As far back as I recall I was under the illusion that the United States was an avowed opponent of Communist Russia. In my innocence, I also believed in the holocaust, war victors’ propaganda and Santa Claus. Being one of George Bernard Shaw’s 2% of the people who actually think for themselves each fantasy bit the dust when placed under a little critical analysis.
MICHAEL WALSH EDITORIAL 22.00 21 February 2022: Throughout the newly independent republics Lugansk and Donbass, like Crimea formerly part of Ukraine, there is wild rejoicing as Putin’s Russia declares both massive regions independent. It is fair to assume that the world at large is jubilant as Moscow cries ‘checkmate’.
I can verify that this photo going around of Schwab with a statue of Lenin on his bookshelf is genuine. He really does have that in his office. This is based upon first-hand knowledge, not speculation or rumour.
The Third Reich was in conflict for five years; the victors tirelessly spun the struggle their way for 70 years. Hitler’s Reich lasted 13.5 years, so what happened to the missing 7.4 years (88 months) of peace?
President Vladimir Putin declares that in the 1990s he worked as a private cab driver. The video, in which he speaks about this, was included in the film Modern History, which will be aired on the TV channel Russia 1 in the first weeks of December. Fragments of the film were published on Saturday by the TV channel Russia 24.
In the 1990s and the early 2000s, the post-Soviet Russian government was swarming with CIA workers, and they eventually had to be cleaned out and sent packing back to the US, Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed on Thursday.
The beleaguered Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko epitomises the Alpha Male. The EU slapped him with sanctions and he slapped them back good and hard with migrants of their own making.
Forget you are living in democracies; you now wake up after the globalist coup. Democracy is dead. Suck it up, sink into the abyss or shake your complacency off. In 1917 the people of Imperial Russia went to sleep in and woke up in Bolshevik Russia. Now you know how it feels.
PRAGUE, Oct 9. The electorate on this occasion pulled on their shit-kickers and went after the Reds. Czech voters evicted the communists from parliament on Saturday for the first time since the end of World War Two, voting out a party whose forebears ruled with an iron jackboot the central European nation from 1948 until the Velvet Revolution of 1989 that ushered in democracy.
The 60th anniversary of apportioning of overrun Germany was followed by the sickening division of what was once Europe’s greatest city by the West and the Soviet Union.