В Нью Йорке появился новый борец за права человека избивать женщину

В Нью Йорке открылась выставка молодого молдаво-американца, фотографа Миши Фридмана, борца за “права человека”:

http://imrussia.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=379&Itemid=137&lang=ru

http://imrussia.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=356&Itemid=136&lang=ru

http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/05/an-x-ray-of-russian-corruption/
The New York Times

http://dyingrussia.wordpress.com/2013/02/05/russian-corruption-in-black-and-white/

Выставка «Фото 51: Коррупция – часть российской ДНК?» откроется в Нью-Йорке
Куратор – Иван Саввин

18 декабря фотограф Михаил Фридман представил в нью-йоркском баре «Хаф-Кинг» свои последние работы в рамках проекта «Фото 51», посвященного коррупции – одной из главных проблем современной России. В обсуждении участвовали главный редактор «Environmental Defense Fund» Питер Хлебников и одна из кураторов фотовыставок «Хаф-Кинга» Анна Ван Лентен. Проект «Фото 51» осуществлен при поддержке Института современной России. Выставка работ откроется 15 февраля в нью-йоркской галерее 287 Spring.

Институт современной России и галерея Spring 287 представляют первую персональную нью-йоркскую выставку проекта Миши Фридмана «Фото 51: Коррупция – часть российской ДНК?». Выставка посвящена болезненным реалиям современной России, где коррупция, в различных ее проявлениях, проникла на все уровни жизни не только правящей элиты, но и обычных граждан.  Сегодня, когда политическое противостояние России и США вновь накаляется, фотоработы Миши Фридмана как никогда актуальны

Проект Миши Фридмана был осуществлен при поддержке Института современной России и его президента Павла Ходорковского. Все средства, полученные от проведения этой фотовыставки, пойдут на нужды Института и на его программы.  Институт современной России – некоммерческая организация, расположенная в США. Ее цель – поддерживать демократические ценности и институты в России через усиление политических свобод, развитие гражданского общества и укрепление верховенства закона.
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Вот, например, фотография озаглавленная “Молодой мужчина бьет женщину на улице Москвы. Полиция и прохожие смотрят на них, но не вмешиваются“:

http://dyingrussia.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/russiaviolence2.jpg

Под этой “работой” Миша написал:  “В 2012 году московский Центр по предотвращению насилия «Анна» сообщил, что треть российских женщин являются жертвами домашнего насилия, 14 тысяч из них ежегодно погибают. Это в четыре раза превышает аналогичный показатель в США

Заметьте, что фото сделано почти в упор: менее, чем 2 метра. То есть, Миша Фридман,  молодой здоровый сильный жлоб в поисках славы и денег, стоял в паре метров от избиения этой слабой девушки и с радостью фотографировал его, вместо того, чтобы вмешаться.

Абсурдность ситуации усугубляется Мишиным комментарием: “Молодой мужчина бьет женщину на улице Москвы. Полиция и прохожие смотрят на них, но не вмешиваются“. Действительно, на фотке можно увидеть вдалеке трех человек (один из них в милицейской форме), стоящих раз в 20-30 дальше от этого инцидента, чем Миша,  и с удивлением глядящих на мишины действия.

Дополнительные сведения о нашем “герое”:

http://www.lightstalkers.org/misha-friedman

I was born in Moldova, then part of the Soviet Union. Since 1991 I’ve been living in New York City and working in different countries around the world. I have documented a number of MSF/Doctors Without Borders projects, including a humanitarian crisis in Northern Uganda, urban violence in Nigeria, Kala-Azar in India, TB epidemic in North Caucuses and Central Asia, illegal migration in the EU, and civil war in Darfur. I have also photographed in Georgia, Chile and Mongolia.

Educational/Teaching:

1999 – 2000: MSc in Russia and Post-Soviet Studies – London School of Economics
1994 – 1997: BA in Economics – Binghamton University

Clients: Le Figaro, BBC, MSF/Doctors Without Borders, World Health Organization, Human Rights Watch, OSI.

PS. As far as the situation in the photo goes, the photographer sent me an email explaining what happened there. I hope I don’t betray the privacy here, but what we see in the photo is a little lover’s spat. It never got out of hand. The couple immediately made up and joined their friends that were waiting around the corner.

