Setting the World Stage
I believe the children are our future; teach them well and let them lead the way. Whitney Houston is, and will always be, a legendary icon.
I was born a month after Nixon resigned. Iran emerged as a flagship enemy in the Middle East with a hostage crisis by the time I was five.
The Cold War was getting warmer, but the Soviet threat was real! A nuclear war was always looming! Then again, I lived in Alaska, which belonged to Russia before it didn’t, but that’s not the point.
The U.S. was protected by a space-based defense system called Star Wars.
Hollywood made it possible to believe the concept because smart phones and widespread conspiracy theories were 20 years away!
The real Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union played out on hockey rinks. The U.S. lost to the Soviets for all of history until the 1980 Winter Olympics.
The U.S. underdogs, a team of amateurs, finally pulled a win out of nowhere, in
one of the most symbolic showdown, ever.
Ronald Reagan was elected president later that year.
Movies like Rocky IV, Wargames, and others, simplified international relations for the children of the future, Generation X and beyond.
We interrupt this
war broadcast for an important election message…
This isn’t a debate about what’s true, false, fact, or fiction. It’s about patterns, experience, ideas, and possibilities.
As far as I can see, it looks as if it’s a common practice to manipulate outcomes for a future plan to explain what’s misunderstood about the past? Or do I have it backwards?
One thing is certain: There's a lot that we don't know. More to come.
It’s a hazy shade of winter.
There's a patch of snow on the ground.