Posts Tagged ‘Dostoyevsky’

Notes From Underground: The Brothers GRIMM and other fairy tales

July 14, 2010

We have word from Europe that the stress tests done on their regional banks will be fair and transparent. Do we believe that to be possible? No way, no how. The stress tests will be dependent on the questions asked and if the DESIRED OUTCOME is already known, then the questions are, of course, self-fulfilling. Right or wrong, the elites of Europe are too vested in the EU project to let any genuine tests bring this “edifice” tumbling down. Helmut Kohl often opined that the major purpose of the EU was to secure the blessings of peace for its children and grandchildren.┬áThis dream will not die easily–noble ideas seldom do.

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Notes From Underground: R.I.P. Dostoyevsky

June 7, 2010

Yesterday, the New York Post declared the death of Dostoyevsky…

State tells schoolkids 2+2=5