Following the celebration of the ten year anniversary of the Russian Revolution, three young Berlin communists from the Köpernick district committed suicide after they had taken a touching farewell from their comrades. They explained calmly that they had lost faith in the future of the International.
It is said of Ernst Thälmann, the communist leader, that during the Hamburg uprising he laid
Let Us Set Out Towards the Slavic Victory, published in the tenth issue of the periodical Macedonian Voice (August 13, 1914):
"Macedonians! For five whole centuries we bore the Turkish slavery imposed upon us. For five whole centuries we unceasingly surrendered our lives and submitted ourselves to great sacrifices so that in the end we could gain our freedom. Unique, undivided and independent. That is what
I have met quite a few people who claim that youth today are more enlightened and questioning than their forefathers. They claim that they are brilliant as they have come to question the nature of their ancestral Christian faith and put on the weapons and armour of Atheism. I would like to disagree.
Before I go on, I want to say that this is not a blog on the nature and doctrine of Christianity or Atheism, or which is actually correct. I will focus mainly on the secularization
Updated 07-13-2012 at 10:55 AM by Siegfried
Уже объяснял 20 раз. Может даже, и в этом дневнике есть – ей-богу, не помню.
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I realize that my understanding of the world around me is exactly that; my understanding. It scarcely requires a paradigm shift to accept that the complexities involved in many areas exceed my capacity to dissect them; geopolitics, for example. Try explaining the nuances of diplomacy and the global balance of power to the average drone.
“It’s all Bush’s fault!” (Not that I’m a big fan of his, mind you.) This is the refrain time and again.
I understand a little of it all,