It is not abstract politics to notice that the fight is on some level at least for the continued supremacy of Globo-Homo. Ukraine allowed itself to be manipulated by the Satanic West. So let’s say they win. Russia is driven out. Putin falls to a color revolution. Gay pride parades take place every year thereafter in Moscow and Kiev. Transgenderism takes root and grows in both countries. Decadence and depravity marches on. What would they have won? It is because of emotionalism and misguided nationalism that the Satanic World Order has won every major war or at least most of them for the past 200 years.
The point being that people being invaded & having their cities shelled do not consider anything beyond the Enemy-Friend dichotomy. They fight for their lands & their families, not poltical motivations.
The overwhelming portrayal on here seems to be that Russia is some sort of Christian last-stand against the Western Beast system. I get it, i used to
cling to the hope that this was the case too. But it isn't.
Instead Russia is being Gollemed into playing its part in Global false duality, which further kicks all the Agenda 2030 policies down the road.
War, weaponised fear, hyper-inflation, energy shortages, refugees, supply breakdown, food shortages leading to famine in the Third World (and as a result waves of brown refugees in unheard before number).
The Ukrainian refugees being rightly welcomed into the West now, are being used in the grooming of the Western NPCs to accept sub saharans and islamics in the coming 18-36 months as a result of these famines.
The stick they will be beaten with is "we accepted the Ukrainians, it would be racist were we not to do the same!" and it will be highly effective.
However, let's leave that and focus back on Based-Christian-Russia and have a look at the man long described as "Putin's brain", Alexander Dugin.
"Aleksandr Gelyevich Dugin was born in Moscow in 1962, the son of a Soviet secret service officer. In the 1980s, like other descendants of the communist nomenclature, he joined the Yuzhinsky circle which gathered around Yuri Mamleev (1931-2015) in an apartment located on Yuzhinsky Avenue in the center of Moscow. It was there that Dugin came under the influence of the occultist Evgenij Golovin (1938-2010), who introduced him to Western gnostic authors like René Guénon (1886-1951) and Julius Evola (1898-1974). Golovin and Dugin often became inebriated while singing the praises of Nazism (James D. Heiser, The American Empire Should Be Destroyed, Repristination Press, 2014, pp. 40-41), and “Dugin found himself in an environment where Satan, seances, ouija boards, drugs, sex, alcohol, role-playing games and fascism mixed together in an intoxicating cocktail” (Gary Lachman, La stella nera, Edizioni Tlon, 2019, p. 248).
After the fall of the USSR, Dugin collaborated with Gennadiy Zjuganov on the political program of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, and in 1993 he founded the National Bolshevik Party together with Edward Limonov (1943-2020), who joined his bisexuality to an equally bipolar admiration for communism and nazism. Dugin designed the movement’s flag: a black hammer and sickle inside a white circle on a red background. The Russian scientist underwent further influences in his intellectual evolution, from Lev Nikolaevič Gumilëv (1912-1992), from whom he drew the idea of “Eurasia,” to Alain de Benoist, the founder of the neo-pagan Nouvelle Droite. His principal point of reference, however, remains Evola, who is for Dugin what Popper was for Soros: the undisputed master. “Even more, he was the archetypal man who lived in his personal destiny the fate of Tradition in the midst of eschatological darkness. His legacy is more than precious. [...] He testified to the quality of the current reality, and heroically demonstrated the orientation that lesds to what lies beyond. His message is necessary for Europe” (https://www.centrostudilaruna.it/evoladugin.html
Dugin’s theory of the “Radical Subject” faithfully follows Evola’s “Differentiated Man” – a man who, according to an ancient Chinese proverb, “rides the tiger” and by means of the experience of nihilism divinizes himself. For Dugin, as for Evola, it is only in anarchy that “the darkness gradually clears up and from the abyss of necessity that terrible flower of the absolute individual arises” (J. Evola, Teoria dell’individuo assoluto, Bocca, 1927, pp. 302-304).
Dugin’s principal work is The Fourth Political Theory (Arktos Media Ltd., 2012). In it he affirms that “we must strongly repudiate both anti-communism and anti-fascism” (p. 293). In contrast with Soros, who wants to transform the world into an “open society,” Dugin proposes a “post-modern” alliance of the “enemies of open society” – communists, fascists, and traditionalists. The American tycoon and the Russian political scientist both dream of an empire: that of Soros is rooted in the democracies of the West, while that of Dugin is rooted in the Mongol hordes of the steppes, under the patronage of Russia and China. For both, the road to carrying out these plans passes through planetary chaos.
Pierre-Antoine Plaquevent explains to us that Soros, after introducing the notion of imbalance into finance, wanted to apply this theory to society by means of a “sociology of chaos” which opposes not only “closed society” but also every form of social stability (op. cit., pp. 76-88). Dugin presents himself in turn as the anti-Soros, but he shares in common with him the radical denial of an absolute order of principles. Gary Lachman dwells at length on Dugin’s “politics of chaos” (pp. 271-305), recalling how the cover of his book The Foundations of Geopolitics (1997) shows the “star of Chaos,” an eight-point symbol used by Satanists and occultists. “We must learn to think with the chaos and within the chaos,” Dugin peremptorily affirms (La quarta teoria politica, p. 238), which negates what Soros affirms but within the same relativisitic and nihilistic horizon. Both present themselves as prophets of postmodern chaos and oppose the Catholic Church because it is the depository of the divine and natural law which they reject. For this reason, Soros and Dugin appear as two sides of the same coin, and thus we oppose the lies they propose with the one Truth of He who has given His Light to the darkness and His Order to chaos (Genesis 1:4-5)."
Now let's take a look at his Facebook page:
Now let's look at the "world without Nazism" movement and the man behind Putin's new Antifa posturing:
Here's the Jewish oligarch behind it. This magnificent specimen is allegedly very influential in Putin's increasingly small inner circle. A man whose organisation has been involved in rebranding the (((holodomir))).
Perhaps we can remember (((who))) funded Azov, and see how Russia has benefited from their operation as offering a cassus belli in Ukraine.
Now let's see what Russia's western broadcasters say about those who hold the views that many on here seem to possess.
And most pertinently of all...