Saturday, June 02, 2012

Pravda coins a phrase: FUKUS

From Pravda, in an article defending Assad against those evil Westerners:

The U.N.'s human rights office said that most of the 108 victims of a massacre in Syria last week were shot at close range, some of them women, children and entire families gunned down in their own homes, and that most of the dead were killed execution-style, with fewer than 20 people cut down by regime shelling.

This incident is exactly according to the modus operandi of NATO/FUKUS sponsored terrorists, operating around the globe, and most recently in Libya and Syria.
I've heard of NATO, but what the hell is FUKUS?

Ah, apparently I don't read Pravda enough. It was defined a couple of months ago, by a different Pravda writer:
For a start how can the world act with one single voice after what the FUKUS Axis (France, UK US and Israel) did in Libya and after the mission creep their no-fly zone warped into?
Of course Israel is part of FUKUS - we all know how heavily involved the IDF was in Libya and now is in Syria - but it must be an invisible and silent I, just like Israel is. "FUKUSI" doesn't quite have the same effect, sounding somewhat Japanese.

And IFUKUS sounds anatomically difficult.

The Soviet Union might be gone, but we still have Pravda!