The (real) Europe I love so much and miss:
Dear friends, Yesterday I had to go for a long night drive and since one of you (салам БП!) was kind enough to send me some music, I discovered “DJ Russak ft. Kasach” and what I think is the title of either a recording or their group – “Heimweh” (homesickness) I had no idea was this was, but 30 seconds into the first song I was already laughing and by
So now we have the ‘evidence’. First, we have 4 grainy photos from an al-Nusra linked Twitter account: Second, we have this confirmation from the White House via Zero Hedge: Then earlier today we got the closest thing to a confirmation from the White House itself which confirmed that “it was closely monitoring reports that Russia is carrying out military operations in Syria, warning such actions, if confirmed, would be
I just got home from a 6 hour long trip to get my daughter to college. On the way home, I was alone in the van, driving through the huge Ocala National Forest, and I wanted to listen to some music and just think. While I was going through the 32GB of music on my player I realize that there were two artists whom I used to love but whose
Note: the video has two dates indicated on it: 2013 and 2015. Clearly person(s) who posted it (the YouTube channel Военная Мощь России) made some kind of mistake. No bid deal, as either way, the display is superb.
Note by the Saker: as the Russian Airborne Forces are celebrating their 85th anniversary I decided to publish here an article written in the July-August edition of Military Review which describes this tragic but very important event. by Sergeant Michael D. Wilmoth, US Army Reserve, and Lieutenant Colonel Peter G. Tsouras, US Army Reserve, Retired In four days of desperate fighting, from 29 February to 3 March 2000, a large
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Today Tatzhit Mikhailovich posted on his Youtube channel the “Ballad about Struggle” or “Bаллада о Bорьбе” of the famous Russian bard Vladimir Vysotskii. This song literally changed my life. I heard it for the first time when I was 17, it was played for me by a guy who ended up changing my life. He quoted Ivan Solonevich to me and said “there are times in a country’s history when
Three nice videos: the first one has Givi dancing at his birthday party and since the tune he is dancing to is a modernized version of a traditional Cossack song, I added a second video with footage of the Russian military with a Russian-Chechen interpretation of the same song. The last video is the original Cossack version (which then repeats the “Russian-Chechen” version). Enjoy!
61.31% of the Greek people rejected almost the same package of austerity measures which then Alexis Tsipras suddenly accepted. And now an overwhelming majority of Greek MPs voted in favor of the reform package, with 229 voting ‘Yes,’ 64 voting ‘No’ and 6 abstaining. Since the 6 abstaining did not abide by the will of the people which clearly rejected these measures, I submit that 235 MPs voted ‘Yes’ and
Dear friends, Today I want to share with you an excerpt from an absolutely amazing text which, to my knowledge, has ever been published anywhere on the English-language Internet: the book “The Pillar and Ground of the Truth: An Essay in Orthodox Theodicy in Twelve Letters” by Father Pavel Florensky (1882-1937), specifically, a part of the second chapter of the book entitled “Letter two: Doubt“. In this excerpt, Father Paul
Dear friends, Today I want to draw your attention to a group of people which I sincerely regard as true heroes of Novorussia. There are three theses which I have been repeating on this blog over and over and over again. They are: 1. Russia and the USA are already at war 2. This war is 80% informational, 15% economic and 5% military 3. Russia does not want, but is
We live in a strange world. Check out just the recent news: putative European “democrats” support Nazis and don’t seem to notice that the latter are using weapons of war, including chemical munitions, multiple-rocket launchers and ballistic missiles, against cities. We live in a world were it is apparently quite normal for the IMF/ECB/etc. to continue to send money to a bankrupt country in the midst of the civil war
I spend all day away from home (and I can attest that driving with a sprained ankle sucks!). As always, music kept me going and today it was the always moving voice of Roger Waters. I have been listening to Waters since I was 10 years old and ever since his emotion-filled music has always accompanied me through the good and the bad. Today, just as it was getting dark,