Emigre columnist Lev Navrozov, 88, sought to awaken American minds

Emigre columnist Lev Navrozov, 88, sought to awaken American minds

Special to WorldTribune.com Longtime WorldTribune.com columnist Lev Navrozov died in New York on Jan. 22, his son said. ” The Orthodox priest who came to the hospice to administer the last rites could not do so, as one must repent one’s sins and the dying man was unconscious, but truth to tell, my father had […]

Best of Lev, 2012: China demonstrating will to dominate as West loses the will to resist

Best of Lev, 2012:  China demonstrating will to dominate as West loses the will to resist

Lev Navrozov From Moscow, the capital of the slave country founded in 1917, I came to New York, to the 21st floor of a skyscraper. The owners of the slave country had created their radio and television and even their own art and philosophy — in short, they created a new culture, with inevitable shortcomings. […]

Best of Lev: China demonstrating the will to dominate; West losing the will to resist

Best of Lev: China demonstrating the will to dominate; West losing the will to resist

Lev Navrozov, May 18, 2012 Lev Navrozov emigrated from the Soviet Union with his family in 1972. He so cherished the freedom of press he found here that he dedicated his remaining years to alerting otherwise-oblivious Americans to the global context of news. From Moscow, the capital of the slave country founded in 1917, I […]

Dangerous: An undetected Russian sub and the ‘likeability’ factor in U.S. politics

Dangerous: An undetected Russian sub and the ‘likeability’ factor in U.S. politics

THE BEST OF LEV Lev Navrozov Lev Navrozov emigrated from the Soviet Union with his family in 1972. He so cherished the freedom of press he found here that he dedicated his remaining years to alerting otherwise-oblivious Americans to the global context of news. The following column was published Aug. 15, 2012. “For Almost a […]

How we survived the Soviet system and moved to America: We did it our way, and legally

How we survived the Soviet system and moved to America: We did it our way, and legally

THE BEST OF LEV Lev Navrozov Lev Navrozov emigrated from the Soviet Union with his family in 1972. He so cherished the freedom of press he found here that he dedicated his remaining years to alerting otherwise-oblivious Americans to the global context of news. The following column was published July 20, 2012. Special to WorldTribune.com […]

Best of Lev: What if the U.S. electorate had been educated to think?

Best of Lev: What if the U.S. electorate had been educated to think?

Lev Navrozov Lev Navrozov emigrated from the Soviet Union with his family in 1972. He so cherished the Freedom of Press he found here that he dedicated his remaining years to alerting otherwise-oblivious Americans to the global context of news. He is no longer able to write and his lovely and gracious wife Muza passed […]

From late-night arrests in the USSR to Soros-funded assaults on U.S. freedoms

From late-night arrests in the USSR to Soros-funded assaults on U.S. freedoms

THE BEST OF LEV Lev Navrozov Lev Navrozov emigrated from the Soviet Union with his family in 1972. He so cherished the freedom of press he found here that he dedicated his remaining years to alerting otherwise-oblivious Americans to the global context of news. The following column was published Aug. 15, 2012. I was born […]

Best of Lev: A school fable, recalled after election of 44th U.S. president

Best of Lev: A school fable, recalled after election of 44th U.S. president

THE BEST OF LEV NAVROZOV Lev Navrozov,Nov. 12, 2008 Lev Navrozov emigrated from the Soviet Union with his family in 1972. He so cherished the freedom of press he found here that he dedicated his remaining years to alerting otherwise-oblivious Americans to the global context of news. The following column was published Nov. 12, 2008. […]

Memories of lost souls befriended: American communists stranded in the USSR

Memories of lost souls befriended: American communists stranded in the USSR

Lev Navrozov While surfing the Russian Internet the other day, I came upon the Snob site (www.snob.ru), an “international Russian-language media project, which was launched in 2008, with the aim to connect international and global audience of influential, high-net worth individuals.” One item jumped at me right away: “Lessons of Patriotism from Tim Kirby,” an […]

Who is more idiotic? The slaves of China or free (but clueless voters) in the West?

Who is more idiotic? The slaves of China or free (but clueless voters) in the West?

Lev Navrozov In 1949, Mao named his country the “People’s Republic of China.” Historically, China had practically no foreign visitors, just as practically no Chinese had visited the outside world. While Lenin and many other future “Soviet leaders” had been living a great deal in free Western countries, Mao was a pure product of China, […]