Action "Military Review": Write a letter in Penenzhno

Whoever throws a stone into the past, the future will shoot from a cannon. And whether it was not mentioned at the Faculty of Administrative Law at the Olsztyn Institute of Hydraulic Engineering of the Gdansk University of Poland, whether student Kazimierz Keido at lectures on stories he was picking his nose and thinking that a raven was behind an institute window — in general, taking the post of burgomaster of the small town of Penenzhno, this man did something that no representative of the local authorities could afford to do before him.


56-year-old Keido sanctioned the dismantling of the monument to the Soviet general Ivan Chernyakhovsky - a man with the active participation of which Poland was liberated from the Nazi occupation, and later - after the death of the general - also grew into East Prussian territories.



A peculiar feature is that the very Penenzhno, in which Mr. Keido is burying, historically is not at all Penenzhno, but East Prussia Melzak, who became part of Poland after the defeat of Hitler Germany by the Red Army.

Ironically - if it were not for General Chernyakhovsky and not the fighters of the 3 of the Belorussian Front, then Mr. Keido would in principle have no place to “govern” - well, there wouldn’t be such a city as Penenzhno on the map of Poland ... Although there is a high probability and the fact that if it were not for Ivan Chernyakhovsky (in particular) and not the Red Army (as a whole), there would have been not only Penenzhno, but also Poland itself as an independent state in Eastern Europe (true, with real independence, Poland has today ). Yes, and on the first day of 1959, a Polish boy named Kazimierz, who decided to demolish a monument in honor of the famous Soviet military leader 56 years after his birth, would have been born ... is also a big question ...

Attention is drawn to the fact that even the city mayor’s office in Penenzhno is located on Generalskaya Street ...

In general, the fairly “grown up” Polish “little boy” decided that there should be no monuments “reminiscent of the Soviet occupation” in the territory entrusted to him, and therefore sanctioned the dismantling of the obelisk. The bronze slab from the stele in Penenzhno workers were knocked down with sledgehammers with some special lust. As a result, the relief image of the general Penenzha (what a word ...) the employees of the “Zhilkomkhoz” won, obviously inspired by the fact that the most democratic of the TV channels could show their “feat”. And they showed ... Polish democracy applauds ...



The burgomaster himself, clearly feeling himself a living legend of the city, donated to Poland by the Soviet Union and, as Keido himself claims, immediately "occupied USSR", said that the dismantling of the treasury of a settlement with a population of less than 3 thousand people cost ZNXX thousand zloty (approximately 70 million rubles). According to him, representatives of the Kursk region turned to the authorities of Penezhno with a proposal to take the bust of a Soviet general to Russia, however, when the “minimum” amount was voiced (excluding “other costs”), they stopped receiving the offers. And today, the bust of Twice Hero of the Soviet Union, General of the Army Ivan Chernyakhovsky, damaged by blows from a sledgehammer during dismantling, is gathering dust in one of the basements of Polish Penzhenzhno (East Prussian Melzak), which today is known only for the fact that the famous Soviet military leader died in these places.

Keido:
Russians from Kursk asked us to hand over a monument to them. But when we told how much it would cost, they began to doubt. The cost is about 70 thousand zł. This is 18 thousand euros. I think they are just not ready to pay so much.


Action "Military Review": Write a letter in Penenzhno


The indignation expressed by the Russian ambassador to Poland, Sergei Andreev (where, by the way, was the Russian ambassador, when in the camp of the authorities of Penenzhno there was talk of the imminent dismantling of the monument to Chernyakhovsky? ..), the Polish authorities said that all questions should be addressed to Kazimierz Kaydo and other representatives of local authorities. Like, it was their “democratic right”, and they fully implemented it. In the electronic edition of the town of Penenzhno appeared "Clarification":
The monument was dismantled on the day of the Soviet invasion of Poland on 17 September 1939.


Here, even if we ignore the statement about the “invasion of Poland” (given that Poland as a state has already ceased to exist on September 17), one may ask: what relation did Poland have to do with Mielzac (Penezhno) at that time ?. It seems that at the lessons of history not only Mr. Keido was engaged in deep picking his nose, but also the future Polish journalists. Or is it about the Soros textbooks of the 1939-80-x sample? ..

In general, a monument to a Soviet general in Poland "won" ...

The material could be completed on this, but ... The information background of this event is too rich to stop the article on this. Here, it is extremely important for you to understand that people like Keido are going to not only smear the story of the liberation of Poland (all of Eastern Europe) from the Nazi contagion with mud, but also earn money from it. After all, it’s perfectly noticeable that the burgomaster Penenzhno is engaged in explicit blackmail of Russia - they say, pay at least 70 thousand zlotys into our pocket, and take the bas-relief for yourself ... But don’t pay - the image of Chernyakhovsky will continue to gather dust in the basement or will completely melt ".

