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The other side of the cold war - talking about politics in the EU, history of the USSR and the Eastern European region in general. Mostly for Americans, who also happen to be history geeks. Also, we're all friends here, and have beer! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theeasternborder.

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The other side of the cold war - talking about politics in the EU, history of the USSR and the Eastern European region in general. Mostly for Americans, who also happen to be history geeks. Also, we're all friends here, and have beer! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theeasternborder.

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Coolest podcast out there

By $cuba $steve - Feb 17 2020
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I love how this podcast is from the Latvian perspective. I love the stories, anecdotes, Soviet propaganda quotes, and all the jokes about daily life and government ludicrousness. Keep up the good work.

A gem

By aureus2900 - Jun 11 2019
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One of the best podcasts out there. Full stop.

iTunes Ratings

446 Ratings
Average Ratings
405
16
6
6
13

Coolest podcast out there

By $cuba $steve - Feb 17 2020
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I love how this podcast is from the Latvian perspective. I love the stories, anecdotes, Soviet propaganda quotes, and all the jokes about daily life and government ludicrousness. Keep up the good work.

A gem

By aureus2900 - Jun 11 2019
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One of the best podcasts out there. Full stop.
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The Eastern Border

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The other side of the cold war - talking about politics in the EU, history of the USSR and the Eastern European region in general. Mostly for Americans, who also happen to be history geeks. Also, we're all friends here, and have beer! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/theeasternborder.

Rank #1: Man of Steel 1 - Stalin 101

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Greetings, Comrades! In this episode, we discuss Stalin. ALL that is Stalin. Superman can take a rest...if he was real, and Stalin were the head of the USSR, Supes would end up in a GULAG. We're talking about a man, who almost killed his father, when he was 7. Intentionally. Also, he's endured almost everything. And yeah...this is the happiest episode of the series that I have to make about the person who's responsible for the genocide of my people. About one of the greatest men in history...and one of the most evil, bloodthirstiest men in history. Enjoy. Or not. It's more about me, telling the story this time.

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Jun 11 2017

58mins

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Rank #2: Episode 10 – Chernobyl

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Greetings, Comrades!
We’ve had a rough February – and we didn’t manage to fix all of our errors in the previous podcasts, but…here we are nonetheless. This show was one of the hardest ever to make, and I really hope you’ll not only enjoy it, but will also take some time to understand the depth of the tragedy. Today’s picture is – Pripyat. Empty, irradiated and ghastly, it stands there to remind us of the evils of ignorance.

Please, support us on Patreon (or here) and leave us good ratings on iTunes. And check out Lesser Bonapartes and other Dark Myths shows!

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Feb 29 2016

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Rank #3: Belarus

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Greetings, Comrades! Here's our new episode for you! It's about a country sligthly to the south east of ours, that will probably cease to exist sometime next year. 

And also some info:

1. There's going to be a special new year's ep for Patrons later today.

2. Audio on this one was pretty inconsistent, because I don't even know what happened with my recording setup, so we're working on it.

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Dec 31 2019

39mins

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Rank #4: Ghosts of the Aral sea

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Greetings, Comrades!

I’m sort of ok. But in this dark time of mine, I want to bring you one of the most impactful episodes out there. Moreso even than Chernobyl, the stuff that’s happening in the now-drying Aral sea, specifically in the ressurection/rebirth island…yeah. Wanted to do this for a while, and my illness allowed me to do it. Picture: Aral sea with the island.

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Jul 25 2019

42mins

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Rank #5: Sex in the USSR (18+)

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Greetings, Comrades. I started this ep as a fun thing, about the weird sex-ed book from the Soviet Union. As it stands now, this episode is raw, brutal, sincere, explicit, ugly, offensive and just the story that needed to be told. Because it ended up being about how the whole regime oppressed people, how they tried to control and “normalize” the most intimate aspects of people’s lives and…how those lives were ruined. Also, this is seriously 18+ – I didn’t sugarcoat anything. I didn’t hide anything. And everything’s brutal and honest. Do NOT listen to this if you’re a minor, or overtly emotional or easily offended. You have been warned.

