Russian Military brand Polite People

Military brand Polite People

Military uniform brand ‘Polite people’

Russian Military brand Polite People. The idea to move the popular internet meme “Polite people” on the clothes was born by accident. Alexei Paramygin, author of the idea, liked demotivator “Thank you, I am no longer KIT” (‘kit’ is Ukrainian for “cat”, Russian for “cat” is ‘kot’): and a cat that looks with admiration at the man with a gun. And the process went on. Thought swirled in his head, he posted on the forum of weapons lovers his painted picture. The effect was positive, to say the least, the picture was not just appreciated, he began immediately get orders from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Siberia. Now the company is engaged in the production of T-shirts, sweatshirts and baseball caps with a polite man.

Thank you, I am no longer KIT, Military brand Polite People

Thank you, I am no longer KIT, but a normal, decent cat

Polite people appeared at the end of February in the Crimea. People dressed in paramilitary form, but in army helmets and carrying automatic, controlled the building of the Supreme Council and the Council of Ministers. Then, they took under protection the airport in Simferopol and military aerodorom in Belbek. They called themselves “Crimean Self-Defense Forces”, locals called them “polite people” because they were polite, did not fight to maintain order.

A woman casts her vote while holding her dog at a polling station on March 16, 2014 in Simferopol

A woman casts her vote while holding her dog at a polling station on March 16, 2014 in Simferopol

Polls opened in Crimea on March 16 for a unique referendum on breaking away from Ukraine and join Russia that has precipitated a Cold War-style security crisis on Europe’s eastern frontier. Ukraine’s new government and most of the international community except Russia have said they will not recognise a result expected to be overwhelmingly in favor of immediate secession. AFP

the contract is signed

the contract is signed

the contract is signed. On a historical photo, left to right – Prime Minister of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov, speaker of the Crimean parliament Vladimir Konstantinov, Russian President Vladimir Putin, the head of Sevastopol Alexey Chaly.

Joy after referendum, 97.47 per cent said yes to be Russian again

Joy after referendum, 97.47 per cent said yes to be Russian again

Alexei Paramygin, born August 6, 1967, St. Petersburg

Alexei Paramygin, born August 6, 1967, St. Petersburg

Military brand Polite People

Military brand Polite People

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