The Metaphysical Roots of Political Ideologies | Alexander Dugin

We believe that the origins of politics and man’s political self-determination first and foremost stem from certain metaphysical dogmas, and only later do they draw slogans and cliches from the specific social reality through which these dogmas find their direct expression. Moreover, in most cases these dogmas themselves remain entirely behind the scenes, and not only an ideology’s ordinary representatives but also its exponents or “creators” at times do not even have the slightest idea of such. These metaphysical dogmas can take root in a person through either the semantic implication of traditional symbols and signs (the cultural and social factor), through innate psycho-mental attitudes (the psycho-genetic factor), or through man’s existential reaction to Being (the existentialist factor). In any case, the metaphysical dogmas which predetermine ideology are experienced by man as something internal, unconditional, and as some kind of existential imperative.

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Killing Pavel | VIDEO

​”Killing Pavel,” a documentary produced by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and its Ukrainian partner, Slidstvo.Info​,​ reveals new details about ​last year’s killing of journalist Pavel Sheremet.

The Belarusian’s reporting had challenged authorities from Minsk to Moscow and Kyiv until he was killed in a car bomb in the Ukrainian capital in July 2016. The film features new information about his death that police never found, raising questions about the nature of the official investigation​.​

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The question of forming a new political elite | Anton Bryukov

The new elite must meet simultaneously the criteria of subjectivity and independence, and to be focused on the interests of the state. This combination is only possible if there is simultaneously the development of personality, which has remained true to the civilization. This is the principle of freedom in Ministry. Elite definitely needs to be a representative of the people’s identity to be the expression of the ideas and aspirations of the people, and to understand and accept the values and the cultural code of the people. Potential candidates of the new elite must belong to any of traditional religions, without this man can not be considered a part of the Eurasian elites.

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The end of the cleavage left – right ? | Breizh-info.com

Populism is not an ideology, it is, therefore, intrinsically neither right nor left wing, but it may depending on the circumstances display elements ideological considered to be of the right or the left. As wrote Pierre-André Taguieff, who is based on an analysis of the political scientist rennes Yves Mény, in his book entitled ‘The revenge of nationalism’ (published in 2015), the populist movements appear when political parties do not respond to a strong demand for a substantial part of the people.

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The End of the Modern World: Interview with Alain de Benoist

The popular classes are not only exasperated by the “way in which the city is managed.” They want to end administrative management, that is to say end the power of an expertocracy that pretends political problems are only technical problems in the final analysis (for which there only evidently exists a single rational solution) and who seek to seek to turn the governing of men into the administration of things. They realize that “governance” is only a means of governing without the people. What Vincent Coussedière called the “populism of the people” which is nothing other than a demand addressed to the politicians to actually practice politics in place of sticking to management.

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