On the Issue of Berezin’s Account of the Ukrainian Rape and Murder in the Village of Saurovka



(and on the matter of the response by some readers of the Vineyard of the Saker Blog thereto)

Vineyard of the Saker Posting: Here
The Saker’s Responses to the Criticism: Here and Here

by Gleb Bazov / Edited by S. Naylor

First, apologies for the mayhem caused – it certainly was sufficient to provoke two response notes from The Saker. And, for a good reason. My own initial reaction to Berezin’s “essay” (damn the reader who called it that) was utter stupefaction. The fact that the man is a published writer and can put two words together on paper (and so can his translator) should not count to his detriment or deter from his voice; on the contrary, the effect of an exploding bomb is caused precisely by the effectiveness of conveying such information in…

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Vladimir Suchan: the Minsk Sabotage & the Mozgovoi Manifesto


what will become of people fighting for freedom if abandoned now, freedom isn’t cheap, it needs constant vigilance against corporate pirates and small fry treacherous profiteers.


The Minsk “Ceasefire” Protocol and Russian Diplomacy’s Masterful “Sabotage”

VsuchanIf Flaubert achieved for me his acme with three or four simple words “She pretended to think,” Saker reached his peak with this marvellous description of the politically and diplomatically atrocious “Minsk ceasefire protocol“: “Knowing the degree to which Russian diplomats are normally maniacally fastidious and pedantic with words, I can only conclude that they have deliberately sabotaged this agreement and that it’s sole use what to deflate the bellicose mood of the NATO summit.” (Link to the original article at The Vineyard of the Saker)

In other words, the implementation of Putin’s 7-point initiative was written so poorly and badly that Saker concluded not only that it must have been written by Russian diplomats, but that Russian diplomats must have composed the Minsk Protocol so terribly on purpose. For how could someone comparatively intelligent and reasonably well…

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