7.1.09

THE CRISIS OR A WIND OF CHANGE?









THE NEW YEAR ADDRESS TO ALL THINKING DUDES AND LADIES AROUND THE WORLD

Notice,that Russians also celebrate the"Old New Year" on January 13 , that gives them wonderful opportunity for drinking and partying all the week ,including the Orthodox Christmas  at 7 of January  The Gregorian calendar was introduced not even by  Pieter The Grate, who's obsession to "europeanize" Russia became notorious.We can't escape the opportunity to mention that" Private life, in the modern West, is now becoming significantly less free than it is in post-ideological Russia,That can give the impression ,that governments of America and Europe sort of "learning" the ways of "Bolsheviks "  to control their populations in many "Big Brother" ways while Russia, despite being criticized constantly for being "non democratic" , is undoubtedly chaotic and corrupt ,but definitely is a "land of the free", compared to what can happen to modern America. Every time I hear words - "censorship","passport" "War on..." "control" and "for your own protection...Shadow of Stalin appears in my mind as a sort of Déjà vu  ,that "hunting" many individuals,who were born under totalitarian regime in Soviet Union, or elsewhere.

BUT ARE WE SO DIFFERENT AFTER ALL,?
IN FACT WE HAVE AN IMPRESSION THAT CORPORATE-BANKING GANG TRYED TO DO EXACTLY
THE SAME GOB, AS BOLSHEVIKS AND EVEN MORE EXTREME DICTATORS.
(And openly cooperated with them even during WW2 )
Earlier in a history  Rothschilds borrowed money to both side of the war, and why not to CREATE a war and sell weapons to both sides of conflict and after borrow the money for "reconstruction" -brilliant idea ,sir
WHEN YOU HAVE SO MUCH WEALTH -" POWER IS  ONLY ULTIMATE APHRODISIAC..
AND WHILE ELITE PLANNED THE WARS AND EXPERIMENTED ON US,WE STILL MANAGED
TO HAVE SOME FUN _ Russians; Americans;EUROPEANS, Arabs, Jewish ,Africans and even Chinese.


HERE IS A PROVE - ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT COMPILATION OF "RUSSIAN RED ARMY
DANCE COMPANY PERFORMANCE" (CIRCA END 50S) WITH RUN DMC's3IT's LIKE THIS"
NOTICE DIVINE IRONY OF LYRICS AND MOVEMENTS.....Say it ain't so! The Ruskies invented break dancing!
Awesome! T
his type of dancing(ballet is still very popular and still preformed by Russian military branches. We have special holidays where the military preforms dances, shows and other things.

video
Look at this boys and you will understand why efforts to "civilize" Mother-Russia are still not implemented as desired by "World Community", including efforts to do something about the infamous drinking habit. 
Russian morning.....Vodka for breakfast...
There is only one known to us nation in a face of the world, as "stubborn" as Russia.The country with the similar "imperial past".And this is United Kingdom.And this is British breakfast...
  • Several rashers of good crisp bacon
  • Two or three evenly browned sausages, crisp on the outside yet still tender within
  • A goodly spoonful of tender field mushrooms, lightly fried in butter
  • One or more fried eggs, the yolk still runny, and served sunny side up
  • Tomatoes, preferably freshly grilled though in times of need stewed will suffice
  • A portion of baked beans in tomato sauce
  • Several slices of black pudding, fried according to taste, in butter or lard

Chinese breakfast...No clue what is what:)


Continental breakfast(God bless
Belgium and French domination
of "LOW LANDS)

JUST CROSS THE BORDER (IN MOST CASES 30 MIN DRIVE FROM ANY FLAMISH CITY AND IN COUNTRY OF WOODEN SHOES) AND  WILL SENCE A STRONG LEGACY OF
CALVINISM   "WORK HARD, - DON'T 
SPEND"

EVIL LEGACY OF DOCTOR KELLOGGS





So we are not so different,when we drink we suffer at the morning and good breacfast can fix that.But Russians...Yes many will..read artile below...
Why Russians feell so special?Why they go to chirh swearing and upplying Holy cross arround the forhead simultaniously?Why the don't comply with New World Order and dissapoint sponsors(USA) of neighboring countryes (Georgia and Ukraine in particular)?
Why they don't hate Iran?
Historical analog is a fact that "Julian calendar" was "stubbornly "used while Most of the World instead used new calendar, and only Soviet Russia undertook its calendar reform in February 1918, when they moved from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian. This move resulted in a loss of 13 days, so that February 1, 1918, became February 14.

