Kremlin: North Korea's Kim Jong Un Will Not Attend Victory Day Parade.
MoscowTimes Apr 30 2015 13:50
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will not attend events in Moscow next week commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe, the Kremlin said Thursday.
"He has decided to stay in Pyongyang," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on a conference call. "This decision is related to [North] Korea's internal affairs."
The trip would have been Kim's first overseas since he took power in 2011 after the death of his father.
Shin Kyung-min, a member of South Korean parliament's intelligence committee, had said Wednesday that South Korea's spy agency expected Kim to go to Moscow although there was no independent confirmation of the plan.
Yang Moo-jin, an expert at the University of North Korean Studies in Seoul, said Kim could have boosted his image by going to Moscow and it was not clear why he had decided not to go.
"He was at the stage in his leadership where he should have been seen working on external affairs and trying to overcome international isolation, especially in light of the negative publicity he's got in recent months," he said.
"By visiting Russia, he would have been able to exert pressure on China and also on South Korea, and he would have been able to improve his own image by going over there with his attractive wife and speak in English, which he surely must be able to do."
Peskov said about 30 foreign leaders would attend anniversary events but not all would attend a military parade on Red Square on May 9. These include German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is expected to be in Moscow only on May 10.
Many Western leaders are shunning the anniversary events in a show of displeasure over Russia's actions during the crisis in Ukraine, where pro-Russian separatists are fighting Ukrainian government forces.
Russia: New military technology to be unveiled at Moscow Victory Day parade - Sergei Ivanov.
RuptlyTV May 2, 2015
State of the art, brand new modern weapon systems and military vehicles will be revealed for the first time during Moscow's Victory Day Parade, said Chief of the Presidential Administration Sergei Ivanov during an interview with RT in Moscow, Saturday.
РЕПЕТИЦИЯ ПАРАДА ПОБЕДЫ 2015 4 мая (полная версия) 2015 may 4 Victory Parade Rehearsal.
GoryZont May 4, 2015
Last Edit: May 17, 2015 13:53:52 GMT -5 by TsarSamuil
Гергьовден..Ah...this is pathetic...NATO has ruined our armed forces...used to have large parades..and I hate that midget sellout President..
Feature: Bulgaria celebrates National Army Day.
May 06,2015 by Marian Draganov
SOFIA, May 6 (Xinhua) -- Bulgarians marked Army Day on Wednesday with a variety of festive events throughout the country following a tradition established in 1880, shortly after the country's liberation from Ottoman rule.
A military parade, attended by the President Rosen Plevneliev, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, veterans and thousands of citizens, was held on Alexander Battenberg Square, the largest square in the capital of the Balkan country.
Speaking to the parade, Plevneliev said that by marking the National Army Day, Bulgarians bow before their ancestors who defended the right of the Bulgarian people for national self-determination.
The head of the state, who is also the commander-in-chief of the country's armed forces, said Bulgarian "glorious army" is a symbol of Bulgarian statehood and people love their army.
"When it is difficult, people rely on the army, and the army sides with the people," Plevneliev said.
An open day with free admission was organized at the National Museum of Military History where visitors could touch weapons that were used by the Bulgarian Army in the 20th century and those that are still in service.
Army cooks were also called upon to support the event: in a field kitchen, they made bean soup, a traditional dish for generations of Bulgarian soldiers, and handed plates to anyone who wanted to taste it.
"Mom, but there are only beans inside," muttered a disappointed 10-something-year-old boy who may not be able to eat this soup in the army because the military service in Bulgaria ceased to be compulsory since 2008.
Sonya Penkova, National Museum of Military History: Bulgaria can be proud of its army, with its past and present.
6 May 2015 | 16:42 | Focus News Agency
Sonya Penkova, PhD, Director of the National Museum of Military History, talks in an interview with FOCUS News Agency about 6 May– the Day of Bravery and Bulgarian Army.
FOCUS: Celebrating 6 May as the Day of Bravery and Bulgarian Army started back when the Bulgarian Army was first established. Could you please tell us more about this holiday and the changes it has undergone through the years?
