World peace is at stake. America and Russia are willing to destroy the world for the sake of world domination. And we the denizens of the only inhabited world sit idly by while the whole house if about to crumble. But before acting we must understand what is going on.
Tag: Cold War
Putin’s Gambit – How the Superpowers are gambling World Peace away – Chapter II: The Background
The historical context of the Ukrainian-Russian War of 2022. A quick view of the major actors. Why we are currently in the middle of the Second Cold War.
Putin’s Gambit – How the Superpowers are gambling World Peace away – Chapter I: The Shadow of War
World peace is unravelling at an unprecedented pace. War devastates Ukraine brought about by superpowers unwilling to understand the stakes. Our lives hang in the balance while world leaders continue their bellicose rhetoric. People die in a power struggle that threatens to undo our civilization.
Zinoviev the Prescient – Prologue
Zinoviev was the first to see the Truth. The Cold War is not over. The West may have won the hearts and minds of the Easterners. But like Montezuma’s revenge, the Ideological War is still with us, and likely to upend the Historical Winner.
Why War Crimes Are Never Punished
Do You want to make sure that war crimes and mass murder don’t occur at regular intervals? Easy breezy. Punish their moral authors. Punish them capitally. Punish them publicly. And punish them wherever and whenever you can. But for the love of humanity, don’t let the murdering bastards who pulled the trigger get away with … Continue reading Why War Crimes Are Never Punished
The Cold War – Chapter 1: The Berlin Wall
East and West German police faceoff before the Wall went up. The Berlin Wall effectively separated the two German states between August 1961 and November 1989. The Soviets did not lose the Cold War in 1989, in 1990 or even in 1991. They lost the war on 13 August 1961. That was the day when … Continue reading The Cold War – Chapter 1: The Berlin Wall
The Story of My Life – Chapter 1
I was born on a cold December day in the Year of Our Lord 1979, in Bucharest, Romania. The day I was born, the 19th, USSR Secretary General Leonid Brezhnev had just instructed the Red Army to invade Afghanistan to effect regime change. So, one can say I came into this world during interesting times. … Continue reading The Story of My Life – Chapter 1