The Economy in Russia virtually freezes in beginning of January for a few weeks as a result of this
massive celebrations.

drinking and following nationwide "hangover".
What's going on?
Was Soviet Union 
a massonic experement?
China?
Is "cold war "really over?.
We will find out this year,I
promiss you.
As a metter of fact you can
eat a fine breakfast 
in any Russians discent 
(but overpriced) hotell and
now if you
planning to spend some time,
trying to "globo-civilize" this
strange country,
we want to teach you

HOW RUSSIANS DEAL WITH HANGOVER

For one reason or another, what people know about Russia is often linked to alcohol. The experience of Russian drinking culture is the subject of one well-known joke, when a foreigner writes in his journal: “Monday. Drank with the Russians. Tuesday. Almost died. Wednesday. Drank with the Russians some more. Thursday. Should have died on Tuesday.” So it is necessary to pay homage to the way Russians deal with the after-effects of drink, both on a national and a personal level.

The misery of a hangover has not changed for centuries, neither has the campaign against misbehaving drunks, so the question of post-drinking blues has a long history.

People that roam the city after their drinking escapades risk ending up in a vytrezvitel, a ’drunk tank’, a place that has inspired fear in generations of Russians. It was conceived as an institution in tsarist times, the first one opening in 1902 in Tula to save local army men from freezing to death after their squad had a bit too much. It was reinstated in the Soviet Union in 1931 and came under the control of the Interior Ministry in 1940.

During the prohibitionist years, the police had a daily norm of picked-up drunks. They drove around in a special wagon nicknamed a kopilka (piggy bank) and singled out people that threatened public safety: quite often the victims were chosen at random, especially on cold nights when the patrols got tired and bored.

Even though prohibition was short-lived in Russia, putting stray drunkards into the kopilka is still in practice; moreover, it’s profitable for the officers. When morning comes to the vytrezvitel and you find out that half of your money was gone overnight, the police cheerfully tell you to be more careful next time you go out to a bar. After all, it’s not called a piggy-bank for nothing!

If you manage to get home without event, there are a few traditional Russian hangover cures for the morning-after that have been popular for centuries. The most popular is the brine from either pickles or Russian sauerkraut (called rassol in Russian) as it contains the necessary potassium and magnesium. Another handy liquid is kvass, which is a brown malt beverage made of fermented rye bread.

Many Russians believe that it’s better to fight fire with fire and sip warm beer from the night before, but there is the risk of getting carried away and continuing the previous night’s debauchery and spiralling into the vicious circle of a zapoy, or drinking binge.

For the more ambitious, there are also Russian hangover cocktails that juggle the classic ingredients like eggs, spices and tomato juice. For one, known as “Sick head,” the directions are as follows: you have to cover a glass with a thin coat of vegetable oil, break one egg into the glass, a pinch of salt, and red and black pepper. Pour in two tablespoons of vodka and mix well. Close your eyes and nose, forget what is in the glass, and gulp down the contents. After the procedure the victim should lie down and rest with a cold towel over the forehead.

There is also traditional hangover food. The classic greasy burger and shake never really took off in Russia, but there is one dish that is recognized as a guaranteed hangover remedy. It is a thick stew called haash, which actually comes from the Caucasus and is even served in Moscow’s Armenian restaurants on January 1st to alleviate the morning-after misery. Haash is a pain to prepare: you have to cook tripe and beef trotters for six hours and consume the result with radish and a lot of garlic.

Another curing “snack” was allegedly discovered by Tsar Nicholas II, and is called “Nikolashka”: take a slice of lemon, put a teaspoon of sugar and a teaspoon of coffee on top, and eat in one bite.

All of these may be helpful and tested by generations of Russians, but when that morning comes, most people can’t find the strength to prepare a complicated recipe. Some opt for “Alka-Seltzer and sleep”, others put instant coffee into coca-cola, and some, like my friend Alina, choose “rassol and a guillotine”.



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