Veterans Today - By Jonas E. Alexis -August 25, 2022
By Mark Dankof.
Despite the best attempts of Western Mainstream Media to suggest otherwise, this war is going exactly according to the Putin-Shoigu plan and has been since the February 24th invasion
Dad, I feel like a warrior, I feel like a hero, I want to be like this, I don’t want any other destiny, I want to be with my people, with my country, I want to be on the side of the forces of light, this is the most important thing.
Darya Dugin in her last conversation with her father at the Tradition Festival in Moscow, just before her death.
There are two main Civilizational rivals in this world: the land-based Eurasian countries (historically within the “great space” of the Russian Empire and the former Soviet Union) and sea-based America (the undisputed champion of liberal Anglo-Saxon civilization); while the former represents everything which is Traditional and yet also Progressive, pre-modern and futurist, multipolar and just – the latter represents everything which is anti-Traditional, modern, Liberal, Capitalist, unipolar, exploitative, backward and decadent.
The entire historical record can be summed up as a giant geopolitical struggle and all major wars of international scope have always and forever been waged over conflicting geopolitical-cultural values – which is to say between telluric (land-based) powers and thalassocracy (sea-based) powers – and not over race, religion or creed, all of which have only served as “covers” or false fronts for the actual geopolitical/cultural goals of the combatants in order to effectively rouse the emotions of the docile masses and thus mobilize them for war.
The Jews who started this war—Nuland, Blinken, Zelensky, Kholomoisky—killed Dugina no matter who pulled the trigger.
The desperation of the Zio-Anglo-American New World Order has skyrocketed in the wake of the most recent military, economic, and political events unfolding in the Russian-Ukrainian War.
Despite the best attempts of Western Mainstream Media to suggest otherwise, this war is going exactly according to the Putin-Shoigu plan and has been since the February 24th invasion. On the military front, the Russian victories at Popasnaya and Mariupol have led to the falling of the Lysychansk-Severodonetsk salient. The Allied Forces of Russia, the DPR and LPR militias, the Wagner Group, and Ramzan Kadyrov’s Chechens, continue to chip away at Ukrainian positions in Donetsk City and Soledar-Bakhmut. When this latter salient falls, the Sloviansk-Kramatorsk salient will follow, even as the Russians begin a move in Kharkiv and advance in the south to within 15-20 kilometers of Mykolaiv from their vantage point in Kherson. The fall of Odesa to the Russians will be assured after Nykolaiv is taken, giving Moscow strategic control over the entire Black Sea coast.
The Jewish Drag Queen Comedian in Kyiv will then be given an ultimatum to settle. If that ultimatum is rejected, Zelensky, Biden, Stoltenberg, Blinken, Nuland, Sherman, Obama, Clinton, Soros, and his Open Society Foundation, Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum, the Atlantic Council, the EU heads of state, and American Mainstream Media and Social Media Conglomerates will awaken one morning or night to the Russian occupation of all of Ukraine including Kyiv and Lviv. The LGBTQ flag will have to be lowered, as it was in Kabul when the Afghan National Army and their Zio-Con backers had to get out of Dodge.
South Front, Alexander Mercouris and Alex Christoforou of The Duran, and the Military Summary Channel on Telegram will continue to convey the incessant, grinding character of the Russian military advance, which will reach a point where the undeniable will have arrived at the doorstep of those who began this war and whose chosen media acolytes and sycophants have been promoting the Victoria Nuland-Robert Kagan Institute for the Study of War script since the illegal Western coup d’etat in Kyiv in February of 2014.
The political and economic fronts are no better for the Zio-Anglo-American New World Order than the military one. Tens of billions of dollars in military aid to Kyiv are having no ultimate impact on the inevitable outcome of the war. CBS News was forced to retract a credible report that only 30% of such aid is actually reaching the front lines. Amnesty International tellingly apologized for its own credit report on Ukrainian war crimes in the Donbas, even as it stood by the accuracy of what it said in classic Orwellian Doublespeak.
The economic war of attrition against Putin has clearly backfired for both the United States and the EU, as the advocates of this moronic, suicidal methodology have clearly advanced the obvious development of the Eurasian strategy of an increasingly prophetic Alexander Dugin, a strategy which has resulted in a re-establishment of the Russian-Chinese economic, political, and military alliance to the distress of Henry Kissinger in his final days.
