German_reader looks askance at my theological speculations. Am I serious?
Yes, actually, I am.
Here are a few ways of interpretating Russian 20th century history:
1. Russians spent 70 years under the rule of a succession of traitors and saboteurs. It turns out that Trotsky and the old Bolsheviks were traitors and foreign agents (1930s), as were their executioners (late 1930s), but then Khrushchev discovered that Stalin wasn’t really a comrade (1956), although Khruschev himself turned out to be an adventurist (1964), who was replaced by Brezhnev who people realized was a decrepit alcoholic who caused zastoi (mid-1980s), but that was OK because Gorbachev was gonna fix it and reform the corrupt Party (late 1980s), only to have it all come crashing down after which he too became an enemy, traitor, and foreign agent.
This is the literal Soviet version of their history when you get cancel out all the doublethink.
2. Russians spent 70 years serving as biomaterial for the intrigues of the English aristocracy.
Yes, there really is a theory that the USSR was a “cryptocolony” of England (and the RF remains such to this date). Guy called Dmitry Galkovsky. He enjoys great cred amongst many Russian nationalists for some reason I don’t understand. Why the hell would you even want to be a nationalist of a loser country that’s been cucked by the cucked royal family of a country that is cucking itself away into non-existence?
3. Russians spent 70 years getting anally raped by the Schicklgrubers, Dzhugashvilis, and sundry Bronsteins of the world. And many of them think that’s just swell to this day.
This is the non-sovok description of the 20th century that also happens to not be a Fomenko-tier historical conspiracy theory. Consequently, it is also the most credible one.
So yes, I am entirely serious about the Sixth Proof.
Given the choices on offer, I would much rather believe that God punishing Russia for its sins than any of the alternatives. It is in fact the only one in which Russians don’t come off as veritable subhumans.