Stalin and Joachim von Ribbentrop, Foreign Minister for Nazi Germany. Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-H27337 / CC-BY-SAToday is the 74th anniversary of the beginning of Soviet invasion of Poland.

Short historical background:

On 23rd of August 1939 the Treaty of Non-aggression between Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was signed by Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov and his German counterpart Joachim von Ribbentrop. The pact contained a secret protocol dividing Central Europe, including Poland, Baltic States (Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) and Southeastern Europe into two spheres of influence, German and Soviet.

On 1st of September 1939 Germany invaded Poland.

On 16th of September cease fire followed the agreement between Soviet Union and Empire of Japan, allowing Soviet Union to concentrate on European war.

Vienna330 years ago the Turkish Ottoman army of 110-300 thousands, under the command of Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa Pasha besieged Vienna, the strategic stronghold at the gates of Christian Europe in order to conquer the continent. After two months of siege the crew defending Vienna was preparing for combat within the city walls. In the mean time an envoy was sent to a Polish ally, king John III Sobieski to request a relief, which ended up with one of the most important battles of all times.

Summer holidays are gone, lets talk about holiday destinations, and particularly about what you can find in the sea. I'm talking about the treasures of huge value one certainly doesn't want to find. Nuclear warheads. Over 50 nuclear warheads have been lost in the world's oceans following aircraft and naval accidents, and about 26 nuclear reactors have been lost or deliberately dumped at sea.
So, anyone have been to Morocco this year? In 1956 an American aircraft went down to the sea somewhere near Morocco along width two cores for nuclear weapons.
Nice recollections from New Jersey? In 1957 an American plane jettisoned two nukes off the coast of New Jersey. The nukes were never found.
Still have a tan from holidays on Pacific? 1962, two consecutive high altitude nuclear tests failed due to rockets' malfunctions. Both nuclear devices were never recovered.

Yesterday (7th of Septtember) CNN released thirteen videos showing the aftermath of chemical weapons attack in Syria which took place on 21st of August. The videos show people, including children, suffering, dying or already dead after nerve agent sarin attack. They had been shown to a selected group of senators by Obama administration in order to convince them to vote in favour of a limited military intervension in Syria. The videos have been identified by the American intelligence as authentic. The symptoms shown on them are consistent with use of sarin gas.

The obvious question is: who did it?

Parade-BrestExactly 74 years ago, at 4.40am Luftwaffe, the German airforce, attacked the Polish town of Wieluń (now central Poland), destroying most of the town and killing about 1200 people, most of them civillians. Five minutes later, the German battleship Schleswig-Holstein attacked Polish Military Transit Depot at Westerplatte near city of Gdańsk. Those two events are regarded as the beginning of the Second World War.


Tomas Schuman a.k.a. Yuri Bezmenov, former Soviet spy, talks about subversion, KGB technique to invade any country or area.

Yuri Bezmenov (1939-1993) was a journalist and a KGB informant in India who after escaping disguised as a hippie defected to Canada in 1970. Under the pen-name Tomas D. Schuman he wrote the book Loveletter to America.

A film-interview with Fr Joseph-Marie Verlinde and his round way to find Jesus.
Born to a catholic family, a nuclear scientist, in sixties, after searching for meaning of life he found Transcendental Meditation. During that time he met Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (the guru to The Beatles and other celebrities) and became his brahmacharin (student, or something). After leaving his master he returned to Europe and started to study theosophy, anthroposophy, channelling, magnetism and what not.

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