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Dec 02 2018

37mins

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Rank #6: Trumping Russia

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Greetings, Comrades!

This week was a very busy one in the political sense, with the Trump and Putin meeting in Helsinki, and many of you on Facebook and Twiter had asked me to give my insights and opinions about the current events because of that. So…obviously, I complied. Now, this one might sound a bit rambly again, and goes off topic – but the sheer chaos of everything that has been going on, and the fact that we now, truly, do live in very interesting times, means that I had to condense a lot of information. Not particulary proud of this episode, frankly…but I hope it’ll provide you with a fresh look and maybe make you think about the recent events a bit deeper. Enjoy!

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Jul 22 2018

51mins

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Rank #7: Episode 2 – The Soviet Army

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Greetings, Tovarischi! This episode is about the Soviet army, it’s military might and the trials and tribulations of the common soldier – as heard from those very common soldiers. (And, of course, historical background and information on this as well.) Leave your comments below, and don’t forget to tell everyone about this podcast. 

Also, I recommend you to go and listen to the Naval History Podcast, by Buckner F. Melton jr. because that podcast really deserves more attention. You can do that here: http://navalhistorypodcast.com/

And to make the lawyers happy: The intro music is a fragment from “My Army” by the Red Army Choir, and the epilogue is from “She thinks herself immortal” by Jim Rooster, used under the Creative Commons licence.

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Jul 28 2015

52mins

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Rank #8: Chernobyl: Series analysis

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Greetings, Comrades!

By popular demand, in this episode, we analyze what the awesome HBO series got right, what they got wrong, why the mistakes were made and does it impact the show in any meaningful way. Enjoy!

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Aug 27 2019

40mins

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Rank #9: Practical guide to Revolutions. An interview with Mike Duncan!

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Greetings, Comrades!

Here’s our episode from the Sound Education conference – we managed to acquire an interview with famous Rome expert and theoretical revolutionary Mike Duncan, and talked about the various aspects of history, podcasting and…well, what makes a good revolutionary. Enjoy!

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Oct 17 2019

40mins

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Rank #10: Man of Steel 17: Of Cults, Books and Eliminating the Opposition

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Greetings, Comrades!

This time, we’re back to our Stalin series, and you get to hear our new editor’s voice too. This episode serves as a wrap-up and a move to a whole new era. Both for the show, and for Stalin – who, at this point, has destroyed the triumvirate, dealt with Trotsky, and…well has ran a massive campaign against illiteracy, which was amazing for him, because you know, when you’ve learned how to read and write using Stalinist propaganda…yeah, what could possibly go wrong there. Enjoy!

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Sep 24 2018

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Rank #11: Men who loved War

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Greetings, Comrades!

This episode is dedicated to my colleagues and great journalists – Orhan Dzhemal, Alexander Rastorguyev and Kirill Radchenko. They were killed in Central African Republic, while investingating the actions of PWC Wagner there, and the reasons why the Russian merc group was there in the first place.

Shoutout to Sam Davis from The Inward Empire podcast who edited this.

In memoriam.

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Aug 06 2018

59mins

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Rank #12: So I was in America…also Dan Carlin

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Greetings, Comrades!

So, I shipped out to Boston, and went on and had a speech in Harvard, walked the freedom trail in full and did a lot of fun and interesting things in the USA. Also, had a short spot-on interview with Our Lord and Master, Supreme Podcaster, Saint of All who use the Microphone, Dan Carlin. Which is in the end of the episode. Seriously tho, I really liked eagleland, and ths is my story about the experiences there, with the Dan Carlin interview in the end, which I did together with Sam Davis from the Inward Empire podcast. Enjoy!

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Nov 07 2018

40mins

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Rank #13: Zaharchenko and Prisons

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Greetings, Comrades!