Sonya Penkova: After the re-establishment of Bulgaria as an independent country in 1878 there was a limited time period until the Serbo-Bulgarian War (1885), in which the different army branches had their own holidays, but there was no single holiday for the whole army. This ended with the Serbo-Bulgarian War (1885), when the huge heroism of the Bulgarian army in the Battle of Slivnitsa (5-7 November 1885) gave birth to the first joint military holiday, which was 27 November, which was declared as Day of Victories. This holiday remained a traditional observation until the Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine. Maybe everyone remembers the history lessons, which told the story of how Aleksandar Stamboliyski, the then-PM of Bulgaria, was held for several days until the date was 27 November, when the Treaty of Neuilly-sur-Seine was finally signed. This was in a way a double punishment for Bulgaria – having the day of the signing of the treaty, which marked the second Bulgarian national catastrophe, be the same day as the Day of Victories, thus marring the holiday of the army. In the years following WWI the day 27 November was observed as a holiday, but not so actively, because of the aforementioned catastrophe from Neuilly-sur-Seine. That is why in the 1920s there was a gradual transformation of the day of the army towards 6 May. Up until the 1920s, this day was only observed as the holiday of the cavaliers of the Order of Bravery. This started after 1880, when the Order of Bravery was established, and continued over the next few years, as the idea for merging the two holidays was born in the 1920s. In the period 1924-1927 both dates were observed – 27 November and 6 May. Starting from 1927, only 6 May was observed as the Day of Bravery and Bulgarian Army. This holiday is of great importance to Bulgaria’s history. In the years after 9 September 1944, the day was changed to 23 September, but in the 1990s it was restored to 6 May. Now we mark the Day of Bravery and Bulgarian Army on 6 May, which is also St. George’s Day, and is one of the most beautiful traditionally Bulgarian holidays. This is the short but interesting history of this holiday.
FOCUS: Should Bulgarians, and in particular people who have been or are still part of the Bulgarian Army, be more proud of the past or the present?
Sonya Penkova: Bulgaria can be proud of its army, both of its past and present, because the Bulgarian Army has proven that it can and will protect the national ideal and national causes in all wars led after the Liberation of Bulgaria. The moods towards the Bulgarian Army lately have nothing to do with its actions or lack of such, or as army, per se, as a means for protecting the state borders and national causes. I do not think that there is any negativism towards the Bulgarian Army today.
FOCUS: What are the main problems that the Bulgarian Army is facing now?
Sonya Penkova: I think that the field of our competence as an institution covers the past and the memory of the Bulgarian Army. The problems, which the Bulgarian Army is facing today are the same ones it has been facing over the past few years. The question is, to what extent we, as a people and as a political class, have learnt from the past.
FOCUS: How do you think the vision of the Bulgarian Army has changed over the past 20-odd years?
Sonya Penkova: The Bulgarian Army had no choice but to change. It has walked a long road of reforms on the way towards becoming a part of the Euro-Atlantic defence structures. The Bulgarian Army managed to set up a serious capacity and to show serious abilities while participating in missions abroad. Over the past few years, it has been gaining serious experience in this field. It is important to preserve everything as experience, as traditions, and as accumulated capacity from all the years of development of the Bulgarian Army and build upon that.
FOCUS: What is the feeling in the National Museum of Military History on the Day of Bravery and Bulgarian Army?
Sonya Penkova: As always with a sense of historical pride as a part of the structures of the Ministry of Defence, and with a pleasant feeling that we can make this holiday of the Bulgarian Army accessible to all people, who traditionally swarm our museums on this day, so that we can be together and commemorate the heroism, bravery, and valour of the Bulgarian Army and to touch its past through the preserved artefacts. We always have fun and enjoy this wonderful day united in the warmth of not only a military holiday, but also a great national and people’s holiday, like St. George’s Day.
FOCUS: What is your wish for the members of the Bulgarian Army for 6 May?
Sonya Penkova: On the behalf of our institution, I would like to wish good health, strength, energy, resilience, and headwinds to all people serving in the Bulgarian Army in Bulgaria and outside of our borders.
Last Edit: May 8, 2015 15:04:08 GMT -5 by TsarSamuil
World leaders arrive in Moscow to celebrate WW2 70th anniversary.
