I have a front row seat…

I am thinking…

Many years ago I stepped out of America:

I had been crushed by a system that did not want me. It did not want my thinking, my questions and my search for knowledge. It wanted me silenced and tried to silence me in many ways. This silencing continued even after I left America. WtR has been brutally threatened and beaten to death over the years…. Why?

Because much of what I have to say, comes true:

I found someone who accepts me as I am and she happened to live in Russia. I found myself faced with going to Russia (that terrible evil place,) and or spending the rest of my years in America silent and hoping that no more bricks and no more houses would be burned…. Yes I have had homes burned to silence and threaten me…

In my life I have been beaten by Feds, bricks thrown through my windows, guns put against my head and yet I still tell things how I see them. Thank God, Russia does not chase me around and do the same as I dealt within America…

No conspiracy, a gun against the back of your head is reality and it is cold, a deep cold that you will feel into your soul. My family will never understand why I walked away when I did. They just do not see that America is an issue. They just say, “Leave all alone and no one will bother you!”

I left them alone and it is more for protection than anything else…

It is called, “The head in the sand,” syndrome….in Russia they do not have to keep their heads in the sand. Russia really is free. Yes it really is compared to America…

I talk about how Russia is 50 years behind America in its social destruction. But I also talk about how Russia is slowly working the same path as America has gone. It is inevitable I am afraid. Svetochka is amazed at how I talk about stuff happening here in Russia and or what will happen and it does. From seatbelt laws, mandatory to little rules and regulations that will implemented. they are happening, slowly, but they happen in Russia…

I talk about it and then it happens. Svetochka sometimes wishes I would not say anything, for it always happens….like someone is listening to me talk all the time… 😉 It is called, deja vu…

The difference to me is:

I will not be alive when Russia becomes what America is now, 50 years from now. I will be way and long gone. The world will have changed too much and I don’t care to see it anyway. For now, Russia is the olden ways and thank god, I have found such a home that accepts me…

I know Russia will still be 50 years behind the west and that will still make Russia a better place. Maybe, just maybe, Russia will stop the inevitable slide to rune and learn from what the west has become. I hope China and Russia learn, the world needs it. It is far from all good, but….what Russia and China are is a far cry better than the materialistic, immoral and extirpating western society has become…

I just tell what I see, feel and experience:

This blog has way over 6000 posts. Much junk to be honest. Much has been me growing in how I write and what I write about. I change how I write, when in the Tint Russian Village, I write more about everyday life as a simple villager. In Moscow, I write about world issues and world problems. All posts have a place in my life and all posts are very important. I write to express how I feel and what I see…

I live in a whole different world than many of my readers. At 2000 readers a day, I don’t talk about what you want to hear. I talk about what I want to tell you about what bothers me. Today, I expressed about Ukraine. I am sick and saddened at what America has done to Ukraine. Ukraine was a my home away from home and I no longer have that home to go to. Ukraine has literally been destroyed and to travel Ukraine is taking your life for a grain of salt. I am one who will take chances, but Ukraine has evolved to a situation that is not worth the time to travel. Ukraine and or Kiev to be more exact is/has become a cesspool…

Svetochka and I have been all over:

I am thankful that Sveta and I were able to travel (eg. Ukraine by car.) Twice we have driven all over Ukraine. Many times her an I have traveled many many kilometers and seen the sights of several countries. I have flown to many more and even driven all over Israel several times. We traveled to Ukraine back when Russians could travel Ukraine and have a good time. When I talk about what is happening in this part of the world, I talk from experience, not sitting in an ivory tower and making stuff up….as 99% of what you read from the west is nothing but made up trash to feed the western mindset and agenda…

I have a front row seat:

I sit and watch with my microwave popcorn. I watch the geopolitics, the games, the lies and the collapse of the west. I am far from understanding it all and much of what I write is, “Why?”

I see what is happening and yet I am not capable of stopping it and I am not capable of thinking as the ones driving it think….I am glad I do not think that way…

Today I ask why? Why cannot Ukraine be the safe and wonderful place I use to spend many days enjoying?

America? Could you answer why?

In 2010 I wrote about how Ukraine had finally started to get out of the doldrums…

WtR

About the author

A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, whom has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home. His wife is Russian and she puts up with this bear of a man and keeps him in line...

Thank God for my sweetie and Russia...

kKEETON

Comments

  1. Kyle, Been reading your blogs several times weekly for the past 3 years and I continue to enjoy it very much. And sadly for the USA, I agree with your views. USA society and its values has declined into a cesspool. I’m currently 68 and the Midwest values that I grew up with are mocked and derided by the left on a daily basis. Really happy that I don’t have any grandchildren that would inevitably be poisoned by today’s culture. I do admire Putin for his nationalistic positions on Russia. I expect most Russians also do since he remains in power and has a high national approval rating. Keep on posting. Spring is around the corner and you will soon be back in the tiny village. Best wishes.

  2. Thank you and thanks for commenting. I was just wondering yesterday if you were still around and you answered that question…

    I am also a Midwestern raised individual and everyday I seem to be assaulted with information that makes all I learned and was taught to be almost illegal in its substance. Putin is a politician, but he is also a human and he remembers his poor, very poor childhood. He lives for Russia and is Russia, as are all Russians. That is something that us Americans have lost, our politicians are not true Americans and it seems that many if not most so called Americans are not true Americans either. It is a mindset and not a Hollywood movie. I talk about getting back to our roots, but I am afraid that our roots have died and what is growing now is scrub from the trash left over. The fact is that perfection in looks and lots of material items is not the road to happiness. Putin is probably one of the most intelligent politicians and while I find faults in all he does, I find that if we had an administration in America like Russia does, those faults would be a blessing….not perfect by far, but a huge improvement over what we now have…

    Trump, Obama, Bush, Nixon, Clinton and the syndrome of chaos in America has taught me something. We have no control over our future and we must make our own future. Be that what it takes is against our deep set feelings…

    I am thankful that I found my sweetie pie and she adores her homeland, Russia. Russians are not naive they have been through rough times. Times that us Americans have coming and have not seen since the thirties. In fact I think that if we do not gather some wisdom in our path we are taking, the thirties, the dust bowl era will seem like a picnic and enjoyable…

    The signs are there and it will not take much to set it off. When a society does things for the wrong reason, it will bite them one day…

    Perfect example is that we can not call a “spade a spade”…

    Is it legal to say, “A spade is a spade?”

    Have a nice day and I have big plans for the village this summer….We are trying to make a buffer against the changes that are happening in Russia. The villages are the last to change and that is good…

    Russians still call a spade a spade…

    Kyle

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