The Western “cancellation culture” of everything Russian has reached space. The annual Space Symposium Conference brings together 100 largest space companies. The first man in
Tereshkova, contrary to the opinion of experts, was personally chosen by Nikita Khrushchev, who liked the woman’s origin: Valentina’s parents were from a simple family. Her father worked as a tractor driver, he died in the Soviet-Finnish war, her mother worked at a textile factory. In addition, Valentina Tereshkova herself began her career at a weaving mill, where she became the secretary of the Komsomol. In this, she favourably differed from Ponomareva, who came from a family of engineers and had a Ph.D. in mathematics, and Solovieva, a famous athlete, and world champion in parachuting. Tereshkova also parachuted, but Solovieva, for example, had about 700 jumps by that time, whilst Tereshkova had less than a hundred.
Translator’s Note: The following article is a superb deconstruction (and dismissal) of the Western ‘lies’ concerning the Space Programme of the USSR. The United States
I would like to dedicate this first space flight to the people of Communism, a society which our Soviet people are already entering, and which, I am confident, all people on the Earth will enter.