The World is More Important…

Tomorrow I will have been officially 6 years in Russia! On October 10th 2006 I crossed the border for the first time and stepped into a world that was unbelievable and fantastic…

It is a world that has very few friends from the West and I understand that it needs to stay that way. Russia is Russia and Russia needs to stay Russia…

I have come to another cross roads in my life and this trip to Tunisia finalized many thoughts and thinking’s. I also have seen that Sveta has reached that crossroads with me. That is important as she is my better half and walking these paths are so much more fun holding Sveta’s hand…

This trip has placed the groundwork for Sveta and I to move onwards and upwards and one of the things that I have realized to complete the next journey is to completely leave the USA behind…

This also means leaving Windows to Russia behind, as it is part of the past and that is exactly where most Americans are, in the past…

I am not going to get political in this article, but I do know that the world is what is important and not any singular country. The world is a wonderful place and we Americans have screwed it up and are trying to screw up a great thing. Are we that scared of what is out in the world?

So as Sveta and I step into a more broad and delightful world of travel and times. I realize that I have to leave my old thinking’s behind and so this is the last article to give a damn about a sick and pathetic America. I am tired of an America that wants to take the world to hell with it and all ride in a hand basket as we go to hell…

Sveta and I are going to Thailand in January. The plans are to set up second home and second life. If not in Thailand, then we will set up base in a dozen other countries. The point is that America is no longer in the view port and that means even when it comes to being upset about what she does…

Tunisia has really opened our eyes and the world really is much more important…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, who has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home (&) Honestly, I have no idea how much to ask for, but is a gift of even $1 something you'd be able to consider, to help keep Windows to Russia online in a Tiny Russian Village?

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