Add Iran as the focal point and asset of this Eurasian juggernaut in the Middle East, and only a fool would fail to see that the American Century is long past with postmortems soon to be the subject of historical and political analysis. My interview with the Tehran Times on Biden’s recent Tragi-Comedic trip to Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Riyadh will be only a small portion of the millions of pages soon to be penned.
The list of such fools is seemingly endless. The first political fatalities are Draghi in Italy and Boris Johnson in Britain. Scholz, Macron, and Biden will fall as inexorably as Odesa and Kharkiv. Scholz and his GloboHomo Green Party have bet their political survivability in Germany on the forcible deindustrialization of Germany and ongoing subservience to NATO and the post-World War II economic and political order run by the United States.
Mike Whitney demonstrates the myopia of this strategy for the Unz Review and Lew Rockwell in “The Crisis in Ukraine is Not About Ukraine: It’s About Germany.” As average Germans experience a chilly winter awakening to what their simian leadership has done to them, the ramifications for the future of Germany and its relationship to the post-war Western order may transcend any questions about Scholz. What happens if a German Nationalist movement emerges that dumps NATO and American governance for the Eurasian Continental Express? One can bet that Ursula von der Leyen would join Scholz in the ranks of the permanently disemployed, among others. Watch and wait.
It is only a question of time. Ramon Marks’ essay for The National Interest entitled, “No Matter Who Wins Ukraine, America Has Already Lost” is to the point with only one exception. Marks hedges his bets on what the military outcome of the war will be, for whatever reason. Make no mistake about it, a Russian victory is on the distinctly visible horizon.
In contemporary Geo-Political developments, the two most critical in recent times are the apparent developing re-rapprochement of Assad and Erdogan over Syria which would finish the Zio-Con/Jihadic intervention in that country, and the Chinese President’s visit to Riyadh. If Saudi Arabia joins BRICS as it reportedly is interested in, the American Petrodollar as the global reserve currency is toast. If that happens, kiss the Zio-Anglo-American-New World Order goodbye.
I say “Good Riddance.” May the Old American Republic arise from the dead. Perhaps the most incredible gift of the life and death of Darya Dugina will prove to be a renaissance of the Constitution of the United States within American borders along with a return to Old American Right respect for the rights of citizens elsewhere. George Washington defeats Zelensky. I like that futuristic headline.
My remarks to the Tasnim News Agency and the Fars News Agency about the pivotal Zionist role in the Trump-Pompeo criminal assassination of General Soleimani of Iran in early 2020 seem now like ancient history albeit painfully relevant ongoingly. The current level of desperation and criminality for the Zio-Anglo-American-New World Order has now culminated horrific assassination of Darya Dugina witnessed by her own father, Alexander Dugin, after the Tradition Cultural Festival.
In regard to this heinous crime, the following can be observed: First, the controlled media of the Zio-Anglo-American-New World Order has reached new lows in its palpable lies about the killing and the credibility of the Russian FSB in regard to who is to blame.
On August 21st, the UK Guardian declared that “Russian hawks without evidence blame Kyiv for the death of Darya Dugina and demand Kremlin response.” Without evidence? Evaluate what we are told by South Front about the evidence. One thing is absolutely clear: None of the Western governments who claim to be governed by the international rules of law will abide by the extradition of Natalia Vovk to face trial in Moscow.
Second, Putin and Shoigu will not be goaded by Zelensky and his Criminal Cabal in Kyiv, Washington, Tel Aviv, London, Berlin, and Brussels in regard to their tactics in the Special Military Operation launched on February 24th according to Lyuba Lulko of Pravda on August 23rd in “Putin will not strike Kyiv. He will strangle Ukraine slowly instead.”
Why? The Russia President and his General Staff know that they are currently winning the conflict at every level. Zelensky’s desperation in bombing the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) and the murder of Dugina in Moscow will fail to provoke Putin and Shoigu into actions that would provide NATO and Biden a convenient but transparent excuse to intervene militarily in Ukraine and in Western Poland. This latter lunacy is Zelensky’s last card to play. He may not even have that card left if former Ukrainian MP Ilya Kiva is correct. Pravda on August 25th reports Kiva as saying that Zelensky’s “toxicity” has escalated to a point where the West is in the process of dumping the latter for an alternative. Kiva names. Watch and wait.
