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What I am Writing, Reading, and Watching – A Permanent Sticky Post

I will not lie if I say that I was inspired by Anatoly Karlin’s blogroll to write this post but I shall make this a sticky post that will hang here forever, and I will periodically update it as I see fit. It should help you navigate to popular content on this blog, and showcase some of my other work.

What I’m writing:

The best of IR

One of the most shared of my posts is the one that deals with Jakub Janda’s porn photo shoot. The Czechs especially love sharing the hell out of it. Other information on Jakub Janda and European Values in the dossier.

But the most viewed post is actually this case of Facebook censorship that was most shared on Facebook. LMAO!!!

I am creating a dossier of reports on Nazis in Ukraine. Some in the West say this is a Russian disinformation but we have photos, videos, and arguments and they don’t…

Hunter Biden leaks are bringing in considerable traffic this month, despite me being busy over the Summer season and not posting very often. See the posts here and here. This story was literally suppressed by Big Tech before the 2020 election.

Astrology

The Insomniac Resurrected is not the only blog I am writing. I have a long term interest in how astrology is linked to history, and I am currently writing a compendium of astrological phenomena. At the same time I make some of my ideas available online, on a free blog called Leo’s Mundane Astrology Notes. With the compendium comes a cartographic expression that is seen in the heading of the blog, the Chart of the Aeons. On the blog you see its crude second iteration, I am currently working on a much more organised, third version. There I try out various theories regarding the celestial formations and the life here on earth. To me this combines my passion for history with something mystical.

There are some posts that I am currently the most proud of but I will add other after review.

My astrological reading of the Ages of Man in Hesiod.

Technological revolutions in the modern era and the Uranus-Pluto cycle.

Imagining far future

America’s Uranus Return is coming in 2029

Video Channels

The Insomniac Resurrected has a linked YouTube channel. However, for the most part it is just video dump. I am planning to make a number of videos but editing takes time and I do not find any time to give the videos subtitles. If things go currently as they are, the channel will have videos in a variety of languages, that is English, Russian, Ukrainian, and Czech, and none will have any subtitles. Consequently, the viewership will vary. I also fear that my political content will be censored by YouTube, I already received several strikes on videos, especially videos disparaging Banderovites, and the Navalny protests. So far I do not care but was I ever to update my channel more regularly, I would mirror it on other streaming websites.

I have a channel on RuTube but I only include the 500 seconds of Truth About Ukraine by Mikhail Onufrienko. YouTube would not allow me to post it.

People are butthurt about my old Youtube video, Nuke Poland, where I do mock Russian accent. So in case it gets deleted, I have posted it to RuTube.

I am useless at embedding videos here on this blog, and have to figure that one out.

I also have a gaming channel, Monkey Realms but I realised I suck at commenting videos, and haven’t updated it in a while. Besides, my inactivity is compounded by being really frustrated with Hearthstone. A great and fun game which is totally not pay to win. I also play modded Skyrim but that has been bugging out on me of late.

I have recently reached Legend in Hearthstone for the first time, literally blasted my way in. Here are some screen shots to save as a memory. It is ironic that on my gaming channel I had a show called Pyroblasted. I might continue the tradition next month.

I upload my winning decks to Hearthpwn.

What I’m reading and watching

I’m a Vatnik, and therefore I mostly read Vatnik resources, I also try to avoid pro-Western people, Russophobes, Ukrainian nationalists. I only check out those when researching for my blog…

Ukraine resources (in Russian and Ukrainian)

The Peremogi blog on livejournal is constantly updated by several people, and provides a good digest of Vatnik content and reports on Svidomism. One of the best Ukraine resources, I check it out every day…

Alternativa of Andrey Vajra. I knew about Andrey Vajra for roughly 10 years, ever since I became interested in ethnic issues in Ukraine. Back then he was an anonymous resident of Kiev but he has since moved to St. Petersburg, Russia and does videos disparaging the Ukrainian reality.

Similar to Andrej Vajra is Alexandr Voskoboynikov – now I do not know much about him. I would say from what I could gather, he is that he is native of Odessa, who was jailed for a while in Ukraine and then was exchanged for some Ukrainian soldier by DNR. But I could be wrong.

For other good content in Russian and Ukrainian: See Klymenko Time, Anatoly Shariy, Sharij.net, Yuri Podolyaka, Mikhail Onufrienko, Mikhail Onufrienko blog, Myroslava Berdnyk, Politnavigator, Tat’yana Montyan,

Resources (in English)

A lot of good translations can be found at Stalker Zone.

Anatoly Karlin published a lot of good information on Ukraine.

Media and Shitheads all Salty About Russians Winning in Olympics

Guys, remember one thing, no Russian success will ever be forgiven by rabid Russophobes...

