Monthly Archives: January 2017

Ukrainian Army Repulsed At Avdeevka – 78 Killed, 76 Wounded

News from the Donbass Front: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko was forced to cut short his visit to Germany and return to Ukraine, in connection with the disastrous battle near the city of Avdeevka (Ukrainian spelling Avdiivka), near Donetsk. Deputy Commander … Continue reading

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More Suprun: Bride of Bandera And/Or Simple Crook?

Dear Readers, Yesterday I wrote an outstanding blogpost about Ulana Suprun, the Deputy Minister of Health in the Ukraine.  Suprun is an American-born Diaspora Ukrainian who returned to her ancestral Fatherland a couple of years ago in order to help … Continue reading

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Ulana Suprun – The MRI Shows Bandera On Her Brain

Dear Readers: Another Ukrainian-based theme today.  My starting point is this piece from PolitNavigator.  Tags are:  “Medicine”, “Scandal”, “Ukraine”.  The headline reads: Minister (of Health) who happens to be an American woman, just signed an order about testing vaccines on … Continue reading

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Olena Zerkal: Good Egg or Bad Egg?

Dear Readers, Today I have this piece from VZGLIAD, penned by political analyst Irina Alksnis. “The Ukrainian elites are in mourning, and in a state of alarm,” Irina begins her lede.  “The moment that Donald Trump stepped into the White … Continue reading

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“Always Alive” — How And Why Lenin was Mummified – Part VI

Dear Readers: Today concluding  this  piece from Life News  [“Life News” – get it?  irony alert] by Russian historian Evgeny Antoniuk.  Where we left off in this morbid saga, a battle royale was developing between Krasin, who wanted to freeze Lenin’s body; … Continue reading

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“Always Alive” — How And Why Lenin was Mummified – Part V

Dear Readers: Still working through this  piece from Life News  by Russian historian Evgeny Antoniuk.  Where we left off yesterday, Lenin’s widow, Nadezhda Krupskaya, had literally got down on her knees and begged the Bolshevik leadership not to mummify her husband nor … Continue reading

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“Always Alive” — How And Why Lenin was Mummified – Part IV

Dear Readers: Continuing to work through this  piece from Life News  by Evgeny Antoniuk.  Whom, by the way, I mistakenly called a “reporter” yesterday — he is actually a historian. Where we left off, a minority of the Bolshevik leaders — Antoniuk … Continue reading

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