Something Sveta Does not Like to Talk About!

With the way that Sveta turns the subject and does not even like to talk about the collapse of the Soviet Union! It must have been a bad time in the Soviet Union. I know that is why I try to warn Americans, as America follows the same path…

I know of a place downtown Moscow that is a store to shop in. A fancy store. The windows to the outside of the building are full of Soviet coins and money. Not worth anything to anyone and so worthless that they can use it as a floor covering. That always hits me very strange when I see that money from the Soviet Union. It looks just like my money now! It looks just like any money that you use everyday anywhere in the world. It is just metal and paper, but it is worthless, because the Soviet Union collapsed. Do you care that someday that the dollar could be used as a floor covering and decoration?

The only thing that Sveta says about those terrible times, is that she wishes that it was still like it was, during the Soviet times…

One day, many of us are going to be saying the same thing and more and more of us even now are saying, “We wish the good ole days were back!”

I say, “The good ole days were not perfect, but at least the media and government and the people tried to uphold an assemblance of morals, commonsense and decency!” I say also, “We have reached a point that nothing but what gives immediate gratification is all that matters!” Then in a final statement I say, “If there was a devil and I do not really believe in him at all, but he definitely has won and America has welcomed him with a full arms embrace!”

I know that Sveta saw what happens, when a country sells itself out! Whether it is to others or the devil, it does not matter and the repercussions are not fun…

But hey look at it this way! Russia survived the collapse of the Soviet Union and all the smaller countries that come out of America’s collapse will survive also………

Did I just say that? 🙂

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!


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