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Communism has collapsed. The Cold War is over. Soviet union is disintegrating. Marxism-leninism is dead. Or at least everyone says so. All these dramatic changes of such historic importance have apparently been sparked off by the famous “abortive coup in Moscow”.  The hardline plotters seem to have sealed the fate of the Cold War and […]



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Almost every detail of the coup was astounding.  Although many claim that the very fact of it happening was not at all surprising, both Western sources and Yeltsin’s camp reluctantly admitted that there was no intelligence information about the forthcoming putsch.  This astonishing fact escaped the attention of most correspondents, so it must be worth […]



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Andrei Navrozov


Putin’s Hitler

Why didn’t Putin and his cronies simply buy Crimea from Ukraine – at ten cents an acre, like the Americans once bought Alaska from Alexander II of Russia – rather than launch a clumsy and noisy guerrilla war whose public relations outcome was predictable at the outset? The answer, I believe – concealed, camouflaged and […]



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We are publishing an unusual text. In October 2010 we had approached Olavo de Carvalho with a series of questions, which was intended to form a long interview. Mr de Carvalho responded on the 8th November. As agreed earlier, we added some supplementary questions asking him to elaborate on the subject of the São Paulo […]



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Masha Gessen ends her book about Putin* with an Epilogue, which consists of her diary entries covering a “week in December”. It wasn’t just any week but the week from the 3rd to the 10th December 2011, the week of The Snow Revolution in Moscow. This was the time when, almost in spite of herself, […]



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The soviet “elections” were rigged.  And bears indeed do defecate in the woods.  Thousands of young soviet democrats found themselves in Moscow on the election day, as if by magic, and all voted as one and for the same one – many times.  They made their camp in the stalinist palace of exhibition of people’s […]



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Dariusz Rohnka


Swathed in velvet

Until recently I was of an opinion that the largest Circus performance the world has ever seen took place in December 1989 in Bucharest and in the Romanian provinces. It wasn’t just the little things, like the leader and compére of the “anticommunist” opposition, Ion Iliescu, who turned out to be Gorbachev’s schoolmate; not just […]



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Once upon a time, one Czesław Miłosz wrote about Józef Mackiewicz: We cannot treat seriously everything written by Mackiewicz, the anti-Communist.  Some of his essays are obsessive and bordering on paranoia, following a well known pattern of sniffing for agents everywhere, even in the Vatican.  When embarking on a compilation of his political writings one […]



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Dariusz Rohnka


Polemical foul play

Jeff Nyquist replied with his No Substitute to Common Sense to my previous polemic entitled Same Old Nationalism, where I expressed serious concern regarding the substantial change of tone and shift in meaning in his recent writings. I wrote as an attentive reader of his texts but also as a translator and publisher of dozens […]



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My condolences to the Polish nation following the death of President Kaczyński. It is a sad affair, and suggestive. The plane of the Polish president may one day be thought to represent Europe, which now thinks of mass murder as something belonging to the past. Now to give an answer to Darek Rohnka. I do […]



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Dariusz Rohnka


Same old nationalism

Jeff Nyquist is not your typical American journalist. He knows Golitsyn, he’s alert to the dangers of a communist plot on a global scale, and to cap it all, he firmly believes that Eastern European revolutions of 1989-1991 were part of a long term strategy, conceived long ago under Khrushchev and Mao. Thanks to such […]



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Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Nina Karsov, the head of a London-based company, Kontra, which has been publishing Polish and Russian books since 1970, including the Collected Works (19 volumes in print, but more are planned) by Józef Mackiewicz, a great Polish novelist and political writer (1902-1985). Mackiewicz’s analytical work, The Triumph of Provocation, written […]



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On the 10th February 2010 died Charlie Wilson, a colourful member of the House of Representatives, one of the very few American politicians who actively supported the struggle against communist aggression, first in the Seventies in Nicaragua, and then almost throughout the next decade, in Afghanistan.  To honour this anticommunist, we are publishing again the […]



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I am delighted with Michael Bąkowski’s piece, “The Great Provocation,” because it leads us to a discussion touching on the most significant events of the last 18 months. I will now make Bąkowski’s case for him, which is not so strange, because what he presented in “The Great Provocation” is what I’ve been presenting in […]



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Michał Bąkowski


The Great Provocation

To describe the grand machinations of a long term strategic plan, such as the one deployed by the soviets, the English or American writers usually used the term deception, i.e. a piece of trickery, as in magic, which leaves the observer cheated, mistaken or under false impression.  This is indeed a good description of the […]



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Jeff Nyquist


A Question of Discernment

Michael Bąkowski has explained, very briefly, his hypothesis of how the extended “Final Phase” of the Soviet long range strategy is carried forward in Eastern Europe by a “third echelon” of Soviet leaders: including such figures as Yushchenko, Saakashvili, and Putin. Because of the inevitable decrepitude of old politicians, like Yeltsin and Walesa, Bąkowski believes […]



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  I am puzzled and bewildered by Jeff Nyquist’s views on Russia and the soviet union.  To start with, he says that in recent years “Russia has moved backwards, ever closer to the USSR”.  That presupposes by inference, that it has moved forward in the past – away from the ussr.  My confusion stems from […]



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Michał Bąkowski


The Third Echelon

Jeff Nyquist kindly responded to my previous article with splendid divagations around the importance of common usage when confronted with soviet strategy. It seems to me that our recent exchange [1] opened up three wide areas of disagreement. First is focused on semantics but, as I see it now, the difference between us is much […]



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Redakcja


Editors’ Statement

1. It was drawn to our attention that some of the comments placed here in the last few days did not meet the high standards usually expected of our contributors. Statement to the effect that terms “Russian” and “communist” are synonymous, is below contempt. This is as ridiculous as identifying the terms “Nazi” and “German”, […]



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To give a more complete answer to Mr. Bąkowski, I should like to address the apparent inconsistency of my “apology,” where I admit the use of the word “Russia” in place of the word “Soviet,” and end by admitting that this usage is integral to the enemy’s semantic liquidation of anti-communism. Mr. Bąkowski supposes that […]



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Jeff Nyquist was kind enough to respond to my previous article. He even offered me a mock apology. Notwithstanding that, I will treat his polemic with utmost seriousness. To my insistence that an anticommunist ought to differentiate between the sinister soviet power and “Russia”, Nyquist replied: “The Soviet Union is no longer the Soviet Union. […]



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Response to Michał Bąkowski In answer to Michał Bąkowski’s criticism, I offer the following apology. Yes, I am guilty of referring to the Soviet Union as Russia and Russia as Soviet. Up until 1991 common usage permitted this. It is not entirely correct, of course, and if I were compelled to use only immaculate and […]



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Michał Bąkowski


Poland as a front line state?

I hesitated for some time before writing this. After all, our website has just benefited from what I can only describe as “Nyquist effect”. In one hour we had as many hits as in an average week, in a few days as many as in a month. Well, I guess we should be grateful. On […]



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Jeff Nyquist


Triangular Constellation

Jeff Nyquist talks to Dariusz Rohnka Part Two DR: Let’s go back to your President. Was the recent decision of the Nobel Peace Prize committee a direct result of his UN speech where he declared his goal of nuclear disarmament? Or do you think we ought to see it in a wider context? JN: The […]



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Jeff Nyquist


Triangular Constellation

Jeff Nyquist talks to Dariusz Rohnka Part One Dariusz Rohnka: Jeff, you belong to a very small group of American writers trying to understand the events of 1989-1991. What in your opinion was the decisive factor in the universal acceptance of the official version of events? Why is it that other interpretations aroused so little […]



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