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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostSat Jul 04, 2015 11:27 pm

Spooked by Russia’s actions in Ukraine and by the increasingly stringent punishments for anyone deemed critical of the Kremlin, Russians of Jewish descent have been fleeing in droves over the past 18 months.


And every time a Jew leaves, Russia becomes a better place because it has one less swindler and one less parasite. If only that could happen here...
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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostMon Aug 17, 2015 2:03 pm

Russia — War or Peace?
July 26, 2015 The Nationalist Times
by Merlin Miller.

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Merlin Miller at Saint Basil
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On May 30, 2015, my wife, Susan, and I joined a small delegation of concerned citizens to visit Russia, a nation under Western media and political assault, and economic sanctions. Organized by Sharon Tennison, founder of “Center for Citizens Initiatives” (http://ccisf.org/), this independent, one-of-a-kind sojourn was to extend “grassroots goodwill” by meeting directly with the Russian people. Our goal was to learn truths and perspectives first-hand, rather than rely on a special-interests controlled mass media, which increasingly and unfairly demonizes the “land of white nights” and their leader, President Vladimir Putin.

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"It appeared to me that our nations are going through bizarre role-reversals."
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CCI travelers first went to Russia (the former Soviet Union) in 1983 to help usher in a climate of positive exchanges. The organization ultimately sponsored over 6000 Russian entrepreneurs to visit and train in America, while leading American expeditions to Russia. Although largely unheralded, these efforts helped create a political thaw (Glasnost and Perestroika), which helped to normalize relations between the two powers. Unfortunately, citizens initiatives are once again needed to help restore positive relations between America and Russia, and challenge the misguided foreign policies that threaten world peace. Our group visited four regions over 17 days: Moscow, Volgograd, Ekaterinburg, and St. Petersburg. While we did meet some government officials and media representatives, our focus was people-to-people, interacting with the growing number of Russian entrepreneurs who are creating a new middle-class and a strong future for their country. In Moscow, we were greeted with an impressive mix of grand architecture and modern facilities. The city, now numbering nearly 14 million people, was vibrant. Their subway system was impeccable, with a palace-like decor, including crystal chandeliers…and their trains ran on time! The Russian people are physically fit and better dressed than contemporary Americans. We found no hostility among them and they were uniformly helpful. As Americans, we were probably perceived as loud and obnoxious, while they were quiet and cautiously respectful. Much of their demeanor, as we were to learn, has developed over centuries of subordination to authorities in addition to living in such close quarters to each other. Individual noise levels had to be subdued in public and in thin-walled apartments throughout the Soviet years. The era of the Czars and nearly a century of Communism seems to have taken an irrefutable toll on their individualism, but we sensed a growing entrepreneurial spirit, optimism and sense of national pride. It appeared to me that our nations are going through bizarre role-reversals. They have expectations of greater freedom and prosperity, while we are experiencing a loss of liberty and wealth, and a sense of uncertain desperation. To date, they reject “Western cultural Marxism” which has been destroying American society. Ironically, this cultural Marxist assault on America’s traditional institutions had its birth in Communist (and Socialist) doctrines, which the Russians increasingly reject.

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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostSun Sep 20, 2015 6:27 pm

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Editorial Review
A violent, extremist view of America's future. The book was the inspiration for the bombers of Oklahoma City, who hoped their terrorist act would provoke a race war in the USA.

That editorial review is not true. Tim McVeigh didn't want to provoke a race war. He wanted the federal government to pay for what it did to the innocents in Waco two years to the day before his OKC deed. The cover art is ridiculous, so this edition of The Turner Diaries is likely bootlegged, like others sold on Amazon.com are. Tsk. tsk! Some day, hopefully soon, we'll have the ability to go after the thieves that pirate and sell our National Vanguard Books intellectual property.

