Tanks in the City

Tanks in the City

In the morning, tanks and missiles have arrived to the city. Tens of the machines, roaring thru the wide streets of Moscow. Widescreen photos available on click.

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Wonder what is it all about? That’s a “Victory Day Parade” rehearsal.

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11 thoughts on “Tanks in the City”

  1. “Vladimir, if we show Russian passenger cars during the parade, we shall become a laughingstock. And, you know, the nazis surrounding Mother Russia think that the ZILs are somewhat… dieselpunk.” “Throw in a few of them nazi-imperialist-NATO beemers to show our might.”

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    • for now we do not make good cars so what? but we make good weapons ) czech make nothing but skoda and good beer. )

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  2. I’m afraid that mentally defective, paranoid, and utterly ignorant users like you, CZenda, as well as other infantile histrionics should never leave their ridiculous and pointless comments on this website, unless they want to become a laughingstock.

    Although it is a bit hard to teach those who are characterised by mental deficiency, I’ll try to explain – plain and simple – how worthless your current comment is. The fact that Russian cars are, in general, simpler and worse than those produced in the Western world (the vast majority of Russian automobiles are cheap ‘ok’ cars, just like VAZ Largus, – simple, noisy, easily repairable), has nothing to do with the Russian military production. Unlike in the Soviet times, today Russian car manufacturers are joint-stock private companies and their up and downs neither praise nor discredit the Russian government; moreover, the largest Russian automobile manufacturer, AvtoVAZ, is under control of Renault-Nissan and has a Swedish businessman as its president. Also, nobody in the Russian media has ever claimed that ‘Mother Russia’ is surrounded by ‘nazis’ – only the current Ukrainian government was labelled as ‘fascist’ both by the official Russian media and the pro-Russian population of south-eastern Ukraine. AMO ZiL does not produce any serial ‘somewhat dieselpunk’ cars, and NATO and EU countries are no longer referred to as ‘imperialist’ in the Russian press.

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