Thus, his caption “A young man beating a woman on a Moscow street, while the police and bystanders look on without intervening“ is an attempt to make this photo, very weak as art, look important.

You can see the same technique in all his photos at the exhibit:
http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/05/an-x-ray-of-russian-corruption/

Very boring, uneventful and artistically mediocre pictures, accompanied by unrelated comments, accusing Putin of inventing alcoholism, corruption, domestic violence, bad roads, etc.

However, it is very hard to make a living as an artist unless you have unusual talents or connections. Misha is a struggling beginner photographer. Without these political captions, he wouldn’t have had his SoHo exhibit and his chance to make it.

8 Comments

  1. BM
    Posted 7 February 2013 at 4:21 am | Permalink | Reply

    Yes – it’s me. A very nice website you have..I found the other one through this one, actually. The pictures are beautiful.

  2. Posted 9 February 2013 at 9:14 am | Permalink | Reply

    Kim wrote:

    > Unfortunately, Russia has no Oogway, no Shifu, and no Kung Fu Panda. It has only the likes of Navalny… Russia has only pretenders for leaders of the opposition, caricatures like Alexei Navalny.

    Kim also wrote earlier:

    Mr. Navalny is a man after our own heart, a true Russian patriot — indeed, a hero.

    Kim wrote to me:

    > You are an illiterate slob and your antics are just amusing. Russia has no heroes, it has only slack-jawed idiots like you playing with their own feces and watching the country slide once again in to ruin. It has no patriots, only the like likes of Putin. Understand now, cretin?

    “Split personality” redirects here
    From Wikipedia

    Multiple personality disorder is a mental disorder characterized by at least two distinct and relatively enduring identities or dissociated personality states that alternately control a person’s behavior, and is accompanied by memory impairment for important information. These symptoms are not accounted for by substance abuse, seizures, other medical conditions or imaginative play in children.[2] Malingering should be considered if there is possible financial or forensic gain

    Malingering
    From Wikipedia

    In medicine, malingering is fabricating or exaggerating the symptoms of mental or physical disorders for a variety of “secondary gain” motives, which may include financial compensation (often tied to fraud); or simply to attract attention or sympathy

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    Russia “falls apart”? Thanks to the population explosion and global industrialization, the global energy demand is going through the roof, and so are gas and oil prices. Compared to the West, Russia has never been as prosperous as now.

    > semi tropical land

    Average Low / High Temperatures in February

    Vancouver, Canada – 8°Celsius

    Sochi, Russia – 9.9° Celsius

  3. Posted 19 February 2013 at 12:38 am | Permalink | Reply

    Black Monk wrote:

    > “While the mistreatment of Soviet POWs by the Polish state was likely a prosecutable war crime – one of many committed by the Poles at that time (google the Lwow pogrom of 1918) – let’s not compare that atrocity to Katyn. The Soviets were, after all, invaders fighting for what at that time was the bloodiest regime in history. The Poles murdered in Katyn were the invaded, and mostly either captured resevists (i.e., patriotic intelligenstia) rather than professional soldiers, police, or non-military member of the intelligentsia.”

    That is not a fair assessment. Let us go chronologically.

    In 1919 the newly formed Polish state immediately decided that it was high time for it to restore its former colonialist glory when it for centuries brutally ruled over the colonized peoples of your Ukraine, Belarus and possibly Lithuania and parts of Czechia, and even tried time and time again to colonize Russia. So, Poland attacked Russia, using the convenience that Russians were in the middle of their brutal fratricidal Civil War. Thus, in 1919-20 Poland was the aggressor, and the Russian prisoners were victims of the Polish aggression.

    In 1939, Stain did to Poland exactly the same thing: using the convenience that Poland proper had been captured and occupied by the Germans, Stalin started an aggression.

    So far Poland and USSR are even, right? The only difference is that in 1920 Poland captured foreign to it land, while in 1939 Russia “liberated” (I put this word in quotation marks because being liberated by Stalin is hardly good fortune) the Belo-Russian and Ukrainian lands that rightfully belong to Rus and don’t belong to Poland (although West Ukraine deserves total independence from both and its own statehood).

    Thus, in 1939 Poland was less of a victim of Russian aggression than Russia was a victim of Polish aggression 20 years earlier.

