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Geshmaal
Geshmaal
1 month ago

I only read the Long Telegram recently, and my take away was that Kennan was describing the Soviets as using communism as a means of implementing previous Russian ideologies. Really interesting that he went on later to blame Marxism rather than the mindset of the Russian leadership. I think you can see a lot of what Kennan wrote about in the Long Telegram with the current Russian regime, which is more outright fascist than anything else.

jay mudd
jay mudd
1 month ago

Kennan wrote a great book on the Franco Russian alliance

All Around Arbiter
All Around Arbiter
1 month ago

Great Video

YOUNA1
YOUNA1
1 month ago

no more! we are in a multipolar world as of 2 24 22..adventurism will be confronted

Xanatos 81
Xanatos 81
1 month ago

Man…looking at the events of today and the actions of Russia, it's kinda hard to argue with what Mr. Keenan saw all those many years ago.

I grew up in the tail end of the Cold War. I well remember the boogeyman that was always in the back of people's minds up until the day the Berlin Wall fell and the collapse of the Soviet Union.

I've studied Russian culture and world history as a hobbie for many years. What always struck me was the fact that the mentality of Russian superiority and pride – which was a core basis of the Soviet Union – never really left Russia.

So we're did all the scary former Soviets go? The obvious answer is they didn't go anywhere. They just shifted tactics and have slowly been reintroducing the old school Soviet mentality.

We're now seeing the opening days of a resurgent Soviet ideology. This move by Putin is blatantly aggressive and probably the most destabilizing event in terms of world security since the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Francis Larvey
Francis Larvey
1 month ago

At standard rates, that telegram cost American taxpayers$ 1 million

Kyle Goodreau
Kyle Goodreau
1 month ago

4:00 that’s not George Kennan that’s W Averell Harriman special envoy to the us

charles1964
charles1964
1 month ago

I like this channel's format and use of archival footage but I have noticed an Anti-American slant in most of your videos. George Kennan's "Screed" @5:40 was a result of his direct knowledge of the Holodomor, The Great Purge, and The Katyn Forest Massacre. Koba was nothing but a Blood Stained Criminal that used The Bolshevik Revolution and Mass Murder to reinvent himself as "Stalin". Great Britain supposedly went to war to Free Poland – Hitler Never would have Invaded without the Secret Protocol dividing Poland with The USSR – but only Ribbentrop saw the end of a rope, not Molotov who signed on behalf of his master in The Kremlin. I have no doubt the Soviets would have enslaved all of Europe without the American Atomic Monopoly and The USAAF following the defeat of Nazi Germany, one only has to look at their Post War behavior to know that…..

Johnny Thunders
Johnny Thunders
1 month ago

As a measure of how far we've fallen look at the clowns from the state department the Brandon regime trots out now from Blinken on down

Terence Winters
Terence Winters
1 month ago

Actually it didn't. Atomic spying by the soviets did along with their plans to make their iron curtain . See the Churchill speech and the beginnings of Venona. Kennans telegram was however important to the internal state department debate because of soviet infiltration .

trelard
trelard
1 month ago

The Cold War never ended, it just moved it's base to the CCP. One way or another, it will end. The CCP will face what the USSR did, only they don't get to walk away in peace from this one when it actually ends.

Darin Ladd
Darin Ladd
1 month ago

Listen, man. I can't tell you just how good this series is. This stuff totally affected all of us right up until today, but few understand how those simple ideals crashed so hard against each other. Right up to it, toe-to-toe to the nearly very end? And everything since?! So, preach it, man!

Pruthu Chauhan
Pruthu Chauhan
1 month ago

Please cover the "Blood Telegram"

Talha Tariq
Talha Tariq
1 month ago

David: "Capitalism and Communism could not co-exist together."
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China:"Hold my beer Comrade."

aeroripper
aeroripper
1 month ago

I wonder if we'll be watching another video in 50 years on how China became the predominant world power.

Borhanuddin Rubel
Borhanuddin Rubel
1 month ago

The left which started the Cold war against the Communist is the same left adhering and spreading communist ideology now…

dinonino
dinonino
1 month ago

How 1 angry comment made the world a lot more dangerous.

FLB Photography
FLB Photography
1 month ago

🤣🤣🤣 the plays on words be killing me everytime 🤣🤣🤣

The1Ghost
The1Ghost
1 month ago

Nice episode.

Ray Barry
Ray Barry
1 month ago

This was video was the long telegram. If by ON you mean all of a minute. The telegram was barely mentioned. 😠😠😠

Milos Malinic
Milos Malinic
1 month ago

9:11 never happend? well, today EU boundaries lie on that push-back…

Ray Barry
Ray Barry
1 month ago

There is an excellent book named The Wise Men about 6 men that served every President from FDR to Nixon and Kennen is one of those 6. Seriously good book.

J L
J L
1 month ago

To be fair, Stalin started it.

Sønderport Station
Sønderport Station
1 month ago

Do you think you can put an end to the term 'megalomaniac' in connection with MacArthur?

Gustav Chambert
Gustav Chambert
1 month ago

But the main question on this topic remains unanswered: was Kennan correct about soviet/stalin intentions at the time, or was he an extremist crank?

Ray Barry
Ray Barry
1 month ago

Rollback was the right call and would have worked. Perhaps not all the way to Moscow but at least to the Soviet borders. However it would only have worked until the 1949 Soviet getting of the Bomb. Thank God for George kennan.

mooodswings
mooodswings
1 month ago

Oh, a nice little channel where anti-communists gather to praise mass-murderers and fascists

Joey Dyker
Joey Dyker
1 month ago

What President put the nukes in Turkey?

Torje Agersen Vigmostad
Torje Agersen Vigmostad
1 month ago

"Kennan outlined that Stalin needed an exterior enemy at all times to justify his autocratic rule." Kennan said no such thing. The word "autocratic/autocracy" isn't in there at all, and Stalin is hardly mentioned at all. Kennan traces the origins of post-war Soviet foreign policy back to a traditional Russian sense of insecurity combined with the effects of Marxist-Leninist ideology, not to the whim of a single man. Did you guys actually read the telegram before writing this episode?

gwho
gwho
1 month ago

marxism is such piss poor quality thinking

brycerichert
brycerichert
1 month ago

I miss the Cold War. A bipolar world was a predictable world.

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