Due to the death of our favourite separatist, Alexander Zaharchenko in an explosion, I just had to make an episode about it. And then it quite smoothly turned into a gruesome explanation of the “Ponatiya” – the unwritten prison laws, and their harsh inner caste system and things you should and shouldn’t do if you get sentenced in Russia, Belarus or other places in the post-Soviet sphere. But yeah – warning, it does get VERY unsettling.

Enjoy. I…hope?

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Sep 05 2018

59mins

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Rank #14: Man of Steel 18: Teatime discussions about Uncle Joe

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Greetings, Comrades!

This episode is a great discusson with Sebastian Major from https://ourfakehistory.com/ podcast! He’s just done a great three part series on Stalin myths, which you all should go and listen to immediately. We talk about Uncle Joe, about how he’s portrayed, how he’s influenced history and how sometimes, the hardest part is admitting that it’s humans who’re the greatest villain, and not monsters.


P.S. If you’re in the area, come to the Sound Education conference in Harvard – https://www.soundeducation.fm/ I’ll be speaking there on 2nd of November, my speech is from 3.30PM to 4PM in the Divinity Hall, Divinity Chapel there!

Enjoy!

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Oct 29 2018

53mins

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Rank #15: Red Dawn 8 - Intermarium

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Greetings, Comrades! Today’s episode had a very troubled production. Basically, we had to re-do the script completely, when in the fact-checking segment of the production, we were forced to throw out huge chunks of the material, because it just couldn’t be verified and turned out to be published in some very shady news sites. And it’s no wonder, really, seeing how history is used these days to advance political agendas. For that, we also advance the timeline in Russia a bit, and you get to listen about the gruesome murders of the Romanovs. And the reasons why all of us, in the Baltics, were actually able to beat Bolsheviks in 1918 – 1920. Because “war communism” encapsulates many meanings. Enjoy. If you can.

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Apr 27 2017

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Rank #16: Estonia tragedy

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Greetings, Comrades!

This episode is all about the weird Estonia tragedy - the ferry, no the country, that happened in 1994. One of the most tragic sea incidents ever, with 859 people dead, it carries a lot of crazy conspiratorial material. Some of which has been proven to be true. Yet, for the victim and survivor families, there is pretty much still no justice.

Enjoy!

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Oct 23 2019

44mins

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Rank #17: Man of Steel 16 - The Triumvirate

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Greetings, Comrades!

This time, we’re back to history, And we’re looking at the final conflict of Lenin and Stalin, and how the whole system slowly turned into the pyramid of power that we’ve learned to know and love. Love in quotation marks, of course. Together with the constitution of 1924. Enjoy!

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Jul 31 2018

55mins

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Rank #18: Episode 3 – Soviet Culture 101

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Greetings, Tovarischi! In this episode I’ll try to introduce you to the basics of the Soviet culture life. And don’t worry, I will return to this subject sometime in the future I well. I hope you’ll enjoy the show.

Also, the word “tovarisch” is a latinized spelling of the word  “Товарищ” meaning “Comrade” – and the way of me, pronouncing in the show is the proper Russian pronunciation of it. I received a question about the meaning of this from a listener, and as the answer isn’t included in the show, I thought I should post it here.

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Aug 09 2015

45mins

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Rank #19: Spy Boat 1: We don't even get to the boat

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Greetings, Comrades!

Some episodes make me feel bad – but for various reasons. Some have awful subject matters, some…like this one, was created from a source so awful and incoherent – even though the subject matter is really interesting – that making a coherent narrative was just a massive pain in the backside. Oh, and we don’t even get to the boat itself. Because seriously, if I’d try to mix that one in as well, you’d probably get very confused at the end. But the groundwork needs to be set, and this is what we do here. Enjoy!

