By: Joaquin Flores
Russia and Turkey’s Gas Deal can Save Europe and the World
he status of South Stream and the newly announced Russia-Turkey gas deal is much more than it seems. It is primarily about putting the brakes on what has slowly been developing into the next world war.
This new deal may also represent a serious culmination of Russian, Chinese, and Iranian efforts to realign the entire bandwidth between the Adriatic Sea and India. This has ramifications not only for the EU, Bulgaria, and Turkey, but also Syria, Egypt, Israel, Iran, China and most of Latin America. Its effects reach far beyond the scope of this report, and includes currency wars, and military alliances. Continue reading
Posted in Strategy & Tactics
Tagged Alexei Miller, Arab Spring, Azerbaijan, Blue Stream, Color Revolution, Egypt, energy markets, EU, Eurasian Customs Union, European Union, geopolitics, geostrategy, ISIS, Israel, Nabucco, Putin, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Russia, Russian-Turkish Pipeline, Shah Deniz, Sisi, South Stream, Southern Corridor, Syria, Trans Adriatic Pipeline, Trans Anatolian Pipeline, Turkey, Turkish Stream, Ukraine, White Stream
By: Leonid V. Savin (translated by Kristina Kharlova)
The Future Of Eurasia: Prolegomena for the Geopolitical Integration of the Continent
The beginning of the 21st century has not been as rosy as it was described by futurologists and planned by politicians: a global financial crisis, problems within the Eurozone, the “swamp” for American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, armed conflicts in Central Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, a series of color revolutions in the post-Soviet space, and riots in the capitals of Western Europe. It would seem that with modern technology, historical heritage and conventional agreement on human rights Europe has already defined its future and, if not is following the planning, but at least is maintaining regulatory policy in the area of its responsibility. However, current developments indicate that everything turned out to be more complicated. The world has entered a zone of geopolitical turbulence, with multi-level processes, new challenges and asymmetric responses. Continue reading
Posted in Theory, Uncategorized
Tagged Atlanticist, Eurasia, Eurasianism, Eurasianist, geopolitics, geostrategy, Globalization, Heartland, integration, Leonid Savin, Mackinder, NATO, Russia
By: Paul Carline
TTIP – Cui Bono?
Who does the TTIP really benefit?
[Editor’s note: The following article is an exposition of the views of Rudolf Steiner, which after a general description of his view of evil in particular, focuses on his view of economic imperialism. The TTIP fits into Steiner’s view of economic imperialism, and the TTIP is viewed in light of being a manifestation or example of this category or phenomenon, which Steiner traces to 17th century English parliamentarianism. This article also includes a discourse on the definition and reality of the US Empire, and explores both MacKinder and Brzezinski’s view of the US interest in Europe, as being a bridgehead aimed at containment of the Eurasian heartland. – J.V Capone]
“Europe is America’s essential geopolitical bridgehead on the Eurasian continent (p.59)…America’s central geostrategic goal in Europe …is to consolidate through a more genuine transatlantic partnership the US bridgehead on the continent so that an enlarging Europe can become a more viable springboard for projecting into Eurasia the international democratic and cooperative order.” – Zbigniew Brzezinski, Grand Chessboard
One of the most important elements of Austrian scientist and philosopher Rudolf Steiner’s legacy is the understanding of the reality of evil – of an active force of evil in the world. And since, as he stated, in the final analysis there is nothing in the world except beings in various states of consciousness, evil is ‘incorporated’ (even if there are normally no visible bodies) in real evil beings, whose purpose is to thwart genuine human evolution i.e. spiritual evolution. Traditional Christianity, and also other religious streams, was familiar with the being named Lucifer – the archetypal “fallen angel”, cast out of heaven with his followers for their rebellion. Continue reading
By: N Wahid Azal
The Sorosazzi do Protest Too Much
Disentangling the case of Reyhaneh Jabbari in Iran from its Western memeocracy
f the Italian term paparazzi (first coined by Federico Fellini in his film La Dolce Vita) has gained a certain notoriety of meaning in our times, it is perhaps time to coin a similar neologism that accurately reflects the partiality and double-standards of those elite Western (corporate controlled) faux-left, liberal mainstream discourses on human rights. These are those mainstream and mass media discourses advanced by the Anglo-European Transatlantic West deliberately designed with specific intent, thus opportunistically crafted, to misrepresent, misinform or otherwise disinform regarding occurrences of certain cause celebres (particularly when they happen to be publicized legal cases) happening among rival societies, governments or polities which these Transatlantic elites happen not to like at any given time, such as, for example, the Islamic Republic of Iran. Continue reading
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Tagged anti-imperialism, Atlanticism, Atlanticists, Capital punishment, corporate media, edit war, Femen, George Soros, human rights imperialism, imperialism, Iran, Islamic Republic of Iran, Liberalism, meme, memes, memetic war, Persia, Reyhaneh Jabbari, Russia, Russophobia, Sorosazzi, Transatlanticism, Transatlanticists, Ukraine, wikipedia