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Vassily, What Have You Done ?!

Vassily, What Have You Done ?!

Vassily, What Have You Done ?! by TeeJay87
Vassily, What Have You Done ?! by TeeJay87


Silly Vassily Imbetsyliev has never been popular inside his communist brethren, mainly due to his dress code identifying him as “gomik” (offensive term for "homosexual" in Russian) and worshiping Trotsky instead of Stalin, which labeled him as communist heretic. But things have gone worse, when Vassily converted himself to Islam with a little help of renegade imam from Chechnya, who was hiding in Moscovian underground. According to the freshly-converted neophyte, “Islam was supposed to deepen his LGBT-communist ego making it more edgy.” Whatever it means.

The next day, Vassily Effendi decided to impress his colleagues from Russian Communist Party while testing new batch of Rasputin Vodka. Needles to say, entry of the queer Moslem caused easy-to-predict reactions inside one of the most xenophobic and homophobic nations of the world – Volodya Paskudnikov and Dimitryi Averellevych Dolt-on-Istov got such nervous breakdown they immediately lost power to taste hooch of the working class, while Olga Salotchkinaya became so enraged, that she started tearing her hairdo apart in anger. Partially due to her inbred Russian hatred of Muslims and LGBT, partially because she envied Vassily having more fit body.
Imbetsyliev was pinned down with slurs spewed by his two commanders (Dolt and Vowa) and battalion commissar (Olga) , revolving around:
- his betrayal of Great-Rus imperialism,
- his dress code considered by 99% of Russians as lewd and incest;
- his new religion being apparent threat to state atheism;
- last but not least, threats of sending him to GULAG in Siberia for really long time.
Vassily had plenty of luck, that he managed to escape from the vodka distillery safe and sound. Nobody knows, how did he succeed, but one thing is for sure: his comrades won’t appreciate him anymore. Traitors in Russia are known to end up really badly in Butyrki KGB prison in Moscow...
Completed version of with Vassily and Olga added. In short - Vassily has just converted into Islam, which is affecting badly his comrades from the Russian Communist Party. Imbetsyliev can easily be recognized as Muslim after details of his outfit:
- harem veil matching his red dress;
- crescent moon of the Bukharan Soviet Socialist Republic above Vassily's Russian flag - used to represent Russian Muslim;
- purple Zulfiqar sword symbol beneath the Russian flag - which is symbol of gay Muslims all around the world.

This picture is supposed to be satire against Russian hatred aimed at Muslims and homosexuals.

All the depicted commu-nuts belong to me.

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Category Cartoons » Crossovers
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alitta2 on October 18, 2016, 2:23:35 PM

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alitta2I don't which one is worse for the dumbest Effendi: being enprisoned in Butyrki or serving in a gulag camp somewhere in Northern-Siberia till death ?

TeeJay87 on October 18, 2016, 11:35:29 PM

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TeeJay87Butyrki is one of those places, where most of prisoners don't come back alive - they get killed by head shot from guard when they don't expect it, commonly when taken for a walk or lead for a meal to prison mess hall. Gulag camps were idea for their Nazi equivalents, such as Auschwitz, Buchenwald or Tiergarten, though instead of death inside gas chambers, prisoners in gulags usually die of exhausting labor combined with terrible working conditions (lack of hygiene, poor quality food, non-existing healthcare). Few meet their end during escapes from gunshots of the guards or during various "incidents" at work or inside the camp.

Those two means of Russian oppression can't be really compared at all - it's basically a choice between sudden death in least expected situation (Butyrki) and slow death from fatigue (gulag).

Saltwater on October 15, 2016, 11:26:38 PM

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SaltwaterI am not sure that Silly Vassily even knows the difference between Trotsky and Stalin!
"But what difference does it make?"  LOL
The important thing is being AGAINST something, whatever it may be!

TeeJay87 on October 16, 2016, 12:16:47 AM

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TeeJay87If he was shown photos of those two bolshock  monsters, Vassily wouldn't distinguish them from each other. xD

Saltwater on October 16, 2016, 2:02:36 AM

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But yet he can make the difference between a bottle of water and a bottle of vodka for sure!    ;-)   


TeeJay87 on October 16, 2016, 7:15:51 AM

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TeeJay87He's not nicknamed "Silly Vassily" without reason ! ;)

Falconlobo on October 14, 2016, 3:33:43 PM

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TeeJay87 on October 15, 2016, 3:05:22 AM

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TeeJay87Four knuckleheads together make amusing show - they shoot gags with speed of Kalashnikov gun in burst mode. ;)

Falconlobo on October 15, 2016, 12:54:17 PM

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cavaloalado on October 14, 2016, 4:38:13 PM

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It seems that the cat is almost passing out from drinking!

TeeJay87 on October 15, 2016, 3:00:45 AM

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TeeJay87Indeed, Olga drinks too much. ;)