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    Russian troops fed dog food!

    Post  NationalRus on Thu May 19, 2011 6:21 pm

    (Reuters) - Russian Interior Ministry troops were fed dog food earlier this year to save money, a former officer in the ministry said Thursday.

    A rare whistleblower in Russia's expansive security forces, ex-Major Igor Matveyev said officers tried to cover up the scandal and other alleged wrongdoing at the Interior Ministry troops base where he served in the far east city of Vladivostok.

    Matveyev, who served in Russia's wars against Chechen separatists in the 1990s, said he was ordered dismissed after posting a video on the Internet this month alleging widespread corruption in the Interior Ministry forces.

    No one at the ministry's troop unit was immediately available to comment on his allegations.

    "It's embarrassing to say but soldiers here were fed dog food. It was fed to them as stew," Matveyev said in an interview with Reuters, adding that dog food labels were covered up with labels reading 'premium quality beef'.

    He said he would contest a dismissal order issued by a superior after he posted the nearly 10-minute video, in which he asked President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to intervene.

    "It took me a month to determine through various reports exactly what was happening," he said by phone from Vladivostok, some 6,400 km (4,000 miles) east of Moscow.

    The Interior Ministry troops command was cited by Russian agencies as saying that a number of the incidents Matveyev described had occurred, but that they had long ago been dealt with and that an investigation had been started.

    President Dmitry Medvedev has said rampant corruption in the ranks is one of the biggest problems facing Russia's security forces.

    The Interior Ministry maintains units of troops across Russia responsible for domestic security. They are separate from the army, which comes under the Defense Ministry.

    Russia's security services are at odds with themselves as they undergo unpopular reforms that are aimed at restructuring the military's officer and troop structure, which critics such as Matveyev say is ridden with corruption.

    "This doesn't happen by accident, it is a system. Reforms are ongoing and we have to come out and say these things, we have to pay attention to these issues," he said.

    He added that 18 illegal migrant laborers were housed at the Vladivostok base for a month and a half and were used for clean-up and construction jobs.

    "They were Koreans or Chinese, I don't know because they did not have any documents," he said.

    He also said that property on the base had been sold off without permission to make money for the officers, but did not specify what had been sold or to whom.

    The authorities have not said whether they are investigating that specific allegation.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/05/19/us-russia-troops-dogfood-idUSTRE74I4TH20110519


    our troops get dog food and f**** illegals are working for the military..... and maybe even nobody gives a shit.... this is so f***ing pathetic its hard to comment on it

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    Post  GarryB on Fri May 20, 2011 4:18 am

    It is hard to believe because dog food is probably more expensive than the cheaper cuts of meat.

    The difference between dog food and food consumed by humans is different standards... and in Russia the standard for pet food is probably higher than in some countries for meat consumed by people.

    I suspect the unit got sent dog food to feed dogs, and so I also suspect that if this dog food was fed to interior ministry soldiers it might have been because the meat the men were supposed to eat was sold for profit.

    Using illegals for labour actually makes a bit of sense... if you are in a country illegally you will of course want to do any sort of work to stay and that includes mindless boring work none of the locals want to do.

    Lets face it... there are an enormous number of jobs locals don't want... would it be better to hunt illegals down and deport them so they will hide and steal to survive.

    The dog food story is bad news... and I am sure the western press will love it being spread around, but who cares about using illegals this way... as long as they are not abused... they get to stay... and if they can prove they are good workers perhaps give them citizenship.

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    Post  Flanky on Fri May 20, 2011 12:57 pm

    Once again it gets down to corrupted and mafia style fellas.
    In Russia i think it would be appropriate to approve death penalty.
    And not just for "serious" crimes... but also for large money thefts, for continual money thefts, for crimes against humanity, for murders, for drug trafficking, for bribery.
    If this would be approved, couple of examples would be carried out on death penalty, but then we would see the magic of death sentence.
    For example in China there is a death penalty for importing drugs. So even a small amount can buy you a bullet in the head.
    And as such i haven't heard of drug additcs being a problem in china.
    When people are confronted with the possibility of being killed as a form of punishment for their crimes, they will think not two but ten times wether to make the crime or not.
    This is the only most effective way how to deal with this kind of problem in Russia.
    I know that tons of Human rights organisations will be together with Transparency international (CIA front organisation) bragging about human rights in Russia. But nobody would seriously care.
    Most of the intelligent population of the world would be opting for this, even in their home countries. There are only couple of countries where crime is not a problem.

