31 They Came With Peace

They Came With Peace

Posted on October 24, 2007 by

wasps in Russian house 1

Can you guess what this thing is?

wasps in Russian house 2

Yes that’s a giant wasp nest that one Russian blogger has found on the window of his flat in a multi-stored house.

wasps in Russian house 3

wasps in Russian house 4

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31 Responses to “They Came With Peace”

  1. chococat says:

    I’d want to evict myself from there.

  2. Those wasps have been very busy indeed.

    I don’t think I’ve seen a wasps nest quite so big. Here in the UK they would be about half that size.

  3. Babushka says:

    These creature are African Killer Wasp from Africa. They brutally killed all inhabitants of house, then moved on to other residence in down the street. No body survived this slaughter and Wasps celebrated a resounded victory for airbourne insect worldwide. 39 Russian homeless people dead!

    Please give generous money to my fund, we combat this MEANACE! It’s here: http://www.babushka-peace-with-wasp-fund.com

    • Carol Lynn says:


    • anti-wasp task force says:

      Did they make a video of their victory celebration? If so, they may post it, like Al Qaeda does.

      Is there a spokesperson for the African Killer Wasps from Africa (AKWA is the acronym for this new terror organization.), someone to warn the Russian people of the next attack?

      Maybe the Russian military should equip their Hind helos with a mechanism to spray these terrorists in their hive.

  4. bullet in your head says:

    I had a wasp nest of similar size at my home a couple of years ago … that was trouble and annoying enough … poor guy.

  5. sigh says:

    why doesnt he just burn it? then put it on youtube i’d love to see that. is wasp nest ignitable?

  6. Dixieland says:

    Those look like Hornets.

  7. chicken says:


    I had one of those in my attic once, some men in uniforms( they were HOT) came and took it away, it was scary!

  8. sugar daddy says:

    damn thats a big nest, i would call an exterminator to take care of it.

  9. Richard S. says:

    If it were me, I would take out the Raid or a pressure washer to exterminate them

    • John from Kansas says:

      Do the Raid at night.

      • Jennifer says:

        Early in the morning would work as well.

      • Zafarad says:

        How cruel you are.why are you so insisting to displace innocent,tiny flies?when you humans destroyed every inch of natural habitats of species and wild life,they have right to attack and capture human settlements! ! ! ! !.remember 60`s Hollywood’s movies,where giant flies,birds,reptiles and rabbits took revenge to the human aggressors.some day it might be true.i hope God will not allow bad humans to destroy our planet.

  10. Tim in Pa. says:

    Whats the big deal its a hornet nest! hose it down at night with a can or two of wasp and hornet spray wait a day and then knock it down! You fellas dont deal with these kinda thing often do ya. Whats the worst that can happen you get stung a few times! Dont be a wuss your not gonna die! unless your allergic to bee stings and in that case dont mess with it,wait till first frost and then knock it down! Problem solved!

    • anti-wasp task force says:

      Tim in PA,
      It is obvious that you are not a terror expert, or you would know the answer to your question.

      Please see the confidential report, obtained at great risk to operatives, from Babushka, above.

      African Killer Wasps from Africa (AKWA) are not to be toyed with.

      Or, maybe you just don’t care for the lives of people, as long as they are homeless Russian people?

      Please, Tim in PA, have a heart.

  11. Eris says:

    Eww, disgusting!

  12. Ethel, the aardvark says:

    Please to post .gif


  13. Scarycrow says:

    This photo published by russian blogger, but he shoot it in China.

  14. Chuck in USA says:

    I knew it. I have seen a picture of a wasp nest that filled the back seat of a small, abandoned car. No kidding.

  15. Gurtek-singh says:

    hurry run………..

  16. jason says:

    are they hornets

  17. David Levy says:

    Set the nest on fire the buildings brick it won’t burn. Get a BBQ lighter and light the tip and close the window as soon as the nest starts to smoke the wasp will fly away then you can trow water on the nest and put it out. Or you could just hit it with a broom.

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