Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk’… Saturday night fever… stayin’ alive. It’s all right, it’s ok. Thanksgiving, 2013. And I just can’t lose.

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by Dr. Jeffrey Lant.
Author’s program note. It is 5:19 a.m. Still dark outside… so cold… rainy to boot.
My body has found new ways to display its rainbow of black, yellow, purple and green manifestations, all lurid, that take over when it wants me to feel their power. I can’t bend down without wincing… I can’t get up without wincing, but I am happy, ridiculously happy.
You see I have so dodged a bullet that hobbling though I am seems like winning a “God loves you” award. And that, I confess, puts tears in my eye… only that these are tears of wistful gratitude… just in time for Thanksgiving Day, when I shall have the certain use for them. Here’s how it happened…
It started, developed, and ended within the concise boundaries of a single minute, enough time, more than enough, for any injury or mishap you could name. Despite the fact that I was the principal of the tale, I can tell you almost nothing about what happened and that concerns me, for I am ever and acutely on the look-out for signs I am losing my marbles something all senior citizens do (and admit only with the utmost resistance).
I cannot even tell you in detail just what the affected area looks like, not even if I look over my shoulder in the pert come-hither fashion made famous by Betty Grable in the provocative World War II poster that constituted her curvaceous bit toward victory.
Thus when I asked a friend to see what I could not, dropping trousers in approved prep-school fashion, all he said was “ou la la”, but whether for the colorful designs already in place, the (“for your age, Dr. Lant”) pristine flesh they were written on, or just to be the annoying punk he always is, I cannot say. Thus, I remain this Monday morning as uninformed on the matter as Saturday night. Of course this concerns me, too, for it is my fate, along with the millions my age or older, to spend profitless hours wondering at the latest damage we have done to ourselves.
Thus, and not just by gray hairs alone, do we gage our incursion into the byways of seniority… irked by them, most fearful of the moment that stops them forever. In the meantime, we take fervent joy from boring our colleagues witless by inflicting every detail of our latest malady on them, in exhaustive, microscopic detail, continuous, fulsome, unending, the ultimate get-even endeavor. Serves ‘em right.
And so I exercise my immemorial right to tell my story, not forgetting to digress frequently along the way, garrulous, the better to create the mind-numbing tale that will haunt my auditors forever, every single one of them thereafter crossing the street whenever they see me coming, thereby costing them the pleasure of my company. Serves ‘em right.
(Not just) once upon a time.
Have you noticed that stories beginning “once upon a time” always develop sequentially, one thing logically following another, until the princess and her gallant knight share the chaste kiss of eternity? Real life isn’t remotely like that as this story proves. In real life things go in all directions at once, hay wire, so fast you can hardly make sense of a single one. And that disturbs us humans profoundly for all that exists between us and the chaos popping around us is our frail logic and ability to filter, delete, and concentrate… and these, for most, constitute frail weapons indeed, completely inadequate to the task at hand, answering the question we most want answered: “Then what happened?”
There are several ways to handle the events commencing and ending Saturday night. I could say, and without fear of contradiction, I fell. Just that. It is short, sweet, factually accurate and entirely credible. I could say this, but if I did I wouldn’t get much of your available sympathy, would I? That only comes from the additional details I must add to ensure that you listen to me and listen well. Only these details properly told and properly contorted ensure the high degree of empathy I wish to squeeze out of you.
The objective, remember, is maximum TLC for minimum effort. All approaches and possibilities must be reviewed by this exacting standard. For instance, if you are telling the story of your fall to a member of your family renowned for their similarity to “Silent Cal” Coolidge, each word pulled out with tweezers, then you must make your case as a sullen teen-ager would, words extracted with the utmost reluctance and truculence. “Where did you go?” “Out.” “What did you do?” “Nothing”.
People who play the communications game this way treasure such challenges, always aiming for the Guinness Book of Records with their “less is more” approach. Above all else, never argue with them about anything. Each word you use increases their contempt. Instead, present your case by the apt use of silence. “How do you feel?” “Umm.” “Still hurt?” “Umm”. As Henry Ford II famously said, “Never complain. Never explain.” But do look wan, pathetic, bearing it all with the greatest possible forbearance,with frequent sighs and a tear or two when the action palls.
“Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk…”
In 1977 John Travolta and the Bee Gees showed the world, particularly its male component of adolescent years, how to make a statement just by walking down the street, cocky, arrogant, cool to the furthest degree. Their song was “Stayin’ Alive”, and it was the first thing I recalled as I lifted my bruised head off the highly polished and slick oak floor. It was not only the perfect beat (find it in any search engine and see for yourself). It was the perfect message, for my walk at the moment is anything but cocky and assured, yet it tells volumes about how I feel and am progressing.
Instead of skin tight pants and disdain, I walk gingerly through the corridors of my house as if I were square dancing, each foot ahead made possible by grabbing a chair, thereby pulling myself forward, “allemande left” This, too, is dancing… no matter how awkward…and where there is dancing, there is hope.
“Saturday night fever.”
To Travolta and company Saturday night fever meant pure unadulterated animal joy, the thrill of being in the same space as women of the female gender… the thrill of watching your closest friends fail… and the unexpected moment you got the mind-boggling kiss of your adolescence dreams, the kiss you’d remember forever. It was all new, all exciting, every last thing memorable. Then there’s my version of Saturday night fever… 101 degrees and rising faster than the body you are trying to push up and off the floor.
One minute this body is as well as it ever gets (fair to middling); the next it is heaped on the flood, sprawled, crumpled, its landing marked by loud thumps possibly (but only possibly) louder in my imagination than in reality, either way it got my full, addled attention. The fever followed instantly, eager to add its two cents worth to the unexpected concoction. Just like Travolta I gyrated, swirled, dipped and… there the similarities sharply ended for while he went down and came up, pure poetry in motion, I just went down and yelped… something no self-respecting adolescent would ever do upon pain of death. But, then, they don’t know such pains and I do…. I am feeling them right now.
“But you know, it’s all right, it’s ok. I’ll live to see another day ’cause I’m a dancing man… and I just can’t lose.” That’s why Thanksgiving this year will be so very thankful, even if I have to use my brand new cane. What an entrance it will be, abundant proof I am stayin’ alive and understand “The New York Times effect on man.”.
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Are your marketing campaigns falling flat? Do you need to reach a larger, more hip audience? Do you want to be able to easily market online? If you’re having struggles with promoting your business, Facebook marketing may be for you. This article will tell you how to do it right from the get go.
Pay attention to what is going on with your page. If someone “likes” your page, send them a thank you message. If people comment on things on your page, respond. Little messages from you will make a big impact on the way things work out for you. It can be time consuming, but well worth it.
Write posts with real value. Facebook isn’t just about informal conversation. Those that supply meaty posts will often find that there’s a big audience out there just looking for that type of content on the platform. Be that person or company that delivers exactly that type of content. You’ll see great returns.
A fun and easy way to get followers on your Facebook business page is to create a contest. Loyal followers will share their contest entry with their own followers and spread the word quickly. The prize doesn’t have to be anything big, a sample product or small cash reward can be enough to spread the word.
If you have a Facebook page, make sure that it has a clear theme. If you sell baby clothes, all images and text should be focused on, well, baby outfits. It should mention variations of “baby clothing”, “baby outfits”, “cute baby shirts”, etc. Brand the whole page so people know what they’re getting once there.
If you have a follower complaining on your Facebook page, try your best to resolve the issue publicly. This will let others know that you are a reputable business and will handle all of your obligations. If you cannot resolve a dispute with a customer publicly, try handling it in private.
Promote other businesses on your Facebook page. Facebook is often about cross-promotion. If you promote someone else, they’ll be more likely to pass on the goodwill and promote you to their audience. That’s a big opportunity seeing as some brands on Facebook have thousands of followers. You can really open the door to a lot of new fans.
Never argue with a member of your fan base. There may be some people that do not like your product and they might say negative things. Keep your cool in this type of situation. The way you handle it will give people a good idea of what it is like to do business with you.
Avoid using images on your Facebook page that are generic. Many brands post stock photos and pictures of the business logo. While having one or two pictures like this is acceptable, people want to see real photos. You should also encourage users to post their relevant photos on your page.
So many people need to increase profits today, but don’t know where to begin. You were lucky to find this article so that you can easily start planning your Facebook campaign. Hopefully, it will bring you the benefits you expect and even exceed your goals, ensuring your business is viable for many years to come.

