The Definitive Mindset of Vladimir Putin And of Russians. This Is A Death Match.

The Propaganda War With Putin | Zero Hedge

I have just read what I suspect is the truth about Russia and Putin and fate.  The interview is with Alexander Dugin, “who has been called everything from “Putin’s brain” to “Putin’s Rasputin,” as well as “the most dangerous philosopher in the world.”  When you read his comments below, you will discover that his “most dangerous” philosophy is freedom.  In the end, Mr. Dugin concludes that if Russia dies from this war, the world will die with her.  That this war is a fight against global liberal hegemony and Russians prefer death to defeat, with every military option on the table.

Read this interview carefully and weigh out Mr. Dugins words.  Ask yourself if Mr. Dugan is serious, and ask yourself what that means to you if he is.


Prominent Russian philosopher, historian and sociologist Alexander Dugin claimed in an interview with Al-Jazeera on Saturday that Russia faces an existential threat and is thus posed to succeed in the current conflict.

“Russia is destined to win. We have no other choice,” he said. “This is an existential threat to us, so victory is our only choice.”

“After our victory, the world will not be the same as it is today,” he added.

When asked if the fight in Ukraine was ultimately aimed at the U.S., Dugin, whose Foundations of Geopolitics helped reshape the views of Russia’s political and military elite in the late 1990s and gave a new form to old prejudices against the Western nations by means of the “Eurasianist” ideology, replied in the affirmative.

“This is a fight against American hegemony, but not only the hegemony of the Americans,” he said, adding that the current confrontation is also directed against “the global liberal elites who are trying to take over the world.”

In particular, the conservative philosopher claimed Russia is “fighting against the hegemonic totalitarian liberal system, and not against the U.S. as a country, or Europe, or Ukraine as a country.”

“It is a war against totalitarian liberal principles,” he added. “It is a war of ideas.”

Dugin also claimed Russia was seeking to provide other nations with their right to “self-determination.”

“We are fighting against the liberal world order, and in order to provide other nations and cultures with the right to self-determination, rather than being puppets of the Americans,” he said.

According to Dugin, had former President Donald Trump remained in power, the current scenario would never have unfolded.

“If Trump were still in power, all of this would not have happened,” he said. “He was realistic and refrained from exerting pressure on us. He did not care too much about Ukraine or the spread of NATO.”

Asked about President Vladimir Putin’s role, Dugin stated that the Russian president is somewhat “in the position of monarch or an emperor,” noting that Qatar — where al-Jazeera is is based — which has a monarchy, “is doing very well” and “there is nothing wrong with that.”

“Putin is a natural monarch, not because he wants to be a monarch, but because we want him to be one,” he said.

“This is a popular monarchy by popular demand,” he added. “We want him to be a monarch and to become the embodiment of the Russian state and spirit.”

Ruling out the possibility of defeat “because that cannot happen,” and if it did then “there will be no Putin, no Russia, and no world, as far as I know, because we have put everything on the line,” the nationalist Russian philosopher warned of the importance of listening to Putin regarding a possible nuclear attack.

“If NATO intervenes, the retaliation will be in kind,” he said. Therefore, the decision to continue with the operation to our last breath has been taken, and we have no choice but to win.”

Asked to clarify if he was warning that a Russian loss would result in Russian nuclear strikes, a subsequent nuclear holocaust and the world’s end, Dugin confirmed that that is “exactly” the case.

“These are the words of our president,” he said. “Without Russia, there is no humanity.”

“If you want to live on this Earth, you should accept Russia as an independent sovereign superpower.”

End of interview.


Granted Mr. Putin is, in my opinion, something of a gangster.  But he is also the best leader of Russia since Peter the Great.  The leaders between Putin and Peter?  Stalin.  Yeltsin.  Kruchev. Brezhnev. Others, all pathetic.  Putin is determined to keep his nation free from the World Economic Foundation and the New World Order globalist one-world-government anti-Christs.  He and apparently most of Russia will fight to the death before surrendering to the globalists and their sick, satanic wickedness.  Putin is correct on this, and is to be admired for taking a stand on a most important stage.

Remember that he very diplomatically warned NATO that he was going to enter Ukraine if Ukraine remained on the path of becoming a NATO-aligned, nuclear-capable state right on the border of Russia.   Ukrainian President Zelensky re-stated that NATO and weaponry were his goals.  Putin has kept his word on many things, including this.  And remember that the USA made “iron-clad guarantees” to Russia promising to keep NATO out of the states bordering Russia when the Berlin Wall fell.

In early February 1990, U.S. leaders made the Soviets an offer. According to transcripts of meetings in Moscow on Feb. 9, then-Secretary of State James Baker suggested that in exchange for cooperation on Germany, U.S. could make “iron-clad guarantees” that NATO would not expand “one inch eastward.” Less than a week later, Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev agreed to begin reunification talks. No formal deal was struck, but from all the evidence, the quid pro quo was clear: Gorbachev acceded to Germany’s western alignment and the U.S. would limit NATO’s expansion.