Of course, Russia is not as petty as this Keido beekeeper. Russia will definitely find (at the state or at the public level) this million and a few rubles and will transport the bust of General Chernyakhovsky (by the way, neighboring Ukraine could also find funds, because Yatsenyuk likes to announce that “Ukrainians” were freeing Europe, and Chernyakhovsky - A native of Kiev region). And we are not accustomed to measuring the feat of warriors in rubles, zloty, dollars or euros. We are not used to it, and we are not going to get used to it.

Therefore, I would like to encourage the indifferent compatriots to send Mr. Keido by a coin, and let these coins become his "earned" thirty pieces of silver ... The shipping address:

EU (EU), Poland (Polska), Warminsko-Masurian Voivodeship (Województwo warmińsko-mazurskie), Braniewski County (Powiat braniewski), Penenzhno (m. Pieniężno) (for trolling, you can also use Melsak (Mehlsack)), you can pay, and you can go to the municipality of Pieniężno) 8 (Generalska, 8), city hall (Urząd Miejski), to the burgomaster Kazimierz Kaydo (Burmistrz Pienięna Kazimierz Kiejdo).

Mr. Keido also “expects” our questions on the official portal of the province (commune) of Penenzhno. And this question to an enterprising burgomaster each of interested readers can ask here here.

Mr. Keido “waits” for our calls by calling + 48 55 237 46 00 (055 237 46 00) (from 7: 30 to 15: 30 local time) and messages to [email protected]

Obviously, “gratitude” and representatives of the public Penenzhno “expect” us, with the filing of which the dismantling of the monument took place. "Expect" on the official page Facebook.

“Military Review” decided not to stand aside and asked Mr. Kazimierz Keido (sending an official post to the mayor’s office) the question of how many “pieces of silver” he needed for Penenzhno to transfer General Ivan Chernyakhovsky’s bust to one of Russia's museums. In addition, a question was asked about how he (the burgomaster) would personally relate to if the authorities of the Smolensk region suddenly decide that the Katyn memorial is a historical misunderstanding, and therefore must be dismantled ...

On the responses of the municipality of Penenzhno "Military Review", if such answers are received, readers will be informed.
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  1. Riv
    Riv 24 September 2015 05: 40 New
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    Life must be lived so that after death, the enemies are afraid of the monuments erected to you.
    1. CALL. 24 September 2015 06: 00 New
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      Russians from Kursk asked us to hand over a monument to them. But when we told how much it would cost, they began to doubt. The cost is about 70 thousand zł. This is 18 thousand euros. I think they are just not ready to pay so much.

      For 18 thousand euros, workers came with sledgehammers and a crane, loaded and transported? However!!! Well, they have prices. I think this mayor with accomplices just sawed grandmother.
      1. Karasik 24 September 2015 06: 42 New
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        Quote: Z.O.V.
        For 18 thousand euros, came the workers with a sledgehammer and a crane, loaded and transported? But!!! Well, they have prices.

        They measure everything with money, nothing sacred. Give them not 18, but 180 thousand - and the monument will be restored, and the city will be renamed in honor of the general. The name is strange ... Penozhno !? Chernyakhovsk - would sound better!
        1. Rokossovsky 24 September 2015 13: 26 New
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          Chernyakhovsk - would sound better

          Chernyakhovsk is already in the Kaliningrad region. I propose to transfer there after they redeem hi
      2. Alexander Romanov 24 September 2015 06: 44 New
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        Mr. Keido “waits” for our calls by calling + 48 55 237 46 00 (055 237 46 00) (from 7: 30 to 15: 30 local time) and messages to [email protected]
        Volodin specify, does he understand the Russian mat?
        I won’t call (I’m sorry for the money), but I’ll write in the mail, all I think.

        Something is not sent to the mail, the system says the recipient address is not correct. Che for ****
        1. Volodin 24 September 2015 06: 59 New
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          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          sorry for the money


          No comment ...


          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Something is not sent to the mail

          All set off
          1. Alexander Romanov 24 September 2015 07: 05 New
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            Quote: Volodin
            All set off

            System displays red address
            1. Volodin 24 September 2015 07: 08 New
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              So you have them under personal sanctions :)
        2. inkass_98 24 September 2015 07: 05 New
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          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Something is not sent to the mail, the system says the recipient address is not correct

          I wrote to this address: [email protected]
          I took it from the official website of this collective farm, at the bottom in the "contacts" tab. And he put the award for his work:
          1. Alexander Romanov 24 September 2015 07: 11 New
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            Quote: inkass_98
            I wrote to this address

            Why can't I send a pancake ?????????????????? And sent fellow
            1. PSih2097 25 September 2015 21: 17 New
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              Quote: Alexander Romanov
              And sent fellow

              also sent ...
              text:
              Beste jüdische Deutsche ersten Viertel des 21. Jahrhundert von den Vorfahren des 3 Reich Auszeichnung ...

              for services to the Reich.
          2. kotvov 24 September 2015 12: 44 New
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            I wrote to this address: [email protected] ,,
            Yes, there you need to remove the last point. Also asked, how much is the demolition of the monuments?
          3. CTEPX 24 September 2015 16: 38 New
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            Quote: inkass_98
            And he put the award for his work:

            And the signature would add - "The Best Jewish German of the first quarter of the 21st century")).
          4. Comrade1945 24 September 2015 20: 14 New
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            I hope you do not mind
            http://vk.com/smokingbarrels?w=wall-68643459_3520
      3. Enot-poloskun 24 September 2015 08: 24 New
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        Yes! The difference between US (Russia) and THEI (West) is that we do not measure History in zloty, euros, dollars or rubles! History for us is not money, but MEMORY! The memory of deeds and accomplishments, the memory of people!
        1. SRC P-15 24 September 2015 08: 46 New
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          56-year-old Keido authorized the dismantling of the monument to Soviet General Ivan Chernyakhovsky

          There is nothing to be surprised at. The West has embarked on the path of a slow but sure elimination of the memory of the victory of the Soviet people in the Second World War. They are trying to rewrite history in a new way, to belittle the role of our country in this victory. But how can you belittle it if our monuments say something completely different? So they destroy these monuments so that the future generation does not even ask questions on this topic. And the dismantling of the monument to Chernyakhovsky, one of the "bricks" to remove the memory of that war and write their distorted understanding of that segment of history.
          1. CTEPX 24 September 2015 16: 40 New
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            Quote: SRC P-15
            So they destroy these monuments to

            Europe = ISIS
          2. mirag2 24 September 2015 17: 32 New
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            Yes, there should not be letters to write, but a bomb to put a goat in an urn near the door!
          3. 78bor1973 24 September 2015 18: 30 New
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            It’s time for us to embark on the path to eliminating the memory of Poland. I live on Kosciuszko Street, too, can be renamed, like Warsaw!
            1. jktu66 24 September 2015 23: 18 New
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              It’s time for us to embark on the path to eliminating the memory of Poland. I live on Kosciuszko Street, too, can be renamed, like Warsaw!
              Not far from my house, near Olsztynska street smile, there is SQUARE OF SOVIET-POLISH FRIENDSHIP laughing
        2. the polar 24 September 2015 10: 50 New
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          A good initiative, of course, patriotic, but the Questions should be asked not to some scumbag from Penenzno, but to Putin and Medvedev, who fled to Poland and wriggling from the excess of democracy in their vertebrae, repented, "Forgive us Poles for Katyn!" And in Russia today there is exactly the same frenzied company of de-Sovietization and de-communization as in Poland, the same renaming of squares and streets, demolition of monuments to heroes and erection of monuments to enemies of the people and collaborators, round-the-clock pouring shit of the USSR and Kholuy worship in the West, "building Russia into the European system, "which is translated into Russian, means" joviality of the money stolen from the people in European back streets ".. As the Russian proverb says," there is nothing to blame on the mirror if the face is crooked "
          1. Sling cutter 24 September 2015 10: 58 New
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            Polar, I express full solidarity with you! good drinks +100500
      4. jovanni 24 September 2015 18: 30 New
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        They are bad, Poles. Vile, immoral, ungrateful people ...
        1. magosvel 25 September 2015 01: 31 New
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          Apple from the apple tree ... All peoples descended from the "great ukrov.")))
    2. Finches 24 September 2015 06: 06 New
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      Comrades, tell me please, how will it be in Polish - a moral ur..d and a political prostitute?
      1. Cat man null 24 September 2015 06: 29 New
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        Like that :

        Quote: Finches
        moral ur..d

        potwór moralny

        Quote: Finches
        political prostitute

        prostytutka polityczna
        1. Sling cutter 24 September 2015 10: 56 New
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          Quote: Finches
          Comrades, tell me please, how will it be in Polish - a moral ur..d and a political prostitute?

          KURVA, theirs is the same for them
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      2. aszzz888 24 September 2015 06: 34 New
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        Comrades, tell me please, how will it be in Polish - a moral ur..d and a political prostitute?


        -Polyako faced immorality.
        But a political prostitute is also a political prostitute in Africa.

        But seriously, we all know what this Pole is called. In any language of the world.
      3. inkass_98 24 September 2015 06: 53 New
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        write "dog krev", "cholera" and "kurva", they will understand.
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    3. Vend 24 September 2015 09: 37 New
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      Quote: Riv
      Life must be lived so that after death, the enemies are afraid of the monuments erected to you.

      This is a very wise phrase. I think it will still be quoted.
    4. asar 24 September 2015 11: 10 New
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      Riv Today, 05:40 ↓ New

      Life must be lived so that after death, the enemies are afraid of the monuments erected to you.

      Gold words! Thanks you!

