Monthly Archives: July 2018

Ukro-Hungary Two-Peter Catfight – Part II

Dear Readers: Once again, this catfight involves two cats both named Peter.  Yesterday I presented the Hungarian side of the story; today it is Ukraine’s side to rebut these harsh allegations that they are repressing ethnic Hungarians. We may start … Continue reading

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Ukro-Hungary Two-Peter Catfight – Part I

Dear Readers: I have a delicious geo-political catfight, which I will present in two parts.  For the purposes of “Fair and Balanced”, today I will present the Hungarian side; and then tomorrow, the Ukrainian rebuttal. So, without further ado, and … Continue reading

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Ukrainian Soldier Complains Of Army Life – On Facebook

From the transcripts of the Caine Mutiny Court Martial by  Herman Wouk [sort of]: Lieutenant Barney Greenwald: So, from what I understand, gentlemen, in the middle of a typhoon, u were tweeting on your Facebooks about Captain Queeg’s humorous antics … Continue reading

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Heroic Defender of The White Race Eulogized In Kiev

Dear Readers: I don’t often print obituaries, but when I do it must be from the tabloid PolitNavigator!  So, today, under the category of “Picking Low-Hanging Fruit”, I have this piece, under the byline of Vladimir Gladkov.  The lede begins … Continue reading

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Whence the Stalin-Tito Quarrel? – Part VI

“I must really say that he is a veteran Communist, this Herr Josip Broz, a consistent man. Unfortunately he is our enemy. He really has earned his title of Marshal. When we catch him we shall do him in at … Continue reading

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Whence the Stalin-Tito Quarrel? – Part V

“Our sacrifices are terrible. I can safely say that there is no other part of the world which has been devastated on a vaster scale than Yugoslavia. Every tenth Yugoslav has perished in this struggle in which we were forced … Continue reading

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Whence the Stalin-Tito Quarrel? – Part IV

“Magis quam prima, quam secunda in me Romae villa.” (“Poor as this village is, I would rather be first here than second in Rome.”) (Julius Caesar) – Dear Readers: Continuing my review of this historical piece by Evgeny Krutikov. Where … Continue reading

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