23 Boycott of Wine

Boycott of Wine

Posted on April 25, 2007 by


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Russian government has declared a boycott for wine from Moldova, so they confiscated all the Molodova wine in Moscow and put in one place and then used tractors to destroy it. But tractor is not so perfect in this job so there was left a lot of leftovers which attracted locals for some free wine. Pics and videos are below. Even policemen were interested in bottle or two of some illegal wine.

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23 Responses to “Boycott of Wine”

  1. madineg says:

    Lieber Frau und Kind erschiessen, als n Tropfen Alk vergiessen.

  2. Borah a.k.a. Sarah Levi-Alkolupukki says:

    Халява! (untranslatable).
    Where was i when it happen! I want free vodka too!

  3. OverLoad says:

    eto ne vodka eto vino ze

    uu blin vkusnoje naverno,..ili neochen

  4. Delicious says:

    How to kill a Russian:

    Put a bottle of Vodka in the middle of a busy highway.

    • Boris Abramov says:

      LOL

      How to kill a Redneck:

      Tell him that Africa is not a country…

      His head will explode with mental strain :)

      HA HA HA

      • TroubleMaker says:

        Definition of a Eurotrash: Anyone who would ever consume wine made in Russia. Yak! The French actually did something right for a change.

        • Boris Abramov says:

          Whoops…..I think I offended a redneck :(

          Sorry :)

        • TroubleMaker says:

          It seems like you are letting your multi-personality disorder get the best of you. Please stick to your medications and shock therapy. It seems like on somedays you consider the “Big Glorious Russian Empire” to consist of everything past, present, and imaginary. I guess you are being dominated by your “Little Russia is only Moscow” personality. Ugh! I just don’t know which one to reply to anymore. :)

          • Boris Abramov says:

            Texas1 WTF are you talking about? Honestly man, get out of Texas as soon as possible before the few brain cells you have left will die out completely!!

            Just trying to help :)

        • Finnish Nazi Hetero Capitalist Milk Drinker Online says:

          Yes, but your definition of Russia changes on a daily basis. For example, on some days, you consider all of the republics as being a part of Russia and then on other days you blow up and say they aren’t a part of Russia. It’s kind of like your mood swings and your rants about non-Russian influenced media and then your praise towards Pravda. Hilarious!

        • Boris Abramov says:

          Yes, whether it was politically motivated is a diferent story. I, for one, happen to think it was..

  5. John from Kansas says:

    Save one for me!

  6. Noggin says:

    All that wine is good currency
    I want a box

  7. I am says:

    Poison wine

  8. alex says:

    Great video! I have tried Georgian and Moldavian wine on a few ocasions and at some stage even thought it botgh were really good. However, after trying Australian wine (in the range of $5-10, realised that Georgian and Moldovian resources should have been long diverted to manufacturing something else. How all these people could even smell that wine?

  9. TimO says:

    I think its wonderful that they got a chance to get all the free wine…what a wonderful sight..at least it didnt go to waste…

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