      And the Psheks - Crap! As was rubbish, so it remained! History gov.nyukov does not teach anything! Oh well! We then remember about Gleivice, but the Psheks, apparently, have forgotten ...!
  2. Andrey Yuryevich 24 September 2015 05: 44 New
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    I will not write, do not send .. rather I can send far away on an erotic journey ... but we are educated people. and I’m not going to throw beads in front of pigs ...
    1. CALL. 24 September 2015 06: 04 New
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      The monument was dismantled on the day of the Soviet invasion of Poland on 17 September 1939.

      On September 17, 1939, a state like Poland ceased to exist. Because it was on September 17 that the entire Polish government fled to Romania, leaving its people without leadership.
  3. Denis DV 24 September 2015 05: 53 New
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    Today, a monument was taken hostage from Melsak for the purpose of sale. And tomorrow, people will be trafficked, as they have in Europe since time immemorial.
    1. Igor39 24 September 2015 07: 03 New
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      Cheto does not send a letter to this address [email protected] give accurate
      1. Walking 24 September 2015 10: 08 New
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        Sent, at the same time asked to give this city back to the Germans, not the Poles freed him. Once they give up their liberators, then let them give up what they got as a result.
      2. Svetoch 24 September 2015 11: 30 New
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        Remove the point after pl hi
  4. olf
    olf 24 September 2015 06: 01 New
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    It is a pity that for these t-va-rei, such people gave their lives.
    1. steampunk3d 24 September 2015 06: 03 New
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      and I'm sorry .. what bastards .. let's know .. this is for next time ..
  5. Klibanophoros 24 September 2015 06: 01 New
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    Honestly, I have fewer complaints against the Poles than against the Russians, who themselves, with their historical memory, do things that make this whole war of monuments a little babble.
    What about the Poles? What are the poles? They are restoring their Commonwealth Reich, not particularly hiding their plans. Russian pilotschikov as there were enemies, and remained.
    Pskov Stalag No. 372. Russian officials.


    Moreover, the discussion of the issue of the remains has been going on for almost 10 years.
    http://pln-pskov.ru/society/161505.html
    1. Babr 24 September 2015 08: 20 New
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      All this is sad. You can understand the Poles. There is a confrontation. Who is fatter. They are not shy about the means. But when does this happen on your land? It’s worth considering. Are we rowing there?
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      2. Aleksander 24 September 2015 09: 13 New
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        Quote: Babr
        All this is sad. You can understand the Poles. There is a confrontation. Who is fatter. They are not shy about the means. But when does this happen on your land? It’s worth considering. Are we rowing there?


        We must also listen to the other side, for Schlosberg is the famous liberog.nida.
        1. Klibanophoros 24 September 2015 10: 04 New
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          Once again for the dull: here is an alternative point of view


          Here is a link to the site of the average * Turchak: http://turchak.ru/voprosu/1587,
          where is this opinion stated.
          And the fact that Schlossberg is a liberal does not mean that he lies a priori.
          1. Babr 24 September 2015 10: 41 New
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            I watched the video, and not wondered who Schlossberg was. I’ve heard about him for the first time.
            It’s possible that this is someone’s order. It may well be why for some reason this question has just arisen.
            This is not the case.
            1. Klibanophoros 24 September 2015 10: 55 New
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              Heh, 2011 video. It's just that I have not forgotten this. And I sent a comment to an inattentive lover to listen to the other side.
          2. udincev 25 September 2015 20: 31 New
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            Quote: Klibanophoros
            And the fact that Schlossberg is a liberal does not mean that he lies a priori.

            I agree with you. However, a priori, that liberals play on everything, on the fact that a priori does not play.
      3. Turkir 24 September 2015 15: 58 New
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        All this is sad. You can understand the Poles.

        From what point of view can the Poles be understood?
        Justify your point of view, it is not very clear to me.
        1. Babr 25 September 2015 08: 28 New
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          Quote: Turkir
          All this is sad. You can understand the Poles.

          From what point of view can the Poles be understood?
          Justify your point of view, it is not very clear to me.

          Yes, this is the enemy. For him we are the enemy. For him, the destruction of history is good.

