Lenin

Book Review of Darkness at Noon by Arthur Koestler. Reviewed by Miguel A. Faria, MD

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Tuesday, January 3, 2017

I went to Communism as one goes to a spring of fresh water, and I left Communism as one clambers out of a poisoned river strewn with the wreckage of flooded cities and the corpses of the drowned. --- Arthur Koestler

A conversation with Dr. Adam Bogart about the Bolsheviks and Lenin's and Stalin’s illnesses

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Monday, November 21, 2016

November 12, 2016, Hi Miguel, Food for thought [“Vladimir Mikhailovich Bekhterev (1857–1927): Strange Circumstances Surrounding the Death of the Great Russian Neurologist” by Kesselring J] … It seems either Stalin or some of his colleagues consulted a neurologist about his withered arm in 1927, and the neurologist made a dx. of syringomyelia. [But] it is usually attributed by historians to either beatings by his father or childhood infection of some sort. But as you say, historians cannot be doctors [or medical scientists!].

Neuropharmacology as a Long-Range Strategic War Policy

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Russell L. Blaylock, MD
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Feature Article
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Spring 2002
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7
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1

Our country is rotting. It is sick with a disease so shocking
that we turn our faces from it in dread.
Increasingly, it is home to a class of citizens for whom
the most basic rules of social
organization have come unraveled.

Jared Taylor
Paved With Good Intentions