I’ve just found a picture [this is my edit of Patriot’s version below] illustrating the views expressed on this blog: the West and Russia are the ideal Other for each other. It’s a mirror thing: be it ‘Russian reversals‘, ‘whataboutism‘ or ‘Russian/Western propaganda‘, etc.
Fyodor Dostoyevsky‘s Diary (1877, November).
Some Quite Special Remarks about the Slavs That I Intended to Make Long Ago.
The monument to the Grand Prince of Moscow and Vladimir cities Dmitry Donskoy (Dmitry of the Don) of the Rurik Dynasty (2014). On September 8, 1380, at the Kulikovo field, near the Don river, he defeated Mamai’s army. Dmitry Donskoy is venerated as a Saint in the Russian Orthodox Church.
Photos by Sergey Armeyskov.
Positive klyukvification is opposite to the Pussy Riot effect. Continue reading #Cranberry Fields Forever (The Sounds of Positive #Klyukvification)
Russian Proverbs about Bliny (Pancakes) & Maslenitsa:
‘You’re not Dostoyevsky,’ said the citizeness, who was getting muddled by Koroviev.