This is Pasha. Someone has stole his video and put it on Internet, now many Russians have watched it and it became sort of a viral one. Many can't understand why they watch Pasha but say they can't stop. Some of the selected comments: "Why is he doing this?" "He is like Neo" "What a beautiful place and scenery!" "Pasha is great!" "Is he a sort of shaman? Summoning the rain?" "Why do he look
round all the time?" "What is this 'back to the wild" about?" "His movements are precise and accurate." "Looks like his jeans coat gives him more power" "Van Damme for homeless" "He looks like a maniac." "It was funny when he molested trees" "If we get more of such from all Russia the enemies would run scared" ...and many more
Yesterday in the news there was a story about Russian soldier who was beaten to death by other soldiers while on the exam to get accepted to Special Forces service. It comes out that they have a special tradition on those exams when the wannabe soldier have to face a few of Russian active service
special force desperados for a given amount of minutes, and should not get down. I don't know have the soldier in question got down or not, but he died as a result of the "exam". And here are some photos of those who were more fortunate than him and passed the exam.
There are young people who sympathize nazis in Russia, like in many other countries. They don't tolerate anyone not belonging to the white race, wear big boots and short haircuts and usually celebrate Hitler's birthday. Stop, it seems here they are failing, as was proved by some Russian anti-nazi blog post. Russian guy collected the various
photos from the WW2 where and showed that Nazi troops have consisted from those who modern nazi lovers have to hate, so preaching Hitler should be totally illogical in their case. So now Russian internet nazis seems to stuck in dilemma - can Hitler be their idol or not? Below, one can find that compilation.