Am găsit o scrisoare interesantă. Dacă e reală, hm, e clar că dracu’ stă să ne ia.
Pe de altă parte, sunt interesante evenimentele oficiale din Kremlin: iată, și iată cu ce se ocupă un președinte, în loc să-și numere cele 200 de miliarde de dolari pe care i-a ascuns în paradisuri fiscale. Oh, și iară despre Roman Filipov:
Major Roman Filipov was exactly this – a brave warrior, a real officer. He chose a military profession, followed in the footsteps of his father – became a military pilot. And always, during his studies, during service in the Middle East, when fighting in the sky over Syria, he aspired to be among the best, he was a true comrade to his comrades-in-arms.
He went into an unequal battle with terrorists. He did not give up, he did not back down. And we are fully entitled to compare him with the heroes who defended the Brest Fortress, Moscow, and Stalingrad.
Because regardless of the historical context, regardless of the era in which we live, everyone has only one life to live, at least in this world.
If a person is ready to go all the way, to sacrifice themselves in the interests of his or her people, this is the acme of personal courage, heroism, devotion to one’s homeland.
Roman’s family members are in this hall today – his parents, Elena and Nikolai, and his widow Olga. For his relatives, friends, brothers-in-arms, the death of Roman is an irreplaceable loss.
We all grieve with you and share this pain. Our deepest gratitude goes to you. Thank you for bringing up such a brave, dignified son, a Russian officer, the son of his Fatherland.
For his heroism and courage, Major Filipov is awarded the title of Hero of Russia. The Gold Star medal will be presented to his relatives today.
Mda, dar ce mai poate fi și această circărie?
Și nu uităm tovarășii?
Cam prea multă energie irosită pentru un circ ieftin, inutil și dezgustător! Și, oare, când mai are timp să-și coordoneze banda de kleptocrați?!