Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lenin, March 1919 The recent Olympic Games in Russia have opened the country to the world — As if a Pandora Box — the secrets held by the Russian regime for a long time have been discovered, revealing the reality of life in Russia. Reporting on Olympics in Sochi our media, for the […]
About Simona Pipko
Simona Pipko was born in Moscow, USSR. A graduate of Leningrad Law School, she practiced law as a defense attorney for twenty-five years in the capital of Estonia, Tallinn. Leaving behind her Communist husband in 1981, with her two children, she immigrated to the United States. While living in New York City and teaching at the New School for Social Research and New York University, she wrote a series of articles for various publications, including The International Lawyer ABA, and Law and National Security Intelligence Report.
In 2002, Ms. Pipko published her first book Baltic Winds; Testimony of A Soviet
Attorney. Xlibris, 2002.One of her readers, Director of the Center for Study of Popular Culture wrote: “Thank you for sending me your moving book. You are a very courageous woman…” - David Horowitz. In 2006 Ms. Pipko published her second book: The Russian Factor; From Cold War to Global Terrorism, Xlibris, 2006. Simona Pipko is the author of three books and twenty-nine articles published in the United States. More information can be found on www.simonapipko1.com.
Entries by Simona Pipko
Marxist ideology has an inextricable connection to the recent events going on throughout the globe. Do you know the fate of Iraq and Afghanistan or who is behind Benghazi, al-Qaeda and the entire terrorist movement? Maybe you know why Obama, with Putin’s help, betrayed Western values and saved Assad. Or maybe you know who is […]
Have you noticed how often the media uses the words socialism, communism, and Marxist ideology? Those terms have become popular topics for discussion on radio, TV, and the internet. And that is good; but words are often misleading, and to really understand Socialism, you must have lived through it. I am a survivor of Russian […]