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Posts published in September 2010

Coffee Thoughts in Russia…

World reserves of foreign exchange and gold in billions of US Dollars… While sipping on a cup of coffee this morning and enjoying the crisp 2 degree Celsius, clear skied weather. I was thinking of something that had happened in the world… It seems that the world currency devaluations will come. They have no choice but to devalue. With the…

Russia: As The Winds Do Change! (Part 5)

Could a storm be brewing? A little tid-bit of information that I posted a couple of weeks ago…. Update on Story: Ukraine says that the tanks were bond for Kenya and there was 33 tanks and parts and ammo…. (Hmmmmm oh OK!) The United States and Israel have consistently refused to rule out the possibility of military action against Iran…

Svet Sunday: Russia remembers Great Patriotic War!

Today we remember victims of Great Patriotic War (how we call WWII in Russia). It started 22 of June 1941 at 4:10 am fascists cross the border of Soviet Union near Brest. That’s how Russia Today describes it: One of the bloodiest pages in the history of Russia and the former Soviet countries is being remembered today. On June 22,…

Russia: Olympics Crushing The Little People!

This is a Russian Disgrace, Putin needs to be following his Olympic issues very closely! We have been to this little area and drove through this wonderful little Old Village. It is very quaint, the scenery is beautiful from this village and the homes are not fancy. It looks like a old village that has lost its original shine. Just…

From Russia: Medvedev and Novaya Gazeta!

I was drinking my morning cup of coffee here in Moscow, Russia and looking at a video about a press release that Medvedev did. In a surprise move: Dmitry Medvedev discussed Democracy and the Khodorkovsky case in an interview with Novaya Gazeta, which is known for its critical stance towards the Kremlin… Everyday Medvedev shows what he is about and…

Once Again Woe is We the Web duth Weave…

Rainbow Flag… For the first time in the Moscow’s history, the authorities are allowing the members of Russia’s gay community to stage a protest… Scarcely has the former Moscow Mayor Yury left his workplace when the city he shaped for almost two full decades made a change that was contradictory to the norm… The quiet murmurer of disapproval has increased…

Russia: Easter – April 27, 2008

Hello, My wife and I had an article before Easter in the West on March 23rd, 2008. I had an article then about the Russian Easter. I am now bringing it back up… The Article Here (LINK). Russian Easter! Easter in Russia is celebrated according to the rituals laid down by the Eastern Orthodox Church. Apart from differences in rites…

It is a Heyday in the Russian Press…

I am ignoring the Western press because all they can do is try to analyze what is happening in Russia and with that they have failed miserably. But the Eastern press is going all different directions and it is a Heyday in the Russian press… So… Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov, who was sacked on Tuesday by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev,…

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