    Second, AFAIK, the vast majority of the 22 000 victims of Soviet shootings in 1940 were Polish officers. In fact Wikipedia writes:

    “In all, the NKVD executed almost half the Polish officer corps.[23]”

    The same claim is repeated in almost all Polish and European documents on the subject of “Katyn”. Given that Poland had much more than 1 million soldiers fighting in WWII in 1939, surely there were at least 60 000 officers in the Polish army. Since the number of Polish victims of the 1940 NKVD shootings is known almost exactly – 21 700 to 22 000 – clearly, almost all shot were officers, not civilians.

    Instead, you know very well that it was your own Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists that specifically targeted Polish intelligentsia and professors from day one when they slaughtered Polish professors in Lviv in June 1941.

    And this raises the natural question:

    Why is the entire Western and russophobic world is being so hysterical about these 22 000 executed Polsih military men, when nobody gives a damn about 120 thousand innocent Polish and Jewish civilians who were slaughtered in cold blood at the hands of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and the West Ukrainian Army UPA, and a comparable number of innocent Ukrainian and Jewish civilians who were slaughtered in cold blood at the hands of Polish military men. Civilians!

    Look, Stalin committed incredible atrocities against people in his own country of USSR/Russian Empire, surpassed only by the atrocities committed by Hitler, Mao and Pol Pot . And Stalin treated some outside nations in Eastern Europe badly, although not nearly as badly as the peoples of Africa, Latin America and Asia were treated by the Western powers, such as UK, France, Belgium, Italy and USA, in the 20th century, and some are still horribly treated even as we speak! Worse than Poland was treated in 1945.

    Why is Russia being equated to Nazi Germany, while USA and UK are called “pillars of democracy” and their utter destruction of Panama, Yugoslavia, Iraq and other nations is considered as “a Crusade for freedom” and “spreading peace, democracy and human rights”? And as we speak, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and USA are doing everything in their power to facilitate the slaughter of millions of Eastern Christians and Shiites in Syria by Sunni Islamic extremists? Why does USA support these “freedom fighters” against Christians? Just to spite Russia and Iran, which, being Eastern Christian and Shiite respectively, have historically supported the Assad regimes.

    > Both stories address a ruling in April 2012 by the European Court for Human Rights…. First the Russian army arrived on the outskirts of Warsaw and watched while the Nazis liquidated the Warsaw Uprising, then they marched in and took the Nazis’ places as occupiers. Then they rounded up virtually the entire Polish officer corps, trucked them into the Katyn forest, shot them down in cold blood

    Really? Is that what the European Court for Human Rights hazs ruled? That first came the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, and after that came the 1940 Katyn massacre? No wonder intelligent people consider the European Court for Human Rights to be a collection of people devoid of any traces of human logic.

    Warsaw Uprising Date 1 August – 2 October 1944

    Katyn Forest massacre in April and May 1940.

  4. Posted 19 February 2013 at 12:46 am | Permalink | Reply

    Kim Zigfeld against Wikipedia

    Last night I posted a link to a legitimate longstanding Wikipedia article:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camps_for_Russian_prisoners_and_internees_in_Poland_(1919%E2%80%931924)

    Kim’s reaction? She deleted the link to Wikipedia and wrote instead:

    http://dyingrussia.wordpress.com/2013/02/13/closing-in-on-russia-in-the-courts/#comments

    “[Comment by blog owner due to grossly false and unfair claims that an inappropriate comment, as to which the commenter had never requested deletion by e-mailing the blog owner in requested fashion, had not been deleted. The comment has now been deleted. Commenter is warned that any additional such statements will result in lifetime ban from commenting on this blog.]”

    Due to Kim’s complicated relationship with her native language, it is hard to tell what exactly she is saying, but I think that, being a real fighter for the freedom of speech and information, she considers this Wikipedia article “grossly false and unfair” and plans to ban me for posting a link to it.

