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An essay on thumbsuckers

To understand the strategy, and to see who is winning, and who is losing, you need to know the Plan. Contrary to what conspiracy theorists are claiming, the Plan rarely is a well kept secret. On the contrary. It usually is widely heralded years in advance by some ambitious fellow, working hard to ga…

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An essay on opportunity

In the not too distant past, people understood the world around them primarily through words. Spoken or written words which created a complex emblem in their heads. An emblem which described their 'tribe', but with subtle differences between members of the same (intellectual and practical) tribe. If…

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An essay on predicting

Predictions fail all the time, and often spectacularly. Yet we claim that we, as a species, are good at it. We devoted entire divisions in academia, and within companies, to tell us what the future will be like, and we pay top-Dollar for these 'studies'. If those predictions fail to materialise, we …

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An essay on a Freudian slip

Was it a Freudian slip of the tongue, when Boris Johnson praised Vladimir Putin for everything he'd done in Ukraine? Let's be honest, Johnson needed this war in Ukraine to distract from a long list of failed policies, starting from way before he took the helm in the UK, and slipped. And Britain, no …

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An essay on reading tealeaves

If you happen to be convinced by the NATO-narrative that Russia always intended to conquer all of Ukraine, you will be able to believe in Ukrainian successes when the Russians vacate territory they never intended to liberate (as the Russians would have it) in the first place. However, if you cling t…

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An essay on Russia's partial mobilisation

The day before yesterday, NATO shelled a market in Donetsk, killing sixteen civilians, among which were two children. Same pattern last week where NATO-forces shelled a public square in Kherson. Multiple terrorist attacks, aimed at civilians and civil servants in the Donbas-region, and Russia itself…

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An essay on the use of prisoners as storm troopers

The British former barrister and historian Alexander Mercouris, and several other commentators watching developments in Ukraine, commented on the news that the 'Wagner'-group, a Russian 'Private Military Company', is recruiting inmates. In a video the formal owner of the 'Wagner'-group was seen spea…

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An essay on policing the world

Basically NATO succeeded in recapturing the larger part of the Kharkov Oblast, while losing its grip on the people in Europe, the UK and the US, and any standing it had left in the world after a flurry of lost wars since the start of this century. Worse, this recapturing didn't require any fighting,…

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An essay about an empire-state-of-mind

Pat Lang, of 'Turcopolier' fame, added a personal note about the change in culture within the military and intel circles that produced him, and spit him out. Since he, and his team mate TTG spit me out, by limiting access to ongoing debates, and calling me a 'Russian Troll', I decided it was a waste…

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An essay on developments 4

This is becoming totally absurd. The Kharkov Oblast was vacated by the Russians, and NATO exploited this as a serious victory. While the Russians admitted they lost the area, but with hardly any losses, except for the terrain, which they didn't want anyway. NATO claiming massive losses on the Russia…

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