July 1, 2009 — Contents

WEDNESDAY JULY 1 CONTENTS

(1)  Another Original LR Translation:  Medvedev as Goebbels

(2)  EDITORIAL:  Russia, Obama and the Internet

(3)  EDITORIAL:  Russia Legalizes Barbarism

(4)  EDITORIAL: One Year for LR on WordPress!

(5)  Putin’s Russia brings us “Menocide”

NOTE:  You can listen to a panel of Russia experts including the heroic Andrei Piontkovsky discussing Barack Obama’s upcoming trip to Moscow as part of a Hudson Institute Panel here

NOTE: You can read a transcript (in English!) of Vladimir Putin’s meeting with the Pikalyovo protesters here.

2 responses to “July 1, 2009 — Contents

  1. Duke Ellington and Michael Jackson ——–

    Michael Jackson, Dead At 50, Was Hugely Popular Across Former Soviet Bloc

    http://www.rferl.org/content/Global_Pop_Icon_Michael_Jackson_Dead_At_50/1763122.html

    Superb touch, Mr. Krastev! Unlike the other article by some obscure music critic who seems not to be understanding anything about where this gloriuous radio station broadcasts to, your words strik e a chord with all those in eastern Europe who were escaping into Michael Jackson’s music and video appearance (yes, we did have VHS video players in the 1980s, even though they would cost as much as a car, and the tapes from the west had a way of pouring in, defying the censorship) from the crude day to day Communist reality.

  2. Vladimir Putin: Did Mr Deripaska sign the document? I do not see your signature. Come over here. Sign it. The document is over here.

    This scene is somewhere on YouTube and had to be one of the most jaw dropping captured moments of Putin playing thugster Czar.

    LA RUSSOPHOBE RESPONDS:

    There was an identical exchange with Mr. K just before they sent him to Siberia.
    He’s such a crude clown.

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