    And here is the reason why she went so ballistic at Wikipedia:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camps_for_Russian_prisoners_and_internees_in_Poland_(1919%E2%80%931924)

    Camps for Russian prisoners and internees in Poland (1919–1924)
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Due to epidemics raging at the time, made worse by the very bad sanitary conditions in which the prisoners were held, largely due to overcrowding, between 16,000 to 20,000 Soviet soldiers held in the Polish POW camps died, out of the total of 80,000 to 85,000 prisoners.[1]

    During the memorial ceremony for the victims of the Katyn massacre on April 7 2010, attended by the Russian and Polish Prime Ministers Vladimir Putin and Donald Tusk, Putin said that, in his private opinion, Stalin (whose refusal to obey orders from Kremlin resulted in the Russian defeat against Poland in 1920) felt personally responsible for this tragedy, and carried out the executions of Polish officers in Katyn in 1940 out of a sense of revenge” [2][3]

  5. Posted 19 February 2013 at 12:48 am | Permalink | Reply

    Black Monk wrote:

    > “While the mistreatment of Soviet POWs by the Polish state was likely a prosecutable war crime – one of many committed by the Poles at that time (google the Lwow pogrom of 1918) – let’s not compare that atrocity to Katyn. The Soviets were, after all, invaders fighting for what at that time was the bloodiest regime in history. The Poles murdered in Katyn were the invaded, and mostly either captured resevists (i.e., patriotic intelligenstia) rather than professional soldiers, police, or non-military member of the intelligentsia.”

    That is not a fair assessment. Let us go chronologically.

    In 1919 the newly formed Polish state immediately decided that it was high time for it to restore its former colonialist glory when it for centuries brutally ruled over the colonized peoples of your Ukraine, Belarus and possibly Lithuania and parts of Czechia, and even tried time and time again to colonize Russia. So, Poland attacked Russia, using the convenience that Russians were in the middle of their brutal fratricidal Civil War. Thus, in 1919-20 Poland was the aggressor, and the Russian prisoners were victims of the Polish aggression.

    In 1939, Stain did to Poland exactly the same thing: using the convenience that Poland proper had been captured and occupied by the Germans, Stalin started an aggression.

    So far Poland and USSR are even, right? The only difference is that in 1920 Poland captured foreign to it land, while in 1939 Russia “liberated” (I put this word in quotation marks because being liberated by Stalin is hardly good fortune) the Belo-Russian and Ukrainian lands that rightfully belong to Rus and don’t belong to Poland (although West Ukraine deserves total independence from both and its own statehood).

    Thus, in 1939 Poland was less of a victim of Russian aggression than Russia was a victim of Polish aggression 20 years earlier.

    Second, AFAIK, the vast majority of the 22 000 victims of Soviet shootings in 1940 were Polish officers. In fact Wikipedia writes:

    “In all, the NKVD executed almost half the Polish officer corps.[23]”

    The same claim is repeated in almost all Polish and European documents on the subject of “Katyn”. Given that Poland had much more than 1 million soldiers fighting in WWII in 1939, surely there were at least 60 000 officers in the Polish army. Since the number of Polish victims of the 1940 NKVD shootings is known almost exactly – 21 700 to 22 000 – clearly, almost all shot were officers, not civilians.

    Instead, you know very well that it was your own Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists that specifically targeted Polish intelligentsia and professors from day one when they slaughtered Polish professors in Lviv in June 1941.

    And this raises the natural question:

    Why is the entire Western and russophobic world is being so hysterical about these 22 000 executed Polsih military men, when nobody gives a damn about 120 thousand innocent Polish and Jewish civilians who were slaughtered in cold blood at the hands of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and the West Ukrainian Army UPA, and a comparable number of innocent Ukrainian and Jewish civilians who were slaughtered in cold blood at the hands of Polish military men. Civilians!

    Look, Stalin committed incredible atrocities against people in his own country of USSR/Russian Empire, surpassed only by the atrocities committed by Hitler, Mao and Pol Pot . And Stalin treated some outside nations in Eastern Europe badly, although not nearly as badly as the peoples of Africa, Latin America and Asia were treated by the Western powers, such as UK, France, Belgium, Italy and USA, in the 20th century, and some are still horribly treated even as we speak! Worse than Poland was treated in 1945.

    Why is Russia being equated to Nazi Germany, while USA and UK are called “pillars of democracy” and their utter destruction of Panama, Yugoslavia, Iraq and other nations is considered as “a Crusade for freedom” and “spreading peace, democracy and human rights”? And as we speak, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and USA are doing everything in their power to facilitate the slaughter of millions of Eastern Christians and Shiites in Syria by Sunni Islamic extremists? Why does USA support these “freedom fighters” against Christians? Just to spite Russia and Iran, which, being Eastern Christian and Shiite respectively, have historically supported the Assad regimes.