Third, a generally uninformed public in Western Europe and the United States will now have the opportunity to evaluate the ideas and persona of Alexander Dugin for themselves, as the murder of Darya on August 20th brings her father and his writings into wider public circulation. Military and economic blowback for the West is now joined by political blowback and the issue of freedom of speech and the free exchange of ideas in the public marketplace of the Arena of Ideas.
I have been pursuing the distribution of the Arena of Ideas in Alt-Media since September 2001 as a broadcaster, foreign TV guest, and print journalist. On August 24th on the Republic Broadcasting Network as a guest, I promised their listeners a copy of this brief dissertation, chiefly to have immediate access to what may be read about Mr. Dugin in the English language through a simple Internet search and a subsequent personal resolution to read the man’s writing for itself and to evaluate him and his ideological perspective on its own merits. That is what the “Free World” is supposedly and allegedly all about. If one has jettisoned the Mythologies of the American Empire, it is concluded that this is not what the Zio-Anglo-American-New World Order is about whatsoever. The immortal words of the late Frederick Tobin continue to reverberate in the wake of August 20th: “In the Western World, we have the freedom to go shopping.”
These are but the beginning of a long journey for anyone interested in learning more. Begin with the Alexander Dugin biographical overview at RT. Continue with Mr. Dugin’s listings for Charles Bausman’s Russia Insider. Compare and contrast the perspective of The Occidental Observer in “Dugin Viewed from the Right” with Chace A. Nelson’s “Putin’s Playbook: #Reviewing Dugin’s Foundations of Geopolitics“ for The Strategy Bridge. Follow Geopolitika in English, especially in reading THE IDEOLOGICAL PLATFORM OF THE EURASIAN MOVEMENT. And follow the dictums of Francis Bacon and Erasmus: “Read not to believe and take for granted, nor to contradict and confute, but to weigh and consider” and “To The Sources!”
You can’t do that at CNN. . . .
How Darya Dugina died and what it means for Russia
Jonas E. Alexis, Assistant Editor -August 27, 2022
By Russia Today - Valentin Loginov
Last weekend, a brutal murder stunned Russia. A young woman got into her car and drove home after a busy day at the literature and music festival. She was on the highway when a bomb went off and her SUV caught fire. She died at the scene.
Darya Dugina’s devastated father, who was in a friend’s car right beside his daughter’s, watched as the rescue services extracted the burned body from the wreck. The attack immediately became a matter of national importance. Leaders of political parties and top Russian officials attended her funeral, while the president posthumously decorated her with a state award.
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On Tuesday, hundreds gathered at the Ostankino broadcasting center in Moscow to pay their last respects to the journalist and political scientist.
On the night of August 20, Darya was heading home with her father from the ‘Tradition’ cultural festival near Moscow. Around 9 pm, the car with Dugina at the wheel exploded on Mozhaisk Highway, where she died. The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation has opened an investigation into what it calls a “murder committed in a socially-dangerous manner.”
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It is still uncertain who the actual target was – Darya or her father Aleksandr Dugin, one of the founders of the concept of ‘Eurasianism’, who is seen as a controversial advocate of ‘the Russian world’ in Ukraine and some Western countries. His political studies have focused on the creation of a Eurasian superpower through an association of Russia and former Soviet republics.
The car belonged to Darya, but Russian media outlets say her father had used it quite often in the last six months. According to one version, they had planned on going together, but Aleksandr changed his mind and took a friend’s car at the last moment.
Darya may also have been the target of the attack. She had followed in her father’s footsteps and became a proponent of Eurasianism. At home, she is well known for her work as a journalist for RT and the Zvezda and Tsargrad TV channels, as well as political commentary for other Russian media.
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Darya publicly supported the military operation in Ukraine and was placed under sanctions in the summer of 2022. The US, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand accused her of spreading disinformation.
She had also reported from Mariupol, which is now liberated by the joint forces of Russia and the Donbass republics. In the autumn of 2022, a chronicle about the Russian military that she co-authored is set to be published – ‘Book Z’.
