Transdniestrians Urge Putin: Conquer Us Next

Nina Shtanski
Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski of Moldovan region urges Russia to invade
Just days after the top NATO commander expressed concern the area could be within Russia’s sights, the foreign minister of breakaway Moldovan region Transdniestria is drawing attention for her gushing praise of recent events in Crimea.

Foreign Minister Nina Shtanski of Russian-speaking Transdniestria stated:

The obvious match of the will expressed by people in Crimea and Transdniestria demonstrates that the Russian World is uniting and the people’s wish for unity cannot be stopped.

Read more at The Daily Mail Online.

How Russia is Meddling with the Dark Side of the West

Faces of leadership
The foreign press often can be counted on for a fresh perspective:

… we assisted a fall of the middle class everywhere, the increase of the global debt, a fall of safety, education, hygiene and culture. But the system has never been so hard or efficient. We had many wars and liquidation of populations. Need a clown? Vote Obama. Need amusement? Buy an Apple. And in Paris or London forget on a black small screen the ten or twenty squared meters you live in.

Read more at Pravda.