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Friday, May 30, 2014

Dozens of bodies from Ukraine arrive in Chechnya

On Wednesday and Thursday, 30-45 bodies of Chechen troops, or “militants”, killed in the Donetsk region by Ukrainian soldiers  arrived in Chechnya. Information came on Friday from anonymous Chechnya residents. Representatives of local law enforcement refuse to comment.
“I have a relative who works in law enforcement. He told me that on Wednesday they brought from Ukraine dozens of bodies of our boys who died there and fought on the side of (pro-Russian) militia. To hide the casualties the killed are buried in several local cemeteries.” 
The Ukrainian military has reported on May 27 that the Chechens are among the mercenaries fighting on pro-Russian side.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Zmarł Jaruzelski

Wygląda na to ze spocznie na Powązkach.

Jeśli już musi być na Powązkach to pod murem i bez płyty nagrobnej abyśmy mogli szybko zapomnieć gdzie ostatni polski dyktator i zdrajca (może nawet masowy morderca) leży pochowany.

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Fly on the wall

Next month President Obama will visit Poland. During the visit he will meet Lech Walesa the man mostly responsible, right after Reagan and Pope JPII, for the collapse of the Soviet Union. Mr. Walesa was never afraid to say what he thought. The best example is his comment about Obama getting Nobel Peace Prize: "So soon? Too early. He has no contribution so far."

On the other hand President Obama is not above paybacks. Last time he was in Poland he refused to meet Walesa.

So, if this time they finally meet, and there is a good chance that they will, there maybe an interesting exchange.

I wish I was a "fly on the Wall during that meeting.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Walesa: US no longer world leader

Man who was never afraid to say what's on his mind strikes again:
Poland's former president and Nobel Peace laureate, Lech Walesa, said Friday he plans to urge President Barack Obama to take a more active world leadership role when he visits Poland in June.
"I will say: Either you want to be a superpower and guide us, or you should give the superpower to Poland and we will know what to do with it. Amen," 
Amen, amen, and again amen.

[Wait until President Obama finds out about this politically incorrect statement from other Nobel winner.]

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Putin did us a big favor

Thanks to Putin many European countries opened their eyes to the fact they can't just rely on the US or NATO to protect them. Many smaller Eastern European countries are increasing their spending on military assets and others, like Poland, are trying to see what more can be done to improve their defenses. Especially now, that current US President despite his promises, helps Ukraine in words only (and ineffective sanctions).

So thanks president Putin, and thanks for nothing president Obama.

Hush tags don't help but it's all we have, apparently, so here is one for you:


Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Why fracking in Poland has problem getting off the ground

You may have heard that Poland is looking into getting its own gas supply using fracking technology. You may have also heard that the process is very slow and opposed by many "environmental" groups. You may ask yourself why? Isn't that a great idea that would make them totally independent of Russia?

Here is a video that shows how "environmental" groups are founded and that "environmentalism" is a great business. All you need to do is to find "sponsor" like Russia or OPEC country.


Tuesday, May 20, 2014

US is powerless, even in America

President Obama, who many Americans thought would be greatest president ever, is not only powerless dealing with Russia, China, Syria, Libya, Sudan (and many many others). He is also powerless in his own country. Although, many of us think it's because he plays too much golf on government time. He may also be laze or simple he doesn't care.

We now have fifth or sixth scandal where he didn't know that anything was wrong with his government until he read about it in the newspapers or saw on CNN (he claims that he doesn't watch FoxNews). This time over 40 veterans died, some reports say that now it's over 100, due to negligence of the hospitals that were supposed to take care of them. Hospitals run by Obama's government.

What should worry all of us is that with each scandal more and more people die.

Why anybody expects Obama to push Putin out of Ukraine if he can't even control his own people.

BTW there are other issues that Obama could take care of that involve Americans around the World: woman who will be executed in Sudan over marrying Christian from United States (therefore under US protection) or US Marine who accidentally crossed Mexican border and now dying in Mexican prison.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Poland may dis-invite Putin to Auschwitz

Political party in Poland, United Poland, demanded that Prime Minister clarifies whether or not Vladimir Putin was invited to next year’s 70th anniversary of the liberation of the German Nazi Auschwitz death camp. Politicians from opposition parties are against inviting Putin to Poland.
“As long as Russia continues to raid neighboring countries, Putin should be persona non grata in any Western country,”
Government officials say that the presidents of the US, Israel and Russia would be invited to the ceremony in southern Poland, as the event should be “universal” in scope and the death camp and its liberation are “part of world history”.

Monday, May 12, 2014

Obama gets the super "star wars" helicopter(s)

Obama gets the helicopters that can lunch a wing of fighter jests, attack North Korea and shout down the Moon. ...

Well, at least that's what you would expect if the helicopter costs more then an aircraft carrier. For the $20 billion that those helicopters will cost you could get 3 or 4 aircraft carriers or about zillion tanks to defend Eastern and Western Europe from Evil Empire also known as Putin's Russia.

Note: With the Obama's administration's so called "transparency" it's not exactly clear if he gets 6 or 20 helicopters. And why would he need 20 of them. His dog, Bo, can stay home. Unless, of course he does intend to invade North Korea.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Too busy to deal with Putin

President Obama just started a new war on "global warming" so there should be no surprise that he simply has no time to deal with Putin. In one week president Obama has done more to fight the "global warming" (or "climate change") then he has done to help Ukraine. Words, "just words", don't count. The sanctions don't seem to be working, and if they do the other countries feel their effects as well, for example: Poland and Latvia.

But never mind. Both, President Obama and John Kerry keep telling us that the real danger to all of us is the "global warming".

Monday, May 5, 2014

Russian "volunteers" "travel" to Ukraine

Russian veteran organizations mobilize the so called "volunteers" to help pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine. Some of them may even be the real volunteers but their make-up should raise red flags (irony intended) all over. Most of the "volunteers" are not just professional soldiers but former "spetsnaz", GRU and anti-terrorist units. They fought in Afghanistan, Chechnya and Georgia. The wear the same green, unmarked uniforms that supposedly could be easily bought in any sporting store in Russia and Ukraine.


EN. (Previous)

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Former senator emerges as leading contender for FBI director
Polish Airborne Units Based in Cracow Tasked with Provision of Training for the Ukrainian “Cyborgs”
Erdogan Watched Guards Beat Protesters
House May Need to Vote Again on GOP Obamacare Repeal Bill
Two Chinese Fighter Jets Intercept U.S. Plane Over East China Sea
U.S. Bombs Syrian, Iranian-Backed Forces For First Time, Leaving Eight Dead
Russia warns Canada Magnitsky sanctions would be blow to relations
U.S. Appoints Special Counsel To Oversee Probe Into Trump-Russia Ties
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Polish F-16s intercept Russian spy plane over Baltics
Report: Flynn blocked US military operation that Turkey opposed
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MON kupuje samochody ciężarowe Jelcz. Trafią m.in. do WOT
Trump broni swego prawa "do dzielenia się faktami z Rosją"
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USA: zamordowany pracownik Demokratów był „wtyczką” WikiLeaks?
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