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Unasked Guest mild version

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Unasked Guest mild version by TeeJay87
Unasked Guest mild version by TeeJay87

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Milder version of http://www.fanart-central.net/pictures/user/TeeJay87/846442/Unasked-Guest-original-version with censorship markings to limit the use of rude words.

Picture developed from http://www.fanart-central.net/pictures/user/TeeJay87/846047/All-nighter-Pussycat-WIP with Ian borrowed from http://www.fanart-central.net/pictures/user/TeeJay87/846176/Family-Shelter - Volodya Paskudnikov wasn't invited for pajama party held by Pussycats, so he's expressing his negative emotions in front of the door to their house. Good for cats, the door is Russian-resistant - made of steel hardened with vanadium with mounted leftist sensor and electronic lock with password mechanism.

95% of Russians behave in exact same way like Paskudnikov does in my picture - they're easy to be driven crazy, and once annoyed, they spew slurs with speed of AK-47 in burst mode. Woe to those, who meet angry Russian in real life - such incidents often end up with severe injuries, often leading to death, since Putin's electorate is known here of its ferocity while in berserk mode. Best examples can be found on YouTube - type "road rage Russia" and check the results; you'll be amazed that the nation of Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky and Solzhenitsyn still maintains half-savage barbarians in great quantities.

The same Russians also hate Barack Obama - not for his lack of competence as the president of the United States, but for the fact he is the president of the country they hate from fear and that they view his gestures as signs of weakness. Every Russian insult aimed at Obama is intended to be targeted at American society per se, due to Russian mental shortcut stating that "leader of a country equals citizens of that country." That's also the reason Paskudnikov is insulting Obama in front of Delilah's house - he's hoping she'd find such immature behavior so disgusting she'd expose herself for Volodya's aggression.

Delilah is saying in Polish (as non-native speaker, using English phonetic transcription) "Scram, you Moscovian bandits !".

Delilah belongs to Warner Bros.
Ian Zaleski and Volodya Paskudnikov belong to me.
 

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Category Cartoons » Crossovers
Date Submitted
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alitta2 on October 9, 2015, 8:31:37 AM

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alitta2I like how Delilah could send him to a "warmer place" in a gentle way :)
To be honest, those tunnel-minded persons like Volodya can not only be found on the Russian side, but on the American side as well, who compare Putin to Russian people (and even everyone else who live "on the other side of the former Iron Curtain"), therefore hating everything that is Russian or Eastern-European unfortunately :(
I think it is already natural that many consider a leader of a country equals to the people he leads as well (yes, personally I think too that is a bad habit).

That's why the Croatians have a bad reputation nowadays at us for example, even if it's obvious that Milanović and his government was blustering about being able to welcome the immigrants while being totally incompetent to handle the case (their right-wing opposition party HDZ has already criticized them because of that). 

TeeJay87 on October 9, 2015, 10:24:27 AM

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TeeJay87She's more civilized than our Volk-o-shevik; there's also uncensored version of this picture http://www.fanart-central.net/pictures/user/TeeJay87/846442/Unasked-Guest-original-version ;)

When I had account on dA, I've seen couple of Americans, who indeed believe in mental shortcut about "Putin being Russia, Russia being Putin"; the main difference is that propaganda of simplifications is officially approved by Kremlin (Putin pays trolls to harass Barack Obama, as allegory of the United States, in public), while its American counterpart aimed at Putin and Russians is nothing more than individual level of performing negative emotions. Barack Obama himself has made considerable efforts to establish normal relationships with Russia, but Putin keeps rejecting those with effort worth better cause. This whole relationship between White House and Kremlin can be summed up by this picture http://40.media.tumblr.com/b925eabe4c22dee9a44173db21239ff4/tumblr_nvisewdG1G1rhnukoo1_500.jpg

Most of those narrow-minded Americans are either teenagers in their rebel stage, or so-called "hicks" (awkward rural people, who lack knowledge and brain cells). I know couple of Americans, both from dA and real life, and they don't have difficulties in distinguishing Poles and Hungarians like us from Russians.

As for considering leaders of countries and inhabitants of those countries as one entity, it's natural for simpletons and people too lazy to make decent research. Too bad mental laziness has been trendy since at least recent 10 years. :(

alitta2 on October 10, 2015, 2:40:19 AM

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alitta2Of course I did only mean those hicks, not the Americans in general, but I've heard that unfortunately most of them don't even care or they just don't know anything that is outside of the States, so they might tend to mistakenly confuse Eastern-Europeans (or in worse case all of Europe like this chick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cey35bBWXls) with Russians or others. 

Sad thing, but it comes from that mental laziness you mention, or rather I'd add "brainwash by media" as well. Just believe that recently some media sources (said to be maintained by our far right-wing party Jobbik) have started a pro-Russian propaganda, so its fans have became as rabid US-haters as Volodya, but the funny fact is that prior of this propaganda they used to be the loudiest haters of Putin, comparing him to Stalin and Rákosi (who was just like Bierut in Poland, but even worse).

