March 17, 2010 — Contents

WEDNESDAY MARCH 17 CONTENTS

(1)  EDITORIAL:  Barbaric Russia, most Warlike of Nations

(2) EDITORIAL:  Clinton blasts Russian Barbarism

(3)  Do you dare call THIS anything but Russian Barbarism?

(4)  In Love of Stalin, Russian Barbarism laid Bare

(5)  CARTOON

NOTE:  LR publisher and founder Kim Zigfeld sings the praises of Mikhail Khodorkovsky in his amazing battle against the Kremlin now unfolding in the courts of Europe in the latest installment of her Russia column on the mighty Pajamas Media blog.

NOTE:  Oleg Kozlovsky, quoted the Wall Street Journal.  Go, Oleg!

NOTE:  Today, a special issue devoted to Russian barbarism, following on the heels of Russian rocker Yuri Shevchuks’ denunciation of the Putin regime as “inhumane” as reported in our last issue.

4 responses to “March 17, 2010 — Contents

  1. Barbaric Russian corruption may force Western bussiness to pull out en masse:

    http://www.kyivpost.com/news/russia/detail/61737/

    Vperiod, Rasiiya! Net analogov v mire! :D

    • Number of Google hits for

      “Barbaric Russia”: 2450 (first 3 are are LR)
      “Barbaric Israel”: 11000
      “Barbaric China”: 1250
      “Barbaric US”: 6370
      “Barbaric America”: 9400
      “Barbaric Nigeria”: 8

      LA RUSSOPHOBE RESPONDS:

      Apparently you think this means America is three times more uncivilized than Russia. Odd, then, that Russia’s rate of murder, domestic violence, fire fatality, road fatality, smoking fatality, alcohol fatality and poverty are so much higher than the US. Odd, too, that America stands with a large group of powerful allies, while Russia stands alone.

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