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The Problem Is Evil: Of Cyberterrorism, Great Resets, and Political Prisoners
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The Problem Is Evil: Of Cyberterrorism, Great Resets, and Political Prisoners
July 29, 2021

The present elite in the west is governed by a misanthropic principle, which views the exercise of power as something measured by the degree to which it can be exercised in the most painful way.

Why Ukraine Should Be Grateful to Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union
July 28, 2021

The pro-Western government of Ukraine is trying to wipe out the Soviet period of its history by pursuing a policy of “decommunization”. However, Ukraine as an independent state in its present borders could only be possible thanks to the Soviet rulers who expanded the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic at the expense of the neighboring states, including Russia. In fact, the Soviet power continued Imperial Russia’s policy of uniting Ukrainians within one state: the bulk of the present-day Ukraine’s territory was taken by the Imperial Russia from Poland and Turkey. Meanwhile, today’s Ukraine is the direct successor of the first internationally recognized Ukrainian state, the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, which was proclaimed in 1919, became one of the founding states of the Soviet Union in 1922 and a founding member of the United Nations in 1945.

Why Ukraine Should Be Grateful to Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union
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U.S. Politicizing Covid Pandemic to Incriminate China Is Self-Defeating
World
U.S. Politicizing Covid Pandemic to Incriminate China Is Self-Defeating
July 28, 2021

The United States is losing the ability for rational political debate and respect for science. Politicians, media and public discourse have been infected by lies, conspiracies, racial stereotyping of nations like China, and rampant hostility.

Requiem for an Empire: A Prequel
July 28, 2021

The inexorable imperial rot will go on, a tawdry affair carrying no dramatic, aesthetic pathos worthy of a Gotterdammerung.

Requiem for an Empire: A Prequel
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