          But when this is what happens on their land ......... This does not fit into any framework.
    2. kot28.ru 26 September 2015 13: 31 New
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      Citizen Schlosberg, it is not surprising that it fit here, the apple tree or near them, also yelled about the Pskov Airborne Division torn to pieces on the territory of the ruins! to be ashamed to be Russian? WHO SHAME SHAME FOR THE CORDON, only the West needs you while you shit on Russia, and there you will die in obscurity, and therefore sit here, Judas!
  6. Vityok 24 September 2015 06: 01 New
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    It seems that at the lessons of history, not only Mr. Keido, but also future Polish journalists were engaged in deep picking of the nose. Or is it the case in the Soros history textbooks of the sample of the 80-90s? ..
    That’s for sure, history doesn’t teach anything to psheks, “what’s written with a pen, you won’t cut it with an ax”
  7. Same lech 24 September 2015 06: 03 New
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    This person must be on our sanction list ...
    life is such a thing as it comes around and responds.
    1. PValery53 24 September 2015 06: 25 New
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      Sanctions against entry into the chest should be against this pshek.
  8. Reserve buildbat 24 September 2015 06: 08 New
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    I hope this Mr. Nuke Keido also catches his sledgehammer in the head.
  9. Siberian 24 September 2015 06: 16 New
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    It would be necessary to return the town to its rightful owner, especially now when the Germans are so in need of space for migrants, runners from Africa from Asia, and even Latinos. Germany comes in handy. and the Poles will get rid of the shameful memory of the city in which there was a monument to the Soviet general. It is necessary to cultivate the action - to create an account, to throw money on it so that the Poles wash, carefully pack and transfer. To whom to deliver, I think, there will be without them.
    I began to copy the address - a dissonance in the Polish resonance - and how is Generalskaya still like the street?
  10. Dimy4 24 September 2015 06: 21 New
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    It’s easy to fight a monument; it cannot answer you anything with a sledgehammer.
  11. free 24 September 2015 06: 24 New
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    I hope to catch the moment when this stuffed animal will scream under the tracks of the tanks.
    1. Dimy4 24 September 2015 06: 47 New
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      I hope to catch the moment when this stuffed animal will scream under the tracks of the tanks.

      Yes, under the tracks of enemy tanks, and yell again - "Oh, Russian brothers help me again, save the head who is not good"
  12. parusnik 24 September 2015 06: 29 New
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    I have written more than once .. that the so-called "Slav brothers" are more attractive than German occupation and German Nazism .. than liberation from it .. And most importantly .. it’s not even that, the townspeople reacted calmly to this action. .and their conscience does not bother .. fear indifferent ..
  13. astronom1973n 24 September 2015 06: 30 New
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    Demolish all the monuments to the Poles on the territory of the Russian Federation and coincide with their demolition at the time of the attack of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth! In fact, this is the very thing that they have done now and are jumping for joy from impunity! Blood for blood!
    1. Lena Alena 24 September 2015 17: 07 New
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      Why, then, do we Russians become like degenerates and barbarians?
      1. kot28.ru 26 September 2015 15: 33 New
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        Yes, and they have already become alike! International law has a higher force, that is, our laws are lower than European ones (ironically, Westerners have the world of geyropa and the states), which is recorded in our Constitution, adopted under the wino! hi
    2. a housewife 24 September 2015 18: 43 New
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      And what monuments to the Poles are installed in Russia? I mean - to the great Poles who did something for Russia? Such a monument would have to be protected and revered, but I can’t imagine such. About the Poles, only muck is recalled. And here is one line from my husband’s grandfather’s front-line letter: “they entered Poland. It’s hard - the Poles shoot in the back.” He was wounded there, in the Rivne, now Volyn region, he went missing when he was driving to the rear for treatment. Apparently, Bandera tried.
      1. Siberian 25 September 2015 18: 23 New
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        Frederic Chopin. Surely we have more than one monument to him, and the children in the music books of his work in the first year of school play.
        1. a housewife 25 September 2015 18: 46 New
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          About Chopin - I agree. Art must be out of politics. Where are the heroes?
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    4. kot28.ru 26 September 2015 15: 26 New
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      We liberals from the government will not givethough eye for eye hi ! But after all, they, the liberals, have a sweet Western opinion! fool
  14. Glot 24 September 2015 06: 42 New
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    In general, they, the Poles, are no different from those who blew up Palmyra, or demolished everything in Bamiyan. The same .
    Another question is that it is closer to us, they destroy our memory, the memory of our heroes and victories.
    And so, all these are links of one chain, and they all go along the same road. The road of unconsciousness and moral ugliness.
    Once all of them will have a big buzz.
    Although in our history there were periods of demolition of monuments. And more than once ... unfortunately.
  15. ARES623 24 September 2015 07: 11 New
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    The memorial complex in Katyn should be brought into line with the results of the investigation into the case of the execution of Poles. And in them, by the way, there is no unequivocal evidence of guilt of the NKVD. The recognition of Gorbachev is a political step that has no relation to the truth. Stop sprinkling ash on your head. All statements and decisions of Gorbachev, Chernomyrdin, Yeltsin on this occasion disavow.
    1. Babr 24 September 2015 07: 26 New
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      Quote: ARES623
      All statements and decisions of Gorbachev, Chernomyrdin, Yeltsin on this occasion disavow.

