Science fiction; during the cold war years

“Technology-Youth” 1971 №7- USSR

Cover writing and translate in English

КЛУБ ЛЮБИТЕЛЕИ ФАНТАСТИКИ- Fiction literature club

НАУЧНО-ФАНТАСТИЧЕСКИЙ РАССКАЗ -Science-fiction story

СКВОЗЬ ЧЕРНЫЕ ПУСТЫНИ – Through the Black Desert

Георгий ОСТРОВСКИЙ, г. Одесса – George Ostrovsky, Odessa

For reading the story “Through the Black Desert” written by George Ostrovsky

http://ka4.ru/web/46154/40804-41813

Russian style:) ‘If you want to fly, give the plane a push’

An airplane has never so much supported by the people on the planet 🙂

Hardy Siberians undaunted by aircraft frozen on tarmac as temperatures sank to a biting minus 52C

When their plane literally froze on the ground at Igarka airport, above the Arctic Circle, there was no need to panic. Fearing the UTair service to regional capital Krasnoyarsk could be delayed, many of the 70 passengers used brute strength to free the 30-ton Tupolev 134.

Men are heard shouting: ‘Come on, push!’ As one was heard saying on a video of the incident: ‘Real men can plant a tree, build a house, and push a plane.’

Another added: ‘We just want to get back home.’

The passengers pushed the plane’s wings, moving it backwards.

By The Siberian Times reporter: ‘If you want to fly, give the plane a push’.

Amnesty Press Release – DRC: Belgian mining giant lied over bulldozing homes

First cut the trees, then kick the people out their home. This is the capitalism. The same thing is happening in everywhere, where is far away from the west eyes. Human rights mean is not only rights for yourself. One day, same threat may be knock at your home; maybe it will come in different ways, but surely it will.

MinBane

24 November 2014

A Belgian mining company, Groupe Forrest International, has consistently lied about the bulldozing of hundreds of homes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and has denied justice to those affected, said Amnesty International today in a new report.  

Bulldozed: How a mining company buried the truth about forced evictions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo provides satellite imagery and other new evidence, exposing how the company’s subsidiary, Entreprise Général Malta Forrest (EGMF), supplied bulldozers that were used to unlawfully demolish homes and forcibly evict hundreds of people living next to the company’s Luiswishi mine in Kawama, Katanga in 2009. It also details how the companies and the Congolese government have obstructed attempts to achieve justice for the villagers ever since.

“There is now overwhelming and irrefutable evidence showing that the forced evictions that Groupe Forrest International has denied for years in fact took…

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