Tag Archives: Eurasianism

Don’t Wake the Russian Bear (Video)

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An Important video posted in solidarity with everyone fighting for freedom and justice in Novorossia. http://www.liveleak.com/ll_embed?f=40ddc495995a

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Alexander Dugin: Orthodox Eurasianism

Orthodox Eurasianism – Alexander Dugin   Translated for Open Revolt by Venator   1 – The term “Orthodox Eurasianism” is increasingly used by the junta in Kiev to describe the worldview of the Republic of Novorossia. While it is clear … Continue reading

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The Long Path: An Interview With Alexander Dugin

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A recent interview with Alexander Dugin and a South American journalist we’re happy to share here on Open Revolt. 1. The greater public of don’t know about you, can you speak a little bit about your intellectual path in Russia? … Continue reading

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Leonid Savin: The Situation in and Around Ukraine in a Nutshell

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By Leonid Savin The main trend in US and European mass media describing events in Ukraine is the following: After the fall of the Yanukovich regime, riots started, which are supported, in particular, by the Russian Federation. US and EU … Continue reading

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Vladimir Posner Interviews Alexander Dugin

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Aired on the Russian Channel One, April 21, 2014 Transcribed by Michael M.   VP: Our guest today is the philosopher Alexander Dugin. Hello, Alexander Gelyevich. AD: Hello. Christ is Risen! VP: Well, maybe. You know that I have a … Continue reading

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Alexander Dugin: The Crimean Way

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The Crimean Way by Alexander Dugin   One can highlight four main streams of events that happened in the last week in the Ukrainian drama: – The start of the presidential campaign and the attempt of Kiev to present “the … Continue reading

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Gábor Vona of Jobbik: Thoughts on the Creation of Intellectual Eurasianism

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by Gábor Vona, Jobbik “Actually, the truth is that the West really is in great need of »defense«, but only against itself and its own tendencies, which, if they are pushed to their conclusion, will lead inevitably to its ruin … Continue reading

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The Beginning of a New Geopolitical Era: A Talk With Manuel Ochsenreiter

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An honest journalist is an increasingly rare thing.  None are more honest than Germany’s Manuel Ochsenreiter.  Forget VICE, here’s a truly independent firsthand viewpoint on Crimea, Ukraine and much more. Interview by James Porrazzo for Open Revolt. Manuel you’ve recently … Continue reading

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Alexander Dugin Interview on Ukraine: One Wild Hunt for Loneliness

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Interview with Alexander Dugin by Nikita Mironov Nikita Mironov: In your opinion, what be will the future of Ukaine, after the referendum in Crimea ? Alexander Dugin: Maidan will fall apart. Internal wars will start in the junta presently in … Continue reading

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Boris Nad: Russian Crossing of The Rubicon or the Birth of a New World

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by Boris Nad America must accept … … the fact that after more than twenty years, Russia has returned as an historical force. It is a matter of political realism. The crisis in Ukraine is still far from over, but … Continue reading

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