Reuters May 8, 2015
World leaders including China's Xi; Zimbabwe's Mugabe and Egypt's Sisi arrive in Moscow as Russia prepares to mark 70th anniversary of the WW2 victory over Nazi Germany. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Suvorov Military School takes part in the military parade marking the 70th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War, in Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2015. [Photo: Xinhua/Jia Yuchen]
The Battalion of the Kuban Cossacks takes part in the military parade marking the 70th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War, in Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2015. [Photo: Xinhua/Jia Yuchen]
Russian President Vladimir Putin (C) holds a portrait of his father, war veteran Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin as he takes part in the Immortal Regiment march on the Red Square during the Victory Day celebrations in Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2015.
People hold pictures of World War Two soldiers as they take part in the Immortal Regiment march during the Victory Day celebrations in central Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2015.
Georgy Shirokov, 91, Russian veteran of WWII and former sailor of the Baltic Fleet walks in Red Square before the Victory Parade, celebrating 70 years after WWII, in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, May 9, 2015. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
An unidentified Russian veteran of WWII walks in Red Square before the Victory Parade, celebrating 70 years after the victory of the war, in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, May 9, 2015. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
Indian army soldiers march along the Red Square during the Victory Parade marking the 70th anniversary of the defeat of the Nazi Germany in World War II, in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, May 9, 2015. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)
Serbian army soldiers march along the Red Square during the Victory Parade marking the 70th anniversary of the defeat of the Nazi Germany in World War II, in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, May 9, 2015. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro, foreground and Cuban President Raul Castro, walk together after the Victory Parade marking the 70th anniversary of the defeat of the Nazis in World War II, in Red Square in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, May 9, 2015. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, Pool)
Soviet SU-100 tank destroyers drive during the Victory Day parade - Russia used the event to highlight its formidable military defence
The T-14 Armata is said to surpass all Western versions because of its remotely controlled cannon and the protection it offers to its crew
Russian Kurganets-25 armoured personnel carriers drive during the country's show of strength at the Victory Day parade - they are fitted with guns that are controlled remotely by the crew and can be fitted with larger cannons
A young girl gives a flower to a blind World War Two veteran at Gorky park in Moscow in a touching gesture during the celebrations
World War Two veterans Peter Gostrik and his wife Lyudmila Gostrik prepare to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the capitulation of Nazi Germany
A girl rushes toward her grandmother, to take some flowers to be laid on the nearby thumbs, during a commemoration ceremony for the Russian soldiers
A boy inspects a billboard showing a winking Russian President Vladimir Putin and a bear as well as a T-shirt that reads: 'I'm a friend of Putin' at Victory Park ahead of celebrations
Young female military cadets arrive at the Eternal Flame at the grand memorial to Soviet soldiers killed during World War Two
Mil Mi-26 Halo helicopter fly over the Red Square during the Victory Day parade that was an exercise of strength for Putin's Russia
Meanwhile in Belarus, a soldier watches on as a group of soldiers march through a parade in the capital of Minsk
Belarus tanks of World War Two move along the parade in the capital of Minsk today to celebrate 70 years since the fall of Nazism
Last Edit: May 9, 2015 12:35:17 GMT -5 by TsarSamuil
Russia: Putin talks of his father on Immortal Regiment march.
RuptlyTV May 9, 2015
Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke about the 'Immortal Regiment' initiative's importance, while marching with over 300,000 people in Moscow's Red Square, Saturday. "It was born not in cabinets, nor in administrative structures, but in the hearts of our people," Putin told the interviewer.
SOT, Journalist questioning (in Russian): "With clear tears and joy, and this cherished memory, why have you decided to join this march?"
Vladimir Putin, Russian President (in Russian): "The value of this initiative is that it was not born in cabinets, nor in administrative structures, but in the hearts of our people! This shows the respect, with which we relate to the generations who protected our country; this shows and is the sign of the fact that we will hold high the plank they set. But also this tells us about our self-assurance, self-confidence and the happy future of our children!"
Question.: "You are going with the portrait of your father?" Putin: "Yes"
Question: "These metres you walked on the Red Square among these people, who were bound in honour to come here and take a place in a line, where were their grandfathers, great-grandfathers, their fathers, grandmothers, mothers... What were you thinking about at that moment?"
Putin: "Yes, indeed. You are right. I wasn't able to not think about it. I've captured myself on this thought. I think that my father, as well as the millions and millions of average Soviet soldiers, was just a simple soldier, he had a right to march across this square, but the destiny was so that not everyone was able to walk down the Red Square. And I am very happy that also my father together with me now, here, in my hands, is his portrait. And hundreds of others and thousands, of other average people, average soldiers, workers of the home front, may now appear on the Red Square. Let it be even just in photography of their relatives. But they had deserved it."
