New Year Greetings From Russia With Love

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Booksie Classic

On the 27th of December 2018 news: “Putin described the successful test, in which the glider was launched from a site in southwestern Russia toward a target on the Kamchatka Peninsula more than 3,500 miles away, as a "wonderful, perfect New Year's gift for the country." The fanfare surrounding the test - it led the TV news, and state media reported that Putin gave the launch order - underscores how central nuclear saber-rattling has become to the Kremlin's effort to depict Russia as a global superpower for audiences at home and abroad.” And I got my own greetings and gifts from Russia soon. Even more strange than Putin's one. The story is below.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

It happened on the New 2019 Year eve here on the West Coast in British Columbia when on the other side of the world, in Samara, the city ... Read Chapter

2. Looking for explanation

As you know, I was confused by the New Year greetings from my former colleague. For sure, something bad is happening on the other end of ... Read Chapter

3. Block #1. Putin's cronies became US dollar billionaires during his ruling

“Hi, Alexei! The first block in my barrier is simple. Could you, please, show me your information sources where such a fact is explaine... Read Chapter

4. Block #2. Medicine and education in Putin's era

“Hi, Alexei! I was watching the shows you advised me. Your “experts” perform theatrical sketches about the decaying western world... Read Chapter

5. Milk production and falsification

“Okay, you wanted links to positive events? Here you go. This is my company one of the leadi... Read Chapter

6. Block #3. Russia becomes outcast in the civilized world

“Hi, Alexei! I continue to analyze your environment and now try to find how your experts explain the fact that during the last five yea... Read Chapter

7. Conclusion

What to say at the end of this story? After thirty-plus days of submersing into Alexei's information environment, my feelings are as foll... Read Chapter

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Jake J. Harrison

Interesting start. I'm curious about what is happening in Russia.

Sun, May 30th, 2021 2:07am

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