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Congratulations Dmitry, always enjoy your work. your books are a must read. You will be rich, rich, rich I say.Oh wait a minute!!
And much better for you than that Irish fast "food" restaurant.
Congrats but it is not near enough. I'm on record, well not really as some of my comments have not been posted, to being somewhat of the Dimity's views vs a vs the overall Ukraine situation.That said the tragedy is now reaccelerating with a new Kiev push via intense shelling of Donetsk and Poroshenko rejecting negotiation, none of which is being reported here in the US. The NY Times and thus all mainstream media, silent.Make no mistake the US is all in on the eliminations of Russians in the east. Killing or driving out, just a detail. No matter how many millions view this page such is functionally irrelvant.
Excellent, vital, one-man oracle service. I never miss it. Wonderfully well done, too: seldom a post where I don't laugh out loud somewhere during the read; either at that hilarious dry wit, or at some sudden insight offered, which I hadn't understood before. Congratulations, respect.
Wow, Dmitry, that's half the population of the Netherlands! And how's the trend line? Exponential? Hope so, for you and for the world.
Well deserved too. I rely on you and the Vineyard Saker for the Russian perspective, something that is sorely missing in the corrupt Western media.
Is that 8 million total visitors (multiple visits counted) or unique visitors? If we're talking about 8 mil individuals, that's a little over 0,1% of the world population, or 1 in a 1000.If every single one of those people really "get it", then it might just make a difference. Unfortunately, many comments suggest that not everyone does.
Congrats Dmitry Now get back to work on tomorrow's post! I read you first thing Tuesday morning....with coffee.
From the news not heard department.Our man in Kiev, per Victoria Nuland, Prime Minister Yatsenyuk, while in Germany says Russia must not be allowed to invade Germany again.Described here at about 25 minutes. All is worth a listen. http://www.thenation.com/blog/195233/stephen-cohen-its-1983-all-over-again-ukraine
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