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Wrong Way?

For a few months already, I am assertively being haunted by one theoretical question:
Which country, or organization, or any other entity, network or ideological construction, would benefit most from a full-fledged war between NATO and Russia, in which all the elite powers of the world Christian denominations could get involved in self-destructive conflict against each other?
Cui bono?

Brutal Logic

Pure: taking the apocalypse to the next level.

For those of you who have not read Julianna Baggott’s Pure, my advice is to stop reading this and go and get yourself a copy. Then set aside a day, maybe two if you prefer to take your time over these things, cut yourself off from the world and allow it to blow your mind. 606 more words


Who holds the "Restart" button of the World?

“I do not know with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones” Albert Einstein… 160 more words

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Friday, January 09 2015 Dream [Nuclear apocalypse, monsters, mudhill climbing]

I have the most vivid dreams when I fall asleep through anti-allergy medication. In this dream, Japan was nuclear-bombed and my high school class was sent to this high school in Japan. 550 more words


Luxury underground apartments on sale to prepare for nuclear apocalypse

Paranoid US millionaires can buy Survival Condos to survive nuclear war in style, Telegraph UK,  By Rosa Prince, New York 11 Nov 2014

Former weapons silo in Kansas converted into luxury underground apartments complete with pool, bar, dog park and cinema Paranoid millionaires in the United States are being offered the opportunity to buy a flat in a luxury underground apartment building in which to see out a nuclear apocalypse in style. 142 more words


The Things Our Masters Left Us: Part 3

“Kubik, we have to move.” I say. Kubik does not object and stand immediately. I know that this is futile, but we have no other option. 739 more words

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The Things our Masters Left us: Part Two

             The dogs who wandered the streets of Moscow had only instinct as their master. Instinct turned to hatred, and hatred became their duty.

            Their master never left them, but even with the humans gone, they had their duty. 976 more words

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