A war and love story from a novel 
 by Rolf A. F. Witzsche.





War never happens spontaneously. 
It is prepared step by step in silent secrecy,
 often for decades before the first bullets fly,
 including Word War I and II,
which is then foisted on society for its destruction


A story about wars so secret that few people in the world ever recognized them.

The story is fictional, but the wars that it is centered on are still ongoing. We are in a war right now that society is rapidly loosing as it has in the past. 

The fictional part of the story takes place near the end of the Soviet era during a peace conference in a Russian city on the Black Sea. The major historic focus in the story is on the ‘Great’ Russian October Revolution, one of the strangest paradoxes in history, an amateur coup that somehow succeeded, with an ideology cooked up in the workshops of the British Empire aiming at the destruction of Russia from within.

Cultural warfare is the preferred imperial weapon. The story is about the subtle nature of imperial conspiracies. Cultural warfare is cheap of course, immensely destructive, and is miraculously fought by society against itself, whereby the destructive process becomes highly successful and remains so well hidden that hardly anyone realizes that a war is progress until it is too late to prevent the effects. Thus the war continues. In the modern world the evident goal is to prevent mankind from creating itself the necessary infrastructures for surviving the next Ice Age that may only be 50 to 150 years away. Today's cultural warfare has become so effective that the greatest challenge of all times that confronts mankind is not even talked about. We are being lulled into a dream state just as the people of Russia were by the glitter of the Empire's Trojan Horse that Russia embraced, and has not recovered from to the very day.

The fictional story of a hidden war, The Three Hundred Years War, is a chapter from the novel, The Ice Age Challenge, an episode of the series of novels, The Lodging for the Rose, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche.


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