I have written about how Svetlana Alexievich, who won the Literature Nobel Prize for her dogged shilling against Putin and Russia, used to write panegyrics to Felix Dzerzhinsky – the ethnic Polish founder of the Soviet secret police – back when she served another set of masters.
But now comes this revelation via Radio Freedom’s Belarusian language service (the things that American taxpayers pay for…):
This [Corona] is the biggest problem since Chernobyl [AK: Yes, worse than WW2 – according to her]. We need to finally understand whether this is really the flu, or whether 5G influences the human immune system. In my opinion, scientists has no definitive answer. There are several complex processes of future technological development – the influence of humanity on the atmosphere, new technologies and the inability of the human as a biological entity to withstand all this. On the one hand, one can speculate about the philosophical aspects, on the other hand – about how humanity can cope with this. There is the example of Greece, where the nation managed to unify and not go along the Italian path. One can talk of many things…
What a word salad. At least the odes to Iron Felix made sense.