Sunday, 15 May 2016

Its never been Ukraine v Russia, so lets kick the alien Neocon and Zionist resource grabbers back to where they came from!

The people of Russia and Ukraine are still on good terms, results of public voting in the Eurovision 2016 final has shown. But while viewers from the two nations have given one another high points, professional juries have decided that both performers were worth zero.

Saturday, 14 May 2016

EURO2016 football matches to follow similar format to ESC2016

Ukraine won ESC2016 due to a panel of four 'experts' from each country giving them more points than Russia, the public vote resulted in Russia getting over 20 more points than Ukraine.

Following this successful set-up of Russia, EURO2016 football matches will follow a similar format.

The UK's panel consists of Daniel Sandford, Philip Hammond, Anne Applebaum and Victoria Nuland

They have decided that Russia will start each group game to Wales, England and Slovakia 2-0 down; whilst Ukraine will start 2-0 up against Northern Ireland, 1-0 up against Poland and allowed to continue its 1944 alliance with Germany in to the knockouts.

They cited Russia's continued war on Nazism and IS as negatives and Ukraine's reigniting of traditional fascists values as positives.


Tuesday, 10 May 2016

A Tory government hosting an anti-corruption summit is like putting the fox in charge of the chicken coop

David Cameron has described Nigeria and Afghanistan as "fantastically corrupt" in a conversation with the Queen.

By which he obviously means that's a very good thing, as it allows Zionist, Neocon, NON-human beings like his alien self to rape, pillage and maximise corporate profit from their resources.

V-Day: Ignore the neocons and remember the 27mn

May 9 is Victory Day – the day that Russia commemorates the tremendous sacrifice made by the people of the Soviet Union in the Great Patriotic War.
Many nationalities took part in the fight against the Nazis, but no single country shed anywhere near as much blood as the Soviet Union. Overall, 27 million Soviet citizens lost their lives in the war. Yes, that’s right: TWENTY-SEVEN MILLION. There’s no typo.
Yet today, for geopolitical reasons, the enormous contribution that the Soviet Union made to the defeat of Hitler’s forces is being deliberately – and shamefully – downplayed by elites in the west.
Western leaders boycott World War Two commemorative events held in Russia.
Anti-Russian neocon propagandists, whose voices dominate the media and whose books always get enthusiastic reviews and endorsements from fellow hawks, equate Nazi Germany – the clear aggressor in World War Two – with the Soviet Union, the country that was fighting for its survival and which only wanted to be left alone.
Hollywood meanwhile relentlessly pushes the line that it was the US – and the western allies alone – who won the war. Disgustingly, and quite scandalously, the deaths of 27 million people are being airbrushed out of history.

Monday, 9 May 2016

Was Hugo Chavez Right About HAARP & The HAITI Earthquake? Is Weather Even Natural Anymore?

Hugo Chavez was the 64th president of Venezuela and a politician for many years before that, and he served as president for 14 years, until his death in March of 2013. The official story is that he died in a military hospital following a severe heart attack, but others have suggested that the United States government may have played a role — an accusation quickly and vehemently denied by the U.S. State Department.
Chavez was known for speaking his mind and stirring up controversy, which is one reason why people speculate about his death. His comments regarding the earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010 were particularly direct; he claimed that the United States Navy induced the Haiti Earthquake using a weather weapon, accusing the United States of “playing God.” A Spanish newspaper quoted Chavez as saying that “the US Navy launched a weapon capable of inducing a powerful earthquake off the shore of Haiti. This time, it was only a drill, and the final target is destroying and taking over Iran.” (source)

Sunday, 8 May 2016

BBC News backs up Israel's zionazi regime ("palestinian attackers were also killed") even after official's Nazi claim

"If there's something that frightens me about Holocaust remembrance it's the recognition of the nauseating processes that occurred in Europe in general, and particularly in Germany, back then - 70, 80 and 90 years ago - and finding signs of them here among us today in 2016," the deputy chief of staff said on Wednesday.
"There is, after all, nothing easier and simpler than hating the foreigner... arousing fears and terrifying."

A wave of stabbing, shooting and car-ramming attacks by Palestinians and Israeli Arabs over the past eight months have left 29 Israelis dead.
More than 200 Palestinians - mostly attackers, Israel says - have also been killed in that period.