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  1. Russian Truth

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    If you love Del Shannon I suggest you contact her. Your Western charm might be just what she is looking for. She has 10 Del Shannon songs on her Vk playing list. Btw, get Vk even if simply to have access to its amazing library of music.

    P.S. I like her better with pink hair :) She says she has lived in Japan since April. Last Bell is always later than April.

    http://instagram.com/p/P4-SJzq4Y8/# - Last September. She needs help. That isn't right. I am serious about that.

    http://instagram.com/p/RUbddzK4UN/#
    http://instagram.com/p/Rax7QFq4RZ/# - Wow! She hasn't changed. She was as sad and pathetic looking her first year of school as she is now at 18! In America parents usually get little kids like that help. Look at the cute little girl behind her that is all smiles. Night and day. Even the one comment says that "nothing has changed".

    http://instagram.com/p/QDFPl1K4XJ/# - She was "legal", but it still looks odd. Hey, most girls in Russia/Ukraine that age try to look as old as possible. She does the opposite. Perfect for American destabilization efforts. ​



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    "Hey, most girls in Russia/Ukraine that age try to look as old as possible. She does the opposite. Perfect for American destabilization efforts."

    It also has the effect of making her boyfriend look like a stone pedophile; I wonder if either of them realize that. Probably. She seems to be consumed by Pussy Riot envy, and to crave opportunities to shock and revolt. She will probably burn out before she has a chance to have any kind of effect on politics. Poor sad little girl. Obsession is almost never pretty, you ever notice that?​


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    She is big into the whole pedophile thing. Lots of mention of it. Plus, she was so proud that she found shorts for a 9 year old girl that fit her. How many teenage girls are proud of having the body of a 9 year old child?! She is definitely a keeper for this group.
    http://wet-panties.tumblr.com/ - Mentioned here among many other places in her writings.

    Too bad I am not in Moscow now. Word is that the entire gang was going to meet here... http://www.afisha.ru/msk/restaurant/34637/ Not exactly the type of place I imagined them meeting.

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    Definitely in need of treatment.
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    kichanova and Zenon Evans.jpg
    That is Zenon Evans with his crush. Now he is jumping on the Navalny bandwagon. The link below famously compares Navalny to Ron Paul! Ron Paul is 100% against such NED puppets. I have even been contacted by people from Ron Paul's institute about what is going on with the NED and Russia. Again, I link this all to Tom Palmer. Wherever there is a young male associated with Kichanova you seem to find Tom Palmer's name - http://reason.com/contributors

    http://reason.com/archives/2013/09/05/is-alexei-navalny-russias-ron-paul - To even compare Ron Paul with Navalny is insane. Ron Paul, like him or not, is one of the few U.S. politicians who has constantly attacked the NED, Freedom House, and USAID as nothing more than CIA cutouts.

    http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archive...g-shows-western-media-clueless-on-russia.aspx - Here, a Ron Paul Institute Academic Board Member bravely takes on Western stooges.

    http://www.lewrockwell.com/lrc-blog...aul-sticking-his-nose-into-the-navalny-trial/ - Again, a Ron Paul Institute member questions Navalny.

    http://www.lewrockwell.com/2004/12/ron-paul/what-has-ned-done-in-ukraine/ - Here Ron Paul tackles Ukraine. This was in 2004!
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    Mr. Kichanova. "In my natural habitat." My translation might be a bit off, but it is close. Learning new things about them. Might be another trip planned in the near future.


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    I should imagine it highly unlikely that 22-year old Vera has written that column in English all by herself.

    The linked above "Kichanova" column has more than likely either been written or proof-read and corrected by a native speaker of English: apart from an occasional punctuation error, it is written in almost faultless English.

    I have lived in Russia long enough to notice the common errors in English made by the most fluent Russian speakers of my mother tongue. Such people are usually so confident of their English language skills, which are often indeed impressive, that they sometimes take affront if any corrections to what they are saying are even attempted - even by a native English speaker - and respond with a rather irritated: "Are you sure?"

    I have noticed the same reaction off many Germans as well. The fact is, I believe, that many native speakers of English are too polite to correct errors spoken by non-native-speaker fluent speakers of English: the reverse, in my experience, is not true of the French or Germans or Russians, who usually suggest that it would be better to converse in English, which suggestion implies that their English is of a far higher standard than their interlocutor's French or, as the case may be, German or Russian and, therefore, completely comprehensible to a native speaker of English.

    This erroneous belief in the near impeccability of their English is then compounded by the English speaker's acquiescence to this suggestion and his fear of appearing impolite by correcting his interlocutor's errors.

