“Nabooti”, prosecutorial and sapulci”: merry massacre in Kiev


Implacable, merciless and even insane war against corruption declared by Kiev, “pursuant to the European commitments of Ukraine”, entered into a decisive stage. I ran out of popcorn and so the next episodes of the “war” had to watch dry. It (the war) everything is fine: here’s a special COP unit CORD, the best-trained American instructors from Texas, where they twisted the tails of girls, stormed the Central office of the state border service. The centre of Kiev, just four minutes brisk walk to free toilet, located in the national Shrine – the “Maidan Nezalezhnosti”.
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To The Memory Of Umberto Eco

He a couple of decades in a row, deservedly headed the list of world intellectuals. He wrote a dozen really great books and a bunch of journalism.


I read almost everything, and on it is written a long time ago only a few lines.
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Disaster in Lat. America and the Caribbean

Found resource. People seriously investigating natural disasters. Is a professional statistics for 12 years.


Note how insignificant the damage and as few casualties on the General historical background.
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When will the inevitable planetary catastrophe in Yellowstone?

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Doctor of geological-mineralogical Sciences V. P.. – a rare exception from the cohort of Yeltsin’s politicians.


Former Deputy Prime Minister, former Chairman of the State Committee of the Russian Federation on management of state property. But lasted his powers… only 2 months! Or rather is 3 days.

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The Economist: “We can’t print the presidents of the underdeveloped underdeveloped countries”

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Chief editor of weekly news publication of the British “The Economist” Zanni Minton Beddoes extremely negatively reacted on the news that the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has put himself on the cover of the magazine, replacing Vladimir Putin” – English radiostanice reports the BBC.
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