Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Petrisky Dish

As the Russians return to their Soviet roots ("British prosecutors accused a former KGB agent on Tuesday of murdering Kremlin critic Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive polonium and demanded his extradition, putting London and Moscow on a diplomatic collision course. "), it would be a useful reminder to see how Belarus--the former Soviet republic that basically remained a little Soviet Union--acts.

As it turns out, they are welcoming Ahmadinejad to their soil:

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said his country is "ready for cooperation in all directions."

"Relations between Belarus and Iran have reached the level of strategic partnership," he said, according to the presidential press service.

The scum of the world do stick together, don't they?