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    Post  NationalRus on Fri May 20, 2011 2:53 pm

    The difference between dog food and food consumed by humans is different standards... and in Russia the standard for pet food is probably higher than in some countries for meat consumed by people.

    i don't think that shitty low quality dog food is cheaper then that shit that the soldiers need to eat, and even IF the food of the soldiers is so much cheaper then the worst dog food its already fucking pathetic, why our soldiers have to eat the cheapest of the cheapest, the most low quality food that is in russia? i know what good tushonka looks like but ther tushonka looks most of the time like shit

    Using illegals for labour actually makes a bit of sense... if you are in a country illegally you will of course want to do any sort of work to stay and that includes mindless boring work none of the locals want to do.

    Lets face it... there are an enormous number of jobs locals don't want... would it be better to hunt illegals down and deport them so they will hide and steal to survive.

    i would understand if some corrupt bastard in some damn company employs damn illigals to do the shity work, but in the military?? the people who should protect out borders and defend our country employ illigals in the goverment space?... that only shows how low our standart are and how corrupt and not cerring our officials are... i mean whats next? employing illegals in the police?

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    Post  GarryB on Sat May 21, 2011 4:40 am

    i don't think that shitty low quality dog food is cheaper then that shit that the soldiers need to eat, and even IF the food of the soldiers is so much cheaper then the worst dog food its already fucking pathetic, why our soldiers have to eat the cheapest of the cheapest, the most low quality food that is in russia? i know what good tushonka looks like but ther tushonka looks most of the time like shit

    I don't know all the details yet, but this is not standard practise.
    If you ever saw what went into making Chicken McNuggets you'd swear it was a recipe for pet food. They put claws and beaks and any other bit they can't use for anything else into those damn things.

    It seems that reforms take time in the far east, but eventually the process will catch on there (probably accelerated by this story and of course the official visits to the Kurile Islands) and one of those reforms is to use civilian contractors to provide meals for military units so that soldiers spend no time peeling spuds which should free up more time for proper training.

    A bit ashamed to say it but NZ is a significant exporter of meat and dairy products and there was a documentary on TV a while back showing the crap we sell to our island neighbours. Fatty rubbish that no one else will buy, but we sell it to islands in the Pacific... no wonder there are so many there with weight problems and there is so much diabetes there.

    The point is that the meat comes from the same animals, it is just some cuts people will buy and some they will reject. It happens most nights in family homes where the people eat the meat and then give the fat and gristle to their pets.

    Ironically it is soldiers that need the extra fat and energy so it is not actually bad for them, but obviously using actual dog food is never acceptable for humans.

    The most common news report of people eating dog food in the west is often elderly living on their own and unable to afford better food... which is also unacceptable.

    i would understand if some corrupt bastard in some damn company employs damn illigals to do the shity work, but in the military?? the people who should protect out borders and defend our country employ illigals in the goverment space?... that only shows how low our standart are and how corrupt and not cerring our officials are... i mean whats next? employing illegals in the police?

    In australia they take illegals and send them off to small islands to live in camps and sit around and do nothing all day.

    As you might guess after 2-3 years of sitting on their arses doing nothing they start getting pissed off and start hunger strikes and all sorts of nonsense.

    I would think using them to do manual labour that no one else wants to do is a brilliant idea and getting them to clean up areas or simple labouring jobs is a great way to start integrating these people into your society.

    If they work for 2 years and do a good job then I would give them citizenship... after an initial check to make sure they don't have criminal records of course.

    There is always going to be migration... it is best to control it and manage it and make it useful to you. If it is in the Far East of Russia where the population is going to be thin anyway why not accept these people? Just make sure they become Russians and learn about Russian ways etc and they and their children will be good citizens.