Meanwhile it can't be all bad that Russians can read TD in their native language.
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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostWed Nov 25, 2015 7:10 pm

Whites should like to think this quote by Mr. Putin is authentic, but just a couple of months ago the consummate politician (trying to please everyone) attended the opening of Moscow's largest mosque:

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The Moscow Cathedral Mosque


More here about that mosque opening: http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/09 ... st-mosque/
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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostFri Nov 27, 2015 1:10 pm

Just heard Russia has suspended visa-free trips to Turkey in retaliation for Turkey's shooting down of that Russian jet they claimed violated Turkish airspace. That jet crashed and burned in Syrian soil after being shot down by Turkey. This will be a big blow to Turkey's tourist industry as Turkey has been the vacation spot of choice for Russians for years.
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PHOTO: Leaked Pic Reveals the Inside of Putin’s “War Room”… It’s a Jihadist’s Worst Nightmare
BEN MARQUIS NOVEMBER 26, 2015
Located just a short distance away from the Kremlin in Moscow stands the National Defense Control Center, a massive building that houses the headquarters of Russia’s military.

Inside the Control Center is an impressive “war room,” a gigantic three-story room from which Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russia’s military leaders are capable of overseeing virtually every detail of their military efforts in Syria.

The war room features numerous rows of desks and computer terminals on the ground with two balconies ringing around the back side of the room.

The entire front wall of the room is taken up by a collection of several gigantic television screens and high definition monitors that stretch from floor to ceiling and display just about every pertinent detail the military leaders and their army of analysts could ask for.

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That is Mr. Putin in black suit, directing the war -- upper right under the center TV screen

It is from here that Putin and his military leaders have been directing his nation’s fight against the radical jihadists who make up the Islamic State group — the fight that President Obama is not waging on behalf of the United States.
Russian forces originally entered Syria at the end of September to help prop up the embattled dictatorship of Bashar Assad, but recently shifted much of their focus toward the Islamic State group after it bombed a Russian airliner over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, killing more than 200 Russian citizens.

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Now THAT is a proper, modern war room from which to fight one's enemy!

The radicals of the Islamic State group should be looking for someplace to hide now, but Putin will probably still be able to find them from his humongous war room at the National Defense Control Center in Moscow.
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http://conservativetribune.com/inside-o ... -war-room/
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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostFri Nov 27, 2015 1:22 pm

Will Williams wrote:...It is from here that Putin and his military leaders have been directing his nation’s fight against the radical jihadists who make up the Islamic State group — the fight that President Obama is not waging on behalf of the United States...


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It is from this war room that Barack Hussein Obama fights Islamic Terrorism
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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostThu Dec 31, 2015 7:29 pm

The Russian people don't make much of Christmas like Americans do. The big holiday for them is celebration of the New Year. The days are already getting longer and Spring can't be far off.
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Celebrating New Year in Russian style

Meeting Father Frost and Snegurochka

It's a very nice tradition - to meet Father Frost in Moscow before the New Year's Eve. This year Father Frost will be met in the Gorky park - the park of entertainment, where in winter almost all the roads become huge wonderful rink - for skating which is so popular in Russia. Father Frost will be met with the parade where the characters of fairy tale will appear.
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Father Frost and his Snow Maiden -- it's a White thing!


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Of Russian origin: Snegurochka

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Snow girl

Snegurochka, also known as the Snow Maiden or Snowy, is a unique character of Russian folklore and an essential part of Russian New Year’s celebrations. The origins of Snegurochka are contradictory. The roots of this feminine character can be found in Slavic pagan beliefs. According to legend, she is the daughter of Father Frost and the Snow Queen.

However, another Russian fairy-tale tells a story of an old man and woman who had always regretted that they did not have any children. In winter they made a girl out of snow. The snow maiden came alive and became the daughter they never had. They called her Snegurochka. But when the summer sun began to warm the land, the girl became very sad.
One day she went into the woods with a group of village girls to pick flowers. It began to get dark and the girls made a fire and began playfully jumping over the flames. Snegurochka also jumped, but suddenly she melted and turned into a white cloud.

In some parts of Russia people still follow the ancient tradition of drowning a straw figure in the river or burning it on the bonfire to dispel the winter. This custom symbolizes the transition from winter to spring.

Snegurochka's love story

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Snegurochka

Snegurochka became widely known in the 19th century after Russian playwright Aleksandr Ostrovsky wrote the play Spring Fairytale based on the legend. The play portrays the young beauty as the daughter of Frost and Spring. She is immortal and she lives in her father’s winter forest. Snegurochka is lonely and would happily give up her immortality for the ability to feel love, like normal humans.