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How To Make Friends And Influence Customers With Social Media Marketing

Marketing your business through social media is quickly becoming a necessity rather than an option. If you’d like to see how this can positively affect your business, keep reading for great ideas on how you can utilize these online platforms to market and advertise your company, product or business.
Hashtags are a great tool. Use them to promote your conferences, special events, products, and brands. Hashtags not only allow you to market these things, but they will also let you listen to what others are saying about you. This can be a great way to both promote your business and get feedback from your audience.
Be interactive on your Facebook page. If all you ever do is post, post, and post some more, then people will get tired of you quickly. If you ask interesting questions, engage consumers in conversation, and respond to their posts, then your posts will become more appealing every time.
Create a blog for your business with links to your other social media identities. If you have a blog that is continually being updated with new and interesting content, you will attract repeat visitors. Including links to Facebook and Twitter will make it easier for potential customers to follow you, and you will maintain a presence in their computerized world.
Use Facebook to make friends and properly market your company. Make sure you don’t start your page outright as a business ad. People are more likely to be interested in your product or services if you post items and events about your company in a friendly manner that doesn’t make your “friends” feel like you are spamming them. Remember, they may be your future customers, but in the meantime, treat them like friends.
Consider hiring a freelance writer to create interesting content for your tweets, Facebook pages, and blog posts. This will allow you time to focus your energies on growing your business, and it is especially important if writing is not one of your best skills. You should still provide the topics and proofread everything before it is posted.
If you are using Facebook for your marketing needs, make sure you understand the difference between a profile page and a fan page. A profile page is for personal use and fan pages are for companies. If you fail to comply with these rules, you are risking the chance of Facebook shutting down your company’s page.
Fill out as much information as you can about your company on your Facebook page. Don’t make it feel impersonal; put that little extra effort and write a small bio and upload a company logo and pictures from your company that pertain to meetings, parties, promotions etc. Help future customers understand what your company is all about so that it doesn’t seem to be just a logo on the web.
Taking your business to the next level requires a new wave of marketing efforts that you have not previously tried. Social media marketing could very easily be this new wave that you are searching for. If you use the tips and suggestions here, you can find success in your new marketing efforts.
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Author’s program note. Friends and neighbors, are you perplexed, confused,baffled, and irked by the avalanche of bad news emanating from the capital of these United States? Well, join the club. We all need help sorting out this plethora of information that ranges from the usual garden variety nonsense to whole new ways to upset us and rend the body politic.In all seriousness we need a friend like “That Was the Week That Was”,a satirical television comedy program-me on BBC Television in 1962 and 1963.
It was devised, produced and directed by Ned Sherrin and presented by (Sir) David Frost, whose usual impeccable timing for delicious scandal,gossip and tittle-tattle deserted him this time.Sadly, he died just the other day (August 31), thereby missing these imperial pratfalls and hi-jinx which he loved so well and which no one knew better how to present for maximum impact than he did. How he would have savored the bumper crop of idiocies of just the last few days and the melt-down of the Right Honorable Barrack, who has descended from the heady heights of”We Have Overcome” to taking cue and counsel from Marvin Gaye’s grapevinewhere “a man ain’t supposed to cry”.TWTWTW (whose American counterpart ran on NBC from 1964 to 1965 and also featured Frost) had sharp-eyed, tone perfect fun with the best and the brightest,people we are supposed to venerate and admire but whose constant goofs and cosmic errors are just too good to pass by, no more so than in the last week, where the mistakes were hilarious, astonishing, truly awesome, slap your knee and LOL;that is until you stopped and considered who would have to pick up the pieces and carry on…. that would be you and me, the guys from the morning after the hysterical night before. With such an embarrass de richesse, where to start… there is so muchto choose from, relish, and enjoy.Scapegoats wanted.
Please apply to B. Obama, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for details.Unless you’ve been living in a cave (and maybe even then) you know that our-erst while president has nailed his tattered colors to the mast that is universal health care. It was supposed to cover millions hitherto without insurance, with benefits (if you pay close attention) ranging from astonishing to miraculous,not least being the remedy needed to resuscitate and resurrect the careers of lame duck presidents, one in particular. Problem is, even if you want this coverage(and millions do), you can’t get it at any price because the computer program that’s supposed to handle the matter is screwed up to the max. See for yourself at HealthCare.gov.”Computers are so literal.
“This is my mother’s take on computers and pretty well summarizes the Lant family’s approach to the matter. You tell these often infuriating machines what to do…and they do just that… and nothing more. Apparently Barrack’s mother didn’t tell him this and so with his complete disinterest in the annoying and boring details of everything, including his marquee program, he now finds himself in a mess that absolutely 100% of fifth graders assigned to solve the matter could handle with elegance, speed and total accuracy, without sweat or muddle.
