Clifford J. Levy (pictured, left) of the New York Times and his colleague Ellen Barry have been awarded the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting on account of their “dogged reporting that put a human face on the faltering justice system in Russia, remarkably influencing the discussion inside the country.”
We heartily congratulate Mr. Levy, Ms. Barry and the New York Times for this tremendous accomplishment on behalf of Russophobia and the battle to turn back the self-destructive impulses of the Russian people and save their children from obliteration.
Very happy to hear the great news. Keep on keeping on.
Indeed, thats a good site.
Hey Wal, mate,
What’s with this word “canditate…”? or do you mean ‘candidate’.
“What is now at stake is the survival of the white race. We feel this in Russia. We want to make sure the mixing of blood happens in the right way here, and not the way it has happened in Western Europe where the results have not been good.”
This from a government official.
Who the hell is seeking asylum in Russia, of all places? (That is, besides the obvious cases like the Afghan collaborators and Serbian war criminals.) Did they still believe in “friendship of nations” or something?
Unfortunately the Russian propaganda of the Cold War takes a long time to get over.
And to be fair, if you come from somewhere like the Congo……
But, still… why Russia? HOW Russia? It’s even further from Congo than Europe!
Anyway, here’s one of the other kind of “Afgantsy”:
@Robert You are right: it is kind of absurd to see these people, on the one hand, accuse Russian asylum officials of being terrible and, on the other hand, demand to be given asylum in Russia, of all countries! If Russia is such a racist country, why is it their best choice for asylum?
Ever been to Africa?
Putting “a human face” on Russia?
How do you put “a human face” on subhumans?