July 29, 2009

Georgy Gounev,  June 21, 2009

When I heard the name of Lieutenant Colonel Allen West (West) I never imagined that one day I would know the man well enough in order to write about him.  Several years ago there was a TV report about a military officer whose extremely promising military career that lasted for 22 years and had led him through the battlefields of the First Gulf War and Iraq had been interrupted by a rather dramatic incidentRead the rest of this entry »

An émigré from India running on an Anti-Sharia Platform for US Congress

July 28, 2009

By Jamie Glazov

FrontPageMagazine.com | Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Vijay Kumar, an émigré from India who is seeking the Republican nomination in a Tennessee primary Congressional race set for August. He is running on an anti-Sharia platform. Visit his website at kumarforcongress.com. Read the rest of this entry »

Power of unspoken words

July 28, 2009
Jun 28, 2009

By Georgy Gounev | Obama should have told the Islamic world in his speech that it was not the Europeans but the Muslims that unleashed an all out invasion of Europe on two occasions.

On June 4, President Obama delivered in Cairo his speech designed to define the new American approach toward Islam. It could be successfully argued that President Obama is uniquely qualified to address the Muslims since he is the son of a foreign born Muslim man and a representative of a racial group that for a long time had an underprivileged status within the American society. Read the rest of this entry »

The Yalta Illusions – some thoughts on the wartime presidency of FDR

July 2, 2009

By Dr. Georgy Gounev,

Below is the epilogue to my first book published in English the title of which is “Fighting Evil with the Help of the Devil.”

Keywords: WW2, Stalin, FDR, Churchill, Georgy Gounev Read the rest of this entry »

Madam Secretary of State – the Balkans

July 2, 2009

By Georgy Gounev
January 24, 2008

What could be easily predicted on the eve of the beginning of Mrs Clinton’s service in her capacity of diplomat number one of the United States is the fact that the Balkans won’t be in the focus of her attention. Obviously, according to her, everything in the Balkans is in order, and true to the principle “if something isn’t broken don’t try to fix it”, the dynamic Madam Secretary won’t pay attention to the area unless something dramatic happen, ( as  a new massacre, for instance).  The only context, within which such important and volatile area as the Balkans has been mentioned during Mrs Clinton’s unsuccessful bid for the Presidency of the United States, was the fairy tale involving her heroism when she bravely crossed an airfield while unidentified bullets were raining around her. It was a lie, of course, but the bulk of the American media ignored it. The unusually kind reporters accepted Mrs Clinton’s explanation that she “misspoke” while describing the above mentioned episode. With the exception of Mrs Clinton and her illustrious husband however, the rest of the world would assume that if you say that you were under fire while as a matter of fact no one was shooting at you, such statement can’t be qualified in any other way but as a lie. Read the rest of this entry »