Russians still say Nyet to the Great Reset
A conversation with Tessa Lena about COVID Russia
Tessa is a native of Moscow who lives in the United States. Your humble Moscow correspondent is a native of the United States who lives in Moscow. What does this mean? Obviously it means we were destined to Zoom-chat together about the crazy state of the world.
Apart from being an accomplished musician, Tessa is also a Substack Legend. Her unsurpassed masterpiece, “The Great Reset for Dummies,” is basically the only thing you need to read to understand why Klaus Schwab desperately wants you to eat bug-schnitzel. But really everything she writes is great.
We spoke about many things. But perhaps the overarching theme of our discussion was that the Russian people have valiantly resisted—in a uniquely Russian way—Klaus’ slimy but very sustainable tentacles.
We did not talk about Ukraine; our chat was recorded about a week before the “special operation” was launched. Simpler times.
In December (which feels like several thousand years ago), your correspondent attended a Doctors For Truth conference in the Russian capital. We titled our report: “Russians say Nyet to the Great Reset.” This is still true.
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