Dugin’s Guideline – Monument to Catherine in Crimea

With how hard we defended our Crimea during the Crimean war when on the side of the Turks against us, made entire West, it is hard to imagine Russian soldiers poured blood on every piece of land in Sevastopol. But this is not just imperialism, it is a spiritual gesture of the fulfillment of our historic mission: in Crimea, a Russian Prince, and through him the Russian State and the Russian people were entrusted with the light of Christ faith. So we carried her peoples to piously observed and protected. This Korsunsky oath alive in us to this day.

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Ukraine Conflict Round-Up

Russian troops in Crimea receive S-400 antiaircraft missile system

Source claims Ukrainian Defense Ministry employee is organizer of Crimea subversive acts

Russian Build-Up In and Around Ukraine: August 12, 2016

Putin throws down the gauntlet – takes aim at US, calls Poroshenko ”puppet”

General Staff: Ukraine reinforced troops at the border with the Crimea

Russia threatens to break ties with Ukraine as tension rises

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Ukraine War Warning!

Russia announces war games after accusing Ukraine of terrorist plot


Dispute Between Russia and Ukraine Over Crimea Accusations Escalates


Russia Launches Naval Exercises in Black Sea Amid Escalating Standoff with Ukraine


Military Escalation by Russia in Crimea Against Ukraine


Ukraine puts army on combat alert along border with Crimea


UN Security Council to hold emergency meeting on Crimea


Ukraine on high alert as Russia tensions over Crimea soar, Putin issues threat


Russia Warns of ‘Consequences’ After Deaths as Ukraine on Alert


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Crimean War and Beginning of the Great Game | Alexander Dugin

In the context of the Great Game between England and Russia, i.e. thalassocracy against tellurocracy, the balance of power was formed on the eve of the Crimean War. In this scenario, Russia was in a difficult situation, as it was faced with a large thalassocracy coalition and did not have a reliable partner or ally in Europe. Austria left Russia at a critical moment, while Britain and France were on the side of Turkey, adding another important strategic component to the anti-Russian front. From a geopolitical point of view, it was a huge success for British diplomacy: London managed to isolate Russia from all possible allies, and such a coalition and its actions would only be successful for the British Empire, under any circumstances.

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