On this day in 1957: Russians fire Laika into space, burn Pupper to death to spite America

By John Miller

Friday the 3rd of November, 2017

 

As the Antifa kids prepare for another weekend of senseless Bolshevik revolution paid for by Putin, they would do well to think about how the Commies have always used the helpless and the ignorant, just to spite America.

The Russians have always been envious of American greatness. They never walked on the Moon, they couldn’t even feed their people, but they were determined to be the first into space.

What do you do when you’ve got your grubby Soviet hands on some stolen American missile technology and want to spite America?

You fire a dog into space, that’s what!

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RIP Laika (1954 – November 3, 1957), the stray dog from the streets of Moscow, and sole occupant of Sputnik 2, launched into outer space on this day in 1957.

Laika’s survival was never expected, and the full extent of the horror experienced by the tool of Kremlin cruelty will never be known. Laika may have taken hours to slowly cook to death and die from overheating, or she may have hung on for dear life and in excruciating agony until day six when her oxygen finally, and tragically, ran out.

One thing is certain. In America winning is done the right way, and Bolshevik Hajis who play stupid Kremlin games will win stupid Kremlin prizes.

Spare a thought for Laika.

And if you’re a cop on the front line of American democracy this weekend, don’t hold back. Because the Kremlin won’t. It never has.

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Give em one for the Pupper, boys!

 

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