A joke is circulating in the Russosphere:
As Sergey Kislyak walks through the streets of Washington after work they get empty. He calls: “People! People, where are you?”. But silence is the answer.
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”
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”
To paraphrase contemporary Russian writer Viktor Pelevin, the International Russian Conspiracy does exist – the problem is that the majority of adult population of Western liberal democracies is a part of it. Continue reading “The (EcoNo)Mist of War”