Alexander Levkovsky

Alex Levkovsky was born in the former Soviet Union. Graduated from an Aircraft Institute, and worked as an aircraft engineer. Alex has written twenty-two scripts for scientific and documentary movies, out of which sixteen have been produced. Alex emigrated to Israel and the USA, where worked as an engineer. Alex has lived and worked in Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Uzbekistan, Tatarstan, Israel, and America and has profound knowledge of political, economic, cultural, literary, and historical aspects of life in those countries. Served as a reservist in the Israeli Defense Force.

Most Recent Articles by Alexander Levkovsky:

The Con Artist Par Excellence

Oct 18, 2012 — Alexander Levkovsky

Watching the second presidential debate, I kept thinking that what I saw was a debate between a competent businessman Romney and a crafty con artist Obama.

BLS and Parkinson’s Law

Oct 10, 2012 — Alexander Levkovsky

Right after the extremely entertaining show of Obama’s helpless debate performance, the government Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) published false employment data for September, clearly designed to throw a rope to our sinking President. According to that report, the total payroll employment in the nation has risen by anemic 114,000, but miraculously this employment disaster has resulted in a significant drop in the percentage of jobless people—from 8.1% to 7.8%. (I think that after such a skillful mathematical equilibristic, the BLS abbreviation should be deciphered as Bull…t Labor Statistics.)

Jews-for-Obama, you are delusional!

Sep 28, 2012 — Alexander Levkovsky

First, let me introduce a bit of dry statistics.

There are 6 million Jews in the United States of America; 3 million of them—adults. The latest polls invariably show that approximately 75% of them would vote for Barack Hussein Obama on November 6.

Fraudulent Hopes and Horrible Changes - 2

Sep 21, 2012 — Alexander Levkovsky


Chris Matthews studio in MSNBC Building


Fraudulent Hopes and Horrible Changes

Sep 18, 2012 — Alexander Levkovsky

Sometimes I think that the bizarre presidency of Barack Hussein Obama cannot be adequately described by a written word. The improbable combination of incompetence, arrogance, socialist mindset, mendacity, narcissism, and outright disdain for America and American values makes it almost impossible to depict the Obama’s rule using 26 letters of the English alphabet.

The Munich-2

Sep 16, 2012 — Alexander Levkovsky

Following the President Obama’s “ground breaking” speeches and proposals on the Middle East, let’s engage in a seemingly innocuous experiment. We’ll reproduce here major portions of the infamous Munich Agreement of September 29, 1938 between Germany, Great Britain, France, and Italy, with some modifications rendered boldface. This modified Munich Agreement (let’s name it Munich-2) would reflect precisely the dire consequences of the half-baked proposals for the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, expressed repeatedly by President Obama and the so called Quartet: