Thursday, January 31, 2008


Last night DR1 aired a documentary about the KGB's use of an airbase on Greenland for transporting political prisoners to a Soviet gulag at Guantanamo, Cuba.

Officially labeled "terrorists" by the government controlled media, the prisoners were transported from secret KGB prisons behind the Iron curtain. Others came from the Soviet Republic of Uzbekistan and pro-Soviet countries in the Middle East.

In a manner typical of the totalitarian Soviet state, the prisoners are often abducted in their native countries by KGB agents, imprisoned without trial and reportedly tortured.

The Danish opposition led by the Liberal and Conservative Party demands an investigation and view this as yet another reason to break our military and economical ties with the Soviet Union, including our commitment to the unjust war in Afghanistan against the Muslim freedom fighters known as the Taleban.

Retro babe "...Oh, ah, you're almost naked, Mrs. Himmler, - Is something wrong with the heater?.."
Panzer Pzkpfw III, Ausf M
A long barreled 50 mm gun gave some extra punch to the Panzer III which by 1942 had seen its prime. Note that camouflage paint has also been applied to the spare tracks on the front end of the panzer. These were often welded in place to serve as extra protection against the 76 mm guns of the Russian T-34 and American Sherman tanks.
(unfortunately) Also my people
(regrettably) Also my war

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