I personally do not watch the Olympics, and do not cheer any of the teams. I am working over the summer season and find it difficult to even update my blog, let alone enjoy the Olympics. But even I was not saved the display of Russophobia towards successful Russian athletes.

RT reports:

Even though their country has been punished, some Russian competitors in Tokyo are being tarred with the brush of a doping scandal that has nothing to do with them. It seems some people can’t handle their mere presence in Tokyo.

Russian world number two Daniil Medvedev reacted angrily on Wednesday when asked by a reporter in the Japanese capital: “Are Russian athletes carrying a stigma of cheaters in these games and how do you feel about it?”

“You should be embarrassed of yourself,” Medvedev fired back.

I think you should [remove] him from the Olympics, I don’t wanna see him again.”

I personally believe that the so called doping scandal was a contrived conspiracy in a long line of anti-Russian provocations, many of which have a very weak grounding in actual facts. Think the Browder-Magnitsky affair, or the more recent Petrov and Boshirov adventures in rural Czech Republic. Maybe there was an instance of doping in Russia but the media in the West turned it into a state sponsored doping campaign. Because literally everything in the Russophobic narrative is directed against the Russian state, and the Russian president Vladimir Putin, the latter is the main target of this hysteria.

How many time did you hear a Russophobe say that he is against Putin, not the Russian people. Quite frankly, this statement is an oxymoron because arguably, the life of Russian people has only but improved under Putin. Most of them want Russia to be neutralized by internal problems. And internal problems will eventually mean the decline of Russian sport.

More from RT:

US swimmer Ryan Murphy suggested the Olympic 200m backstroke final “probably wasn’t clean” after Evgeny Rylov beat him to pick up his second gold medal of the Tokyo Games for the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) team.

Having already scooped 100m backstroke gold earlier in the week, Rylov stormed to the 200m title at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre on Friday in an Olympic record time of 1 minute 53.27 seconds.

American swimmer Murphy – the defending champion from the Rio Games five years ago – was forced to settle for silver with a time of 1 minute 54.15 seconds.

Britain’s Luke Greenbank won bronze, finishing just over half a second further back.

It is evident that these swimmers are victims of their own domestic Russophobic campaign, and cannot accept their loss. As far as I am concerned, Russia needs to learn to live with these provocations because eventually, they will come of them as winners…

Molotov-Ribbentrop for Peace in Europe

Guys, I did not even realize it but the former Polish defense minister, Radek Sikorski likened the Nord Stream pipeline to the Molotov-Ribbentrop pack. Any Bismarckian move, which establishes cooperation between Russia and Germany is Molotov Ribbentrop.

Sikorski’s quote resurfaced recently with the capitulation of Washington in the business of stopping Nord Stream, many salty articles on this matter in British and American press. They have probably realized in Washington that the project is in large part a German endeavor to become the dominant energy supplier in Central Europe. Even the Poles will be buying Russian gas from Germany.

The question is why do the former Eastern bloc countries allow themselves to become tools of the Anglo-saxons that try to drive a wedge between Russia and Germany? In the end, our transatlantic allies will ditch us in favour of the big players like Germany and Russia.

The small players of Central-Eastern Europe will have to eventually orient themselves towards Berlin or Moscow to stay afloat. I actually envision some of the more Russophobic places like the Baltic states or Ukraine toning down their Russophobia and going to Moscow to discuss business.

It may take years or decades but the abandonment of this region by its current Western partners must inevitably lead to a state in which Eastern Europe is once again divided by Germany and Russia. If only economically.

Umland Says Nazis in Ukraine are Russian Disinformation

In a Russian language article by Andreas Umland I received in mail today, the latter tries to make the argument that the National Interest columnist, Ted Galen Carpenter is somehow wrong and under the influence of Russian propaganda when he says that Ukraine is a purveyor of radical nationalism. He brings forth the lame argument about electoral success of nationalist parties in Ukraine.

I have already debunked this argument on this blog. The issue boils down to Ukraine’s geography. Ukraine is the largest country in Europe, with a population around 30 million and many diverse regions. Only large oligarch funded projects score in such an environment. But there are outright radical nationalists in big oligarchical project too, and they are also embedded among the siloviks. They may not even be popular among the general population but they influence the cultural policy and have military units and guns. Radical nationalism, neonazism feels at home in Ukraine. And if the West does not keep an eye on Ukraine, sooner or later neonazis will bite back from Ukraine. Many researchers in the far right note the connection between neonazis in the West and their counterparts in Ukraine. Ukraine provides a safe haven for propaganda, merchandise sale and military training for whoever is willing to swear loyalty to Ukraine.

Read my Fashiks category for news on Nazis in Ukraine.