Big problems right from the start. Richard Nixon, of all people, told newly elected president Bill Clinton not to try to reform America’s health care system (one seventh of the GNP) all at one go;instead to phase it in. Clinton, of course, being Clinton didn’t listen and did exactly what the more experienced Nixon advised against. The result was a Republican landslide in the next congressional elections and plenty of egg on his excellency’s fleshy jowls, not an edifying sight.Obama learned absolutely nothing from this disaster, more reminiscent of the suicidal charge of the Light Brigade (1854),”C’est magnifique mais c’est pas laguerre” than practical (read do-able, win-able) politics. Thus, instead of creating a model program in a medium sized state (think West Virginia, Indiana or Oregon) he went for the whole hog, a huge mistake that is plaguing him right now.Except for arrogance and bragging rights, there was never a need to do all the uninsured in every state all at once. But there was (and still is) the need to creates system that’s simple and easy to use, which is most assuredly not what we’vegot now, a Rube Goldberg machine that promises everything and delivers nothing but chaos, confusion and embarrassment. For make no mistake about it, thepresident and his disgraceful computer system has show cased America all right;as a nation of bumblers, inept, unprepared, a brigade of “can don’t” nerds and programming “skills” no better than a joke. And this, mind, in the nation’s strongsuit, state-of-the-art technology. No wonder Obama’s poll numbers are now infree fall. Hail to the Chief.
What should he have done instead? Well, for openers, like any good business person he should have tried (and regularly, too) to order his own product, thereby helping to test and perfect the system on which he had staked so much.Of course, we now know he didn’t do that or anything like it. And so he got onopening day October 1 not kudos but confusion, outrage and fully justified attacks on his competence which have only gotten worse as the problem has exacerbated. It was a bad day for ObamaCare and the people who so need it; another black eyefor the Great Republic.What’s more, when he was told that his system wasn’t ready for an October 1 opening, he should have been sensible and postponed until he could get the desired results, KISS. Sure, there would have been gibes but they would have been as nothing when compared to what’s being said right now about him, his presidency, and his health care “system”, and not just by Tea Party nutters either.It ain’t pretty… and it is accurate.
As if this weren’t enough…As if his woes were not abundant enough October 23 the German government announced that it had received confidential information that Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cellphone was under surveillance by US intelligence services and thatshe had phoned President Obama to deliver the strongest possible disapproval.She also cited the great and long-lasting friendship between our nations, makingit clear friends don’t spy on friends. Barrack might give lip service to this pointof view, but he’s an information freak and cannot be trusted.Thus as expected he soothingly said no surveillance had been authorized or occurred but Mrs. Merkel, who knows him well was apparently neither persuaded nor placated,an indignant wet hen closely approximating her mood and demeanor. This was not surprising given the fact that her brush with the president’s global party-line closelyfollowed another jarring story in the Le Monde newspaper. It reported that US intelligence had collected data on 70 million communications by ordinary French people in a 30-day period late last year and into January. I suspect our spooks wanted to know what every Frenchie gave and got for Christmas. French PresidentFrancois Hollande expressed his “extreme reprobation” and marched down theChamp Elysees waving the Tricolour and listening to a recorded version of Marvin Gaye’s greatest hit, “I heard it through the grapevine” (1968) on his cellphone,and this telling line, “You could have told me yourself.” Indeed. And that was the week that was. TTFN.
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Corporations and chain restaurants have already taken advantage of Facebook marketing to spread the word about what they have to offer, but small business owners can use it too! Use this marketing tool to benefit instead of ignoring its power in every day life. Read this article for helpful tips!
Use tools to measure the power of your Facebook marketing. There are all sorts of tools out there these days to help give you an idea of how potent your Facebook marketing is. You could take a look at something like Sprout Social as a paid service or simply check out your Klout score to see if your efforts seem to be moving the needle.
Fill in the blank posts are a great way to get your subscribers engaged. You should use this technique to ask your subscribers about their favorite products or their location. Test this method and count how many subscribers comment on this update. This is also a good way to learn more about your audience.
Once you create a Facebook account, it is very important for you to be quite active. If you never post any content, how can you expect people to remain interested. Videos, pictures and regular postings are just a part of what you will need if you want to do well on Facebook.
Be very careful when using humor in posts on your wall that you don’t offend anyone. While you may think what you’re posting is cute or funny, others may take offense and your reputation could suffer. Pass any humorous posts by a few people before you post them publicly on your page.
You should choose a strong argument to convince customers to subscribe to your social media updates. People need to see a value in joining your Facebook marketing campaign. You could for instance offer a small immediate discount to the customers who subscribe to your Facebook campaign before completing an order.
When you are choosing a Facebook URL, make sure you choose one that is very similar to the name of your business and/or your website. This will help you remain consistent with your branding. If people cannot find you very easily, they may become discouraged and look for a different business to work with.
Use videos to make your Facebook page even more engaging. Facebook is a really visual social media platform. It’s much more visual than Twitter. Photos are great on Facebook, and videos can really be show stoppers. If you’ve got great videos to share, you can see your posts get a lot more likes!
Don’t waste time trying to create viral posts every time. Facebook marketing isn’t just about getting a post to become viral. That’s sort of like spending your entire day searching for the needle in the haystack. It’s a pretty big time waster. Instead concentrate on creating quality posts that people can appreciate. Let the viral thing happen on its own.
As said in the beginning of this article, Facebook marketing can benefit your business greatly. It’s not only for corporations or other well-known venues, but can be used to benefit the mom and pop shops as well. Remember the tips in this article to use Facebook marketing for your benefit.

