Scotts Corner

What if I told you that a vacuum cleaner is not dangerous? by Scott

The Old Rome and the Third Rome came together and they are winning. Cat Motja   The Battle for liberation of Germany. Part I. Recently while talking to my German pal, I said that Russians liked Germans more than any other Europeans. With the exception of Serbs, of course. He swallowed his beer and didn’t respond, probably because he didn’t believe me. Next, I saw some of Motja’s thoughts and

American spies, Primakov’s death, and Russian Pharma, by Scott

This is my corner so I can rant on and on about what bothers me the most today. Take, for example, the recent revelation made by Russia’s Foreign Ministry that the US intelligence community was instrumental in the death of Evgeny Primakov, who was allegedly on dialyses for liver failure at the time. US intel may have contributed to Russian ex-Foreign Minister Primakov’s death – Zakharova Primakov has been hated by

What really happened at the U18 Women’s Hockey World Championship 2017, by Scott Humor updated

A French writer Frederic Beigbeder wrote about Russian women: “Women of all nationalities hate them, because beauty is unfair and one should fight against unfairness. Russian women are  enemies. Angels have always had plenty of enemies – you can read the Bible to see it, because this book is a catalog of martyred angels.” The Under-18 Women’s World Championship Hockey European sports fans were booing during the Russian anthem which

President Putin attends Christmas service at monastery in Veliki Novgorod

President Putin attends Christmas service at monastery in Veliki Novgorod VELIKI NOVGOROD, January 7. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin is attending an overnight Orthodox Christmas service at the Spassky (St. Savior) Cathedral of the St. George’s Monastery in Veliki Novgorod. The monastery was founded by Prince Yaroslav the Wise back in 1030. As a rule Putin leaves Moscow for Christmas, while on Easter he stays in the capital for a

Cat Motya’s Horoscope for 2017, translated and interpreted by Scott

Die Geschichte ist aus und hier lauft eine Maus A common ending to German fairytales.   I hope you all had a safe and happy celebration of the New Year. Unlike previous years, I didn’t tweet while drunk which shows nearly super-human self control. Undoubtedly, a sign of maturity on my part, and also satisfaction with the direction of things. I have been getting many requests to post something of Cat

Moscow property that Putin could close for Washington, by Scott

Front running a steadily moving train of Russian foreign politic, the Western corporate media announced the possibility of 35 American diplomats being expelled from Russia and barring all who remain from using two properties, one is an industrial size warehouse, and another referred to as a “wooded picnic area.” If you think that a “wooded picnic area” means a couple of tables and a barbecue grill in a park,  you

President Vladimir Putin Interview to Nippon TV and Yomiuri newspaper

Ahead of his official visit to Japan, President Putin gave an interview to Nippon Television Network Corporation (Nippon TV) and Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper. December 13, 2016 Putin’s ‘no-nonsense’ dog causes commotion at interview with Japanese media President of Russia Vladimir Putin: I was told that you wanted to see my dog, Yume. You can see that she is in great shape. Question: Thank you very much. The dog is very cheerful indeed. We would like to thank you again for finding time to grant

25 years after unlawful dissolution of the Soviet Union people are yearning for unity, by Scott Humor

25 years ago a gang of the Communist Party apparatchiks, enemies of people and traitors working for the foreign governments, got together, signed anti Constitutional Belavezha Accords and broke apart Russia, country that our people built and defended for centuries. They forced tens of millions people into territories illegally carved from Russia and separated by artificial borders, languages, and made up laws. These territories were immediately occupied by NATO armies,

Mr. Trump is a President-Elect, now what? by Auslander

We watched the election process from morning to late evening when it was very reluctantly called by the MSM for Mr. Trump. And the fetuccini hit the fan. I’ve never in my 70 years of life seen the likes of this election campaign, nor the reaction of a bunch of spoiled, entitled and clueless supporters of the losing side who have yet to accept the fact that Donald J. Trump

A glimpse into practical outcome of the US and EU “War on News,” by Scott Humor

To thesaker.is readers: I have posed here a wrong video . The captions for the video: “On November 29th, in Kharkov women’s choir performed one of the most beautiful patriotic Russian songs “Only My Horse and I” [Только мы с конем]” Should read: “Song “Horse” being performed by Lyube and in Krasnodar in 2015. ” An Anonymous sent me a message via Moderators. Quoting: “”in reference to your post about

Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly December 1st, 2016

Vladimir Putin delivered the Annual Presidential Address to the Federal Assembly. The Address was traditionally delivered at the Kremlin’s St George Hall. December 1, 2016   President of Russia Vladimir Putin: Good afternoon colleagues, members of the Federation Council, State Duma deputies, citizens of Russia, Today, as usual in these annual addresses, I will speak about our tasks in the economy, the social sector, domestic and foreign policy. This year’s address will focus particularly on the economy, social issues, and domestic policy. We have to address all of these different matters in complicated

What’s goes around comes around, or How Russia and the US are trading punches, by Scott Humor

This article was first published by the Duran Three years ago someone’s video parody of a “Russian guy’s reaction” to a meteor falling over Chelyabinsk went viral.  “Russia Today” even included it into its reportage of how the Russian dashcam videos become internet sensations [2:24]. This 10 sec video had done more to project the toughness of Russians than all the fireworks of Vitaly Churkin’s diplomatic rhetoric.  Hands down, Churkin

Russia celebrates a Unity Day of liberation of Moscow from the Polish Roman Papists army in 1612

The National Unity Day, first celebrated on 4 November 2005, commemorates the popular uprising lead by prince Dmitry Pozharsky and  a meat merchant Kuzma Minin which ejected the alien occupying forces of Polish Roman Papists army from Moscow in November 1612, and more generally the end of the Time of Troubles and foreign interventions in Russia. Its name alludes to the idea that all the classes of the Russian society

A few images of the Motorola’s murder scene, by Scott

  Motorola’s home address was published online in spring 2015   Published on Apr 2, 2015 Donetsk street address of Motorola was revealed by a Donetsk blogger veselchak_jk. He found a car that Motorola gave to his wife as a birthday present.   In 2014, someone made a video while visiting him at his apartment.   There are some details to keep in mind in regard to this murder: It’s

A few military secrets to put in your pipe and smoke, by Scott

After September 17th when the US  Air force bombed the Syrian troops that were besieged by the US terror troops in town Deir EzZor, and the following provocation with the UN humanitarian convoy, we have been waiting for the next Pentagon and CIA provocation. The military psyop specialists are getting paid millions of dollars to invent these provocations, and we, collectively, trying to prevent them from happening and to untangle

Chronicles of WWIII or What did Erdogan dismantle in Turkey? – Cat Motya

Cat Motya’s Blog A group of spies and saboteurs known under the code name “Cat Motya” continues it’s partisan activities against the “universal good” of rodents. Let’s talk about what exactly we have in Syria if we look at the situation in a deeper and simultaneously simpler way. Have you noticed a paradox: “ISIS” is the most active and violent, best armed, well-equipped, and provided with everything necessary specifically in

A beautiful situation in Syria or how to build a mousetrap, by Cat Motya

A beautiful situation in Syria or how to build a mousetrap,  by Cat Motya The US, Russia and SYRIA SitRep by Cat Motya, September 27, 2016 Russia, US and Syria SITREP links September 28, 2016 by Scott The New Situation starting with September 11th, 2016 by Cat Motya Thus, we are going to describe a beautiful situation starting with Motya’s past post where he talks about Syria right after the

The US, Russia and SYRIA SitRep by Cat Motya, September 27, 2016

So… A few boring pieces about the future, because a few important moments came to realization. Considering these important moments, we will post some forecasts foretelling the future, but only in brief, because some of the points need separate explanations. Since we collectively are not experts in anything, and absolutely not specialists in geopolitics, it means we can’t write nonsense, but only boring, true and correct prognoses and analyses of

How President Putin returned the ownership of Sakhalin II to Russia

How President Putin returned the ownership of Sakhalin II to Russia A bit of political humor Sakhalin II operates the Piltun-Astokhskoye and Lunskoye oil and gas fields. Sakhalin II project uniqueness Russia’s first LNG plant. Russia’s first PSA-based project. The first offshore oil and gas producing platforms installed in Russia. First sales of Russian gas in the Asia-Pacific energy markets. During the dark times of the Yeltsin’s regime, foreign oil

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