      And return the USSR. fellow
  16. Nagaibak 24 September 2015 07: 23 New
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    I don’t think it’s worth writing and calling this mayor. I believe that to call and write to these goats is to humiliate themselves first of all. They can only spoil us - breaking our monuments, this only speaks of how weak they are themselves. That Bandera, that the Poles.))) The Poles now have such a state policy, they have such great successes in the economy.))) That it remains only to break Soviet monuments.)))
    When the Poles remove our last memorial in Poland (which is unlikely to happen, because they are afraid) it will be necessary to demolish their memorial in Katyn. And to write to them, to threaten is only to show weakness. They already know about our indignation. The more we write indignant letters to them, the more they will enjoy the fact that their trolling was a success and the goal is achieved.
    In general, the Poles have recently annealed completely in foreign policy. How they threw the Visegrad group))) into beauties.)))) Now half of eastern Europe does not trust their state.)))
    1. Kazakh 24 September 2015 17: 37 New
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      And I will send them a letter as soon as I enter the mail with the same content
  17. Landwarrior 24 September 2015 07: 33 New
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    We must invite him to Smolensk lol However, right now I won’t write anything, I’m a little drunk, I can wrap it around my mother sad
  18. horoh 24 September 2015 07: 34 New
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    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Why can't I send a pancake ?????????????????? And sent fellow

    Damn, I can’t manage how to send sad
    1. Svetoch 24 September 2015 11: 35 New
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      Remove the dot after pl in the address.
  19. Karabas 24 September 2015 07: 35 New
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    I have an idea! There are smart people among us, and I think they will help. The task of the psheks is to remove the monuments and erase the memory. We need to do the opposite. It is necessary to open a charity account, raise funds, buy a bas-relief, build a minimum of 30m stela on the border with Poland. Equip this stele with high-quality illumination, so that day and night the Poles remember what kind of person they owe their well-fed European living. I myself am ready to allocate funds for a good cause from my meager pension.
    1. TanakaKenshin 25 September 2015 00: 26 New
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      Still good around the growth figures of fighters who died during battles in Poland, at least Heroes. With weapons to make ... From steel ... And do not light them, to enhance the effect.
      But I'm afraid it will be a little more difficult to raise money for this ...
  20. core 24 September 2015 07: 36 New
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    In my opinion, the monument should be bought from the Polish side and installed in Moscow opposite the Polish embassy, ​​so that every day he reminds the Poles of their baseness.
    you can raise money for the buyback and restoration, and not wait for the state. I unfortunately do not know these technologies, but I think that among readers of VO there are egg-headed computer specialists who can organize this collection.
    1. a housewife 24 September 2015 18: 37 New
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      No need to restore, it is necessary to install as is, with traces of the barbaric dismantling, so that neither we nor they forget!
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    3. magosvel 25 September 2015 01: 52 New
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      And rename the street on which the Polish embassy is in honor of Chernyakhovsky.
  21. Volzhanin 24 September 2015 07: 43 New
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    It is just that everyone needs to forget that there is such a territory as Pshekia.
    Talking with pshekami is worse than being gay.
    And to maintain any economic or other relations with them means to recognize oneself as a person morally omitted.
    Buy Polish goods - recognize yourself as a bastard and under .onkom.
    Something like that.
    1. Das Boot 24 September 2015 08: 01 New
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      It is just that everyone needs to forget that there is such a territory as Pshekia.
      Talking with pshekami is worse than being gay.
      And to maintain any economic or other relations with them means to recognize oneself as a person morally omitted.
      Buy Polish goods - recognize yourself as a bastard and under .onkom.
      Something like that.

      not too much?
      1. Volzhanin 24 September 2015 08: 04 New
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        Normally.
        We will definitely not be worse from this situation.

        And they can write in Russian. Strange as it may seem, these descendants normally understand the Russian language. wink
      2. YLTHEN 24 September 2015 13: 13 New
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        No normal.
  22. NKVD 24 September 2015 07: 52 New
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    I wrote to him from the bottom of my heart. The translator https://translate.google.ru quite acceptable translates from Russian into Polish, not good words
  23. Arjuna 24 September 2015 07: 52 New
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    No guys, I’m not a dog to bark at every fool. I will punish my son, and I will survive, then grandchildren, so that they no longer release Poles, Bulgarians, or Czechs with Slovaks ... Before desertion ... They got to the border! Let them rot away, shit should not be touched ...
    1. I am 24 September 2015 09: 00 New
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      Nearly. I think we need a little different. If anyone gets on us from them, just figure out how with cockroaches. They were and stopped. And then, let them rot.
    2. maxxdesign 24 September 2015 09: 05 New
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      if our grandfathers knew what Poland would say about their liberation by the Soviet army, they would still be freed, because they cleaned the well-fed Europe from Nazi nits! and in Poland, by the way, no one stopped, they drove fascism to Berlin
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      You read my thoughts, I also educate my children so that you do not dare to protect these nits if something happens.
  24. 31rus 24 September 2015 08: 12 New
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    Indeed, men have enough to indulge, open an account and redeem, this is necessary, you can’t leave a bas-relief to enemies
    1. Glot 24 September 2015 11: 05 New
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      Indeed, men have enough to indulge, open an account and redeem, this is necessary, you can’t leave a bas-relief to enemies