Snegurochka's mother Spring gives her a gift of a Love Wreath that makes her capable of loving. However, as soon as she falls in love she leaves her forest and melts at dawn as the sun touches her with its rays and turns her into a cloud. Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov then wrote an opera Snegurochka based on Ostrovsky’s play.

The soul of the New Year

The modern image of Snegurochka appeared at the turn of the 20th century, as she became a popular character in children's New Year’s celebrations and theatrical performances. Little girls enjoyed being dressed up as Snegurochka by their mothers in light winter attire and sometimes a cap.

Snegurochka has always been an essential part of the New Year’s celebrations and a helper to Father Frost, the Russian Santa Claus. Young, beautiful and smiling, she always travels with Father Frost on a horse-drawn sledge to visit children and give them gifts; she acts as a mediator between Father Frost and the children.

Looks and personality

Snegurochka is forever young and beautiful. According to the legend the old man and woman who made her from snow used two deep blue beads for eyes, made two dimples in her cheeks, and used a piece of red ribbon for her mouth. Snegurochka was very beautiful, but when she came to life, she was even better. Snegurochka is often depicted with snow white skin, deep sky-blue eyes, cherry lips and curly fair hair.

Originally Snegurochka wore only white garments and a crown, decorated with silver and pearls. Her present day costume is blue, red, white or silver and her crown is sometimes replaced by an embroidered cap with fur edging. She is probably one of the most attractive female characters in Russian culture.

Where to find her
Snegurochka is said to live deep in the winter forest. Snegurochka's modern place of residence is quite real - it's the Russian city of Veliky Ustug (in the fairytale, her origins are in the Russian city of Kostroma). Nowadays, Father Frost is considered to be her grandfather rather than her father, as in the old legend.
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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostFri Jan 01, 2016 7:31 pm

Racially-Aware Russian Deputy PM Rogozin
Banned from Entering Ukraine


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Rogozin’s response: “The time will come when they will meet me with flowers.”


EDITOR’S NOTE: Rogozin is famous for saying “There is an enormous distance between Europe and the Third World. There is a new civilization emerging in the Third World that thinks that the White, northern hemisphere has always oppressed it and must therefore fall at its feet now. This is very serious. If the northern civilization wants to protect itself, it must be united: America, the European Union, and Russia. If they are not together, they will be defeated one by one.”

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THE SECURITY SERVICE of Ukraine has declared Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin (pictured) persona non grata in Ukraine, said the press Secretary of the SBU, Elena Gitlyanskaya, to RIA Novosti on Wednesday.
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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostThu May 05, 2016 10:07 pm

[quote="Will Williams"]Whites should like to think this quote by Mr. Putin is authentic, but just a couple of months ago the consummate politician (trying to please everyone) attended the opening of Moscow's largest mosque:

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The following came from Canadian pro-White activist Paul Fromm. It is unsourced, but contains more of what Mr. Putin allegedly said, addressing the Duma.
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Vladimir Putin's speech - SHORTEST SPEECH EVER. Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, addressed the Duma, (Russian Parliament), and gave a speech about the tensions with minorities in Russia:

"In Russia, live like Russians. Any minority, from anywhere, if it wants to live in Russia, to work and eat in Russia, it should speak Russian, and should respect the Russian laws. If they prefer Sharia Law, and live the life of Muslim's then we advise them to go to those places where that's the state law.

"Russia does not need Muslim minorities. Minorities need Russia,
and we will not grant them special privileges, or try to change our laws to fit their desires, no matter how loud they yell 'discrimination'. We will not tolerate disrespect of our Russian culture. We better learn from the suicides of America , England, Holland and France , if we are to survive as a nation. The Muslims are taking over those countries and they will not take over Russia. The Russian customs and traditions are not compatible with the lack of culture or the primitive ways of Sharia Law and Muslims.

"When this honorable legislative body thinks of creating new laws, it should have in mind the Russian national interest first, observing that the Muslims Minorities Are Not Russians."

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The politicians in the Duma gave Putin a five minute standing ovation.
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Re: Good News From United Russia

PostSat May 07, 2016 4:40 am

I love the way Mr. Putin stands strong like a man. Like a real leader.

Whether he's friend or foe i don't know for sure, but he shines next to any western leader.
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