Andrei Zubov gets fired (no tenure in New Imperial Russia?) for criticizing the motherland’s action in Crimea.

Meanwhile Mr UD (a Pole) is excited about Vladimir Zhirinovsky’s letter to Poland inviting it to join the fun and take whatever part of Ukraine it wants. Mr UD has been rubbing his hands together gleefully. He has taken out maps and put big red lines down the middle of Ukraine. “Here!” he says, and then redraws the line. “No. Here!”

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3 Responses to “‘”I am afraid, but there are situations in which you have to act, regardless of your own fear,” he told the Russian New Times magazine.’”

  1. Stephen Karlson Says:

    Be careful what you ask for. Next the Prussians will want Kaliningrad to be Koenigsberg again.

  2. Polish Peter Says:

    Kaliningrad is “Królewiec” in Polish. Just sayin’…

  3. Margaret Soltan Says:

    Polish Peter: LOL.

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