    I'm not talking about minor mistakes here that do not cause any miscomprehension of what is being said, but of errors that cause complete incomprehension or that do not convey the meaning that the speaker intends to convey.

    However, all this is by the way: the key question is why has she decided to present an English column and gone to the trouble, I suspect, of having a native English speaker write or correct it? Who is such a column targeted at?

    Clearly, its target audience is the "international community" that speaks English.

    This is all simply an exercise on Vera and her chums' part in creating an image outside Russia that Kichanova's opinions are those of the majority in Russia, just as incessant propaganda about Tolokonnikova & Co. has led many Westerners to believe that Pussy Riot is a "popular all-girl punk rock band": that's how I recently saw the screeching performers of the cathedral "gig" described in a Western newspaper.

    I suspect that the Cato Institute has a hand in this. (The writer/proofreader of the column uses United States English orthography.) This is the organization that she mentions she got interested in (or Cato got interested in her?) after she had been recommended to read "Atlas Shrugged".

    And the funny thing is, though she heaps fulsome praise on the Chosen One, less than 30% of the 30% of the Moscow electorate that actually turned out to vote in the recent mayoral election voted for him, albeit that Navalny has publicly stated that "one quarter of Moscow voted for me".

    A slip of the tongue on his part perhaps? Surely he meant to say "a quarter of those Muscovites that chose to vote, voted for me".

    Lesbolibertarianka Kichanova is a member of a minority group. She has decided to go global now by appearing to spout off in near flawless English.

    As regards her shyster, bogus lawyer hero "politician" Navalny: in my opinion, he will soon be eating porridge.
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    "I' trying to explain to an English-speaking auditory why Russian opposition supports Navalny regardless of ideological differences and how his election campaign has already changed Russiam politics." --Vera Kichanova's actual English skills on display (Facebook)
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    Google translator at work!

    US Embasssy proof readers must have had a day off that day when she posted it.
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    Haha. Give Google more credit than that! Hell, her written English sounds like my spoken Russian! My written Russian laughs at her written English though.

    She just landed in Greece, btw. Why she is there is not yet known. She gets around a lot. Uncle Sam is one hell of a sugar daddy.

    Interview with her old friend and maybe lover? Doesn't seem that the transcript is accurate. Leaves out some words. Even simple words like, "today" are left out.
    http://slon.ru/russia/nadezhda_tolokonnikova-996833.xhtml

    State Department continues to go all in with her. I use to think that they had something devious planned. Some grand scheme. Now I wonder. I am starting to think they have absolutely no clue. Have had a few email discussions with supposed "Russian experts". Scary. Real scary. It seems to be a racket. Putin is what they need. They need that boogie man of sorts in order to be relevant. Yeltsin meant less work and no voice.
    http://www.ned.org/30years/vera-kichanova-russia/


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    I regularly check out the opinions of those Russians I work with - and they are all middle-class, well educated, well travelled professionals, mostly young but some middle-aged - concerning their attitude towards Pizda Riot, Tolokonnikova, Verzilov, Kichanova. As regards the last two, I sometimes have to tell them who they are.

    In general, these Russian acquaintances' opinion of the aforementioned is less than favourable. It's the same with their opinion of Navalny: most think he's a shyster, though there are some (30% I should say - just as the recent election may have suggested) who favour him. I know none who are wildly enamoured with Putin, though most seem to accept him as the least worst option.

    They all also think, by the way, that Serdyukov is as guilty as sin.

    That's my straw poll of the bourgeoisie, anyway. The size of the sample is about 30 people, who are all in financial services apart from one chemist, one psychologist and one IT specialist.

    Oh yes! And Mrs. Moscow Exile as well.
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    US Government funded organizations getting involved in the political process are no longer as appropriate as they might have been in 1992 when support for a voter led process was required. Their time has gone. But has the time ever gone for funding NGO's to review conditions in juvenile detention centres (prisons). Soros funds an NGO run by a friend of mine to do that. Of course, declare foreign funding. That's enough in itself to destroy credibility in cases it matters.
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    Oh http://dinosaurvsshark.blogspot.jp/2013/09/inliberty-2013.html

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    What a busy, busy little girl!

    She even had time to make lots of sketches during the lectures!

    And she knows and displays vulgar and offensive English expressions as well!

    How cute!

    She writes: "I'm too shy to speak with adults."

    So she's 18 years old, but does not consider herself an adult; she dresses and acts like a child and does a sketch of herself as a small child sucking the middle finger of a big man's hand whilst looking up at him submissively.

    Sigmund Freud would have loved to have met her, I'm sure.
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    Libertarianism: An Infantile Disorder.
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