    Here in NZ some of our best citizens are asian... they generally have a very good work ethic and respect and value education. You can try to wall everyone out... but what do you think will be the eventual result there?

    Here is a solution to your population problems. A Chinese person moving from China to Russias far east does so to get away from the Chinese government and to find a better life for his family. If you can give him and his family stability and a job there is no reason why he and his family cannot make Russia a better place for all her citizens.

    I should point out that even after being put in internment camps during WWII and not being treated very well after dec 7th 41 most Japanese Americans fought for their new country and didn't consider fighting for Japan. I am sure there were exceptions but most immigrants seeking a better life do so because they life they had was not what they wanted... they are hardly going to rise up like the Albanians in Kosovo and demand the land they are on be returned to China or Korea or wherever.

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    Post  NationalRus on Sat May 21, 2011 2:12 pm

    In australia they take illegals and send them off to small islands to live in camps and sit around and do nothing all day.

    As you might guess after 2-3 years of sitting on their arses doing nothing they start getting pissed off and start hunger strikes and all sorts of nonsense.

    I would think using them to do manual labour that no one else wants to do is a brilliant idea and getting them to clean up areas or simple labouring jobs is a great way to start integrating these people into your society.

    doing cleanup work is normal work, and employing illegals for it in the goverment level is only showing which suckers are taking the decision to ignore and spit on russian law, a illigal is to be deported to HIS country and period!

    what NZ our australia does i don't realy care, but i don't want to belive that in russian we need to do it like in arizona to adopt a law that will enforce the execution of already exisiting laws!

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    Post  GarryB on Sun May 22, 2011 7:01 am

    Immigration is an issue everywhere.

    If you want to waste funds putting these people in prison and then ship them back to where they came from then that is your money being spent.

    Keeping these people in custody is not free, so giving them work keeps them busy and means the people who otherwise would have to do that work can do something more productive.

    You are perfectly entitled to your views and opinions and they don't have to be the same as mine.

    I was merely stating my views backed up by my experience and knowledge... which is mostly NZ and Australia.

    It is sad that you think the biggest crime in the world is for someone to move to a part of Russia that no one else seems to want to live in to find a job and raise their family.

    If you don't keep people there pretty soon it will become vulnerable to a real invasion and you will have no one there to defend it.

    You are free to disagree... I don't like queue jumpers any more than you do, but it solves problems.

    BTW the economy in the Southern American states effected by illegal immigrants would probably collapse if they actually stopped coming... fields of food would rot because no legal citizen would work for such poor pay/conditions... and without the maids how would both parents in families be able to afford childcare if they couldn't hire an illegal at a cheap rate to look after their kids while they are at work?

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    Post  Pervius on Sun May 22, 2011 6:32 pm

    It's no big deal. Every countries military does things on the cheap.

    In Saudi Arabia they were feeding US troops. When the Americans asked them where the meat was coming from they wouldn't tell them. And meat was removed from the menu for awhile.

    Were British/Australian/Americans and others in Saudi Arabia eating worse than dog food? Nobody will ever know. Maybe they were being fed dead Filipino workers....poisoned meat from Iraq/Iran?


    All countries are suffering to support a military because they have too many old people needing free $$$ now from their governments. China's the only boom town now able to pay and feed a military.

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    Post  Pugnax on Tue May 24, 2011 6:12 am

    Yep Garry,minced chicken and fish products of the west are an abheration,most loathesome however is the all american hot dog...ears ,eyes and ass holes.

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    Post  Pugnax on Tue May 24, 2011 6:17 am

    I remember my military experiences with the old tinned food we had ,summer 1982 openning up a can of ham and eggs that was tinned in 1962,came out of the can with a sucking sloosh sound and was battleship grey in colour.Beef in gravy that was full of cystic tissue....oh the joys of Select brand food products!

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    Post  GarryB on Wed May 25, 2011 3:53 am

    Sounds yummy... Shocked

    I think however that this is a case of corruption... if your unit gets sent cans of dogfood and you feed them to your men the question becomes what are your dogs eating, and what happened to the meat the men were supposed to be provided with.

