The international community really dropped the ball in 1991, and a lot of people suffered as a result.
Romania and its allies decided it would be hilarious fun to publish some incendiary fake news about Pridnestrovie this week.
If you had told me when I was a kid that one day I’d be living in the Soviet Union, dancing to Moldovan music on TV, I would’ve thought you were crazy.
If you feel intimidated by Pridnestrovie, you really need to give your balls a tug.
Hey, want to make $3,000 for one day’s work? All you have to do is yourself in the head with a hammer a few times until you’re as stupid as Hannah Lucinda Smith.
If you’ve only ever read negative things about this place, be prepared to disbelieve every word that follows, although I assure you that every word is entirely true.
People apparently take hallucinogenic drugs before visiting Tiraspol.
What’s the difference between a “real” Nazi and a Romanian in Pridnestrovie spewing anti-Semitic stuff in public and consistently using the Holocaust name for the place where she lives?
As far as I am aware, this is the first time in history that Transnistria has ever appeared on a fictional TV program or movie (in English).
The story of the ghost buses full of fraudulent voters from Transnistria “ruining” the Moldovan elections seems destined to linger on forever…
Instead of me constantly talking about Pridnestrovie, I thought it worthwhile to let all of you see the country.
In the “old days,” all three were part of the Soviet Union’s power grid, specifically what is now called the IPS or the Единая энергетическая система.
What this effectively means is that all three countries’ energy systems (both natural gas and electricity) are still hooked up together although operated separately.