Dugin: The Alternative To Liberalism Is ‘Returning To The Middle Ages’

Exactly. This is what [Nikolai] Berdyaev spoke of: the return to the Middle Ages [in the book ‘The End Of Our Time’]. Returning to the Middle Ages or turning to them to look for inspiration, and I am not speaking of merely reproducing – that’s impossible to do. But we have stood on the path of modernity. We’ve stood on the path of modern totalitarianism regardless of whether of the first, second, or third theory. We’ve exhausted all of their possibilities, built all three models.

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Alexander Dugin: Eurasia: perspectives of multipolarity & 4PT | VIDEO

Heidegger once said: “It is in vain to wait the God or gods to come. He or they will not come. Because they wait for us to come and to prepare place for their Return.” To put the End to the everlasting Ending is our task. Not their. Our gods are different. But the enemy of all gods is the same. The Titans. Now they are on the edge of their highest point imaginable. But nothing could grow infinitely. Once comes the moment of the fall. This moment is near. But when? That may be depend on us.

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Alain de Benoist: On Geopolitics | VIDEO

Alain de Benoist is the leading thinker of the European ‘New Right’ movement, a school of political thought founded in France in 1968 with the establishment of GRECE (Research and Study Group for European Civilisation). To this day he remains its primary representative, even while rejecting the label ‘New Right’ for himself. An ethnopluralist defender of cultural uniqueness and integrity, he has argued for the right of Europeans to retain their identity in the face of multiculturalism, and he has opposed immigration, while still preferring the preservation of native cultures over the forced assimilation of immigrant groups. He has authored dozens of books and essays on topics such as immigration, religion, philosophy and political theory. In 1978, he received the Grand Prix de l’Essai from the Académie Française for his book ‘Vu de Droite’ [View from the Right].

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Global Revolutionary Alliance | Manifesto

That’s why, the main impact of the revolution should be on the liberals in all their expressions – as representatives of the ideological, political, economic, philosophical, cultural, strategic, technological direction. Liberals are the shell, under which the global oligarchy is hidden. Any strike on liberalism and liberals, has a big chance to affect sensitive parts of global oligarchy, its vital organs. Total fight against liberalism and liberals is the main ideological vector of global revolution. The revolution must be of rigidly anti-liberal character, because exactly liberalism is a concentrated knot of evil. Any other political ideology can be considered as a possible alternative, and there are no restrictions. The only exception is liberalism, which must be destroyed, crushed, overthrown, obsolete.

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Alexander Latsa: on the future of Europe | Katehon

Well I think that the election of Trump first means it is possible to oppose the global agenda planned by the oligarchy using the existing rigged political system. This was I guess the main surprise for everybody especially in European countries. This is also a clear defeat for a global and increasing power: the Mainstream Media Corporation that did its maximum to make so that Hillary Clinton win this battle. After the Brexit, Trump … It’s now getting more and more obvious for everybody that they lie and will lie and lie to protect their own interest, far from the interest of the people.

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DEATH AND ITS ASPECTS | Alexander Dugin

The world of modernity is a dead world. But it still is death. So it has died, but not until the end. Once there is something to die for. Something in him has not died, negatives and mediocrities, once this environment is tearing… Environment of modernity has its own dynamics something in her agony, close to death, but still enlivened by sporadic bursts last quanta of life. These remnants of life for a New time more and more compressed.

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