    I am sure whatever happened someone put some money in their pocket and is laughing.

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    Post  Pugnax on Wed May 25, 2011 8:59 am

    On the lighter side ,milkbone dog biscuits are far better for the fightingman than cosmoline scented rusks! Very Happy

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    Post  milky_candy_sugar on Tue Sep 27, 2011 6:46 pm



    Yup. I rofl'd


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    Post  Corrosion on Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:42 pm

    Same old stereotypes played here. Anyway I laughed at some of them and some of them I had no idea what it meant. Laughing

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    Post  Sujoy on Sun Jan 13, 2013 9:36 am

    Can I say this ... I am Ivan Vanko's biggest fan .

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    Post  BTRfan on Fri May 31, 2013 8:39 pm

    http://dailycaller.com/2013/05/31/kindergartener-interrogated-over-cap-gun-until-he-pees-his-pants-then-suspended-10-days/?print=1


    Kindergartener interrogated over cap gun until he pees his pants, then suspended 10 days

    Posted By Eric Owens On 8:28 AM 05/31/2013 In Education | No Comments


    In the latest incident of anti-gun hysteria to erupt in a school setting, a kindergarten boy has been suspended from school for 10 days because he showed a friend his cowboy-style cap gun on the way to school.

    The incident happened on Wednesday morning at about 8:30 a.m. on a school bus in Calvert County, Maryland, reports The Washington Post.

    The kindergartener had brought the toy gun because his friend had brought a water gun the previous day. He later told his mother than he “really, really” wanted his friend to see it.

    The suspended boy had acquired the menacing, plastic, orange-tipped weapon at Frontier Town, a western-themed campground with a water park, mini golf and the like.

    School officials at Dowell Elementary School in the town of Lusby proceeded to question the five-year-old for over two hours before finally calling his mother, whom The Post also does not name.

    The principal eventually called the boy’s mother at 10:50 a.m. By that time, the five-year-old had wet his pants (which the mother called highly unusual).

    The principal told the boy’s mother that the boy had simulated shooting someone on the bus with the offending novelty. However, both the boy and his older sister, a first-grader, say the principal is not telling the truth.

    The Post explains that the principal — Jennifer L. Young, according to Dowell Elementary’s website — told the kindergartener’s mother that things would have been even worse had the toy gun been loaded with caps. In that case, the school would have regarded the plaything as an explosive and called the police.

    “I have no problem that he had a consequence to his behavior,” the mother told the Post. “What I have a problem with is the severity.”

    The mother is also upset about the trauma her son experienced without her knowledge.

    “Why were we not immediately contacted?” she asked

    The 10-day suspension is officially for possessing a look-alike gun, notes the Post. If the suspension is not lifted, the kindergartener won’t be able to go to school the rest of the year. The suspension will also be part of his permanent academic record.

    The family has hired an attorney, Robin Ficker, who has managed to become something of a national legal expert in amazing overreactions by school officials over things that aren’t actual guns.

    Ficker appealed the suspension on the family’s behalf on Thursday. On Friday, there will be a disciplinary conference.

    The attorney noted that the the boy’s age is an essential factor when considering the punishment and the school’s actions.

    “Kids play cowboys and Indians,” Ficker told The Post. “They play cops and robbers. You’re talking about a little five-year-old here.”

    This incident is the second incident of anti-gun hysteria to erupt in a school setting in as many weeks. There have been many others over the course of this academic year as well.

