March 8th, 2014

Иван Дурак

каломойцы-добровольцы (пейстня :)

пока давят казаки зимой
по диканькам клопов на рассвете
на майдане укрытые тьмой
развлекаются бисовы дети

повязались содомскою дружбой
человека сожгут если нужно
повелителю сало отжать!

влюблены в чистоган беззаветно
на мокруху порой предрассветной
шоба так укрощястя найти!
Иван Дурак

Kissinger: for West, demonization of Putin is not a policy; it is an alibi for the absence of one

Leaders of all sides should return to examining outcomes, not compete in posturing.
Here is my notion of an outcome compatible with the values and security interests of all sides:

1. Ukraine should have the right to choose freely its economic and political associations, including with Europe.

2. Ukraine should not join NATO, a position I took seven years ago, when it last came up.

3. Ukraine should be free to create any government compatible with the expressed will of its people.
Wise Ukrainian leaders would then opt for a policy of reconciliation between the various parts of their country.
Internationally, they should pursue a posture comparable to that of Finland.
That nation leaves no doubt about its fierce independence and cooperates with the West in most fields,
but carefully avoids institutional hostility toward Russia.

4. It is incompatible with the rules of the existing world order for Russia to annex Crimea.
But it should be possible to put Crimea’s relationship to Ukraine on a less fraught basis.
To that end, Russia would recognize Ukraine’s sovereignty over Crimea.
Ukraine should reinforce Crimea’s autonomy in elections held in the presence of international observers.
The process would include removing any ambiguities about the status of the Black Sea Fleet at Sevastopol.
Иван Дурак

кыивьска консeрватория (iм. Петро Чайкiвскего) майданулась ("ее быстро потушили")


Національна музична академія України ім. П. І. Чайковського: