CEAUSESCU'S PLOT TO BREED RACE OF CAMOUFLAGED COMMIE SUPER-DOGS!
by Thomas M. Sipos, managing editor.
[July 4, 2005]
they were overthrown in a bloody 1989 revolution, Romania's Communist dictator
Nicolae Ceausescu -- and his fatso wife Elena -- plotted to breed a race
of socialist super- dogs with amazing powers of fertility and camouflaged
are the astounding revelations of South African Michael Moye -- whose sister
rescued several Romanian super-puppies while visiting Bucharest! -- as
told in an exclusive interview with the Weekly
to the Universe, Moye (who heard it from his sister) reports that in the
Korean dictator Kim Il Jong presented the Ceausescus "with a North
Korean 'Peoples' Dog' -- a Hyena-looking thing."
The Ceausescus mated this Peoples' Dog with their Black Labrador, Corbu. The red
power couple was please with the result!
"They launched a program
to create the perfect dog for their socialist culture," says Moye.
"A dog that could be exported to Soviet Bloc and Middle Eastern countries."
Elena fancied herself a scientist -- often ordering real scientists to
ghost write papers for her! -- she headed the bizarre dog-breeding program. A program that was surely the first of its nature.
had the scientific and intelligence
communities develop fertility therapies to boost the litter size,"
reports Moye. "Primitive genetic modification on the first few litters
transformed the breed's shape and color, resulting in a larger and more
anxious animal with a rich coat -- that made the breed look camouflaged!
named their breed of Communist super-dog the Carpathian -- after the mountain
range infamous for harboring Dracula's
"Central Committee members
were encouraged to own and breed them. A short-lived propaganda campaign
insisted that every household have a Carpathian. Neutering and spaying
carried stiff penalties!"
Moye's startling report reaffirms
the Ceausescus' obsession with population growth. The red regime
abortion in an effort to boost Romania's human population -- resulting
in the infamous epidemic of AIDS-
to promote the Carpathian for export were a flop," says Moye. "By
the time the Ceausescus were executed, the Carpathian had already become
a nuisance. Heavy culling was reported by the mid-1990's.
visited Bucharest in December 2004, and was dumbstruck by the number of
strays near the Peoples Palace. She rescued two of them -- and shipped
me a female for Christmas, now 7 months old."
The People's Palace is another
of the Ceausescus' monumental failures. Billed as the world's second
largest office building (after the Pentagon), the Ceausescus demolished
much of old historic Bucharest to make room for the building, plaza, and
street which fronts it -- which they called the Boulevard of the Victory
The House of the Republic
(as it was also called) was an exorbitantly expensive white elephant project
that contributed to the nation's economic crisis -- and helped fuel the
1989 revolution that culminated in the Ceausescus' Christmas Day execution!
Moye named his dog Zoia Elena.
Zoia is the name of Nicolae and Elena's only daughter.
"She's an unusual dog,"
said Moye. "She moves in a sideways fashion that suggests a drunk.
Her fur has the splashy look of one of Elena's decadent coats. Striking-
looking, but sometimes nearly invisible even when you look right at her!
Half the time I can't tell when she's in the room. She invariably
gets trod on as a result.
"I suspect Elena wanted a
dog that would blend into its surroundings, apparently to be used in surveillance
The Carpathian not only wields
amazing abilities for camouflage -- the breed also possesses astonishing
powers of fertility!
Says Moye, "Whatever genetic
modification or fertility treatments her ancestors received seem to have
been passed on. When Zoia Elena went into heat last week, several
injections were required to make her temporarily infertile!
Since receiving Zoia Elena
from his sister, Moye has researched the Carpathian, at one point coming
across a report on the internet that "years ago, the Carpathian was fed
garlic and used to hunt
vampires in Transylvania!
"May all be bullshit, but
like the story.
"I wonder if there's any
public awareness of the plight of these animals outside of Romania. I seem to be the first person in South Africa to own a Carpathian. She turns heads, believe me!"
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