Category Archives: The Great Game

Russia’s Death Agony OMG What Is To Be Done? – Part IV

Dear Readers: Today concluding this piece from RIA by analyst Viktor Marakhovsky, his ironic review of the “Free Russia Forum” that was held in Vilnius last weekend.  Meanwhile, the Russophile blogosphere is all abuzz with news that the Ukrainian regime … Continue reading

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Russia’s Death Agony OMG What Is To Be Done? – Part III

Dear Readers: Continuing to translate this piece from RIA by analyst Viktor Marakhovsky, in his review of the “Free Russia Forum” that was held in Vilnius, Lithuania, this past weekend.  Where we left off, the intellectuals of the non-systemic Opposition … Continue reading

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Russia’s Death Agony OMG What Is To Be Done? – Part II

Dear Readers: Continuing to translate this piece from RIA by analyst Viktor Marakhovsky.  Recall that the “Free Russia Forum” was held in Vilnius, Lithuania, this past weekend.  It was organized by board-game specialist Garry Kasparov and featured various other traitors … Continue reading

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Russia’s Death Agony OMG What Is To Be Done? – Part I

Dear Readers: Today I have this piece from RIA by analyst Viktor Marakhovsky.  His topic of irony is the “Free Russia Forum“, which just concluded its business in Vilnius, Lithuania, this past weekend.  This Forum, which is apparently held several … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Ukrainian Holodomor – Part III

Dear Readers: Continuing with this piece from VZGLIAD, by analyst Nikolai Storozhenko.  The title of the piece describes exactly the condundrum we encounter here: How the Myth of the Holodomor Got Turned Into a Holiday of Hatred Towards Russians Indeed.  … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Ukrainian Holodomor – Part II

Dear Readers: Continuing with this piece from VZGLIAD, by analyst Nikolai Storozhenko.  Yesterday we saw how the wily Ukrainian politician Leonid Kuchma implemented the November “Day of Remembrance of Victims of the Famine” to help him to win the 1999 … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Ukrainian Holodomor – Part I

Dear Readers: Today I have this piece from VZGLIAD, by analyst Nikolai Storozhenko.  It was written yesterday, November 24, the day on which the Ukrainian government and their Nationalist satellites around the world, pull out all the stops to commemorate … Continue reading

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