TeeJay87 on October 10, 2015, 4:47:14 AM

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TeeJay87That's fault of US teaching system being infiltrated by KGB in 1960s - Khrushchev created separate chamber of KGB responsible for undermining American society shortly before the Cuban Crisis of 1962, by deploying agents to Soviet embassy in Washington and consulates combined with infiltration of Russian-rooted families and student organizations in the States.

Hippie movement against the Vietnam War is model example of this tactics - hippies rose in power after Tet offensive in 1968, when United States, South Vietnam Army and their allies fought back huge offensive led by Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army; causing VC to disintegrate completely and NVA suffering such crippling blows, that it took them whole year to rebuild the army from younger conscripts. If you saw the movie "Hamburger Hill", you may remember the Vietnamese fought really hard, much more fierce than between 1965 and 1968; many of the killed-in-action NVA troops were found with displayed T-shirts with "Kill Americans" slogans in English. Those shirts weren't issued by NVA earlier in the war, which means troops of Ho Chi Minh and Vo Ngyen Giap were youngster fanatics "educated" by veterans from former operations.

But anyway, the hippies (controlled by KGB from rear seat) kept silencing victories performed by US armed forces (nobody mentioned siege of Khe Sanh, battle of Hamburger Hill being won, operation Lam Son 719, An Loc or Thanh Hoa bridge battle), while spreading aloud issues like My Lai massacre, Kent State incident and war protests in Washington D.C. The same hippies kept harassing American troops coming back home after war, doing their best (or worst) to disgust those veterans in their home societies. There's one ambigious scene in "Forrest Gump", when the protagonist comes back home as US Army E-5 sergeant and hippie asks him (wearing uniform), what does Forrest have to say about the war. Technical issue forbids Gump his speech, and hippies believe silence was his comment, so they go wild. 


Once the Paris Treaty of 1973 was signed, Hippie movement was disbanded at organization level; only small isolated communes remain mostly in California. But many academic teachers in the entire States remain influenced by leftist ideologies, claiming that "the best workforce is stupid workforce", as Marx and Lenin used to say. Thus, instead teaching history, politics and knowledge about society at level we're taught in Hungary and Poland, many teachers in the United States limit teaching program to minimum much beyond our standards. I know that from my American pen friends - at least couple of them told me, that they learned more about history of Eastern Europe from me than from their teachers.


I'm familiar with Jobbik party - they apparently admire Putin for his anti-Muslim course and anti-LGBT legislation, combined with cult of personality embracing Putin inside Russian society. Good there are decent Russians too, like Alexei Navalny, Mikhail Khodorkovsky or Mikhail Gorbachev, too bad normal Russians don't follow their examples.

alitta2 on October 10, 2015, 5:44:34 AM

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alitta2Now I've got to know something new about hippies, I didn't know their movement were actually controlled by KGB from the background, but if we think how many movements are there that are controlled by institutions close to a given government, then there's no need to wonder.
The case of Vier Pfoten (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vier_Pfoten) against Hungraian goose-raiser company Hungerit Zrt. came to my mind, because they were ordered by Austrian and German governments to sabotage the exports of Hungarian "fois gras" to Western Europe (notably to France, where it's a popular dish) via their local wing. As they succeeded with their scandalous porpaganda,  Hungerit Zrt. along with the majority of goose-raiser farmers have gone bankrupt, and the exports of Austrian and German "fois gras" rises still today.

As for Jobbik, it's hard to follow their actual identity, as they frequently change their ideology according to a given situation: for instance, they generally hate Jewish, so they support muslims against them, but because of the actual immigrant crisis they're already against muslims and support that Putin, who they used to ignore before.
Their only fix statement is that they would never support Israel and the U.S. in any circumstances.  

Saltwater on October 9, 2015, 11:27:35 AM

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SaltwaterVery cool picture.

I wish I could have this electronic device with the leftist sensor, and automatic lock in case of such a threat!  :D

TeeJay87 on October 9, 2015, 12:15:17 PM

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TeeJay87Same here. ;)

I've had idea about adding to the picture sawed-off shotgun like this http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Sawed-off_shotgun_%28Fallout:_New_Vegas%29 mounted in the door, beneath the knob and leftist sensor. Somehow it looked strange in the picture, but it'd have made excellent supplement to leftist-proof door, don't you think ?

Falconlobo on October 8, 2015, 8:38:19 PM

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Falconlobocool

TeeJay87 on October 8, 2015, 10:53:16 PM

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TeeJay87Sorry if the picture is too rude in message, but 95% of Russians really behave in the same way like wolf in my picture does. Just have a look at this map http://atlasofprejudice.tumblr.com/post/84715585569/europe-according-to-vladimir-putin-2014-from-the , I can tell it's suprisingly accurate about their mentality.

Falconlobo on October 8, 2015, 11:50:00 PM

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Falconloboi can't really understand the language anyway

TeeJay87 on October 9, 2015, 3:17:11 AM

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TeeJay87I had to censor words commonly considered as offensive - here http://www.fanart-central.net/pictures/user/TeeJay87/846442/Unasked-Guest-original-version is uncensored version.

Rainbow-Dash-Rockz on October 8, 2015, 8:32:02 PM

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