On June 12, 1987, U.S. President Ronald Reagan made a speech at the Brandenburg Gate on the border between East and West Berlin calling to tear down the Berlin Wall. This speech was later seen as a key turning point in the conclusion of the Cold War. Afterward, the wall between the East and West was torn down and the [Read more]
[The West] should not let the zombies of the Cold War walk openly down the street, frightening those who live in peace.
American elites such as Pompeo have become hysterical due to their ideological paranoia, that's why they keep targeting China in a rude and stupid manner.
[I]t was a realization of John F. Kennedy’s prediction ...
So why is Trump obsessed with the wall? Because the wall has become a metaphor for his administration.
To close off a nation to the outside world is not possible or desirable.
People who pretend there are more parallels than the mere concept of a wall are doing two things: they trivialize the old construction and they distort the planned project.