    A six-year-old boy was punished because he took a plastic Lego gun roughly the size of a quarter on a school bus headed to Old Mill Pond Elementary School in Palmer, Mass. (RELATED: Kindergartener gets detention, forced to apologize for tiny Lego gun)

    An eighth-grader in West Virginia was suspended and, astonishingly, arrested after he refused to remove a t-shirt supporting the National Rifle Association returned to school on Monday. The courageous 14-year-old then returned to school wearing exactly the same shirt, which depicts a hunting rifle with the statement “protect your right.” (RELATED: Eighth-grader arrested over NRA shirt returns to school in same shirt)

    Officials at an elementary school in small-town Michigan impounded a third-grader boy’s batch of 30 homemade birthday cupcakes because they were adorned with green plastic figurines representing World War Two soldiers. The school principal branded the military-themed cupcakes “insensitive” in light of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. (RELATED: School confiscates third-grader’s cupcakes topped with toy soldiers)

    At Genoa-Kingston Middle School in northeast Illinois, a teacher threatened an eighth-grader with suspension if he did not remove his t-shirt emblazoned with the interlocking rifles insignia of the United States Marines. (RELATED: Junior high teacher tells kid to remove Marines t-shirt or get suspended)

    At Park Elementary School in Baltimore, Maryland, a student was suspended for two days because his teacher thought he shaped a strawberry, pre-baked toaster pastry into something resembling a gun. (RELATED: Second-grader suspended for having breakfast pastry shaped like a gun)

    At Poston Butte High School in Arizona, a high school freshman was suspended for setting a picture of a gun as the desktop background on his school-issued computer. (RELATED: Freshman suspended for picture of gun)

    At D. Newlin Fell School in Philadelphia, school officials reportedly yelled at a student and then searched her in front of her class after she was found with a paper gun her grandfather had made for her. (RELATED: Paper gun causes panic)

    In rural Pennsylvania, a kindergarten girl was suspended after she told another girl that she planned to shoot her with a pink Hello Kitty toy gun that bombards targets with soapy bubbles. (RELATED: Kindergartener suspended for making ‘terroristic threat’ with Hello Kitty bubble gun)

    At Roscoe R. Nix Elementary School in Maryland, a six-year-old boy was suspended for making the universal kid sign for a gun, pointing at another student and saying “pow.” That boy’s suspension was later lifted and his name cleared. (RELATED: Pow! You’re suspended, kid)

    Follow Eric on Twitter and send education-related story tips to erico@dailycaller.com.

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    Post  GarryB on Sat Jun 01, 2013 12:25 pm

    Yeah... pathetic over reactions by people clearly afraid of losing their jobs for not reacting early enough...

    I remember reading recently about a deaf kid that had to learn a different sign language because his name was Hunter and the sign for that name in the sign language he knew was to hold your two fingers out like a pistol with your thumb as the hammer...



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    Post  Regular on Sat Jun 01, 2013 9:46 pm

    So how would they react to this


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    Enjoy the jewel that is Russian drivers:

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    Post  Austin on Thu Jul 04, 2013 9:37 am

    Hahahah

    It common here to see Bikers riding their bikes on foot path to avoid traffic jam on parallel/adjacent road, So if you are walking on footpath and find some one honking dont be surprised to find a bike on foothpath for company.

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    Post  Austin on Thu Jul 04, 2013 9:42 am

    For your viewing pleasure found a video too.... pretty close to where I work .

    Should give an idea about the traffic and the state of our roads and foot path


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    Post  Viktor on Thu Jul 04, 2013 10:15 am

    Shocked  Very Happy 


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    Post  Regular on Thu Jul 04, 2013 2:17 pm

    All Eastern European drivers are shit. I was very dangerous driver too:) Especially when I was 19 and I had Audi S2 quatrro. Smile You live and learn from mistakes an look back how stupid it was.
    Only problem is that Russia has worse roads and loads of old cars. DUI is a problem too, but road heroes, technically abused cars, bad driving culture is the main things that kill.
    How hard is to get driving license in Russia?
    How hard is to go through technical check?
    Are bad drivers tolerated by society?
    How tough are fines?

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    Post  Viktor on Thu Jul 04, 2013 2:35 pm

    I was busted during my college time with 3.29% alcohol in my blood while running away from police. It was real police chase like in Hollywood movies.

    At the end 3 police cars and one truck with special unit barricaded the road in front of me and caught me. I dont need to say that my time in police station was

    not very pleasant Very Happy . Anyway from that day on, Im careful in traffic and dont drink and drive. I have learned my lesson. (with the intensive police help Very Happy )

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