major naval base of the Russian Navy Black Sea Fleet [Updated]

Novorossiysk was founded in 1838 on the west coast of Tsemess Bay of the Black Sea. It’s a city in Krasnodar Krai, Russia. It is the country’s main port on the Black Sea and the leading Russian port for exporting grain. It is one of the few cities honored with the title of the Hero City. Novorossiysk Aerial view Truly amazing video of road constructions in Krasnodar Krai Region Black

Kazan is the Third Capital of Russia

1000 years of Kazan Architecture of Kazan Republic Tatarstan Kazan Two brothers on a road trip from Yekaterinburg – Perm – Votkins – Izhevsk – Naberezhnye Chelny – Kazan – Nizhny Novgorod – Vladimir – Moscow Beautiful Kazan at night they are going to Russian State University of Physical Education, Sport, Youth and Tourism (SCOLIPE) for athletic competition Sports in Kazan Ancient town Bulgar (also spelt Bolghar) and its White

Kiev egged the Russian Embassy, but Maria Zakharova is the one with egg on her face, by Scott

On Friday March 11th, after a week of violent attacks by Kiev junta mercenaries on the buildings of Russia’s diplomatic mission in Ukraine, Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Maria Zakharova gave a Media briefing and made the following statement: “Will appeal to those who took and still have been taking part in these pogroms. Do you consider yourself cool when clutching in your fist a chicken egg and Zelenka

What does a “killer nanny,” Roman Melov anti-police Apple app, glavnewsorg, and anti-Muslim PR have in common?

ISIS, jihadists, Kiev junta, neo-liberals, communists, and other small and large groups of agent provocateurs are owned by the same people. Every terror act against innocent bystanders, and every “attack on the opposition” is planned and executed by them. When we hear “news” like “Chechens attack local NGO, “Russia’s most prominent rights groups, the Committee for the Prevention of Torture,” you know that thugs from this NGO staged this. I

France 24 channel interviews Ukraine’s Olena Zerkal who invokes Hitler and Himmler, by Scott

On Saturday March 5th, 2016 France 24 aired an interview with Olena Zerkal for their show Talking Europe. France 24, a Hollande’s regime propaganda channel, names the Ukrainian deputy Foreign Minister Olena Zerkal as a co-author of the Ukraine – EU Association Agreement. I noticed a few curious details that I want to share with you. Keep in mind that Olena Zerkal speaks with a horrible accent and completely ignores

Russian town Grozny

Grozny was founded in 1818 by General Ermolov. [source] [source] 5000 Russian soldiers build the fortress in 4 months. Michael Lermontov and Lev Tolstoy were stationed as military officers in this town. Modern Grozny is a capital of Chechnya, a Russian Caucasus region. Life of Chechen Republic in 2015 Grozny Aerial View Road trip to Grozny The Argun History, Architecture and Nature Museum Reserve. Archeological monuments from Stone age to

Ukraine SITREP March 4th, 2016 by Scott

A great Russian doctor, a pure genius, Zurab Kekelidze, once said that we can’t begin every morning with the news about a war next door. If we do, we are at risk for developing posttraumatic stress disorder that may never go away. To add a little good news, humor and clean fun to our daily dose of war news, I started posting short entertaining videos of different places and corners

1000 years of Russian town Suzdal

Best of Suzdal Aerial Drone flights Fairytale town Suzdal XII century Church Pokrova-on-Nerli Aerial View The Church of the Intercession of the Holy Virgin on the Nerli River Stars over Suzdal. For this film were used 5000 pictures of starry skies and 300 kilometers of travel. Sunday morning bike trip from Moscow to towns Ivanovo, Suzdal and Vladimir A guy in the video makes sarcastic remarks about what he sees,

Russia’s Sabetta is the most Arctic port in the world

Sabetta is a new sea port and the XXI century Northern gates of Russia. Located on Yamal peninsula. Population 12,000 Town Sabetta January 2015 Flight to Sabetta international airport March 2015 2015 expedition to Yamal Salmanovsky oil and gas field near Sabetta Russia’s Northern Roads, when permafrost melts Almost a promo video for made in Russia monster trucks

Tyumen is the happiest city in Russia

Tyumen is the largest city and the administrative center of Tyumen Oblast, Russia, located on the Tura River 2,500 kilometers east of Moscow. Tyumen was the first Russian settlement in Siberia. Tyumen, 2012 documentary about the city It’s in Russian. Scenery and amazing architecture, modern and traditional Russian architecture of 18-19 centuries. The history museum of Siberia, with perfectly preserved skeletons of mammoth and other prehistoric animals. Also, a Tyumen

Magadan is a port on the Russia’s Sea of Okhotsk

A huge event took place in 2015. The Sea of Okhotsk became an inner sea of Russia. This put the end to the all those horror stories about battles of Russian border patrols and coastal guards with pirates and international sea poachers. Magadan is a port town and the administrative center of Magadan Oblast, Russia, located on the Sea of Okhotsk in Nagayevo Bay in the Taui Bay and serving

Sermon In memoriam of Boris Nemtsov, by Scott

All accross our mother Russia, and far beyond its borders, powerful heartfelt prayers are being read around the clock asking God for the defeat of Russia’s enemies. Prayers so powerful, they lift up and spiritually transform the natural world. Just look at those squealing in anguish, rage, fear, and hate in response to this transformation, and being unable to bear the presence of God. Dostoevsky called them “demons,” and Mikhail

Russia’s 10 most beautiful, largest and most comfortable cities in 2015

10 largest cities in the biggest country in the world 10 Most beautiful cities in Russia 10. Krasnoyarsk 9. Rostov-on-Don 8. Sochi 7. Novosibirsk 6. Kaliningrad 5. Nizhny Novgorod 4. Yekaterinburg 3. Kazan 2. Moscow 1. Saint Petersburg Russia’s top 10 Best Places to live, work and study (with some humor) 10. Orenburg. Founded in 18 century as a fortress, the town turned into the center of trade routes from

Russian fairytale town Yoshkar-Ola

Yoshkar-Ola is the capital city of the Mari El Republic, Russia. Population: 248,782. First mentioned in November 1st, 1584. Archeological dating of the first known settlements at about 12000 years B.C. Situated halfway between Moscow and Kazan. Yoshkar-Ola by car Yoshkar-Ola at night  

Russian Far East Vladivostok, State University and Oceanarium in Vladivostok Aerial Views

Vladivostok Aerial View National Geographic listed Vladivostok among the 10 most beautiful oceanfront cities in the world. The city lies on the edge of the Pacific Ocean and is sometimes called “Russia’s San Francisco” for its steep slopes, pointed mountains and indented coastline. Construction of Oceanarium Vladivostok world 2015 (Океанариум Владивосток) Arial View Stunning WVSU in winter Aerial View Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service, or VSUES, is a

Ukraine SITREP February 24th, 2016 by Scott [Updated]

Some people say that god created Ukrainians so we could make fun of them, but I don’t believe that ethnic Ukrainians themselves share this sentiment due to a complete absence of a sense of humor. I grew up someplace else, but graduated from high school in Kiev, where I studied with other hardworking, determined, intelligent, and success driven students. Now, most of them live in Moscow, Germany, Israel, and Canada.

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