      Money can be collected.
      It's not a problem.
      The problem will begin later.
      - What will be the buyback price? Will they even sell it? Surely they will spoil ...
      - You bought. What's next ? No, well, it’s clear that transportation to some point in the Russian Federation would not be a matter of organizing money. Forwarded and, what next? That is the question ...
      Put somewhere a stella and a bas-relief on it?
      This is money again. This is to find (choose a place) and start butting with two local bureaucrats. All this is very, very difficult.
      To collect money in this case is the simplest. But then the real gimor will begin.
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  25. Yun Klob 24 September 2015 08: 16 New
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    It's time to add maps to the names of Polish cities as old German ones and sign “disputed” on the maps.
  26. Raskolnik 24 September 2015 08: 25 New
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    I sent it to this Fuhrer. So that he hiccups for life. The main thing to send through anonymizer or Tor. And then Russian IPs can simply ban and this frame does not recognize anything interesting to itself
    1. Good me 24 September 2015 09: 31 New
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      Quote: Raskolnik
      I sent it to this Fuhrer. So that he hiccups for life. The main thing to send through anonymizer or Tor. And then Russian IPs can simply ban and this frame does not recognize anything interesting to itself

      I want to join the action. "Caress" this dog's son ...

      Do not tell me, anonymizer, such that "UH" ...

      Not only Poles, so that they wouldn’t get through who and where, but so that the Pentagon would tremble ...

      If possible, a link to a good, high-quality anonymizer, and of course, FREE wink lol .
  27. Dr. Barmaley 24 September 2015 08: 56 New
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    Keido authorized the dismantling of the monument to Soviet General Ivan Chernyakhovsky


    When the "new Europeans" demolish ALL Soviet monuments - how then will they demonstrate their stupidity?
  28. maxxdesign 24 September 2015 09: 01 New
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    so what to take from the hats? like dill can only fight with the monument, children and the elderly!
  29. anip 24 September 2015 09: 10 New
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    Russia would also have to “show democracy” and demolish the hypocritical monument to the victims of supposedly Stalin in Katyn.
    In the meantime, Russia will not “show democracy” in a mirror, or even in advance, then everyone will spit in the direction of Russia and Russia.
  30. Belgorod 24 September 2015 09: 13 New
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    the memorial in Katyn is a historical misunderstanding, and therefore must be dismantled

    Two hands
  31. Corsair0304 24 September 2015 09: 22 New
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    It’s disgusting of course from what this gray gelding has done. Vile. The first impulse was to write something angry and insulting, and then ... why throw beads before the pig?
    It’s better to determine an account where you can transfer money to buy a bas-relief (Russian account, otherwise I don’t trust this Polish nerd, steal and say that nothing has been received), at the same time:
    1. A request for documents from where such an amount was born
    2. Audit of documents (it cannot be such a round sum of 70.000 zlotys for dismantling and transportation)
    3. If there is a desire and time - the transfer of audit results to the competent authorities, let them continue to squeeze this ugly louse to the nail.

    PS in the photo of this gray gelding in a cup of coffee (or whatever it is poured) a spoon sticks out. Even here in Russia we know that a spoon in a cup is a bad manners bordering on lack of culture, because it is placed on a saucer ...
    PSS Still, perhaps I will write to him about the need to wash the cup at least sometimes.
  32. aurano 24 September 2015 09: 29 New
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    Quote: Das Boot
    Quote: Volzhanin
    It is just that everyone needs to forget that there is such a territory as Pshekia.
    Talking with pshekami is worse than being gay.
    And to maintain any economic or other relations with them means to recognize oneself as a person morally omitted.
    Buy Polish goods - recognize yourself as a bastard and under .onkom.
    Something like that.

    not too much?

    Just right! Give the boycott to the Poles!
    1. Das Boot 24 September 2015 10: 14 New
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      Just right! Give the boycott to the Poles!

      ... and a remake of "Four Tankers ..."! Bezrukov as Yanek, Kutsenko as Guslik, Armata as Ore. Georgian mechvod? .. Well, some Georgian will come out of a gum club.
      1. Landwarrior 24 September 2015 10: 21 New
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        Quote: Das Boot
        ... and a remake of "Four Tankers ..."! Bezrukov as Yanek, Kutsenko as Guslik, Armata as Ore. Georgian mechvod? .. Well, some Georgian will come out of a gum club.