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Of Cambridge, Harvard and the ghosts of the many diversified people who lived there.
They were experts in theology, education, trade, capitalism, literature, music… all these arts grew here in Cambridge, and at Harvard, often first, since we have always been years, if not decades ahead of the people elsewhere who foolishly make comparisons they cannot hope to win.
Folks come to visit me here in Cambridge, my place of choice. Me and all our artifacts, theories, stratagems, plans, great deeds, dreamt of then consummated… it all happens here in my neighborhood and has been happening here for hundreds of years, no end in sight. Those persons urging me to escape while the getting’s good have never of course lived in any place of such scope, brilliance, challenge, and ultimately veritas, truth.

Whatever the inconveniences (and they are not rare), these pale into insignificance by a single glance. What I see before me on days no matter what the weather, are the great people, the great ideas, the great dreams, the great challenges, the hope and spirit of a great people, everyone my neighbor.
for many years, I have been writing about my neighbors, my instructors, my friends, my lovers, my guests and visitors, and all the richness that they bring with them. I have lived here. I have grown older here. I have used the talents of people I encountered here to build enterprises of international use and merit. And in due course, I shall be buried here.
Now I invite you to amble through the following pages. I have selected a fraction of the articles I’ve written about this grand old city… what has made her… what has sustained here… what has made us proud… and the things we are still doing that will in due course make us proud again.

