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Intellectual. This is a bitter word - Comments

Mao Tse-Tung used to say that the more books he was reading, the more stupid he was getting. He also said that intellectuals were the most ignorant part of the nation. Vladimir Lenin was more precise in his opinions about intellectuals: “Intellectuals are sh**.”

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The British Prime Minister, Government and Parliament do not understand where the hearts and minds of their people lay - against Brexit.

Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere

The British Prime Minister, Government and Parliament do not understand where the hearts and minds of their people lay - against Brexit.

Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere

The motives of the crime contradicted to each other until the very end. No connections between the suspect and the victims were established. Initially, as it often happens, the police didn't disdain to call the case as a terroristic one

Terror in the heart of the Netherlands escalates into outburst of nationalism
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Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Terror in the heart of the Netherlands escalates into outburst of nationalism
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Christchurch aftermath: Invaders complain of invaders
Christchurch aftermath: Invaders complain of invaders
Christchurch aftermath: Invaders complain of invaders
Christchurch aftermath: Invaders complain of invaders
Christchurch aftermath: Invaders complain of invaders
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
The neverending containment of Russia
Brexit: Making sense of the UK and the Bipolar Brassiere
Terror in the heart of the Netherlands escalates into outburst of nationalism
Christchurch aftermath: Invaders complain of invaders