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Apr 17 2020

34mins

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Rank #20: Red Dawn 9 - NEPman Stalin

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Greetings, Comrades! I'll be honest with you - the previous week has been a living hell for me, I'm dealing with a dying grandfather, for whom I have to do all the paperwork while he's still here with us. And it's hard. And Alice has exam season. And Alice spilled water on her laptop, so I had to re-record the whole episode. And then, we had to fix some factual errors in our episode, as it turns out, some of the documentaries that we watched were literally based in nothing. But...we pulled through. We did our best, and clenched our teeth and did amazing things. Like the Soviet people, during the NEP era, when they finally got some opportunities to do some private enterprises. Or, like Stalin, who, even though, curbed all of those private business activities, nonetheless kind of represents the stereotypical NEP-man in the political world. He was shrewd, cunning, tough, witty and...indescribably selfish, evil and with no sense of honor or loyalty to his allies. But...in a way, that's how the businessmen in...

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May 25 2017

1hr 16mins

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Russian Alaska 6 – God is in heaven and the Tzar is far away

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Greetings, Comrades! We’re done with western Siberia. Time to march forward and expand isaiak ever further into the east, while Tzar establishes cities, industrial centers and, of course, all sorts of places where they’ll later exile various revolutionaries. Enjoy!

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Aug 01 2020

28mins

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Khabarovsk and Russian Sauna

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Greetings, Comrades! This is our take on the protests in Khabarovsk – and of course, their new governor, which is a candidate for “weirdest bills introduced in a parliament ever” award. It’s crazy. Also, don’t forget that we just published a new historical episode too – so, check it out, your feed should contain both!

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Jul 26 2020

26mins

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Russian Alaska 5 – Tribal Adventures

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Greetings, Comrades!

Welcome to part 5 of our episodes of Russian colonial efforts, expanding east. This one took a long time to make, so it’s supplemented by a political episode too, posted separately. Enjoy!

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Jul 26 2020

39mins

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The Day Russia Wasn't

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Greetings, comrades!

So, that voting thing passed. I want to go back to Siberial colonisation. But I asked online, on socilal media, do you really NEED an episode on the utter amd complete nonsense that just happened…and the answer was “No, but we need You to tell us about it”. And I am telling you about the ultimate farce in election rigging that has ever happened. And continuation on the super antisemitic orthodox priest that took over a monastery. Because why not. Retrurning to reasonable episodes next week, I guess,

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Jul 10 2020

25mins

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Voting that isn't

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Greetings, Comrades!

This is our cathch-up on the Russian politics and it ain’t pretty.

Enjoy!

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Jun 30 2020

23mins

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Russian Alaska 4 - Blood on the snow

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Greetings, Comrades!

Today we continue digging into Russian exploits of colonizing Siberia. In this episode we look at first major battles, deaths of prominent people and how the native people’s got dehumanized.

Enjoy!

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Jun 28 2020

43mins

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Russian Alaska 3: Privateering, but on land

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Greetings, Comrades!

Today we are continuing our fun advendtures in Siberia with Yermak and others. And learn about the Mighty Stroganov family. It’s a wild ride.

Enjoy!

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Jun 19 2020

35mins

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Russian Alaska 2: Tax Collectors but very armed

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Greetings, Comrades!

We’re experiencing electricity loss here in Ludza, due to hail and a massive storm. So, I literally couldn’t record all I wanted in this episode, but please enjoy the stories of Siberian colonisation up to the mid 17th century. Enjoy!

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Jun 11 2020

35mins

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Russian Alaska 1: Into Siberia

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Greetings, Comrades!

Obviously, I wasn’t going to tackle all of Russian Alaska in one episode. Because the subject is so huge, that it involves ALL of Russian Empire’s colonial policy. So, for this reason, have one of the darkest ep’s on the show, about how and why I’m not gonna use any Soviet sources in these series. And I also try to give voices to the unheard people’s of the Russian empire. Enjoy!

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May 31 2020

48mins

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May Madness Minisode

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Greetings, Comrades!

In this minisode, I explain what sort of bizzarre weird reaction happened JUST after I posted my Kadyrov ep. That is, how we're all evil now, and why I, too, apparently have issues with cops.