You will see Cambridge people of note in this book. You will learn of history that has shaped our lives and mental landscapes. I tell you about Anne Hutchinson, who despite every obstacle, brought us religious diversity and freedom of thought.

I’ve taken you to the homes of notable Cambridge people: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Dr. Charles Follen, and George and Martha Washington, to name but a few. I’ve showed you how they lived at various times, and their Cambridge connections. They were just a part of the rich legacy.

Read this book carefully; do not skim it. You see, someday if you are very lucky, you may live in Cambridge too. If you do, you will be supremely happy, just as I have been for so many years.

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Find the need of your community

I would like to give some great ideas how you can get your small business started as well as important things to ponder before you close your small business deal. So many people are out of work that they are not attempting to think of how they too can own their own small business. The best ideas come from people within communities that recognize the needs of their community. Find that need and you could very well monopolize and make a decent living while providing your community with a service that will enhance the community as a whole.

What are some benefits of owning my own small business?

In an era where job security is no longer taken for granted, it only makes sense that someone would consider the idea of starting a small business. You could be in control of your business thriving while succeeding or failing. You can also be your own boss. These are positive aspects of starting your own small business.

Government grants

You should research what benefits the government has to offer for people wanting to start their own small business. There are numerous grants as well as tax incentives, which you could very well take advantage. The government is looked upon in this aspect as the certain evil however, due to all the incentives, it would be foolish to not research how the government can possibly aid you with starting your own small business.

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Research what your state, which you live within, has to offer as well. Pay close attention to the tax information of starting your own small business. Where the taxes might be horrendous, the overall reward will more than likely be worth it. Look for grants your state may offer in starting your business and do not forget checking with the local banks to see if they will offer some kind of break on small business loans. If you are a minority, there are numerous grants available statewide which will aid you in your business venture. The goal of the states is to encourage minority business owners. You
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by Dr. Jeffrey Lant

Author’s program note. I have been ill lately, probably the flu that’s going round. If you’ve had it too you know how intrusive, debilitating and oppressive it is, not least throughout the long stages of the night.

Sleep is fitful, the bed clothes lathered by acrid sweat, the whole overawed by nightmarish dreams, each more lurid than the last, but all with a single theme… that I am imprisoned, at immediate risk, menaced by a presence clearly felt but entirely unseen.

I am in a locked room, the furnishings are palatial, eighteenth century, Russian… from without I hear the something that means me no good. It is coming… I know it is coming for me… that it is my turn to confront the unmitigated evil… the great bronze doors open… I see a giant web and feel the soft leg as it brushes my face. And then I scream and wake up screaming …

It wasn’t supposed to be like this, for me, for the European Union, or for Ukraine. No indeed.

On November 29, 2013, just weeks ago, Ukraine President Viktor Yanukoyvch renigged on his economic deal with the EU, thereby providing the pretext for the events which followed.

As a result reformist elements took to the streets of Kiev, principally in the great Maidan, Independence Square. Here the majesty of the people was on daily display. Yanukovych, a thug dictator of the usual unappealing variety, hoped, expected his opponents to give way before the murderous threat of the state police and the bone numbing cold in which these events played out.

But the people held, defying the weather and the menacing artillery pointed directly into their determined, growing ranks.

“I don’t care what you do or how you do it, but eject the reformers now. I mean NOW. Understand?”

We shall probably never know what Puppeteer Putin told his henchman when he summoned him to Russia for “talks” (December 7, 2013). But the message was no doubt strong, unmistakable, unanswerable.

If Yanukovych had any doubts about his subservient status what Putin said to him and how he said it would have erased them within seconds. He was Putin’s man, pure and simple, his fate in the hands of Russia’s implacable president, no longer his own man, if he had ever been.

And so he was sent back to Kiev in disgrace to use his wiles to foil the reformers… or else.

Strip Poker.

