The Great Russian Litmus Test


Some thoughts after the Saint Petersburg terrorist attack. I have a cold, so my voice sounds rather odd.

Russomania


Trumputin (The New Yorker)
Trumputin (The New Yorker)
The term ‘Russophobia’ is overused nowadays. What we see in the media is induced – and contagious! – Russomania.

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Russian Regression Roulette


Russia & the West.

Pt. IX: Russian Regression Roulette

Stephen King Flexible Bullet

Stephen King in his 1984 novella titled “The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet” presents a scary story, which shows how fragile our ‘normal’ consciousness is and that madness is actually contagious. Very little is needed for ‘the roof to start leaking‘ (krýsha poteklá – Russian idiom on going cuckoo). Continue reading “Russian Regression Roulette”

The Sad News of #FakeNews


Time of Total Meltdown
Time of Total Meltdown

What actually surprises me in the Russian invasion meddling in the US elections conspiracy is that instead of aborting this intellectually lazy, gross and harmful arc (especially, after Trump’s victory), and analysing the reasons which led to this event, the reaction is to double down on the fakery: Continue reading “The Sad News of #FakeNews”

#TrickyLeaks: How the Russians Manipulated US 2016 Elections


Hillary Clinton

Captain Obviov:

Operation TRUMP proved itself to be a YUGE success. Continue reading “#TrickyLeaks: How the Russians Manipulated US 2016 Elections”