Wednesday, May 4, 2016


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by Morley Evans

In 1964 Stanley Kubrick outlined the past, present and future with his movie, Dr. Strangelove. Here is a scene in the War Room featuring General 'Buck' Turgidson, USAF, and the President of the United States discussing the future of the world that will result from a nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union. Nothing has changed, except that things are even worse today.

You really should wake up. Why don't you wake up God damn it!

You can do something. Wake up! Support

Dr. Strangelove was released in 1964, over 52 years ago. Why does it look like it was made yesterday? That is because we are still doing the same things we were doing 52 years ago. The Soviet Union dissolved — bloodlessly — in 1991. The Russian Federation is not the Soviet Union, but we are still the enemy of the Soviet Union. We are the problem and maybe we always were the problem.


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