Monthly Archives: January 2016

A Plan to Create God (6)

Giulio Prisco on Arthur C Clarke and the Mormons and how to create God; there will be more about Prisco and his Turing Church to come: Advertisements

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El futuro negrísimo de la monarquía española

La lectura de la biografía de María “la Brava” Borbón me ha hecho meditar mucho sobre la monarquía española, que lo es a la inversa de Brasil–como lo pondría Quevedo–porque tiene un futuro negrísimo y siempre lo tendrá. Esta página … Continue reading

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A New Face in the Snakepit (3)

III- Stalin sent the boy Yakov to Georgia with his maternal grandparents, and over the next few years devoted himself to the party and to his work with Timowitz. Lenin, reluctant to leave his European exile, put him in charge … Continue reading

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Excelente anécdota de la post-Guerra Civil española

El otro día mi madre me pasó el libro María La Brava, que Pilar Eyre escribió en 2010, sobre la abuela paterna del actual rey español, Felipe VI. El libro tiene su interés, y todavía no lo he acabado. De … Continue reading

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A New Face in the Snakepit (2)

II- Stalin was smart enough to know that half-measures wouldn’t do. If he had to be a traitor, he would be the most thorough traitor of them all. For that, he had to be a credible mole, and for that … Continue reading

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