Yanukovych’s objective was clear to all… and so he did what was necessary, unavoidable, painful, humiliating and even laughable. He needed time for the weather to do its work and for his favored police to mete out as much private pain to his opponents as they needed to withdraw into the obscurity from which they came. Thus, “strip poker” began as he ceded cabinet portfolios, then the promise of early elections… then complete power sharing. It was demeaning… it was pathetic… it was necessary.

Did His Excellency think it would work? Doubtful. For he is the ultimate realist. Besides, it didn’t need to work… it just needed to work long enough, for he and his sticky fingered allies were in the final stages of transferring over $70 billion to places unknown. Extra time might not allow them to keep the nation… but it would certainly enable them to grab and keep the nation’s fast dwindling resources… and that was a happy alternative.

Then everything changed.

Bloody Thursday, February 20, 2014.

What happened in Kiev this date is known to all: Yanukovych’s hand-picked security forces fired on the assembled masses killing at least 88, many with a single bullet to the head, execution style.

His legitimacy died along with the people he was pledged to defend. It is an event that distinguishes nearly every revolution, expediting the end of the “old” regime, for the dead martyrs legitimize the reformers and their peaceful objectives while setting the government reeling, murderers now, salvageable no longer.

What caused this massive miscalculation, not merely a crime, but a blunder?

If the provisional government retains power, we may someday actually know. This is because Yanukovych left behind the executive papers that may reveal all, a mistake only a rookie power broker with reputation to preserve would make.

For now, however, we must guess. Did Yanukovych order the troops to fire, and if so what did he expect to achieve? Or did his pet forces lose control of the situation and fire because they felt vulnerable? Or did Yanukovych have a “I’m the president, listen to me, damn it” moment, exasperation rising to fever pitch and total self-justification for whatever he did?

Whatever the reason the innocents, people with aspirations and dreams just like you and me, died for us, the greatest gift anyone can give… thereby delivering Ukraine from thraldom to the rights and responsibilities of citizens. Or so we thought… but the Spider of the Kremlin remained. And that single fact threatens the freedom of millions.

He has provided refuge to Yanukovych whose tawdry regime he still recognizes and supports.

He has made it clear the freedom-loving people of Ukraine must accept again the indignities and humiliations they have just thrown off.

He has aided and abetted those who want to wrench the Crimea from Ukraine and thereby augment the Spider’s power and resources.

He has placed troops and ships in close proximity to Ukraine, raising the very real possibility of civil war and even invasion, which would provoke the greatest European crisis since World War II, all at a time when financial markets are already weak, vulnerable, and at risk.

Can the newly installed Ukraine provisional government combat these pernicious trends? The new cabinet contains the least knowledgeable, effective or experienced ministers of any nation its size. Artists, poets, musicians, journalists and writers are its honorable, prominent, incompetent members.

They face the reality of an empty treasury, pilfered by the exiting rats, a currency in free fall, pensions unpaid, and an acute need for natural gas and heating oil, food, and medical relief. The Spider may disdain such a government, but upon calm reflection will smile upon what he can so easily control. He is making up his mind right now… and the world must dance attendance while he decides. God help us.

Envoi.

I have selected as the music for this unsettling analysis, the Coronation scene from “Boris Godunov”. Composed by Modest Musorgsky in 1869, it tells the tale of Tsar Boris, the man who brought serfdom to Russia in 1597. It is brilliant music about one of the greatest injustices of human history. You can find it in any search engine. I prefer the Bolshoi version, available in any search engine. Play it now, and feel the great tenacity and dissonance of the Slav soul, the soul that resides in the Spider of the Kremlin, the man who wants universal serfdom and will work early and late to get it.

About the Author

Harvard-educated Dr. Jeffrey Lant is the author of over a dozen business and marketing books, as well as several ebooks and over one thousand online articles on a variety of topics. Republished with author’s permission by Howard Martell <a href=”http://HomeProfitCoach.com”>HomeProfitCoach.com</a&gt;. Check out CB Passive Income ->www.HomeProfitCoach.com/?rd=vz1JfdGp