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Revolution in the Russian Classroom

This video is a perfect metaphor for Russia. The teacher treats his student exactly the same way the Kremlin treats the citizens of Russia. If only the citizens could find the courage to react the way the little girl does, Russia could be a changed (and great) nation.


55 responses to “Revolution in the Russian Classroom

  1. Reblogged this on Voiceless in America and commented:
    Who’s “insane in the membrane” here? Hey, indoctrinator, “leave them kids alone!”

  2. siber_troll ⋅

    chechens tried to revolt but were suppressed with aviation, mlrs and traitors from inside. even Poland today under russian fifth column. what to do if 99% of population prefer to knee before Kremlin and continue thieving, robbering, drug use?

  3. Bogdan from Aussie ⋅

    One has to fear for the future of this little and brave girl when remebering what has happened to another brave soul – Politkovskaja.
    At least, she showed that she is not intending to be treated lie a RAB…
    Manfi and other enthusiastic slaves of Putin vomiting on Kim’s noble site could learn thing or two from this girl.
    Let’s hope she will be all right.

  4. Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

    Yes, a staged revolution in a mock classroom. This film clip is a fragment of an upcoming “Школа (School)” TV series which is supposed to be shown on a planned “Ю (You)” channel. The camerawork is done in such a way that it looks like if the series was filmed by a cell phone camera. The “Ю” channel will replace Muz-TV on-air and is about to start broadcasting on September, 16 2012. Since that date Muz-TV will be on cable only. The official slogan of the “Ю” channel is: “Ю – это ты”. That’s what the EL teacher repeats to the girl prior to having his balls crushed.
    The official webpage of “Ю” channel is:
    The announcement of the TV series at Muz-TV website is here:
    The same classroom is obvious.

    So can we assume that by this analogy La Russophobe broadly hints us that protests in Russia are all staged like that funny film clip?

    • larussophobe ⋅

      There’s no hint whatsoever. If you were not such an illiterate ignoramus, you’d know that we have REPEATEDLY attacked the opposition and its leadership for their feckless and craven failure to take the kind of action necessary to really confront Putin, as was done by world leaders like King, Mandela and Gandhi. Your statement is borderline psychotic and wholly detached from reality.

      • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

        My comment was meant to say that you, like many other semiconscious bloggers and media took this staged clip for real. It is yet another example of dishonesty and irresponsibility. Most of your so called posts are just a compilation of articles and blog posts from various sources without a trace of your own research. And your sources in many cases are also a failure. You have lost your credibility and it is impossible to trust you anymore.
        By the way, your insult templates are one-dimensional, repetitive, plain and boring. You are acting like an insulting bot.

        • larussophobe ⋅

          You’re a goddamed liar. There is NOTHING in our post indicating we “took it for real.” It makes no difference to us whatsoever whether it is real or not. If you read our post instead of spewing propaganda gibberish, you’d see that we simply said it is a PERFECT representation of the relationship between the people of Russia and their government, and we urged the people of Russia to act the way the child does. It is you who have lost your credibility (as if you ever had any, since you don’t have the guts or ability to publish any kind of blog, much less one as successful as this one) when you claim we have done things we have not done, said things we have not said, and could lose our credibility because of mistake (which we have not made). Your weird hallucination that you can proclaim a fact and it is so only indicates how very far detached you are from reality. You desperately WANT us to lose our credibility because you know how much of it we have, and how badly we hurt the interest of your beloved Kremlin. People have been saying we’ve lost our credibility for more than five years now, all the while we get stronger and more influential. Your even weirder hallucination that making a mistake means a person has no credibility is neo-Soviet in character, and if applied to Vladimir Putin would mean he should have been jailed years ago.

          • elmer ⋅

            The fact is also that boorish Rashan behavior is well known – by the government towards its own people, and by the people towards each other, such as when big shots in expensive cars simply run over and kill people.

            There are plenty – plenty – of other examples.

            • MCC ⋅

              russians shouldn’t be allow to drive the western cars. They are so low on the evolutionary ladder that it is incomprehensible for those poor russian bastards to follow any signs on the roads – they should simply go back to kibitka, or ‘black marias’ the cattle cars that transported russian human cargo to the gulags….

          • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

            Haha, just for a laugh:

            >> it is a PERFECT representation of the representation of the relationship between the people of Russia and their government >>

            Are you trying to be “philosophical” here, honey? A representation of the representation of the relationship sounds a little, shall we say, tipsy. Better perform the editing while you’re sober, eh?

          • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

            I would easily admit that you took this clip as a metaphor and that it makes no difference for you whether the clip was real or not if the post was properly named and if the true nature of the clip was addressed. However neither the name of the post “Revolution in the Russian classroom” nor its text contains an indication that the clip was in fact staged, which means you are not interested in accuracy but in spreading this drivel further as long as you claim your blog to be very successful and popular. Hey look at that, one of the commenters even expressed his fear about the girl’s fate and hoped that she will be all right. And by the way if you were in fact aware at the time of posting that the clip was faked, then things are even worse about you.
            Now, speaking of credibility, mistakes and things that you have/haven’t done or said. I’ll give you an example. Let’s look at the recent post of yours about Pussy Riot trial and verdict. First you stated that they are going to serve 2.5 years, 2 years at labor. Then I pointed out that in fact they will serve 2 years, 1.5 years at labor. Ok, you corrected for that. But then you took that double credit bullshit from some inaccurate source (which in turn took that from another misleading source) and updated the post accordingly stating that they will serve just over 1 year at labor. Then I requested you to correct your post once again as the double credit rule was inapplicable, but you failed to do so and the post is still there spreading that false statement widely, yet again since you claim your blog to be very successful and popular.
            Yes you are right that making a mistake does not necessarily mean that a person has no credibility. But you make many mistakes, lots of them. I gave you just one example but if one makes a careful research on every issue there is a lot to cavil about your posts.
            Finally I don’t care anything about Putin or Kremlin, much less I WANT you to lose your credibility. I’m just picky about inaccurate information spreading over the Internet. Moreover I haven’t ever attempted to insult neither you nor the blog itself (however I’ve done so to some of your insane worshipers) until you’ve done so to me like and insulting answering machine.

      • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

        Interesting — I didn’t know King, Mandela, and Gandhi ever confronted Putin. However, if this is actually true, then Putin has passed all the tests with a most resounding success. You and your silly fellows could possibly have Putin die from laughter, but that’s about it.

        • elmer ⋅

          what happens when you have a name like steifschwanz is that, in typical Rashan boorish fashion, you think you’re clever, but you’re snot.

          And you stick your head up Putler’s ass in a fit of mafia dictator worship.

          Which limits your ability to see and to think.

        • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

          Limited compared to whom, mon petit?

        • MCC ⋅

          Yeah, you russian katsap, putin pased all the tets, especially a flying test -leading cranes to better future – what a total humiliation – putin the duck on crack….

        • Mój polski trochę głupia — trzeba lecieć do Smoleńska. Uważaj na mgły.

          A Katyn a day
          Should keep Polaks at bay

          • MCC ⋅

            I shall buy you, pathetic smelly russian katsap i barakhlo, a ‘one way ticket; Indonesia Airport – Indonesia Volcano’ flight duration 15 minutes until crash, carrier – sukhoy, take that laughing stock of the world with you – duck on crack – volotia putain with you…and enjoy your flight…

            • Polski jest na świecie najbardziej niepotrzebny język. Polska należy wyciąć między Niemcami a Rosją, raz na zawsze! Polska = Kraj gówno — mccusa = Głupi gówniarz.

              • MCC ⋅

                just to remind you, you brainless baboon, the russian is not a language any more just a local dialect – a rossiya eto odno velikye obosranye uborney – i vanuyszczyjey rusko/mongolsiey zhopy….

                • MCC ⋅

                  Can you clarify something for me – the largest mosque in Europe is being built in Moscow. Would the mosque replace cerkov vasylla blazennogo or it will be the next to kremlin?????????

                • Nobody can clarify anything to you, mccusa. Psheks are beyond learning.

                  • MCC ⋅

                    So, the largest mosque WILL BE REPLACING THE RUSKOY TSERKOV. When will the russians start destroying the russian orthodox church on the red square???? Considering that moscow is 80% not only muslim but ALSO CENTRAL ASIAN it is a right move….

                  • MCC ⋅

                    If you cannot clarify anytihing, please accept an advise from Poland.
                    The entire world is happy, another plane crashed in russia. Let’s compile the latest russian humiliating flying achievements:
                    1. May, 2012, Sukohy crashed in Indonesia – 45 dead
                    2 April ATR 72 crashed – 33 dead.
                    3. September 11 An-28 crashed
                    4. September 12, An-28 crashed 14 dead.
                    In order to improve those dismal ‘achievements Poland suggests that volodia putin, instead of guiding the cranes in his pathetic contraption the fearless leader should guide russian planes to safety and bright future…..Poland is being vindicated …

                    • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

                      An-28 is the Ukrainian design produced in Mielec, in Poland just like the famous flying coffin An-2. Both of them should be nicknamed “The Polish revenge”.

                    • MCC ⋅

                      since when antonov’s Nice try, buat no – obosranye russkiye barakhlo – it is russian designed or rather stolen design from the West and ‘intgelligently’ copied by retarded russian baboons with the results that pleases EVERYBODY on this planet. – one crash in Russai a day makes us happy again….