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On Monday, two days after the terrorist attack, the FSB security agency announced it had solved the crime and blamed the special services of Ukraine. According to the FSB, the assassination was organized by Natalya Vovk, a Ukrainian citizen who came to Russia from Ukraine along with her teenage daughter, Sofia Shaban, in July 2022. Some sources claim Vovk once served in the Neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. After the explosion, Vovk and her daughter left Russia and entered Estonia through Pskov Region.
Ukraine denied any involvement and called the FSB’s findings “propaganda.” Estonia refused to provide details about Vovk’s border crossing. Tallinn said the country’s Police and Border Guard Board had not been approached by Russia with a request for this information.
Urmas Reinsalu, the country’s minister of foreign affairs, went as far as to dismiss the conclusions drawn by the Russian special services as a provocation. “We regard this [the FSB statement] as [a] provocation … by the Russian Federation, and we have nothing more to say about it at this moment.”
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In Russia, the journalist’s murder is seen as nothing if not political, with Telegram channels and other media abuzz with discussions about the implications of this incident for the country’s policies.
President Vladimir Putin described the crime as vile, in a telegram addressed to the parents of the deceased journalist, which was published on the Kremlin’s official website.
“A vile, cruel crime cut short the life of Darya Dugina, a bright, talented person with a true Russian heart, kind, loving, sympathetic and open. Journalist, scientist, philosopher, and war correspondent, she honestly served the people and the Fatherland, and proved by deed what it means to be a patriot of Russia,”
The murder reverberated well beyond Russia’s borders, prompting US State Department spokesman Ned Price to say that Washington “condemns the intentional targeting of civilians anywhere.” Remarkably, the Americans have struck a rather ‘neutral’ tone in their comments.
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“The U.S. Department of State’s reaction to Darya Dugina’s assassination and the evidence of Ukraine’s involvement provided by Russia discredit the United States human rights protection efforts. Washington has no moral right (or, needless to say, any legal grounds) to judge the human rights situation in remote parts of the world since the murder of a journalist does not even receive a comment from this perspective, apparently so important to US officials. They simply ignored the fact that the incident involved a public figure,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova wrote on Telegram.
The names of those attending the funeral on August 23 spoke volumes about the political nature of the tragedy. Among those present were State Duma Deputy Chairman Sergey Neverov, the head of the nationalist LDPR party, Leonid Slutsky, businessman Evgeny Prigozhin, novelist and political activist Zakhar Prilepin, the leader of the political party ‘A Just Russia’, Sergey Mironov, and other politicians.
Russian ideologue Alexander Dugin (L) attends the farewell ceremony of his daughter Daria Dugina at the Ostankino TV center in Moscow on August 23, 2022. © Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP
Signs reading ‘Funeral Service/ Farewell Ceremony for journalist Darya Dugina’, with black arrows, provided directions, guiding the mourners through the corridors and staircases of the Ostankino Television Center.
Police cordons were lined up a couple of kilometers from the television center, and the entrance to the building was protected by metal detectors and guarded by armed policemen who performed triple security checks on everyone waiting to get inside. Officers used under car inspection mirrors and explosive detection dogs.
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The line of mourners holding bunches of lilies, roses, and carnations – in even numbers, as is traditional for funerals in Russia – were gradually admitted into the building and joined those gathered in the ceremony hall. The farewell ceremony brought together hundreds of people – young men and women wearing T-shirts with an eight-pointed star, a symbol of Eurasianism, as well as older men in similar attire.
There were war correspondents and servicemen in military uniform, some of whom had DPR shoulder patches. There were Darya’s journalist colleagues, her fellow students from MSU’s philosophy department, as well as representatives of Russian media outlets.
The microphone set up for those who wished to pay tribute to the deceased was claimed in turn by Darya’s friends and family, representatives of the president, the church, and state media, while people in the mourning procession approached the coffin one by one and crossed themselves as they placed flowers. Some expressed their condolences to Darya’s grieving father who was sitting close to the coffin.
“For those of you who have been affected by her tragic death, her personality, and her integrity, she would have one wish: ‘Don’t remember me! Don’t glorify me! Fight for our great country! Defend our faith, our holy Orthodoxy, and love our Russian people!’ Because she died for the people. She died for Russia. She died on the front – because the front is right here. It’s not there [in Ukraine] but here. It’s with each of us,” Dugin said at the ceremony.
