How Wolves And Foxes Showed The Soviets The Necessity Of Masculinity

There weren’t many positive attributes of the Soviet Union—in fact, just about the only one was their science program. Although most of it was inspired by military needs, there were quite a bit of spillover discoveries. The sprawling state machinery, although inefficient to run a nation, was able to allocate stupid amounts of time, money, and resources to backwater projects that would never get a green light in the west.
Back in the 50s the Soviets tried to tame and develop wolves into domestic animals they could use in the military. The wolf has a bite far stronger than any domestic Read More

Source: Return of Kings