Category Archives: Human Dignity

Russian Citizenship Denied To Black Lenin – Part V

Dear Readers: Today concluding this interview with a very interesting (and also very brave) man, Beness Aijo.  Where we left off, Aijo had explained, despite the fact that he is technically a Latvian citizen, the Latvian government’s antipathy to him, … Continue reading

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Russian Citizenship Denied To Black Lenin – Part IV

Dear Readers: Continuing with this story by Sergei Aksenov, as we resume his interview with Beness Aijo, the so-called “black Lenin”.  Where we left off, Aijo has explained the predominant desire and majority opinion of the Donbass people:  Namely to … Continue reading

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Russian Citizenship Denied To Black Lenin – Part III

Dear Readers: Continuing with this story by Sergei Aksenov, as we resume his interview with Beness Aijo, the so-called “black Lenin”.  Technically Aijo is a Latvian citizen and holds a Latvian passport.  But the Latvians doesn’t want him and, in … Continue reading

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Russian Citizenship Denied To Black Lenin – Part II

Dear Readers: Continuing with this story by Sergei Aksenov, which includes an interview with Beness Aijo, the so-called “Black Lenin” of the Donbass movement.  We went over a bit of background with Aijo’s biography and political affiliations.  Half Ugandan and … Continue reading

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Russian Citizenship Denied To Black Lenin – Part I

Dear Readers: Today I have this human interest story about a Donbass pro-Russian volunteer known as “Black Lenin”, due to the man’s African ethnicity and Communist (Marxist-Leninist) views.  The writer is Sergei Aksenov.  “Black Lenin’s” story illustrates the exquisite Kremlin … Continue reading

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Who Were the Denisovans? – Part II

Dear Readers: Concluding my review of this piece by Tatiana Pichugina, who covers the Anthropology beat for RIA Novosti.  Where we left off, we learned that a Denisovan lower jaw bone has been discovered just very recently, in a cave … Continue reading

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Who Were the Denisovans? – Part I

Dear Readers: Today I have this fascinating story by reporter Tatiana Pichugina, for Novosti.  It’s about a race of proto-humans called the Denisovans.  Denisovan DNA is supposedly a great thing to have because it gives you more stamina. The piece … Continue reading

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