Yeah, and I imagine that Putin must have been totally terrified…
For context, see here: https://www.rt.com/news/369301-russian-hospital-cynical-murder/ Personal note: While there are many sincere and 100% idealistic ICRC delegates, especially the young ones (so-called “first mission” delegates), most of the folks sitting in Geneva are russophobic scum who care about only 2 things: their careers and money from their donors. Over 80% of the ICRC budget is paid for by governments. I was unable to find a list state by state (if
Thanks to Kent for pointing out this superb video to me. I would call this video “a look inside the soul of the Russian solider”. Whoever has ears, let them hear! The Saker
I know, I know. The Internet is just full of such compilations. This is just one amongst many. But I can’t help it, it just too sweet. I had to share it with you. Is this Schadenfreude? You betcha it is! And I make no apologies for it, since God knows these guys really, really deserved it. Call me infantile (I am in many ways!), but as soon as I
I just got the link to this beautiful video sent to me by a friend. It is one of those flash mobs with a musical theme that have become popular in the recent years. This time it is in the (thoroughly) Russian city of Zaporozhie in the (currently Nazi-occupied) Ukraine. The song, in Russian, is a very well known-song from a Soviet movie filmed in Zaporozhie in the 1950s. 83
I just found this masterpiece on Colonel Cassad’s fantastic website: http://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/ Brilliant, no?
[Scott] This post is a ‘thank you, guys’ note from the Saker and thesaker.is editorial team dedicated to the Russian military intelligence officers. They celebrate their professional holiday on November 5th. This song is written and performed by a military intelligence officer, now retired, and it’s dedicated to a Colonel Breslavsky Sergey Vladimirovich, a legendary military intelligence colonel who served as a commander of the 22nd Detached Spetsnaz reconnaissance