Nikita Novsky

Rasputin's myth

Rasputin is a truly legendary person. In the west, dozens of films and hundreds of caricatures were dedicated to him, but in Russia he, alas, is the character of the dirtiest and most accustomed myth of the last century. According to this myth, Grigory Rasputin, a simple ...

The lie of the left elites

After reading the interview with Honorable Prince Karl von Habsburg of Radio Liberty the other day, I noticed one detail. Namely: migration. The prince said that so far in Europe there are even too few migrants, and we can easily ...

Liberal Gulag

Recently, a note was published on Knife, which said that there should be no right to freedom of opinion. You never know, having suddenly thought of “Genderfluid versexual” you inadvertently insult a non-binary gender lesbian, but what about ...

The myth of serfdom

Quite a few in Russia think that our serfdom was a sign of the wildest lag behind all of Europe. Say, well, now they have already canceled everywhere, and in our country bloody Tsarism tortured and tortured the simple people. But was it really? Serfdom ...

Anti-revolutionary Holland

The French Revolution, and the subsequent Revolutionary, and then Napoleonic, wars have battered not only France itself, but the whole of Europe. While natives of Lyons fought to death in distant Russia, the natives of London and Edinburgh died in hot ...

1917: The Battle for Moscow

The situation in autumn 1917 in Moscow, as, indeed, throughout Russia, was quite tense. The Socialist-Revolutionaries had a weak majority in the City Duma, while the Bolsheviks had only 23 seats from 200. At the elections held in September in the regional ...

Deurbanization

Beginning massively in the countries of Europe of the XVI century, it continues to this day, devastating villages and small towns in favor of large and noisy cities. It seems to be inevitable. But is this a useful process to watch him blankly, as if not ...

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