Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Still My Tongue Tied

Meet the new Prosecutor General of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Natalia Poklonskaya.

She said, "What happened in Kiev was, first and foremost, an anti-constitutional coup and an armed seizure of power."


She said her office received petitions from the Berkut police officers who had been brutalized during the Ukrainian revolt.


She said a Crimean EuroMaidan won’t happen.


She said the actions of a sniper that opened fire in the Crimean capital Simferopol on Tuesday were similar to those of snipers who earlier shot people on Maidan in Kiev.

Dude, you are so, so guilty!!

Look, I have apologized before that the Crimea is a long way from NJ. I am obviously transfixed by this story, not so much for what is going on, but for the masterful way the Russians have managed symbolism.  

In the court of the low information voter, opposing them makes no sense.  So when it comes time to for the MSM to run reports about the corrupt law enforcement practices of a puppet regime, whose face should you put up on the screen? Moscow's answer is Miss Natalia Poklonskaya's, from Russia with Love.  

1 comment:

Hell_Is_Like_Newark said...

I'll give it to the Russians.. They present the woman above.

We Americans instead get the likes of Janet Reno.