                    • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

                      At least in Smolensk, yes 🙂

              • MCC ⋅

                The whole Central Asia rejected russian ‘language’ they adopted the latin alphabet fifteen minutes after the collapse of the USSR, and russia, like an old obssessive drunkard, keeps forcing the central asians to go back to cyrillic – can you get more pathetic than that, kleine schwaine…

                • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

                  “since when antonov’s Nice try, buat no – obosranye russkiye barakhlo – it is russian designed or rather stolen”

                  Hard to decipher that gibberish. But the reality is that it was designed by Antonov design bureau in Kiev, Ukraine and produced in Poland. Go read it in Polish language if you want:

                  By the way if you tell any Ukrain national that Antonovs, for example AN-124 or AN-225, are Russian aeroplanes instead of Ukrainian he would probably bit all the shit out of you. Have a try.

                • Rare_F5_Twister ⋅

                  Pure bullshit! Out of all Central Asian states only Turkmenistan has a latin based alphabet. The rest of them i.e. Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgizstan have cyrillic one. And Uzbekistan uses latin and cyrillic interchangeably.

                • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

                  Chaaaaaaaaaaaansooooooooooon d’amouuuuuuuuuuuuuur

                  En till häftig låt, mccusa! Kan du texten utantill?

  5. elmer ⋅

    An example of Rosshan boorish behavior under Putler’s dicatatorship – not far from St. Petersburg.

    The story was also in Komsomolskaya Pravda.

    Two women pensioners were driving near a church, when they were cut off by a Hyundai. The had to slam on the brakes, and wound up just 10 cm. from the other car.

    One of them got out of her car, walked up to the offending car, knocked on the window, and asked the driver “what are you doing?”

    The male driver got out of his car, and slugged the woman, while holding keys in his hand, splitting the woman’s lip wide open.

    Her sister tried to come to her rescue. The man got back into his car and started the engine. However, the sisters blocked his path by standing in front of and in back of his car, and passing drivers also stopped and blocked the Hyundai.

    The sons of the pensioner women drove up on the scene, and began calling the police, to which the male driver responded “sure, go ahead and call the police, even the FSB, nothing will happen to me.”

    Turns out the male driver is a Russian “priest.” A “protodeacon” – the Rooshan church has a ton of hierarchy.

    The women suffered head trauma and one of them had to have 3 stitches in her lip.

  6. mingthemerciless ⋅

    Mon Freddie is obviously a communist…but oddly all communists outside Russia hate Putin as a traitor to the “cause”.
    One must then conclude by F-Raide Lemou’s comments, that he is a Russian, most likely an FSB agent…no other people are so slavishly subservient to the head of this sordid mafia!
    Le larbin à Pout-pout Poutine…

  7. Zelyucha ⋅

    Russia needs to abolish homeschooling; as well as all religious and private schooling completely. Restore the Soviet educational system and bar any religious texts or discourse from the classroom.

    • MCC ⋅

      Also russia needs to reopen the gulags, the ONLY infrastructure that works in russia and send 100% of russian slaves there – the russians wouldn’t resist, believe me zelyucha you will be the first to go….

    • Q: How do you persuade the entire Pshek population to leave permanently for Siberia?

      A: By opening a Catholic Boarding School with American flags all over the place.

      • MCC ⋅

        poor pathetic barakhlo you are running of jokes – this is NOT FULLY, gospodin polihylu forehead, genitalias, right arm, left arm…..

      • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

        Jag tror, jag tror på sommaren. Det är en rätt schysst låt, faktiskt. Känner du till den, mccusa?

      • MCC ⋅

        And by the way Siberia is already chinese am I right???

      • Manfred Steifschwanz ⋅

        När kukarna står som hammarskaft
        Och fittorna rinner som hallonsaft
        Ja, då är det vår

        Det du, mccusa!

        • MCC ⋅

          russkiye barakhlo – thanks for confirming the status quo – siberia is chinese – siberia has been always Chinese, just 100 years ago russians stole it from China. Chinese just retaking their territory… Paniyatno, obosranyi muzhik….

      • MCC ⋅

        By the way, all over siberia there are thousands upon thousands of CATHOLIC CHURCHES BUILT BY POLISH POPULATION – SO Poland should have claimed Siberia. A propos, in Siberia, ANYTHING cultural, sophisticated, and beautiful e.g., churches, government buildings, schools, businesses were built by Polish people, hence expanding the European culture to the wilderness of russia..

  8. Wow that was odd. I just wrote an really long comment but after I clicked
    submit my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again.
    Anyways, just wanted to say excellent blog!

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