Perhaps, as long as fast food exists so much time we argue about its harm to our health. We could see many accusatory TV programms and read dozens of books and articles about it. In their turn, representatives of fast food networks do their best to rehabilitate themselves in all possible ways adding various salads, yoghurt and fruits to their menues. They print information about food energy and convince us of innocence of
their wonderful burgers. Lately they have increasingly invited journalists and bloggers to watch fast food production in order they could see themselves that their rolls are the best in the whole world and there is nothing in their cutlets but 100% meat. This time we are invited to the Italian enterprise MARR RUSSIA where they produce beef cutlets for McDonalds's restaurants in Russia.
For the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Chernobyl accident they are going to turn the exclusion zone into a giant museum-park. It is believed that excursions there will be popular among tourists. This place used to be a home for someone. After the
explosion this area became "a desert island." Chernobyl became a synonym of "death" and many hearts are still wrung when this tragedy is mentioned. However it doesn't prevent them from turning this evil place into an amusement park.
A month before the collapse of the Soviet Union, on 7th, September, 1991, as it happened each year, in Moscow there was held another demonstration devoted to the anniversary of the Russian Revolution. People of various political
convictions and aspirations took their flags and posters and came into the streets. An American tourist Ray Cunningham took some photos of demonstrators and, of course, he didn't expect how rare these shots would be in 19 years...