        And the doggie from "The Return of Mukhtar" for the role of the Ball lol
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          And the doggie from "The Return of Mukhtar" for the role of the Ball

          there is another candidate ..
          1. Landwarrior 24 September 2015 21: 04 New
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            Is it Koni? If yes, then yes, 100% soldier
            Although not a canonical shepherd, it’s a sin not to respect such a dog smile
  33. Das Boot 24 September 2015 09: 33 New
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    Actually, purely technically - this is a stella with a bas-relief, and not a monument. It is interesting to watch the enthusiasm of network activists. Well, they put a pschek in the mailbox, they took the soul. And what is the output? Pshenka from socialist will continue to get rid of whether we want it or not.
  34. atos_kin 24 September 2015 10: 37 New
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    Something "hard to hear" the reaction of official sovereign husbands to this disgusting. For a couple of months I would appoint V.A.Zhirinovsky as ambassador to Poland for the noise effect and with real, so far economic, sanctions from grateful Russia.
  35. avia12005 24 September 2015 10: 54 New
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    History tends to repeat. When ISIS starts cutting the Poles, let them either fight with them or call the Anglo-Saxons. To yourself not to let. More Poles do not save. Point.
  36. Papin 24 September 2015 11: 22 New
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    Everything went to the mail!
    The text is as follows:
    "Adolf is proud of you, son!" in Polish, English and Russian
    + German cross by inkass_98 good
  37. 1536 24 September 2015 11: 48 New
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    I propose to expand the article of the explanatory dictionary of the Russian language "dishonorable":
    "Dishonorable - not quite honest, capable of low deeds," the word "Pole." Those. edition is this:
    "Dishonorable - not quite honest, capable of low deeds, Pole".
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    Quote: 1536
    I propose to expand the article of the explanatory dictionary of the Russian language "dishonorable":
    "Dishonorable - not quite honest, capable of low deeds," the word "Pole." Those. edition is this:
    "Dishonorable - not quite honest, capable of low deeds, Pole".


    as well as the Baltic states, Georgians, Bulgarian, crest, as well as the Turks ...

    however, the latter is in question ...
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      as well as the Turks ...

      however, the latter is in question ...

      Why did the Turks also dismantle something?
  39. Reptiloid 24 September 2015 12: 18 New
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    In St. Petersburg there is a street in honor of General Chernyakhovsky.
    There is Gdansk street. I am very worried about the history of our country, where it is connected with the Poles. I have long been dreaming of the large-scale film "Miracle Aircraft", the Lord punished them for meanness. And another 5 (10) years did not pay for the rent of his vile consulate.
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      I have long dreamed of a large-scale film "Miracle Aircraft"

      what is it about?
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    This must be declared a fascist accomplice, and in absentia under trial.
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      and in absentia under trial.

      and under what article? Selling non-ferrous metal?
  41. Eastern wind 24 September 2015 12: 59 New
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    As for Katyn, I propose not to demolish the monument, but simply to sign it correctly: "They were shot by the Nazis, betrayed by Poland, buried in Russia ..."
  42. Reptiloid 24 September 2015 13: 08 New
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    Quote: East Wind
    As for Katyn, I propose not to demolish the monument, but simply to sign it correctly: "They were shot by the Nazis, betrayed by Poland, buried in Russia ..."

    Add - death guide through the fault of the Polish pilot. The Lord ruled. And a quote from the Bible. (I'm afraid to make a mistake, I'm not at home right now).
  43. xoma58 24 September 2015 15: 36 New
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    I believe that "the memorial in Katyn is a historical misunderstanding, and therefore should be dismantled ...". Who agrees?
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      Quote: xoma58
      "the memorial in Katyn is a historical misunderstanding, and therefore must be dismantled ..." Who agrees?
  44. iouris 24 September 2015 16: 14 New
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    I am opposed to making contact, and even more so asking for political scumbags about anything. It should be limited to affixing indelible political stigma. And on my part, I consider the calls for a "war of monuments" stupid and unworthy. When Russia becomes in every sense a great power, then we will return to the restoration of its monuments. We must hurry with the return from political nonexistence.
  45. Yurich 24 September 2015 16: 55 New
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    Everything goes well. I propose to think about Katyn.
  46. Volga Cossack 24 September 2015 17: 20 New
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    fight with monuments - no courage needed. Polish prostitute from politics!
  47. yak_198 24 September 2015 17: 54 New
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    Here is the best book to draw inspiration for writing to this Jude- Swearing in 15 languages. Pocket phrasebook. Turin A.A. http://rghost.ru/777962. I would also like to receive an answer from the Russian Embassy in Poland if they knew about the impending action of vandalism, and what they have to do with it. Although, knowing that some of the embassy workers are Russophobes, Putin haters and fans of geyrops (I know personally, I have often had to explain who they are, who they are behind and what substance in their heads), I won’t be surprised if I find out that they took selfies at the time of the demolition.
  48. ALEA IACTA EST 24 September 2015 18: 37 New
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    The Poles missed the Governor General ... fool
  49. Cresta999 25 September 2015 11: 22 New
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    He threw a cry in the regional branch of the Great Fatherland Party in the Vologda Oblast. Colleagues decided to participate. So hold on to Pan Keido! :)
  50. Old warrior 25 September 2015 11: 48 New
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    Europe is the country of the island!