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Martin Malik
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My name is Martin and this is my story. I travel because it is fun and a great way to continue self-education which enriches the worldview and opens my eyes to unnoticeable things, both in the distant countries and the closest ones. Let's get to know other cultures but let's also respect and defend our own.

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Whilst travelling from the Christian remains of Constantinople and the ancient sands of Persia, through the Himalayas, the Great Wall of China and the dense jungles of Borneo, I realized that the world must have its order. Therefore despite my beautiful adventures and experiences I always remembered which culture I myself belonged to, and I also appreciated the beauty and values of our beautiful - White Christian civilization.

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Expedition to Kazakhstan 2010

By: Martin Malik
Kolsay lakes are one of the most scenic spots in Kazakhstan and one of the most interesting trips from Almaty for independent tras. As birds fly it is only 110km from Almaty but on the Kazakh roads it is 300km. Kolsay lakes lie at the foot of the Küngey-Alatau mountains and are the starting point for many interesting expeditions, including a trip to Lake Issyk-Köl in Kyrgyzstan. 
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Expedition to Kyrgyzstan 2010

By: Martin Malik
Lake Issyk-Köl is the national pride of Kyrgyzstan and the second largest mountain lake in the world (after Titicaca on the border of Peru and Bolivia). It is clean like a tear, never freezes and it is fed by about 50 sources of water from the glaciers around it. Issyk-Köl is a huge hole in the land to which a multitude of rivers flow in but never flow out. It has a diameter of about 170km times 70km.
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Expedition to Tajikistan 2010

By: Martin Malik
The Pamir Highway is 728 km long and it's the second highest route in the world, after the Karakoram Hwy. This route, also known as M41 was built by Soviet military engineers in 1931-1934 to facilitate the transport of troops and weapons into the very remote outpost of the Russian Empire. The Pamir Highway is a serious challenge.
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Expedition to Uzbekistan 2010

By: Martin Malik
The undisputed sensation of Uzbekistan are the three magnificent shows of Timuri architecture: Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva. It is also a journey through the Kyzyl-Kum desert to Nukus and Moynaq where one can experience the tragedy of the Aral Sea and see the rusty fishing boats in the desert.
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Expedition to the Iraqi Kurdistan 2017

By: Martin Malik
Iraq is usually associated only with war, terrorism, chaos and the infamous Islamic State which cuts off heads for "infidelity" to Allah. Not many people know about the "other Iraq" in its northern part, which is controlled by the Kurdish Regional Government. The Kurdish part of Iraq is safe, economy and infrastructure are growing and this is the place where they behead ISIS fighters. It was really nice.
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Trip to the Philippines 2018

By: Martin Malik
This is my first trip to the Philippines - the country of beautiful beaches, waterfalls hidden in the jungle and rice terraces. The Philippines is also a country of sea turtles, coconut palm trees, tarsiers, whale sharks and good cuisine. Regardless of whether travelers are interested in beaches, blue waterfalls or diving, the Philippines always proves to be a great tourist destination. Philippines is a tropical, island paradise that we can still afford.
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Facebook publications

By: Martin Malik
Today there is Facebook, and tomorrow it might be gone. All over the world, the politically awakened pages are being removed by the Jew in power without any announcement or warning. My account has always been blocked and restricted, although I also received a warning that it may be completely deleted, like Twitter. You know: 'community standards';)
The politics of truth

Facebook and the media control

By: Martin Malik
Facebook in particular is the most appalling spying machine that has ever been invented. Here we have the world's most comprehensive database about people, their relationships, names, addresses (...) all sitting within the United States, all accessible to U.S. intelligence. In many countries the social media is forbidden, in order to prevent foreign corporations from having power over governments and societies.
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Is travel only for the rich ?