Russia: Western leaders "short-sighted" for not attending Victory Day in Moscow - Maduro.
RuptlyTV May 9, 2015
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro commented that Western leaders who did not attend Victory Day in Moscow might be "short-sighted", as he was interviewed by television channel RT in Moscow, Saturday. He said maybe they show "pettiness" against the "historical truth that the Red Army broke the spine of the Nazi fascist war machinery."
70 for Victory: Armata tanks, nuclear bombers, intl boots in Moscow for V-Day.
RT.com May 09, 2015 12:49
On Saturday Russia is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the victory in World War II. The biggest part is the military parade in Moscow’s Red Square, a grand event involving newest hardware at the army’s disposal.
The parade opened with solemn carrying of two flags, that of Russia and the historic banner that was raised over the Reichstag building back in 1945 to declare that it was taken by the Red Army.
Troops from all arms of the service were lined up on Red Square. Those include young cadets from Suvorov military school and visiting foreign troops from 10 countries. Inspecting the ranks, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu reported to President Vladimir Putin, who is Commander-in-Chief of the Russian armed forces, that the troops are ready for the parade to start.
“Wherever veterans of the WWII live now, they must know that here in Russia we value greatly their courage, resolve and loyalty to the frontline brotherhood,” Putin said in a congratulatory speech. Putin praised the many peoples of Soviet Union, allies from Europe, across the Atlantic and Asia, which fought on one side against the Axis powers during the war.
A minute of mourning followed to commemorate victims of the war: soldiers killed in battles, members of resistance movements, prisoners of deaths camps, civilians who perished to the hardships of sieges and wartime.
Cannon fire and Russia’s national anthem sounded just before the troops started their march across Red Square. A military band was the first unit to start the marching. Soldiers wearing historic uniforms, including cavalry on horseback marched and rode across. Following them were foreign visitors of the event.
Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, India, Mongolia, Serbia and China all sent their soldiers to participate in the Moscow parade.
Officers-in-training from various cadet schools followed. One of the units came from an all-female cadet school, which contributed to a V-Day parade for the first time. Academy officers, the high-ranking military teachers, commanders, senior technicians and defense researchers, came next.
Ceremonial unit soldiers at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Alexander Vilf)Ceremonial unit soldiers at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Alexander Vilf)
Representatives from the Ground Forces, the Air Forces, the Navy, the Marines, the Strategic Missile Forces, the Air and Space Defense Forces, the Air Defense Forces, the Airborne Troops marched one by one across the Red Square, standing for all regular arms and branches of the Russian armed forces.
Military specialists from troops involved in railroad transportation and biochemical warfare were followed by troops not under Defense Ministry command: Interior troops, Emergencies Ministry troops and Border Service guards marched.
Elite Kremlin cadets were the final troops to march across Red Square, giving way to military hardware.
Just like the march past, historic pieces of armor like legendary T-34 tanks opened the hardware demonstration.
Tigr and Kornet D armored vehicles were the first hardware currently in service rolled out then. Next came infantry fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers.
Advanced BMD 4M and Rakushka vehicles came next. The newest APCs, Kurganets, of the airborne troops were demonstrated for the first time during the parade.
Another novelty, Armata chassis-based heavy APCs, has been making headlines since the beginning of the year.
A T-14 tank with the Armata Universal Combat Platform at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Maksim Blinov)A T-14 tank with the Armata Universal Combat Platform at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Maksim Blinov)
T90A main battle tanks, one of the newest in the Russian army, came next.
Their successor, Armata-based T-14 tanks, which will become the backbone of the Russian armored forces, rolled through the square.
Infantry fighting vehicles with the Armata Universal Combat Platforms at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Anton Denisov)Infantry fighting vehicles with the Armata Universal Combat Platforms at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Anton Denisov)
Then Msta-S self-propelled artillery paraded across Red Square. Following them were the modern Koalitsia pieces.
Now it was the turn of heavy weapons. A unit armed with Iskander-M tactical ballistic missiles demonstrated their weapons followed by launchers and radar stations of the Tor-2U air defense system.
