the much advertised NATO summit in Warsaw finally took place.
It was a total success, at least if the criterion is that the outcome
matched the expectations:
and Nadezhda Savchenko were invited and treated like a respected
was condemned for her “aggressions” in Georgia, Crimea and the
Poles plastered Warsaw with posters saying “ACHTUNG RUϟϟIA”
Balts each got one NATO battalion to deter the Russian Bear
was condemned for not abiding by the Minks2 Agreement
hot air was released to worsen global warming by at least 10 degrees
I don’t feel like commenting on all this idiocy. Besides, all
these pseudo-decisions never were the true purpose of this summit.
This summit had a totally different objective and that objective too
was fully achieved.
real purpose of the summit was to force each western political leader
to chose between reality and ideology. And they all made the
correct choice, of course. They categorically rejected reality
and enthusiastically embraced ideology.
is why Russia was accused of not complying with an agreement she is
not even a part to.
is why Russia was accused of “aggression” against Georgia even
though even the EU concluded that Georgia had started the war
is why a non-existing Russian threat was denounced
is why the Russian armed forces were declared deterred by a few NATO
is why the Russian invasion of the Donbass was denounced
is why the 100% legal referendum in Crimea was completely ignored
unanimous determination of all the western leaders to ignore reality
and to firmly and publiclyhold
on and proclaim ideological nonsense as truthful was, in reality, the
expected goal of the summit.
love to “send messages” and here several messages were sent loud
you dared to oppose us and you thought that being in the right might
help you. Well, Russia, screw you Russia, and screw
reality! You either are with us (i.e. under our control), or
you will be treated like a pariah.
to the European people:
least any of you consider defying us, we are showing you a united
front. A united from of the parasitic superstructure ruling the
EU on behalf of the local 1%er compradorelites
of Russia and on behalf of the AngloZionist Empire. So don’t
even think of being independent, free or any other such nonsense.
We run the planet and you obey.
to the rest of the planet:
don’t even think of joining or even supporting Russia because if
you do, we will snap you like a twig. We run the planet and we
make and break anybody.
but not least,
we are in control, we will prevail, the Russians will have to back
down, we are invulnerable.
would submit that this last message might be the most important of
them all. Because, of course, the AngloZionist leaders are
afraid. Afraid mainly of Russia, of course, but even more by
what Russia represents. They are afraid of a Dollar which is
sustained by nothing, not oil and not even USN aircraft carriers.
They are afraid by the growing realization that less and less people
out there are afraid of them. They are afraid by countries such
as Russia, Iran or China daring to openly declare that they will
follow another economic and civilizational model. But more than
anything else they are terrified by the growing realization that
“their own people” (at least theoretically) hate and
most pathetic thing about all this is how the AngloZionists are
misreading the Russians. From a Russian cultural point of view,
everything the West and NATO has been doing as signs of weakness.
Why would a strong alliance need to engage in meaningless threats
(NATO battalions or ABM systems)? Why would a strong alliance
seek safety in numbers? Why would a strong alliance act is if
reality did not exist? From a Russian point of view all that
saber-rattling and grandstanding amount to a gigantic admission
weakness and they are totally unimpressed. And they are not shy
about expressing their contempt for what they see as a pathetic
display of incompetence by a clueless western leadership.
is not to say that the Russians are not worried. They are.
Very. Because they also understand that for all their pathetic
lack of political vision and even basic professionalism, the
AngloZionists are still very dangerous. It does not take a
great deal of intelligence to trigger a nuclear war. So while
the Russians are now openly contemptuous of the Empire, they still
realize that it is precisely the lack of competence of the West which
will require a tremendous amount of caution and patience from the
Russian leadership to “softly land” the Empire without triggering
a planetary nuclear war.
could say that Russia fears the US/NATO/EU weakness a great deal more
than she fear the US/NATO/EU strength.
many Russians realize that the Western civilization is as
discredited, morally bankrupt and, basically, dead, as the Soviet
civilization was by the late 1980s. There are no more “western
values”, at least not in any quality other then as the object of
jokes and disgusted sneers. Everybody pretends, but nobody
really believes any of it. All the grand conceptual building
composed of notions such as ‘democracy’, ‘human rights’,
‘freedom’, ‘justice’ has come crushing down and is now beyond
repair. The good news is that this collapse is not final, and
just as Russia eventually re-discovered herself after 2000, so will
the West, both in the USA and the Europe. I can easily imaging
the people of the West eventually turning back to their ancient
historical roots, but they will do that in a new, modern way.
Just like the Russia of 2000-2016 is not the Russia of before 1917,
so the new West will emerge as something new, but with roots in the
distant past. But before that happens the West will have to
undergo a painful and very dangerous process of disintegration
similar to what the Soviet Union went through between roughly 1980
Orlov is absolutely correct. The collapse of the West is
inevitable and the study of the collapse of the Soviet Union yields
many interesting lessons.
for the time being we are stuck in our current reality. A world
split in two with, on one hand, a dying, delusional and weak Empire
and, on the other, pretty much the rest of mankind. In
this dying and unstable world, the NATO summit in Warsaw played the
same role as the XXVIth Congress of the CPSU in the Soviet Union in
1981: a touching show of unity in the face of an inevitable collapse.
we remember what happened to the USSR and Russia in the following two
decades we can only conclude that we are about to enter a most
difficult and dangerous period of history.