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Scott Stantis

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  1. DoctorUmmmNo

    DoctorUmmmNo said, 5 months ago

    Am I wrong, or is that a Danish asking for Putin to enjoy him for dessert?

  2. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, 5 months ago

    ‘Never Forget’ has a fairly well-established meaning. A large group of people intone ‘Never Forget’ one day every year (different days in different places: 27 Jan, 27 Nissan, etc).


    Which makes ‘Never Forget’ as a rallying cry in favour of those Ukrainians from the formerly Austrian bits taking total control of the Ukraine a bit incongruous, since some of those from the formerly Austrian bits strongly support the staunch anti-Communist who died on 20 April ‘45 and who was responsible for causing the world to have the day of ’Never Forget’.



    Added to which, the Hammer and Sickle were from a time when all religion was banned in the CCCP, and Putin never misses an Orthodox Church service. Under Putin, all the Orthodox churches are being fully restored to where they were BEFORE the hammer, sickle, and CCCP. If one wishes to give Putin a relevant tattoo, it should be Czar's coat of arms

  3. SuperMax52

    SuperMax52 said, 5 months ago

    Thank you for some truth, Michael.

  4. swr

    swr said, 5 months ago

    @Michael wme

    Recall that Putin was KGB.. While he may not be a communist, he would long for the time of his country being powerful and feared and ruling a good part of eastern Europe. Besides he need more Russian’s to boost his population, they have a baby bust much then we do, and almost as bad as the Japanese.

  5. Jase99

    Jase99 said, 5 months ago

    “Very similar to the Prussian double eagle. The Russians probably stole the idea from the Germans, which is pretty much the entire history of Russian ideas before 1917 beginning with Peter I”

    The double-headed eagle was used by several European monarchies. It still appears on the Albanian flag. As for the notion that Russia “borrowed” from German culture for most of it’s history, you obviously haven’t looked at Russian history, religion, architecture, or language.

    You do have one thing partially right. The Russian people don’t have a very long or good history of thinking for themselves. Putin is doing what the Soviets and the Tzars did before him.

  6. Dogday88

    Dogday88 GoComics PRO Member said, 5 months ago

    @Michael wme

    I think you’re being too literal here. Just because he goes to church doesn’t mean he’s not of the mind as the hammer-and-sickle set in other areas.

  7. Beau Nobo

    Beau Nobo said, 5 months ago

    How is retaking the Russian port in Crimea like eating a quarter of the world?

  8. Jason Williams

    Jason Williams GoComics PRO Member said, 5 months ago

    @Beau Nobo

    I was going to say basically the same thing. Crimea is almost all Russian infrastructure, and a mostly Russian population. There’s a reason they are (democratically) voting to return to Russia, and why that vote is successful – AND why this “military” action has been completely peaceful.

    The rest of the world just needs to get out of the way on this one.

  9. Beau Nobo

    Beau Nobo said, 5 months ago

    We appear to be in the non-hysterical minority.

  10. misterdantes

    misterdantes said, 5 months ago

    @Jason Williams

    exactly.

  11. NeoconMan

    NeoconMan said, 5 months ago

    @CCNJ's say the sky is falling

    ^ ^ No, one industry at a time.

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