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The Top 10 Largest Nuclear Explosions, Visualized

The Top 10 Largest Nuclear Explosions, Visualized

Just how powerful are nuclear explosions?

The U.S.’ Trinity test in 1945, the first-ever nuclear detonation, released around 19 kilotons of explosive energy. The explosion instantly vaporized the tower it stood on and turned the surrounding sand into green glass, before sending a powerful heatwave across the desert.

How The US Swindled Russia In The Early 1990s

How The US Swindled Russia In The Early 1990s

Authored by Eric Zuesse via The Strategic Culture Foundation,

Due to a historic data-dump on December 10th, the biggest swindle that occurred in the 20th Century (or perhaps ever) is now proven as a historical fact; and this swindle was done by the US Government, against the Government and people of Russia, and it continues today and keeps getting worse under every US President.

Newly-Declassified Documents Show Western Leaders Promised Gorbachev that NATO Would Not Move “One Inch Closer” to Russia

Newly-Declassified Documents Show Western Leaders Promised Gorbachev that NATO Would Not Move “One Inch Closer” to Russia

The U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union at the time it broke up and many other experts have said that the West promised Gorbachev that – if the USSR allowed German re-unification – NATO wouldn’t move “one inch closer” to Russia.

While Western leaders have long denied that such a promise, newly-declassified documents now prove this.

The National Security Archive at George Washington University reported Tuesday:

Thanksgiving 2017 - David Stockman Explains Why There Is No Peace On Earth

Thanksgiving 2017 - David Stockman Explains Why There Is No Peace On Earth

Authored by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog,

After the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989 and the death of the Soviet Union was confirmed two years later when Boris Yeltsin courageously stood down the red army tanks in front of Moscow's White House, a dark era in human history came to an end.

Disaster In Red: The 100th Anniversary Of The Russian Socialist Revolution

Disaster In Red: The 100th Anniversary Of The Russian Socialist Revolution

Authored by Richard Ebeling via The Future of Freedom Foundation,

November 7, 2017, marked the one hundredth anniversary of the Russian (or Bolshevik) Revolution in Russia that happened on that date in November 1917, which lead to the communist “dictatorship of the proletariat” and ushered in an epoch of totalitarian tyranny and mass murder both in Russia and in every other country where socialism was put into practice.

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