22.07.2024 Kirill Benediktov

Good bye, Biden!

Joe Biden has reconsidered his attitude towards the elections. President Joe Biden has announced he will not seek re-election amid ongoing pressure after last month’s disastrous debate results left many in his party wondering whether he should press ahead with his bid to defeat Trump. But he will serve out the rest of his term. […]
1min 469
22.07.2024 Lucy Dickerson

P — Pluralism, or “Balanced Journalism”

Or how to hide really important news under a contrived “objectivity”, which in fact is not objectivity at all, but an ordinary smoke screen… Today the President of the European Commission will be elected — Ursula von der Leyen is eager to stay for a second term, despite her fairly tarnished reputation… And the Western […]
3min 50
21.07.2024 Natalia Tanshina

A Little About the Aristocracy and the Elite

Not about the “elite”, but about the genuine Russian elite!! I’m proofreading my article about Princess Lieven. She lived abroad almost all her life, first for 22 years in London, with her ambassador husband, then in Paris. She left for France without the permission of Emperor Nikolai Pavlovich, and he wrote to her husband in […]
2min 1297
20.07.2024 Sergey Stankevich

Who to Replace Biden?

Many thousands of people are scratching their heads over this problem. But only Biden himself can legally remove Biden from the race. There is no way without him. There is also Article 25 of the Constitution, according to which a veteran can be declared incompetent and removed. But there is no longer time for such […]
2min 9610
20.07.2024 Kirill Benediktov

Biden Leaves. For Now, for Self-Isolation

US President Joe Biden tested positive for Covid-19 yesterday, derailing a key campaign event designed to win the support of Latino voters at a critical time in the election. Biden, 81, had mild symptoms and received his first dose of the antiviral drug Paxlovid, his doctor said. “I feel good,” Biden told reporters Wednesday in […]
2min 911

Review & Opinion


22.07.2024 Lucy Dickerson

P — Pluralism, or “Balanced Journalism”

Or how to hide really important news under a contrived “objectivity”, which in fact is not objectivity at all, but an ordinary smoke screen… Today the President of the European Commission will be elected — Ursula von der Leyen is eager to stay for a second term, despite her fairly tarnished reputation… And the Western […]
3min 50

17.07.2024 Lucy Dickerson

“Hillbilly Elegy” as Political Ideology

It doesn’t matter what he said before… Trump, before his first election, also said a lot of things — about Putin, and about improving relations with Russia, and then he took it and replayed everything, and was the first to start supplying weapons to Ukraine, and began to destroy diplomatic relations, and the consulates under […]
2min 13211

16.07.2024 Sergey Stankevich

How Many Shooters Were Hunting Trump?

The National Center for Forensic Science at the University of Colorado at Denver, investigating the assassination attempt on Trump, conducted an audio examination, during which it was determined that the politician was shot with at least three types of weapons. CNN reported this on July 15, citing data from the director of the center, Catalin […]
1min 1918

15.07.2024 Sergey Stankevich

Hunting Season

Independent political leaders seem to have been discovered by some crazy globalists who do not want to let go of their purely imaginary “control over the planet.” Only in 2024, the head of the government of Slovakia, Robert Fico and US presidential candidate Donald Trump became victims of terror. WHO ELSE WILL POLITICAL TERRORISTS BE […]
1min 2111

13.07.2024 Vladimir Morozov

Russian Minister of Finance Ignores the President’s Goals and Decrees

I wonder if the leadership of the Ministry of Finance is not foreign agents, then who? Let’s look at the definition of “foreign agent”. This is a person who, being a resident of one country, acts in the interests of another… So what’s wrong, where is the Ministry of Justice? Finance Minister Siluanov, with tenacity […]
2min 761

08.07.2024 Sergey Stankevich

The Reformer Won in Iran

In the second round of the presidential elections in Iran, 69-year-old heart surgeon, former Minister of Health, and politician from the camp of moderate reformers Masoud Pezeshkian won. Compared to his predecessor Ebrahim Raisi, who died in a plane crash, Pezeshkian is much more democratic in his rhetoric and is determined to return Iran, as […]
1min 1842

Galleries


Culture & Art


14.07.2024 Helene Pogosyan

The Worst Journey in the World

At nine o’clock in the morning, a lone man wanders through the Canadian wilderness, his companions — a dog, the sunless sky, the tremendous cold, and the strangeness and weirdness of it all. As temperatures plummet far below zero, his chances at survival are soon to follow. The man is doomed to face the primordial […]
3min 2822

18.06.2024 Helene Pogosyan

Like a Monkey Out of Water

Once upon a mountain within their dwellings of white mist and clouds, two groups of monkeys fight for a place in a hot spring. Our unlikely characters, a troop of Japanese macaques known locally as Nihonzaru, live in a world of secrets quite different to our own, yet plagued by familiar tensions. The snowstorm’s blows […]
2min 581

09.08.2023 Olga Makarova

Naughty Children: Nuisance or Blessing

Once in a while, every parent, to one degree or another, faces the disobedience of their child. In France in the 60s, even a kid named Nicolas was popular — a character in children’s illustrated books, on which more than one generation of French grew up. He is curious and restless, mischievous but a dreamer, […]
2min 6888

15.07.2023 Olga Makarova

Romance at the Tip of the Pencil

Animated Short Film “THOUGHT OF YOU” is a delightful graphic novel with images that look like they’ve stepped out of the pages of an artist’s album and came to life. A great way to show the experience and dreams of each character is simply through a pencil drawing that comes to life without distracting details. […]
2min 7324

13.04.2023 Yuri Chekalin

Seppuku and Death in Japan

“Where does all this madness about hara-kiri, bushido come from…” /From one Russian radio broadcast./ “… We must win honestly, We must live in the bright light, They will compose songs about us, Heaven will be hot…” “Sport Heroes”    “…Who knows what awaits us?  Who knows what will happen?  And will be strong  And […]
19min 16231

Sincerity is Somewhere Inside Us

Adult life is a strange thing. It often feels different than it actually turns out. As a child, you look at life with wide eyes. We stretch our arms to everything: to a flower and a butterfly, to a puppy and a kitten, to a cloud in the sky. We have fun and we laugh. […]
3min 9911

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Good bye, Biden!

Joe Biden has reconsidered his attitude towards the elections. President Joe Biden has announced he will not seek re-election amid ongoing pressure after last month’s disastrous debate results left many in his party wondering whether he should press ahead with his bid to defeat Trump. But he will serve out the rest of his term. […]

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