An Iskander / SS-26 Stone shorter-range missile system at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Alexander Vilf)An Iskander / SS-26 Stone shorter-range missile system at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Alexander Vilf)
Russian TOR-M2U tactical surface-to-air missile systems drive during the Victory Day parade at Red Square in Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2015. (Reuters/Sergei Karpukhin)Russian TOR-M2U tactical surface-to-air missile systems drive during the Victory Day parade at Red Square in Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2015. (Reuters/Sergei Karpukhin)
Pantsir-S dual cannon and missile air-defense vehicles rolled onto Red Square.
A BTR-82A armored personnel carrier and A Pantsir-S / SA-22 Greyhound self-propelled surface-to-air missile system at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Anton Denisov)A BTR-82A armored personnel carrier and A Pantsir-S / SA-22 Greyhound self-propelled surface-to-air missile system at the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Anton Denisov)
The S-400 Triumf, Russia’s most-advanced long-range defense system, which has no equal in the world now, came next.
The ‘shield’ part progressed into the ‘sword’ component. Yars nuclear ICBM missile mobile launchers are a crucial component of Russia’s future nuclear deterrence.
Bumerang armored vehicles, another firstcomers in the Russian armed forces were the final part of the ground demonstration.
Tu-160M, the most advanced Russian strategic bomber, zoomed over the heads. Piloting it was the commander of the Russian Air Forces, Gen. Viktor Bondarev.
Strategic bombers Tu-95 followed the plane.
There came Mi-8 transport helicopters, Ansat-U training helicopters, Mi-35M strike helicopters, K-52 Alligator helicopters, Mi-28N Night Hunter helicopters with Berkut aerobatic pilots at helm.
A Mil Mi-35 Hind helicopter at the final rehearsal of the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novsti/Ramil Sitdikov)
The gargantuan An 124-100 Ruslan transporter was followed shortly by three Il-76 heavy transport planes.
After the transport aircraft came the bombers. Three Tu-95 MS strategic bombers, the legendary nuclear-capable supersonic Bears, flew by.
Three Tu-22M3 long-range supersonic bombers followed.
Two Su-34 and two Su-24 ground attack planes did the trick simultaneously in pairs from two Il-78 ‘flying tankers’. A pair of MiG-31 fighter jets appeared.
Advanced MiG-29SMT fighters and Su-34 fighter-bombers were followed by Su-24M ground attack planes and MiG-31 heavy interceptors. Then flew five Su-25SMs and a wing formation of Su24s, Su-27s and MiG-29s, totaling 10 aircraft.
Pilot groups Vityaz and Strizh demonstrated their famous diamond-shaped formation. They piloted five Su-27s and four MiG-29s flying them in a tight pack and shooting flares.
Next in the air was the number 70 formed of 15 MiG-29s and Su-25s followed by six Yak training planes in a pyramid formation.
A group of six Su-27 colored the sky in white, blue and red smoke of the Russian flag to close the aerial demonstration.
Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker fighters of the Russian Knights aerobatic team and Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum fighters of the Swifts aerobatic display team at the final rehearsal of the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Vladimir Vyatkin)Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker fighters of the Russian Knights aerobatic team and Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum fighters of the Swifts aerobatic display team at the final rehearsal of the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of Victory in the 1941-1945 Great Patriotic War. (RIA Novosti/Vladimir Vyatkin)
Ending the parade was another live performance by the military band. World leaders attending the event then went to lay flowers to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a war monument in central Moscow. Celebration of the anniversary continued throughout Russia, with spectacular fireworks scheduled for evening.
Last Edit: May 10, 2015 4:29:57 GMT -5 by TsarSamuil
‘Immortal Regiment’ marches on: World celebrates Victory Day (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
RT.com May 09, 2015 12:57
Thousands of people around Russia and abroad have joined Victory Day parades and celebrations to mark 70 years since victory over Nazi Germany in WWII. Many of them gathered to march with the so-called “Immortal Regiment” to honor the veterans of the war.
Crowds of people carrying photographs of veterans who went through World War II have come to rally across Russia in a symbolic action known as the Immortal Regiment (Bessmertny Polk) march.
“They must march on victoriously at all times,” says the statement on the event’s web page.
