Showing posts with label History. Show all posts
Showing posts with label History. Show all posts

May 1, 2020

The Torment of Open Chernobyl Wounds – Hundreds of Thousands Died but Thousands Continued to Writhe in Pain

At the end of April, millions of former Soviet citizens commemorate the explosion of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor on April 26, 1986. The families of 6,000 Tajiks who were suddenly removed from Tajikistan in the spring of 1989 serve as an example; the young men were taken to "help build houses in Russia" and they reappeared only in the autumn of that year – changed beyond recognition  (here). The  Soviets  took  the  young  Tajiks  completely  unexpectedly  and  under false pretenses; the men found

Jan 25, 2020

Almost Sincere Regret After 75 Years – Representatives of 44 States in Jerusalem Remembered the Liberation of Auschwitz – Both What Was Said and What Was Not Were Important


At the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the fifth Holocaust Forum was held in Jerusalem on January 23, attended by representatives of 44 states, including 6 kings and princes, 26 presidents and 4 prime ministers. During the forum, the tragic fate of the Holocaust victims mingled with the political issues of today, although some of them appeared only in hints and some remained concealed.

Jan 25, 2019

India’s Statue of Unity – the Highest Statue in the World History – Shows That Gandhi Is Less Popular in India Than in the World


Gandhi has gained worldwide reputation with his efforts to promote Indian independence from Britain without the use of violence. Thanks to his mother, he was heavily influenced by Jainism, which rejects violence against all creatures and promotes asceticism. Gandhi was famous for his long protest hunger strikes and public appearances only with a piece of cloth around his loins. From  my childhood, I remember a statuette  we had for unclear  reasons at home, a half-naked Gandhi, cross-legged, ten

Oct 10, 2017

North Korea – the Most Inhuman State in History – with the Most Totalitarian Control of the Citizens – 20 Million Slaves

A night satellite photo of Korea shows a sharp border between the light South and the dark North. The North has 30 times lower domestic product per capita than the South, and even the little it has is invested to developing chemical and nuclear weapons. The recent provocations with shooting rockets over Japan would constitute casus belli in less timid times.

Jul 18, 2017

From the End of Vitalism in 1828 to Overtaking Control Over the Evolution and Nearly over Our Fate in 2128

We are witnesses of an exponential increase – explosion – of our knowledge about ourselves, about our origin and about the substance we are made of. No sooner we have completely recognized our structure, than we are starting to change it. There is still a lot to learn about the mechanisms shaping the quality and length of our lives, but we start to edit our DNA and our future as well.  The  dreams of  ancient alchemists about the  transmutation  of  base metals into  noble ones have come true, and now

Jun 27, 2015

Enemies of Western Democratic Society Strengthen Their Positions Also in Science-Based Press – Promoters of Global Warming and Drug Legalization Are Winning

The theory of human-caused global warming has acquired enthusiastic supporters among journalists and left-oriented politicians, and has been placed in the pantheon of the politically correct notions beside, among others, the idea of compulsory positive discrimination of problematic ethnic groups and the idea of superiority of Islam over Christianity. The promoters of the theory, although being proven guilty of manipulating the facts, have been successfully trying to delegitimize their opponents. The

Nov 10, 2011

The Real Number of Deaths after the Chernobyl Catastrophe is More Than 300,000

The catastrophe and the information
      The Chernobyl catastrophe was the gravest industrial accident ever, and it was also the last great crime of the Soviet Communists. The explosion of the nuclear reactor on April 26, 1986 and the following fire made a part of Ukraine and Belarus uninhabitable, while contaminating large areas around the globe. Many people in the Soviet Union died or were wounded due to the disinformation and mismanagement on the side of the authorities; many people were exposed to fatal irradiation incidentally or during the cleaning operations. The Communist authorities, on all levels, denied the accident and left 50,000 inhabitants of Pripyat