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Sovjet V2.0

Impossible to ignore today (feb 2022) is the invasion of russian troops into the sovereign state of Ukraine. Note the intentional spelling of russia without a capital first letter, as of now russia does not deserve that capital letter. ‘Troops’ in this sentence are regular army, navy, and airforce. Continue reading →

Preliminary reading news!

Yup, indeed, another new book is on its way!
Once again, it is by me!

You may want to find out more about it, or even be interested in reading it! But you’ll have to hold your horses for it to be written and published first. Even though I’m on it, it still is a work in progress and far from done. I’ll keep you posted!

Short impression: Continue reading →

Reading news!

Yup, indeed, a new book has come out!
As they do all the time…
But this time it is by me!

You may want to find out more about it, or even be interested in reading it!

What is it about you may wonder? Well, here’s a short impression:

In the final months of the Second World War, a high officer in the German army is assassinated by the German resistance in an attempt to speed up the outcome of the war. When the war is finally over, German resistance groups lay down their arms and return to regular life. With that, assassinations cease – or do they? Continue reading →

Dawid Isaak

A well known name, at least out here in Sweden. Unfortunately, not as well known abroad as that might have impacted his case greatly and positively.

In 2001, Isaak, an Eritrean journalist and permanent resident and citizen of Sweden, was working in his former Continue reading →

US healthcare

What’s all that about you’ll wonder? Hear me out and I’ll try to explain.

The former, real, president of the US had a list of things he’d like to accomplish during his presidency. Obviously, every president has that but this one had put universal healthcare on his list. The item on his list would be known as Obamacare. A lot of effort and money was put into it and a lot of US citizens for the first time had access to healthcare worth its name and affordable. Continue reading →