Conservative groups unanimously disapprove Trump’s action | ALEXANDER DUGIN

The Syria and Russia are symbols. The russophily is not necessary – but what is necessary — real patriotism and the radical rejection of globalism. Trump was important figure of common struggle. He is no more. But the essential is already proved: American People is awakening. The people for conservatives does matter more than anything else. And those are their leaders who truthfully represent the People, the People as living historic entity with the identity, tradition and culture.

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Hybrid Wars: The Indirect Adaptive Approach To Regime Change | Andrew Korybko

The structural events in Syria and Ukraine serve as the case studies for testing this new theory, and it will be taken for a given that the reader has some level of pre-existing knowledge about these situations. The book aims to elaborate upon and analyze the evolving US regime change template and method of warfare first described at the Moscow Conference on International Security 2014, as well as showing that the combination of Color Revolutions and Unconventional Warfare represents a new theory of state destabilization that is ready for strategic deployment all across the world.

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Chemical attack in Syria and the failure of journalism | Colonel Cassad

Journalistic reports about the chemical attack in Idlib province, which happened on Tuesday began a fresh example of the collapse of journalism. As soon as it comes to Syria, or more precisely, as soon as it comes to a war, in which Western countries have decided to put one of the parties bloodthirsty tyrant who should be removed, the entire investigative journalism and critical thinking all vanish like smoke.

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The Wolfowitz Monster is BACK

“I would say in some ways it reminds me of 1995 in Bosnia. After three years of dithering by both U.S. administrations, President Clinton finally took military action that opened the door to a Dayton Agreement. You couldn’t have said right after that military action what shape the agreement would take. That’s diplomacy. It’s unpredictable. But I think it doesn’t happen without leverage, and we now have leverage.”

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