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  25. Viking Life Blog · February 3

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    • Otto+K.+Forssell · February 5

      Mikael Gorbachev took two major hits during his rule during the 1980s (outside of the earlier Afghanistan failure) which led to the eventual dissolution of the USSR.

      1. The Chernobyl, Pripyat Reactor disaster which nearly put Continental Europe in mortal danger & terrified the rest of the
      civilized world, the damage both physical & social image-wise marred the USSR in the 1980s

      2. The Failure of the Polyus (Black Horse) Orbital Nuclear Weapons platform & associated Space Weapons program (Energia-Buran, Spiral, Mir) was intended to dock with the lower section of the newly assembled Mir Space Station, most of the common world believe it only a research station however the original purpose was far more diabolical.

      it is widely rumored that NATO contributed to the docking failure of the POLYUS module, be that true or not, the remains of the Black Horse weapons platform remains irradiated wreckahe at the bottom on the Pacific ocean (the infamous space graveyard) still
      protected by Russian Federation patrols to this day.

      During the 1990s the vacant section of Mir that was intended for Polyus was Retrofitted with a module named “Spektr” which was a scientific guest module for American astronauts, most ironically the original weapon was designed to launch an orbital nuclear strike against American spacecraft & with a weaponized Buran Space-plane bombardment of North America via suicide-attack micro-shuttles “Spiral”.

      Obviously, such an ambitious program required very advanced technology, a bit too far advanced for a nation that was on the brink of collapse, the failure of said programs was final nail in the Soviet coffin.

      The DDR was the last hope that the Soviets had to get back at NATO considering it was the most successful industrial satellite-state which was competently governed by Germans & not Russians whereas the rest of the bloc were more dependent upon Soviet economical support.

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      • Viking Life Blog · February 5

        Thanks, I did not know that. They were doing a lot of nasty things.

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  26. Viking Life Blog · February 4

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  27. Otto+K.+Forssell · February 4

    HRR, Königreich Preußen, Deutsches Kaiserreich, Drittes Reich no more.

    Bundsrepublik – Fiscal Empire yes, but not one that is fully autonomous, one that is sadly beholden to the EU which is beholden to the U.S.A.

    This commentator is very American, while he makes some true points regarding collective ambition, he comes off as “tooting his own horn” e.g. “America is so accomplished whereas Europe is so weak”, I am tired of the narrative that Europeans must always remain under the ward of U.S.A.for protection thus a “Guardian” how insulting. America is a vassal tyrant itself one that is for the most part indifferent to Europe outside of what it has to gain financially/materially

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    • Viking Life Blog · February 4

      Yes, agreed. But there are reference to some interesting information and he seem to understand south and east Europe’s view and goal in regaards to north and west Europe.

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      • Otto+K.+Forssell · February 4

        He does provide valid facts in the Economic sector, true enough. He has the sharp wit of an informed Economist but not one with much European Political or Cultural backbone.

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  29. Viking Life Blog · October 24

    Why German History is Different

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  30. Viking Life Blog · October 27

    Kriegsspiel

    Kriegsspiel

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