    > Both stories address a ruling in April 2012 by the European Court for Human Rights…. First the Russian army arrived on the outskirts of Warsaw and watched while the Nazis liquidated the Warsaw Uprising, then they marched in and took the Nazis’ places as occupiers. Then they rounded up virtually the entire Polish officer corps, trucked them into the Katyn forest, shot them down in cold blood

    Really? Is that what the European Court for Human Rights hazs ruled? That first came the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, and after that came the 1940 Katyn massacre? No wonder intelligent people consider the European Court for Human Rights to be a collection of people devoid of any traces of human logic.

    Warsaw Uprising Date 1 August – 2 October 1944

    Katyn Forest massacre in April and May 1940.

  6. Posted 19 February 2013 at 12:49 am | Permalink | Reply

    Black Monk wrote:

    > “While the mistreatment of Soviet POWs by the Polish state was likely a prosecutable war crime – one of many committed by the Poles at that time (google the Lwow pogrom of 1918) – let’s not compare that atrocity to Katyn. The Soviets were, after all, invaders fighting for what at that time was the bloodiest regime in history. The Poles murdered in Katyn were the invaded, and mostly either captured resevists (i.e., patriotic intelligenstia) rather than professional soldiers, police, or non-military member of the intelligentsia.”

    That is not a fair assessment. Let us go chronologically.

    In 1919 the newly formed Polish state immediately decided that it was high time for it to restore its former colonialist glory when it for centuries brutally ruled over the colonized peoples of your Ukraine, Belarus and possibly Lithuania and parts of Czechia, and even tried time and time again to colonize Russia. So, Poland attacked Russia, using the convenience that Russians were in the middle of their brutal fratricidal Civil War. Thus, in 1919-20 Poland was the aggressor, and the Russian prisoners were victims of the Polish aggression.

    In 1939, Stain did to Poland exactly the same thing: using the convenience that Poland proper had been captured and occupied by the Germans, Stalin started an aggression.

    So far Poland and USSR are even, right? The only difference is that in 1920 Poland captured foreign to it land, while in 1939 Russia “liberated” (I put this word in quotation marks because being liberated by Stalin is hardly good fortune) the Belo-Russian and Ukrainian lands that rightfully belong to Rus and don’t belong to Poland (although West Ukraine deserves total independence from both and its own statehood).

    Thus, in 1939 Poland was less of a victim of Russian aggression than Russia was a victim of Polish aggression 20 years earlier.

    Second, AFAIK, the vast majority of the 22 000 victims of Soviet shootings in 1940 were Polish officers. In fact Wikipedia writes:

    “In all, the NKVD executed almost half the Polish officer corps.[23]”

    The same claim is repeated in almost all Polish and European documents on the subject of “Katyn”. Given that Poland had much more than 1 million soldiers fighting in WWII in 1939, surely there were at least 60 000 officers in the Polish army. Since the number of Polish victims of the 1940 NKVD shootings is known almost exactly – 21 700 to 22 000 – clearly, almost all shot were officers, not civilians.

    Instead, you know very well that it was your own Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists that specifically targeted Polish intelligentsia and professors from day one when they slaughtered Polish professors in Lviv in June 1941.

    And this raises the natural question:

    Why is the entire Western and russophobic world is being so hysterical about these 22 000 executed Polsih military men, when nobody gives a damn about 120 thousand innocent Polish and Jewish civilians who were slaughtered in cold blood at the hands of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and the West Ukrainian Army UPA, and a comparable number of innocent Ukrainian and Jewish civilians who were slaughtered in cold blood at the hands of Polish military men. Civilians!

    Look, Stalin committed incredible atrocities against people in his own country of USSR/Russian Empire, surpassed only by the atrocities committed by Hitler, Mao and Pol Pot . And Stalin treated some outside nations in Eastern Europe badly, although not nearly as badly as the peoples of Africa, Latin America and Asia were treated by the Western powers, such as UK, France, Belgium, Italy and USA, in the 20th century, and some are still horribly treated even as we speak! Worse than Poland was treated in 1945.

