Warning to the West

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'Can one part of humanity learn from the bitter experience of another or can it not? Is it possible or impossible to warn someone of danger...to assess soberly the worldwide menace that threatens to swallow the whole world? I was swallowed myself. I have been in the dragon's belly, in its red-hot innards. It was unable to digest me and threw me up. I have come to you as a witness to what it is like there, in the dragon's belly' During 1975 and 1976, Nobel Prize-winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn embarked on a series of speeches ...

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Jul 7, 2009

Solzhenitsyn never fails

In a work that is just as relevant today as during the Cold War, readers expect insightful words, prophetic even. Consider that Solzhenitsyn praised the West for its freedom and commitment to truth and justice, then declared that the West would lose in the end, this work proves just as pertinent as during the 1970's when Solzhenitsyn made these speeches. Everyone who is concerned with the present war that America is now involved should read this work to gain both knowledge that only the past can offer and to acquire a more clear picture of the possible haunting future we could plausibly be facing.

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