Talk about the irony of the situation now. The story of the next year’s James Bond movie apparently starts with cybercriminals attacking Sony Pictures Entertainment and stealing a script to a movie. Well, the script to the movie has been stolen during the recent cyberattack to the Sony Pictures Entertainment and posted online. The movie called “Spectre” is set for release in the fall of 2015 and the filming is well underway now.
This is just pure nonsense. Trying to access a Firefox Account turns out to be impossible from Firefox. To use your Firefox Account you have to install a competing browser, for example a Chromium, where the Firefox Account works perfectly well. How is that for a marketing irony?
The Barack “Dove of Peace” Obama may need a lesson in European history, pronto. This time around he came to Tallinn to save Estonia from “Russian aggression” and made new historic blunders. The American President has the floor: “reaching back to the days of the tsars – trying to reclaim lands “lost” in the 19th century – is surely not the way to secure Russia’s greatness in the 21st century. (Applause.)”
Russia is no doubt thankful to Mr. Obama for his concern about Russia’s greatness. On the other hand, what lands did Russia lose exactly in the 19th century? Maybe the Crimea peninsula? Well, no, actually, Russia has successfully defended Crimea in bloody battles against Western countries when they tried to seize it in the 19th century. Leo Tolstoy described the Crimean War in his works.
Were there perhaps other territorial losses for Russia that the esteemed Nobel Peace Prize laureate could blather about from high tribunes? Well, no, not really. You see, in the 19th century, Russia has destroyed the Great Napoleon’s army, came to Paris and Istanbul. In general, the whole 19th century Russia was scaring the hell out of Europe and augmenting its territory, but no land has been lost.
Obama continues the tradition of proving to the world that American presidents are uneducated, ill-informed and short-sighted people. Oh, well, who needs history in geopolitics nowadays anyway? Fire away!… -->