Manuel Ochsenreiter: Тoday´s Тhreat to Europe is the US Occupation

Manuel Ochsenreiter: Тoday´s Тhreat to Europe is the US Occupation

 

Nedic's_Serbia_coat_of_arms Interviewer: Dragana Trifkovic

* Manuel Ochsenreiter  is an award winning German journalist who regularly appears on RT covering subjects ranging from US military and economic hegemony in the world, to socio-political matters within Europe.  Ochsenreiter was from 2004-2011 chief editor of Deutschen Militärzeitschrift, for which he continues to write.  In March 2011, he moved to the same position for monthly Zuerst!

* Dragana Trifkovic is the Director General of the Center for Geostrategic Studies, and is an Engineer, Author (FSJ, Geopolitika, Novi Standard, NSPM, Zuerst), as well as a Member of the DSS political council.  She writes regular columns and articles for Serbian political, ideological, geostrategic and geopolitical publications, and has appeared numerous times on Serbian television.   Continue reading

Battle for the State. Russians Awaken.

 

Battle for the State.

Russians Awaken.

 

An Awakened Russian Defending the Russian World is a True Delight

248227777_679812a8ac_m By: Alexander Dugin

Translated by Nina Kouprianova

Originally published at Nina Kouprianova

In the political sense, the situation in Russia is becoming quite critical. These are fundamental shifts rather that fluctuations at the surface. Let us attempt to create a conceptual schema of current events.

There is a People (Narod in Russian, akin to the German Volk: henceforth the term “Narod” will be used—editors), and there are people (population). These are different things (different concepts). And all of them are collectively known as “Russia.” This homonymy generates layers of meaning, and everything gets tangled. Let us orthogonalize the full picture by placing everything onto its own level. Continue reading

Populist Unity and its Problems

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Populist Unity and its Problems

 

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Americans on the margins and fringes of political life have long known that the two major parties that take turns governing the United States agree on far more than they disagree. If the public at large has the opposite impression, it is only because these parties and their media machines have done a good job at blowing up their actual differences out of proportion.

Recent events, however, have made this task more difficult. America is witnessing a convergence between the left and right wings of its establishment/elites that is more explicit than it has ever been in the past; a failure on the part of populist activists to likewise converge will ensure that the problems both sides acknowledge – namely corporatism, the police state and the empire abroad – will continue along their dangerous trajectories. Continue reading

Ukraine, Syria and Beyond: Some Call it World War IV

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Ukraine, Syria and Beyond: Some Call it World War IV

1hr, 45mins – audio, link at bottom

syncretic_joaquinIn this special edition of the Plane Truth, Paul Plane presses geostrategic analyst and organizer Joaquin Flores on the latest developments on Ukraine/Novorossiya/Russia and Iraq/Iran/Syria.
Many questions answered, full analysis on what to expect moving forward. Continue reading

Communist Symbolism and Tradition

Small Logo By: Massimiliano Greco

” Self-management and socialization and / or nationalization of the means of production are in line with the tradition and culture of the peoples of Europe, who know the most distant original forms of collective ownership, undivided (the Roman ager publicus, the Russian Mir, the property of village everywhere, etc..).  Communism, community ownership, often even at the level of orders monastic warriors, was well before widespread in much of the theories of Karl Marx and Proudhon, although based on different social or ideological presuppositions. “
– Carlo Terracciano ‘Revolt against the modern globalism ” Continue reading