    Why is Russia being equated to Nazi Germany, while USA and UK are called “pillars of democracy” and their utter destruction of Panama, Yugoslavia, Iraq and other nations is considered as “a Crusade for freedom” and “spreading peace, democracy and human rights”? And as we speak, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and USA are doing everything in their power to facilitate the slaughter of millions of Eastern Christians and Shiites in Syria by Sunni Islamic extremists? Why does USA support these “freedom fighters” against Christians? Just to spite Russia and Iran, which, being Eastern Christian and Shiite respectively, have historically supported the Assad regimes.

    > Both stories address a ruling in April 2012 by the European Court for Human Rights…. First the Russian army arrived on the outskirts of Warsaw and watched while the Nazis liquidated the Warsaw Uprising, then they marched in and took the Nazis’ places as occupiers. Then they rounded up virtually the entire Polish officer corps, trucked them into the Katyn forest, shot them down in cold blood

    Really? Is that what the European Court for Human Rights hazs ruled? That first came the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, and after that came the 1940 Katyn massacre? No wonder intelligent people consider the European Court for Human Rights to be a collection of people devoid of any traces of human logic.
    Warsaw Uprising Date 1 August – 2 October 1944

    Katyn Forest massacre in April and May 1940.

    end

  7. Posted 19 February 2013 at 12:50 am | Permalink | Reply

    Kim Zigfeld against Wikipedia

    Last night I posted a link to a legitimate longstanding Wikipedia article:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camps_for_Russian_prisoners_and_internees_in_Poland_(1919%E2%80%931924)

    Kim’s reaction? She deleted the link to Wikipedia and wrote instead:

    http://dyingrussia.wordpress.com/2013/02/13/closing-in-on-russia-in-the-courts/#comments

    “[Comment by blog owner due to grossly false and unfair claims that an inappropriate comment, as to which the commenter had never requested deletion by e-mailing the blog owner in requested fashion, had not been deleted. The comment has now been deleted. Commenter is warned that any additional such statements will result in lifetime ban from commenting on this blog.]”

    Due to Kim’s complicated relationship with her native language, it is hard to tell what exactly she is saying, but I think that, being a real fighter for the freedom of speech and information, she considers this Wikipedia article “grossly false and unfair” and plans to ban me for posting a link to it.

    And here is the reason why she went so ballistic at Wikipedia:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camps_for_Russian_prisoners_and_internees_in_Poland_(1919%E2%80%931924)

    Camps for Russian prisoners and internees in Poland (1919–1924)
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Due to epidemics raging at the time, made worse by the very bad sanitary conditions in which the prisoners were held, largely due to overcrowding, between 16,000 to 20,000 Soviet soldiers held in the Polish POW camps died, out of the total of 80,000 to 85,000 prisoners.[1]

    During the memorial ceremony for the victims of the Katyn massacre on April 7 2010, attended by the Russian and Polish Prime Ministers Vladimir Putin and Donald Tusk, Putin said that, in his private opinion, Stalin (whose refusal to obey orders from Kremlin resulted in the Russian defeat against Poland in 1920) felt personally responsible for this tragedy, and carried out the executions of Polish officers in Katyn in 1940 out of a sense of revenge” [2][3]

  8. Posted 19 February 2013 at 12:50 am | Permalink | Reply

    Kim wrote:

    [Comment deleted by blog owner due to profanity and advocacy of genocide against Poles. Commenter is warned that any additional such statements will result in lifetime ban from commenting on this blog.]

    I am always glad to see you, Kim, censor your opponents for profanity and advocacy of genocide against Poles. Too bad you find nothing wrong with non-stop profanity from your supporters and their advocacy of genocide against people of the Asian race. Here is one of the most recent ones:

    http://dyingrussia.wordpress.com/2013/02/06/just-say-nochi/

    mingthemerciless wrote:

    FEBRUARY 12, 2013

    Thinking of the VietNam war? Remember that when China invaded Vietnam, they had more killed in a week than the USA in thirty years…

    “Well, actually, I love it! Nothing like the smell of a roasted communist in the morning! (Chinks admitted losing 20,000 troops, Viet slopes bragged of burying a million chingchangchong cadavers!) Remember the boat people? All Chinks born in VietNam! Loverly!”

    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=slopes

    Slopesderogatory term used in reference towards people of Asian ethnicity.

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