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Sunday Toonage: Russian Jets Over Georgia

August 18, 2008

I know it is Monday…better late than never…

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  1. melo permalink
    August 19, 2008 4:20 pm

    Nice.

    melo’s last blog post..on the boxes of iran

  2. Akira permalink
    August 23, 2008 12:35 am

    I don’t get the cartoon.

    That’s a symbol of communism, but Russia is not a communist country.

    Perhaps I’m missing something.

    Did you know that there used to be a country called the USSR.

    Here are some of the Soviet and pro-Soviet leaders from that time [actually many of them are still in power, in the EU and central Asian countries allied with the US, but not in Russia].

    Interestingly, no Russians in this list:

    Stalin, Iron Feliks Edmundowicz Dzier?y?ski, Grigoriy Konstantinovich Ordzhonikidze, Gaioz Devdariani, Eduard Shevardnadze, Panteleimon and Igor Giorgadze, Lev Davidovich Bronstein [Leon Trotsky], Ovsei-Gershon Aronovich Radomyslsky [Gregory Yevseevich Zinoviev], Karol Sobelsohn [Karl Berngardovich Radek], Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchov, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, Nikolai Ivanovich Ryzhkov, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Tikhonov, Vladimir Antonovich Ivashko, Anastas Hovhannesi Mikoyan, Andrei Aleksandrovich Zhdanov, Andrei Andreyevich Gromyko, Matvei Konstantinovich Muranov, Dmitry Manuilsky, Chinghiz Aitmatov, Emma Goldmann, Berthold Brecht, Alexander Berkman, Johannes Vares, Angelica Balabanoff , Hovhannes Khachatury Bagramyan, Ferenc Gyurcsány, Mir C?f?r Abbas o?lu Ba??rov, Jaan Anvelt [Eessaare Aadu, Jaan Holm, Jaan Hulmu, Kaarel Maatamees, Onkel Kaak], Boriss Karlovich Pugo, Absamat Masaliyevich Masaliyev, Apas Jumagulov, Absamat Masaliyev, Askar Akayevt, Maksim Ammosov, Aleksey Vagov, Nikolay Bogolyubov, Iskhak Razzakov, Turdakun Usubaliyev, Jumgalbek Amanbayev, Askar Akayevich Akayev, Petro Mykolayovich Symonenko, Vladimir Nicolae Voronin, Zinaida Greceanîi, Nursultan Abishuly Nazarbayev, Pinches Borutsch [Pavel Borisovich Axelrod], Sultan Ibraimov, Dinmukhamed (Dimash) Akhmeduly Konayev, Vincas Kudirka, Mumin Khojaev, Ali Shervoni, Shirinsho Shotemur, Mirzo Dovud Guseinov, Grigory Broydo, Suren Shadunz, Dmitry Protopopov, Bobojon Ghafurov, Tursun Uljabaev, Jabor Rasulov, Leszek Ko?akowski, Aleksander Kwa?niewski, Rahmon Nabiyev, Qahhor Mahkamov. Christian Rakovsky, Georgy Maximilianovich Malenkov, Ruben Tovmasyan, Mirza Davud, Grigory Kaminsky, Sergey Kirov, Levon Mirzoyan, Nikolay Gikalo, Vladimir Polonsky, Emil Bodn?ra?, Ruben Rubenov (Mkrtchyan), Elena Ceau?escu, Mir Jafar Baghirov , Mir Teimur Yakubov, Imam Mustafayev, Veli Akhundov, Heidar Aliyev, Kyamran Bagirov, Abdulrahman Vezirov, György Pálffy, Gábor Péter, Ayaz Mütallibov, Abülfaz Elçibay, Dimitar Blagoev, Vulko Chervenkov, Georgi Dimitrov, Adrian P?unescu, Iosif Roitman [Iosif Chi?inevschi], Alexandru Sahia, Urunboi Ushturov, Tsola Dragoicheva, Traicho Kostov, Imre Nagy, Aleksandur Lilov, Andrey Lukanov, Petar Mladenov, Alexander Paunov, Stanko Todorov, Anton Yugov, Todor Zhivkov, Rudolf Barák, Edvard Beneš, Old?ich ?erník, Bohuslav Ch?oupek, Vladimír Clementis, Alexander Dub?ek, Zden?k Fierlinger, Jan Frankel, Micha? Rola-?ymierski, Yoldosh Akhunbabayev, Chinor Emomov, Julius Fu?ík, Klement Gottwald, Ji?í Hájek, Vladimír Holan, Gustáv Husák, Antonín Janoušek, Arnošt Kolman, Karel Kosík, Antonín Novotný, Ivan Olbracht, Radovan Richta, Viliam Široký, Rudolf Slánský, Bohumír Šmeral, Lubomír Štrougal, Jan Šverma, Ludvík Svoboda, Antonín Zápotocký, József Attila, Mihály Biró, Tibor Déry, István Dobi, István Eörsi, Nicolae Ceau?escu, Mihály Farkas, Rudolf Földvári, Ern? Ger?, Károly Grósz, Zygmunt Bauman, András Heged?s, Ágnes Heller, Béla Illés, János Kádár, László Kardos, Mihály Károlyi, Lajos Kassák, Anna Kéthly, Béla Kun, Pál Losonczi, Géza Losonczy, Vasile Luca [László Luka], Georg Lukács, Jind?ich Zelený, Tamás Major, Pál Maléter, György Marosán, Péter Medgyessy, Ern? Mihályfi, Aladár Mód, Tamás Nagy, Vasil Kolarov, László Piros, Karl Polanyi, Georges Politzer, László Rajk, Mátyás Rákosi, József Révai, Endre Ságvári, Erwin Szabó, Árpád Szakasits, András Szalai, Tibor Szamuely, Béla Szász, Sándor Szerényi, József Szilágyi, István Szirmai, Tibor Sz?nyi, Imre Vajda, Eugen Varga, Zoltán Vas, Sándor Zöld, Mordechaj Anielewicz, Boles?aw Bierut, Stanis?aw Brzozowski, Józef Cyrankiewicz, Ignacy Daszy?ski, Isaac Deutscher, Marek Edelman, Israel Epstein, Edward Gierek, W?adys?aw Gomu?ka, Ludwik Hass, Piotr Ikonowicz, Piotr Jaroszewicz, Wojciech Jaruzelski, Leo Jogiches, Micha? Kalecki, Stanis?aw Kania, Kazimierz Kelles-Krauz, Oskar Lange, Abraham Léon, Julian Marchlewski, Kazimierz Mijal, Leszek Miller, Edward Ochab, Stefan Piekarczyk, Daniel Podrzycki, Stanis?aw Radkiewicz, Adam Rapacki, Konstanty Rokossowski, Irena Sendler, Daniel Singer, Marian Spychalski, Maria Szyszkowska, Józef Unszlicht, Adolf Warski, Ludwik Wary?ski, Wanda Wasilewska, Aleksander Zawadzki, Gheorghe Apostol, Ecaterina Arbore, Silviu Brucan, Gheorghe Cristescu, Alexandru Dobrogeanu-Gherea, Constantin Dobrogeanu-Gherea, Alexandru Dr?ghici, Teohari Georgescu, Gheorghe Gheorghiu-Dej, Max Goldstein, Vitali Holostenco, Panait Istrati, Elek Köblös, Gheorghe Gaston Marin, Petru Groza, Ion Iliescu, David Korner, Vasile Luca, Corneliu M?nescu, Ion Gheorghe Maurer, Vasile Milea, Adrian N?stase, Lucre?iu P?tr??canu, Hannah Rabinsohn [Ana Pauker], Marcel Pauker, Isaac Deutscher, Tristan Tzara, Ilie Verde?.