Last Edit: May 10, 2015 17:29:05 GMT -5 by TsarSamuil
Post by TsarSamuil on May 11, 2015 16:40:25 GMT -5
‘Our little general’: Touching video of troops saluting little kid on V-Day rehearsal (VIDEO)
RT.com May 11, 2015 18:05
This little Russian had a moment of real pride as troops he saluted on V-Day actually saluted him back, greeting him like a true general. The video of the scene, recorded by boy’s aunt, went viral, melting the hearts of thousands on the Internet.
It was May 7 when squadrons of troops were marching in very heart of Moscow in the last rehearsal before the grandiose V-Day parade on Red Square.
Amid the crowds on the sidewalks there was Ilya Kazansky – a four-and -a half year old boy, who came to see the soldiers. That moment he might have been imagining himself as a general – the boy started diligently saluting the troops…and they saluted back!
Proud Ilya stood still until the last soldier passed by.
The boy’s aunt, Elena Tsukanova, recorded the touching scene and shared it on Facebook, where it soon went viral.
“They salute our favorite little general. People even filmed this scene,” the boy’s aunt posted.
“I like that every one that saw him, just had a huge smile on their faces!” wrote Facebook user Derek Roman.
“Mega like! I’m still smiling!” wrote another user, VljevMarko ReezboSlav .
On May 9 Russia marked 70 years since victory over Nazi Germany in WWII with a grand parade that involved at least 16,000 troops from the Russian Armed Forces and abroad as well as the newest hardware at the state army’s disposal.
White Cossack: How are you, Nikolov? I heard it's a hot summer in Sweden this year. Do you enjoy it? Regards, Yaroslav
Jul 20, 2018 5:51:43 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: Very very hot...sometimes around 31-35...and it has been going on since month of May, everything is scorched yellow and dry, things are dying or dead, this is abnormal summer..must be global warming, usually have rainy dull summers, this feel like south eu
Jul 30, 2018 10:49:17 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: large forest fires, not where I live, but have country-wide BBQ ban..which I find ridiculous...not to enjoy this warm summer? pffft..
Jul 30, 2018 10:50:42 GMT -5
White Cossack: You enjoy it, huh.
Jul 30, 2018 12:41:41 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: Bbq is basic slavic right
Aug 3, 2018 10:18:31 GMT -5
Proto-Orchid: @ussrstrong: I blame general low activity on social medias, all the people sit there today
Oct 10, 2018 12:53:50 GMT -5
reznik: @proto-Orchid: very true. What's worse, is that the system is designed specifically to keep those people dormant in their echo chambers. Nothing new to learn for them there, just stupid cat videos and such. Sad.
Oct 14, 2018 5:48:26 GMT -5
Proto-Orchid: Its the substitute for going out, meeting and spending your time with friends in real life. Its just part of the story. When I was younger I remember people were meeting to play team sports, but today you see completely autistic people jogging with iPhone.
Oct 14, 2018 18:18:38 GMT -5
Proto-Orchid: Then they come back home, put pictures on Instagram or Facebook to show off how they spent their time jogging, and as mental satisfaction they get few likes or hearts, or whatever social medias have today, which is a measure of how good their life is. Sick
Oct 14, 2018 18:21:43 GMT -5
Pan-Slavic Patriot: Sto Latz! Today marks 100 years of Polska! May there be 100 more! Wish I could have gone to the Independence March to celebrate this year, of all years. Theres always the next one to look forward to...
Nov 11, 2018 6:56:57 GMT -5
prawiomir: Hello. : )
Nov 25, 2018 17:19:11 GMT -5
Pan-Slavic Patriot: The latest flare up in the Ukraine-Russia conflict is painful to watch. Two brothers pit against one-another by foriegn elites, for what? Money and power... Sad.
Nov 30, 2018 3:17:07 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: Seems like its loosing momentum? lets hope...
Dec 29, 2018 9:15:04 GMT -5
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Feb 27, 2019 23:01:32 GMT -5
Marcinko: Looking for contacts to research Marcinko name in Slovakia.
Jun 3, 2019 0:37:57 GMT -5
White Cossack: Nikolov, my dear.. What's up
Jul 28, 2019 9:08:27 GMT -5
TsarSamuil: Bought a 3rd book shelf, for some reason I'm crazy about buying lots of books..
Aug 12, 2019 15:49:41 GMT -5
kooratz: I don't shout , it's considered rude, here in the US. I do shout a few things though, for one, ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION, IS RUINING OUR NATION!
Sept 13, 2019 20:32:33 GMT -5