Books in this collection will help to resist the contamination of information viruses that have pandemic coronavirus. They infect us every day, spreading gossip and fakes, killing the consciousness and turning its victims into vegetables and obedient herd.
“A nation of vegetables?”, Oksana Moroz
(K.: Yakaboo Publishing, 2020)
This book benefits from the manipulator practice about how to resist the contamination of information viruses. These viruses infect us daily. They are the guides to thousands of harmful allegations. They kill the mind and turn its victims into obedient flock. They prey not only on us but also on subsequent generations.
After reading it, you will: learn what computer viruses are, and learn how to recognize them; understand how to protect themselves, children and loved ones from Industry virusmakers; become acquainted with the work Industry that creates computer viruses. And without the conspiracy will learn how the industry has changed each of us.
“My key strength was the formation of the information field. That is, to make information saw need people to customers. For almost 20 years I have manipulated public opinion. Among my clients were topolcic and businessmen, familiar to all of you. Ukrainians need immunity from viruses information. He was with us, but for 30 years it nearly destroyed. Every year we are getting closer to the line that separates Nation from Nation smart limp vegetables. However, our antivirus protection can be restored,” – said the author.
“The lost island. Book of reports from the occupied Crimea” Natalya Gumenyuk
(L: The Old Lion Publishing, 2020)
A common background with “polite people” and other “green men” are known to all, but in front of us a collective story about what happened then, after 2014, the year when the Crimea was annexed by Russia, and life for there the people divided into before and after the occupation. Therefore, on the one hand, have today the fate of those for whom Crimea was and remains Ukrainian territory, but who are forced to live in the “new” government, having neither the ability nor the desire to leave their native land.
On the other hand, the percentage of supporters “Russian world” are also considerable, and they also have conversations “for life”. Therefore, in such a living way the inhabitants of the Crimea – entrepreneurs and pensioners, the Crimean Tatars, students and social activists, human rights activists and the military, people with different political and ideological views – openly tell their stories.
“Speeches that changed the world”, Andrew Khoroshevskaya
(Kh: Folio, 2019)
History is made by outstanding individuals. But can words change its course? Of course, that if they uttered a great man. This book is a collection of public speeches of people of different ages and peoples – from ancient philosophers to contemporary politicians, public and religious figures.
Moses, Francis Of Assisi, Bohdan Khmelnytsky, George Washington, Napoleon Bonaparte, Mikhail Hrushevsky, Winston Churchill, John Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Mother Teresa…
In the speeches of these and other prominent persons can be found words and thoughts that will not leave anyone indifferent of readers. With them we can agree to disagree, but the charisma of each of the speakers and still felt even from the pages of the book. Speech included in the publication, it is not only masterpieces of oratorical skill, landmarks in the history of mankind, which are the starting points of the events that changed the world.
“Reflections on the twentieth century”, Timothy Snyder, Tony Judt
(L: Boat, 2019)
“This book is a historical exploration, biography and ethical treatise,” – says one of its co-authors, an American historian Timothy Snyder. The focus of his conversations with Tony Diatom – “the history of modern political ideas in Europe and the United States; power and justice in the understanding of liberal, socialist, Communist, nationalist and fascist intellectuals from the late XIX to the early XXI centuries”.
According to Timothy Snyder, one of the most important in their conversations with Tony Diatom steel “reflections on the limitation (and the ability to revive) political ideas, and a moral defeat (and duties) of intellectuals in politics.” At the same time, “Reflections on the twentieth century” is a biography of the historian and essayist Tony Jatta, who was born in London in the mid-twentieth century, after the disasters of the Second world war and the Holocaust, at a time when the Communists claimed power in Eastern Europe.
“The populist temptation. The reverse of the illusion of identity”, SBE Cheap
(K.: Publisher Japonskogo, 2019)
The author of this book delves into the basic elements of populism, the motives and ambitions of its leaders, the reasons for the loyalty of supporters. The focus of the analysis becomes a modern populist movement in the West, including Russia. Populism is now experiencing a period of strong recovery, in some countries, populists have seized government power, a vivid illustration of what can serve as United States of America.
What populism offers, it may seem comical, as noted in the book, but what he leads is a tragedy, the road to the abyss. Supporters of populism become its main victims. Undermining the institutional framework of society, populists take a man needed his protection and guidance for the selection of new directions. Comedy in how populism deceiving their naive supporters. The tragedy is that populism carries out the deception. This deception should be exposed to curb the temptation and start the process of self-purification.