According to Dugin, had former President Donald Trump remained in power, the current scenario would never have unfolded.

“If Trump were still in power, all of this would not have happened,” he said. “He was realistic and refrained from exerting pressure on us. He did not care too much about Ukraine or the spread of NATO.”

At the same time, however, it appears the Americans still were trying to convince the Russians that their concerns about NATO would be respected. Baker pledged in Moscow on May 18, 1990, that the United States would cooperate with the Soviet Union in the “development of a new Europe.” And in June, per talking points prepared by the NSC, Bush was telling Soviet leaders that the United States sought “a new, inclusive Europe.”

It’s therefore not surprising that Russia was incensed when Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, the Baltic states and others were ushered into NATO membership starting in the mid-1990s. Boris Yeltsin, Dmitry Medvedev and Gorbachev himself protested through both public and private channels that U.S. leaders had violated the non-expansion arrangement. As NATO began looking even further eastward, to Ukraine and Georgia, protests turned to outright aggression and saber-rattling.

Asked about President Vladimir Putin’s role, Dugin stated that the Russian president is somewhat “in the position of monarch or an emperor,” noting that Qatar — where al-Jazeera is is based — which has a monarchy, “is doing very well” and “there is nothing wrong with that.”

“Putin is a natural monarch, not because he wants to be a monarch, but because we want him to be one,” he said.

“This is a popular monarchy by popular demand,” he added. “We want him to be a monarch and to become the embodiment of the Russian state and spirit.”

Ruling out the possibility of defeat “because that cannot happen,” and if it did then “there will be no Putin, no Russia, and no world, as far as I know, because we have put everything on the line,” the nationalist Russian philosopher warned of the importance of listening to Putin regarding a possible nuclear attack.

“If NATO intervenes, the retaliation will be in kind,” he said. “Therefore, the decision to continue with the operation to our last breath has been taken, and we have no choice but to win.”

Asked to clarify if he was warning that a Russian loss would result in Russian nuclear strikes, a subsequent nuclear holocaust and the world’s end, Dugin confirmed that that is “exactly” the case.

“These are the words of our president,” he said. “Without Russia, there is no humanity.” 

“If you want to live on this Earth, you should accept Russia as an independent sovereign superpower.”

Russians do seem to prefer monarchs over elected governance, and in fact the very best form of governance is a benevolent dictatorship, one imbued with the Holy Spirit.  Yahuah is in fact a dictator.  He lays down His instructions and rewards the obedient while punishing the disobedient.  He doesn’t take polls or surveys, and He doesn’t run for elected office.  He is the living Law and we are commanded to toe the line.  He saw Himself die for our disobedience, so great is His love for us.

Maybe Putin loves Mother Russia to the point of death of himself and most Russians.  Maybe he and Russia in general will indeed send nuclear warheads against the USA in order to put an end to the filthy, disgusting, satanic NWO and everything they stand for, and everything they stand against.  If that is indeed his mission, I salute him.

End

You will have to turn the volume up to hear appropriately.  This hasn’t been used in Ukraine yet.  Distance seems about two miles.

Quoted segments from https://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-shifrinson-russia-us-nato-deal–20160530-snap-story.html

Dugan interview from https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/03/21/putins-brain-calls-russian-war-in-ukraine-fight-against-american-hegemony-warns-world-will-end-if-russia-defeated/

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David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
1 month ago

Unless Russia itself was directly, offensively and viscously attacked first with multiple devastating nuclear bombs on its Motherland, I don think President Putin would ever put Russia into a position where ultimate destruction of the entire world including Russia itself would be initiated by Putin. In other words, if he loses out on controlling some of Ukraine, say the western half of the territory of Ukraine, he may be willing to step off of a ledge of utter destruction. Now if NATO decides to enter into the mix offensively, hitting Russia directly even with conventional destructive weapons, especially on Moscow, then all bets are off; but I really do believe Putin has enough constraint within himself that he would not escalate to all out nuclear war by his choice alone. Why? Because there is apparent acute awareness within President Putin’s soul that he himself may truly believe in Christ as Lord and savior and he may have a repenting heart, unlike President Trump. And we know how restrained Trump was during his all to short time in office. This is just my two cents. I see Putin also more of a moral leader than I do as just a leader of economics and isolation. There is more to this man that what meets the eye.

David Knollhoff
David Knollhoff
1 month ago
Reply to  Jerry

Yes. I could see a CIA false flag event on Russia or Russia getting blamed on a CIA event elsewhere. The LWO wants an all out war and they will produce it to get it. When? That I would not be able to predict. Soon. Possibly. However, they may want us to loom in fear for a time. They are snip and tucks acting like drama queens. For us, the Natsarim, we fear ONLY Yahuah.

Ryan
Ryan
1 month ago

Is that a tactical nuke, ‘battlefield nuke’?

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