Oricât s-ar zbate bietul Gheorghiță, vaccinarea nu merge deloc așa cum trebuie! De fapt, marea problemă fiind că medicii și voluntarii nu pot ține pasul cu angajamentele exacerbate luate de către guvernanți la presiunea expresă a lui Klaus Iohannis. Cel care a mizat poate prea mult că ”vaccinarea mea” îl va repoziționa în ochii celorlalți șefi de state occidentale drept un lider care nu și-a pierdut poporul din mână, chiar și acum, când timpul ultimului său mandat se scurge încet, dar sigur… Nici Iohannis, dar nici MRU ”nu uită și nu iartă” În plus, atingerea pragului psihologic de 100.000 de români vaccinați zilnic a fost pus în umbra mediatică a împușcării ”ursoaicei Arthur”! Ceea ce l-a scos din starea sa de confort pe ”Neamț”, astfel că acesta are are nevoie acum ca de aer de un ”dosar beton”. Unul care să

Staunton, May 8 – Vladimir Putin has long insisted that the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991 was the greatest geopolitical disaster of the 20th century, but Russian historian Mark Solonin disputes that says that in fact, it was not the end of the USSR but its beginning with the Bolshevik coup that deserves that description. That is because, the longtime specialist on World War II says, had the Bolsheviks not come to power, Hitler would not have either; and without the Nazi leader’s rise, the second world war would not have broken out (gordonua.com/news/worldnews/solonin-sssr-dolzhen-byl-ne-voznikat-1552174.html). Asked by Alesya Batsman, the chief editor of the GORDON internet publication “how the USSR should have acted in order to avoid this bloody war?” Solonin replied that the best thing it could have done would have been never to

Staunton, May 6 – Those who argue about the similarities and differences between Hitler and Stalin often fall into the trap of thinking the answer lies in which of the totalitarian leaders killed more, Aleksandr Skobov says. But that is a mistake: sometimes one of them was the leader in this regard and at other times his opposite number. In fact, the Russian analyst says, “the two regimes were as similar to one another as twin brothers” not only in grand design but down to details like the organization of social competition in industry and the presentation of awards to their peoples for these and other accomplishments (graniru.org/opinion/skobov/m.280303.html). That was recognized both by Soviet journalists who visited Nazi Germany during the time Hitler and Stalin were allies after the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and

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