How about some IMF loans too?
I'll think about it. And keep up the good work, man!
Ukraine's uranium for US blindeyenium. Yes he can. He's proved his worth at the Nuclear Servility Summit in Seoul.
And he's not the only one.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Friday, March 16, 2012
FEMEN went on top of the Prosecutor General’s Office.
Death to the sadists! Oksana, you have to pull through! Castrate the bastards! Murderers to jail!
One of the three "killer kids" in the Mykolayiv rape-and-burn case happens to be the son of a former prosecutor. (Not according to the local prosecutor’s office, of course.) Another one is the son of the city’s former top official. Well, at least no denials here. Both had been initially released but taken back into custody later on as public pressure built up. In this video, the third suspect apparently takes the fall for his buddies.
In Ukraine, you can beat, rape, strangle, mangle, hunt, kill and even burn people and get away with it. If you have cash or connections, of course. If you don’t, you better get together to defend yourself like these ordinary people do.
Rich "killer kids," or mazhory as we call them in Ukraine, have created a cultural phenomenon far more prevalent than student rampages in the US. Maybe it's because here in Ukraine violent crime of this nature goes unpunished far more often than in the US?
By virtue of the almighty dollar, not probable cause or Miranda, the perpetrators either receive ridiculous sentences or avoid any jail time whatsoever. The list goes on and on.
Some US and EU tourists love Ukrainian oligarchs. But...not the way of life that oligarchy enforces on its aborigines, as opposed to its aficionados. If you know any such aficionados personally, show them this girl.
Now imagine she's your daughter.
Actions speak louder than words. As of today, Ukrainians remain largely lethargic, with just a few small protests here and there. Still, even in the most lethargic part of Ukraine, people already mince no words.
Man: It might be a bit rude, but let him drop dead!
Woman: Let him live like I do. No jobs. My son just came back from the army and there are no jobs.
She’s talking about the guy who’s got a job — the job. The guy who doesn’t show up for work until 11:00 a.m. and calls it a day at 4:15 p.m.
If only he could dig up some more of that magic enriched uranium at his marvelous Mezhyhirya ranch.
Wouldn’t that be a great way to enrich Ukraine’s democracy at the upcoming Nuclear Servility Summit in Seoul?
R.I.P. Oksana (died March 29).
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Watch the other guy's WTFace.
Yanukovych: Strategic cooperation, trade and economic cooperation between Ukraine and Kazakhstan...is a matter of mutual interest.
Meanwhile, in Kuwait...
Sunday, March 04, 2012
Where's the FSB when you need them?
FEMEN: I'm stealing [votes] for Putin! I'm stealing [votes] for Putin! Putin is a thief! Putin is a thief!
Didn't this sort of thing happen to his frenemy Yanukovych two years ago?
Anyway, crying is not a crime in Russia.
Friday, March 02, 2012
Better than I thought.
And here's Kyiv three decades ago.
Is it any accident that the world's most beautiful women live in Kyiv?
Well, as a Kyivan, I can't argue with that, hehe:)