Russian sociologist and philosopher Aleksandr Dugin makes a speech as he attends a funeral ceremony on August 23, 2022, in Moscow, Russia for his daughter Darya Dugina. © Evgenii Bugubaev / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
State Duma Vice Speaker Sergey Neverov said Dugina’s death will unite the people of Russia even more.
“I have no doubt that not only the executors, but the organizers will pay in full. The path of light that Darya led unites us even more for the liberation of Russian cities in the fight against fascism and that hateful regime,” Neverov said at the ceremony.
Sergey Mironov called Dugina a “true patriot and, however strange it may sound, a fighter for independence and sovereignty.”
The young woman was in an open casket, and, if not for the ‘venchik’ (a ribbon with the images of Jesus, Mary, and John the Baptist placed on the deceased person’s forehead according to Orthodox tradition), she might have been mistaken for someone who is peacefully asleep.
“There can be no mercy”
Darya Dugina was not a well-known public figure, but her death has become symbolic, according to the director of the International Institute for Political Expertise, political analyst Evgeny Minchenko. And this symbol only grows stronger as the reactions to the untimely death of the journalist continue to come in from Ukraine.
“There are very different, opposite reactions. On the one hand, quite understandably for any normal human being, people acknowledge the tragedy; on the other – some inexplicable happy celebratory giggles are heard from the other side of the frontlines [reactions from Ukrainian media – RT]. I believe this mix has made this symbol even stronger,” he told RT.
A funeral ceremony is held on August 23, 2022, in Moscow, Russia for Darya Dugina, who was killed in a car explosion on the outskirts of Moscow late Saturday. © Evgenii Bugubaev / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Minchenko believes that this tragic event will give impetus to Russia’s internal political struggle, rather than provoking harsh foreign policy decisions.
“When people keep saying you have to play harder, what is it that has not been done yet? They start demanding some mythical response targeting the decision-making center. Well, where are these centers? I would ask. Do we know exactly where the decisions are being made, where the secure bunkers are that accommodate the leaders? Some are calling for the entire area along Bankova Street [in Kiev] to be bombed, but, you know, it has residential buildings in addition to government [buildings],” Minchenko said.
He also believes that we should not expect a wave of strict measures against dissenting voices in domestic politics, since Russia already has “very clearly defined laws” regarding these matters. Nevertheless, a political discussion on the domestic scene is bound to be stirred up.
As for the Russian government, it intends, as statements from officials indicate, to find those behind the assassination, both the masterminds and the operative, and deliver justice.
“I believe it’s a barbaric crime, and there can be no mercy to those behind it. As far as I am aware, the Federal Security Service has already established the facts, and an investigation is underway, so once it’s complete, there is no doubt that all the involved parties from those who had ordered it to those who carried it out will pay the full price,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said in an official statement on August 23, 2022.
By Valentin Loginov, a Russian journalist focused on the political process, sociology, and international relations
Jonas E. Alexis, Assistant Editor
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy.
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) identified a Ukrainian man named Bogdan Tsyganenko as an accomplice in the plot to murder Russian journalist and political activist Darya Dugina.
*Follow the WEF trail to Switzerland to discover the Khazarian Mafia hiding behind Klaus Schwab and his cohorts. The US and its people have nothing to do with the disasters caused to the ordinary people of the Earth.
The Khazarians have once again constructed an intricate web, whose aim is to destroy the world's economy by setting people up against each other, blocking each other's supply chains, leaving just death and ruins.
What everybody must be aware of is that this is not a war to prevent Putin from occupying Ukraine, but an attempt by the evil Khazarian Jews/WEF/NATO to control yet another country in their growing New World Order. They are simply using Ukraine as a battlefield. Their plan is to destroy totally the world's economy and turn the population into slaves.
Like the Freemasons, they have also life-threatening rules in their membership, one being REVENGE, 10 times harder than was ever perpetrated on them.
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Putin, and earlier also Trump, are the ONLY Presidents who have enough guts to see what they are attempting to do to the world population and have sufficient courage to do something about it.
The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.
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