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The Upgraded Masonic Capital

It is an open secret that the capital of Kazakhstan, Aqmola, has landmarks of masonic symbolism. One should read an excellent essay, Astana: Read More

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Not an Example to Follow

In the early hours of June 1, 2017, I shot two videos at the Aktau International Airport, Kazakhstan. Its security officers brought an unleashed service dog without the muzzle right in the middle of peaceful passengers!

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Well done, Brexit!

The UK’s EU referendum has proved to be another truly democratic event. The British people voted in favor of her independent foreign policy. Although this was a split decision, with such vitally important regions Read More

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The Ambivalence of Double Standards

As you know, the European Union is facing a refugee crisis. Hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers from the Middle East up and ready to invade relatively prosperous Western countries. Central European members of the Union, Read More

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Video Shot by a Gunman

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Vester Lee Flanagan, aka Bryce Williams, was a US journalist, who killed his former colleagues, TV reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward, on August 26, 2015. They worked together Read More

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Kill Bloodsuckers, Not the Innocent

Two NYPD policemen, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, were killed in an ambush on December 20, 2014. Our condolences go to their families. We regret the death of the two human beings. There are honest persons even among totalitarian Read More

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The Most Irrelevant Road Signs in the World

Road signs have a distinct purpose to regulate vehicular traffic, visibly assisting both drivers and pedestrians. The signs must be located in places, where society needs them most. Otherwise, their noble status can become Read More

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Earthly Hellfire for the Handicapped

Within the last several years, there have been many fires in mental institutions and retirement homes in the former Soviet Union. Sadly, many people have died during these emergencies. It raises reasonable suspicions, Read More

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