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The Witch Hunter

It’s in the fallen lands
of darkened suns,
where witches come out to prowl,
with long clawed hands,
from shadows come,
all fear their silent howl. 295 more words


Brzezinzki, Zbigniew (b. 1928, Warsaw -- d. 2017, Falls Church, USA).

Maybe the way I began knowing this great public figure (shown in the image here on the right) was through television broadcasts only starting during the 1970’s late in the war and then in the Carter administration.  362 more words

Cold War


Oppressors who find themselves incapable of mastering hypnosis generally further their nefarious ambitions by way of implementing the contrived premise, ‘supremacy by way of inflicting terror upon the general populous’. 1,263 more words

Mathias Rust, the young German pilot who flew illegally to Moscow, 1987.

Mathias Rust (born 1 June 1968) is a German aviator known for his illegal landing near Red Square in Moscow on 28 May 1987. An amateur pilot, he flew from Helsinki, Finland to Moscow, being tracked several times by Soviet air defense and interceptors. 848 more words


Excluded Computers: Marie Hicks's Programmed Inequality

It should be no surprise, fifty to seventy years after the fact, that the introduction of electronic computers in government and industry reflected societal prejudices on women’s employment in the workforce. 578 more words


NATO: Global Hegemony in the Guise of “Collective Defense”

They always talk about “Russian threat”.

It was not long ago that another ambitious power cited Russia as a threat and invoked “collective defense” to justify what would become a contest between nations leaving tens of millions dead and entire countries in ruins. 927 more words