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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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Alain de Benoist on Ukraine (Part 2)

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Part 1 Can be read here. 5 As for the threat of economic and financial “sanctions” brandished by the West against Russia, they are laughable, and Putin was right to openly say how indifferent he felt about them. Putin knows … Continue reading

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Zio-Banderism: Natan Khazin Ukraine’s Euromaiden Street Fighting Rabbi

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More inarguable evidence that Euromaiden, Svoboda and Right Sector are jointly made in Tel Aviv and the White House. — The following interview is with Natan Khazin, commander of a Jewish squadron of fighters in the Ukrainian revolution that took … 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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Alain de Benoist on Ukraine (Part 1)

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Alain de Benoist on Ukraine Part 1 Ukraine: the end of the cold war never happened 1 The Ukrainian affaire is a complex and grave affaire (in another time and in different circumstances it could have triggered a regional war, … 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: Ukraine, Russia and “Westernia”

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Ukraine, Russia and “Westernia” by Alexander Dugin There are Ukrainians and Western Ukrainians. These are two different social, national, ethnic, and cultural groups. Ukrainians are a West Russian ethnos which recognizes its historic unity with Eastern Slavs and Velikorossy (a … 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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Putin: Everything has its Limits!

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Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a historic speech today which may one day be looked back as a declaration of the end of a unipolar world.  It follows in its entirety. Watch and listen with an open mind. – Open … 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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