    Akira’s last blog post..Obamacrimes.com: Democrat lawyer files suit against non-citizen Obama

  3. Akira permalink
    August 23, 2008 12:36 am

    I don’t get the cartoon.

    That’s a symbol of communism, but Russia is not a communist country.

    Perhaps I’m missing something.

    Did you know that there used to be a country called the USSR.

    Here are some of the Soviet and pro-Soviet leaders from that time [actually many of them are still in power, in the EU and central Asian countries allied with the US, but not in Russia].

    Interestingly, no Russians in this list:

    http://brianakira.wordpress.com/2008/08/16/evil-blood-thirsty-russians-not/

  4. Akira permalink
    August 23, 2008 5:10 am

    SORRY

    Just delete duplicates please.

    I got a message “Illegal format Latin Swedish Hungarian font.” when I posted, so figured it hadn’t been saved.

    Akira’s last blog post..Obamacrimes.com: Democrat lawyer files suit against non-citizen Obama

  5. Akira permalink
    August 29, 2008 5:18 am

    The New Warsaw Pact

    You have to admire the way that the Poles, Georgians, Ukrainians, Latvians etc. — a bunch of gangsters, thugs, and ex-communists (like non-Russians Trotsky, Brezhnev, Andropov, Dzerzhinsky, Stalin, Beria, Krushchov, etc. (see above)) — have managed to con Canada, the US and Western Europe into a future war with the Russians that they themselves, out of their cowardice and corruption, never dared fight.

    [Okay, with the exception of the many of them who fought for Hitler. Let’s give credit where credit is due! And let’s not forget all the Albanians, Bosnians and Croats who also fought for the Nazi phase of the New World Order. Aaahh, America’s new allies …]

    One of the most magnificent cons in all of history.

    Akira’s last blog post..September 3rd will mark the 1707th anniversary of the world’s first Christian State

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