Humbled countries. Germany 1918-1932. The lost great war. Economic crisis. Humiliations by the victors. Russia 1990-2010. The lost cold war. Economic decline. Reduction to a regional power. The arrogance of US, NATO, EU.

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February 24th, 2015 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

What they say

Ukraine says, from now on it will not transfer any money to authors in Eastern Ukraine, including transfers for author hospitals and author social services. Russia says, it has expelled a German author because of his really bad books. Germany says, this must be viewed as a response to the expelling of a Russian diplomat who […]

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November 16th, 2014 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact

In Moscow, President Vladimir V. Putin has re-signed the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact to divide up Eastern Europe, in particular Ukraine. At the signing, Putin and resurrected Ribbentrop enjoyed warm conversations, exchanged toasts and further addressed the prior hostilities between the countries during 2014 as now having been overcome. They characterized EU and US as always attempting to disrupt Russian–German […]

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November 8th, 2014 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Ebola (6)

They say, Ebola will first travel to India. The Indian government will say Ebola cases are nothing else than a product of muslim propaganda. Putin will wait until Ebola has annihilated Western and American populations. Then he will rule the world, except China and Africa, where nobody lives anymore.

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September 25th, 2014 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Willy-Nicky (4)

Kaiser to Tsar, Berlin, 1. August 1914: Thanks for your telegram. I yesterday pointed out to your government the way by which alone war may be avoided. Although I requested an answer for noon today, no telegram from my ambassador conveying an answer from your Government has reached me as yet. I therefore have been […]

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September 22nd, 2014 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Willy-Nicky (3)

Tsar to Kaiser, Peter’s Court, Palace, 1 August 1914: I received your telegram. Understand you are obliged to mobilise but wish to have the same guarantee from you as I gave you, that these measures do not mean war and that we shall continue negotiating for the benefit of our countries and universal peace deal […]

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September 20th, 2014 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Willy-Nicky (2)

Tsar to Kaiser, Petersburg, Palace, 31 July 1914: I thank you heartily for your mediation which begins to give one hope that all may yet end peacefully. It is technically impossible to stop our military preparations which were obligatory owing to Austria’s mobilisation. We are far from wishing war. As long as the negociations with […]

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September 15th, 2014 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Willy-Nicky (1)

Kaiser to Tsar, Berlin, 31. July 1914: On your appeal to my friendship and your call for assistance began to mediate between your and the austro-hungarian Government. While this action was proceeding your troops were mobilised against Austro-Hungary, my ally. thereby, as I have already pointed out to you, my mediation has been made almost […]

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September 13th, 2014 by Thomas Josef Wehlim