So, my recent post about Boris Nemtsov earned me a 30 day Zucc on Facebook, and I once again deactivated my profile because of this injustice…
I lasted like 5 days on Facebook this time.
The municipality of Prague wants to rename the square on which stands the Russian embassy in honour of Boris Nemtsov…
The Russians will laugh at this stupidity, and Prague will spend money on absolute nonsense. That is all that will happen. Ordinary Czechs don’t give a fuck about Boris Nemtsov, and the latter has never done anything for the Czech Republic.
But little did I realize, how unoriginal the people in Prague that came up with this cringy initiative are. There already is a Boris Nemtsov Plaza in Washington D.C., named so in 2017. In 2018, Vilnius and Kiev were added to the list of proud cities featuring Russian Embassy addresses on Boris Nemtsov Square.
I wonder what else is bullshit in that textbook?
A Ukrainian textbook of World history for the tenth grade featured a doctored historical photo: “Lunch Atop a Skyscraper” that included the actor, Keanu Reeves.
This is how Bernie can still win…
David Slack is TV writer:
I deactivated my Facebook profile last month, my reasons were that I received a 30 day ban for an eight month old post that nobody was seeing. I took it as a clear sign of persecution of my online persona, and refused to use this website.
A number of people I know have deleted their profiles for psychological reasons. Social media is not for everyone. But more recently I came upon another group of people quitting Facebook. American liberals are not happy because the website is not persecuting the right-wingers enough. Their granddaddy, George Soros recently complained Facebook is in cahoots with the Trump campaign. Soros also added that the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg ought to leave the board of the company.
I am amazed, Facebook censored the right-wingers so much, only to be stabbed in the back by the liberals. The following screenshots come from this thread:
And now for some cartoons: