Dugin’s Guideline – Russia’s information policy

I am under the impression that the leadership of the Russian media is something unnecessarily behind the times. It has absolutely not comprehended the factor of Trump. There is no analysis of the consequences of Brexit for the European policy and the sharp rise of Euro-skeptics, from yesterday’s marginals to a serious force. There is also no clear project regarding the political ideology of Russia itself – no endless cries on the Federal channels will not hide the huge gaping holes – in Russia there is no ideology, no strategy for the future. Everything is decided ad hoc, and no step in this direction, as there was no and no.

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Dugin’s Guideline – Groundhog day

Don’t know why, but it struck me as odd, and holidays, and related artifacts – for example, the movie “Groundhog Day” in 1993 with bill Murray and Andie MacDowell in the lead roles. Not so much the holiday that was celebrated in ancient Europe, when awakened sleeping the winter sleep of animals and their embarrassed behavior was determined to be successful spring for agricultural work, how much the plot of the film is about the repetition of the same day in an endless sequence, somehow associated with the marsh.In other words, today is the day frozen in time, or even the eternal return of the same as Nietzsche’s.

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Dugin’s Guideline – Modern populism

The people as a political concept appears today as an opposition to liberalism. The liberals are screaming about fascist or Communist-fascist threat. They can not understand the essence of the populist moment, and interpret it through the prism of the old clichés. That’s why they lose. Therefore, they are doomed. And yet the left and the right agree that it is only a moment. That is, a limited period of time, a quantum of historical movement. Will the People and, consequently, populism, turn into a system, a program, a strategy, or be only a temporary correction in the way of liberal globalization? No one can say.

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The Decline of Liberalism | Leonard Savin

For us, conservatives, the events currently unfolding are a logical process insofar as liberalism itself is a destructive phenomenon. Whether sooner or later, the collapse of liberalism is inevitable. The question is rather how much or for how long the basic liberal institutions around the world can be repressive, non-transparent, and unaccountable, and how people in different countries – primarily those in the West – will be able to change the status quo and develop an alternative way that corresponds to their own aspirations and based on their own cultures, traditions, and identities.

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