By: Martin Malik
I often receive questions about my money. Sometimes people ask out of curiosity, but more often out of jealousy and hatred to me, as if I owed them something. I get accusations that "I must come from a wealthy family", that I "might have robbed someone", but also other ugly comments which edge over harassement. Nevertheless, I would like to explain how everyone can afford to travel, and I can assure you that this discipline is not only for the rich.
The politics of truth

The political virus Covid-19; part I

By: Martin Malik
WHO: “Globally, approximately 3.4% of reported COVID-19 cases have died. By comparison, seasonal flu typically kills much less than 1% of those infected. There are now 90,893 reported COVID-19 cases and 3,110 deaths worldwide. " This WHO calculation means that even if someone gets COVID-19, the risk of dying is 1 in 30.
Curiosities Travel reports

Khyber Pass in Pakistan

By: Martin Malik
Khyber Pass is a road leading through mountains from the city of Peshawar in Pakistan to Afghanistan. This dangerous section is the main trade route to Afghanistan, which has a reputation of being outside of the Pakistani law, and it is a place of many surprises. This strategic trade route is a place of constant fight for influence between the forces of the Pakistani government, the Taliban, and the local Pashtun tribes.
Curiosities

The Stalin museum in Gori

By: Martin Malik
Stalin's Museum in Gori is an intrusive and downright pathetic attempt to present a wolf in sheep's clothing as well as unpleasant proof of the hypocrisy of the Georgian government that openly tolerate these lies.
The politics of truth

Great Britain and the GREAT betrayal of Poland; part II

By: Martin Malik
In 1942, the Polish Army General and the Polish Prime Minister in exile Władysław Sikorski urged to bomb the death camps, gas chambers and paths leading to them, but on Churchill's order the British propaganda silenced the Polish Prime Minister because the Zionists wanted to use the mass tragedy of the poor Jewish people for Business-Holocaust.

Democracy exposed

      "It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong.

                                          Voltaire

 
Travel reports

The Ancient Cities of Thailand 2011

By: Martin Malik
Ayutthaya was founded in 1350 by King U Thong at the intersection of three rivers (Mae Nam Lopburi, Chao Phraya and Pa Sak), making this ancient city located on the island. Strategically it was a great solution because rivers constituted a natural barrier against attacks on the city. Unfortunately, under the pressure of the Burmese army, Ayutthaya fell in 1767 and the Siam began to rebuild its power near today's Bangkok.
The politics of truth

The philosophy of truth and deceit; part VI – Levels of lies and its evolutionary phenomenon

By: Martin Malik
Do different levels of liars actually exist, and could we qualify a specific liar to a certain level of development? In what circumstances a liar needs to find himself to advance to the higher level of deceit? Can deceit be turned into a professional career?
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Films for travellers

By: Martin Malik
There are many films that encourage travel and deep reflection about the world. I present films which would surely encourage you to travel and help you in developing many interesting passions. I'm going to update this topic regularly, adding new films here. I recommend.
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Expedition to the Malaysian Borneo 2018

By: Martin Malik
Malaysian Borneo is a picturesque part of Asia, which I recommend to travellers who like close contact with nature. The states of Sarawak and Sabah are famous for primary rain forests, huge caves, and the rich cultural life of Borneo. In national parks and reserves we can see Orangutans, proboscis monkeys, hornbills and rivers full of crocodiles. Explorers of Borneo can also climb the mountains, dive with sea turtles and rest on beautiful beaches.
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Expedition to Israel and Palestine

By: Martin Malik
The Berlin Wall was seen as an attack on freedom and democracy, and the fence surrounding concentration camps as a crime against humanity, but on the other hand the wall in Palestine, although much longer and higher than the one in Berlin is kept in silence ..... as if it didn't exist. This means that brutal occupation and walls of that type are perfectly fine, but only on a condition that they serve Jews.
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Expedition to West Asia 2013

By: Martin Malik
Ancient Persia is one of the oldest civilization of the world, and it has a lot of historical and cultural heritage, rich art and good people. Regarding terrorism and the "axis of evil" it simply makes me laugh when I hear about it, Globalists have military bases in the Middle East, the terrorists state of Israel, and thousands of nuclear bombs - and Iran has none. This proves the best who is the threat to whom. In the picture, the Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei.

The beauty based on differences

"How beautiful it is that every country is different. Each country has different people, different cultures, different religions, different temples, different customs and different languages; because it is all those differences that make our planet beautiful. On the other hand let's imagine how damaging and morally dirty it would be to put the whole world into one place, so that no one would have their national and cultural identity, and would be a genderless "citizen of the world." I travel all over the world but my true citizenship is my pure white bloodline. Therefore to summarize I support multi - "culturalism", but only on a condition that it is based on the very distant cultural and racial separation."

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Curiosities

The Khmer Rouge regime

By: Martin Malik
According to the UN the Red Khmers killed between 2-3 million people, while UNICEF set that number at 3 million. Another 650.000 Cambodians starved to death between 1979 and 1980 as the direct result of the Khmer Rouge policies. A lot of mass graves have been found in Cambodia with buried remains of 1.5mln executed victims. These are the work results of the communist mass-murderers.
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2015 West Asia

By: Martin Malik
Bethlehem - In this photo we can see a white dove, symbolizing Palestine. The dove wears a bulletproof vest, an olive branch in its beak and a viewfinder pointed in his heart by an Israeli sniper. This image symbolizes Palestinians as people of peace who are under Jewish occupation. Jews question the credibility of this image, saying that Palestinians don't want peace. I leave judgement to my readers.
The politics of truth

Population explosion

By: Martin Malik
Governments try to reduce the Third World population but taking into account political correctness and that depopulation edges over genocide it is a very delicate matter which has bad impact on voters. Genetically modified vegetables and meat produced by Monsanto and Codex include toxic substances causing cancer and sexual incapacity.
Curiosities

The Aral Sea Ecological Disaster

By: Martin Malik
The Soviets were so greedy that when the plan was created environmentalists were threatened by the Soviet Communist Party and forced to inform that the Aral Sea was only the nature's mistake and it was not needed. In the 60's the Soviet regime decided that the rivers of Syr Darya and Abu Darya will be diverted to water cotton plantations ("the white gold").
Curiosities

The real map of China

By: Martin Malik
Every time I look at a map of the People`s Republic of China I wonder how much of that land would remain in China if we left only what is truly Chinese. In the same way after the collapse of the Soviet Union we could see how many countries the Soviets occupied and how many they lost. Maybe one day the People’s Republic of China will also collapse and then it would become a relatively small country, more or less of the size of France.
Curiosities

Swastika for luck

By: Martin Malik
In fact, swastika is the oldest cross and symbol in the world. It consists of four letters "L" which mean luck, light, love and life. Swastikas of different arrangements were found in ancient Rome, excavations in the Greek cities, the statues of Buddha, and other Buddhist sculptures and temples.
Curiosities

The Polish – Pakistani Air Force

By: Martin Malik
As soon as independent Pakistan was created in 1947, the new government in Karachi asked the British RAF to recommend them the most experienced and trusted pilots who would be able to build the air force of Pakistan. After the Second World War the British RAF and other European air forces were destroyed, which is why the British recommended Poles to Pakistan. In 1947 a young officer Władysław Turowicz and Polish pilots under his command landed in Karachi to set up the Pakistan Air Force.
Curiosities

Petra – the desert city of Jordan

By: Martin Malik
Petra is a desert city of Jordan, which has been included in the new 7 Wonders of the World. Among the sands of Arabia there are interesting rock formations and temples built by the Nabatean Kingdom. To this day, survived structures carved in rocks, as well as theaters, religious altars on top of the mountains, and streets perfected by the Romans. Petra is not just one temple known from the Indiana Jones series, but an ancient city in the desert, which was full of life and it had commercial significance.
Travel advice

General travel advice

By: Martin Malik
There are some things that seem obvious but every time I travel I notice that many of them still need reminding. Often during preparations for trips we forget about certain things or we simply ignore them. I'm sure that my advice would help.
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  • Armenia
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