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May 31 2020

11mins

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Ramzan Kadyrov has Covid!

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Greetings, Comrades!

This episode is another topical one, but that’s because I had intended to do my Latvian episode, but Delfi, the hosting site cancelled all indie podcasts there. Oh well.  Anyhow, this is news, because I was nervous and also a Russian National-Bolshevik, which is basically a Pro-Putin, Pro-Stalin Neo-Nazi who’s funded by Russia, working for Sputnik.tv as a blogger has now gone to Latvian cops and wrote that I’m about to murder him and that he’s deadly afraid of me, because I wrote on his last super provocative hatred bullshit that people like him should be shot, while tipsy. Boo. We’re scary now. Let’s see how this works out, but just in case, I’m letting you know.

Enjoy!

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May 26 2020

30mins

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Boats 2. Kind of.

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Greetings, Comrades!

The author’s family, turns out, wasn’t happy about our show. They forbade me to use their matherials…so I brought another KGB spy story for you this time. And man…I HATE people’s personal memoires. Interviews are way easier to process into a script. But…at any rate, enjoy!

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May 19 2020

41mins

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Glorious Incompetence

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Greetings, Comrades! This episode has everything. Protests, rioting, conspiracy theories, warmongering, hatred of america, absolute mad lads from Russian GosDuma…everything. At this point, Russia has 3 out of 4 apocalypse riders, and Death doesn’t seem to be that far away.

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Apr 27 2020

34mins

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Spy Boat 1: We don't even get to the boat

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Greetings, Comrades!

Some episodes make me feel bad – but for various reasons. Some have awful subject matters, some…like this one, was created from a source so awful and incoherent – even though the subject matter is really interesting – that making a coherent narrative was just a massive pain in the backside. Oh, and we don’t even get to the boat itself. Because seriously, if I’d try to mix that one in as well, you’d probably get very confused at the end. But the groundwork needs to be set, and this is what we do here. Enjoy!

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Apr 17 2020

34mins

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Prison Riot Mini

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I'm recording the boat ep, but this just happened, and I simply had to put it for your consideration

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Apr 11 2020

11mins

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A cursed episode

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Greetings, Comrades!

Boat is coming. Meanwhile, we take a look at how to not to run a country. If it’s being run at this point. It’s all a tad bit weird. Russia’s getting some extra stuff even not counting the virus. Enjoy!

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Apr 08 2020

35mins

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The Purple Mummy (Anatoly Dneprov, 1965)

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And as promised, I bring you some very Soviet Sci-Fi! More to come, especially if you’ll join our patreon. Enjoy!

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Mar 31 2020

51mins

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Covid 19 is a tool for democracy

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Greetings, Comrades!

We’re fully awake from our infection. And might even read the comments on our website and respond to them, which I haven’t in a while. But anyways, this is all about how Putin’s regime is acting like a fish out of water, and don’t know what to do with this situation. This virus…just might be their downfall.

Enjoy!

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Mar 30 2020

35mins

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Fever Dreams

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So, I’m in quarantine now. And I’m feeling very ill too. 🙁 To stay alive, and not just sleep all the time, I’ve decided to produce podcasts, so that you also go through this agony. In this one, I try to talk about plagues and famous people who’ve suffered from them in Russia. Enjoy!

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Mar 26 2020

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Quarantine

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Greetings, Comrades!

In the light of the Covid-19, storming arount the world, our buddy, Vovochka, has decided to basically nullify his own presidental terms. Together with oil prices and rouble. It’s more funny than you think. By this point, Putin's carreer needs to be a Blumhouse movie.

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Mar 16 2020

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Coolest podcast out there

By $cuba $steve - Feb 17 2020
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I love how this podcast is from the Latvian perspective. I love the stories, anecdotes, Soviet propaganda quotes, and all the jokes about daily life and government ludicrousness. Keep up the good work.

A gem

By aureus2900 - Jun 11 2019
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One of the best podcasts out there. Full stop.