Tuesday 16th of July 2024

objects/subjects of anglo-saxon manipulation....

Ydinaseiden käyttö on edelleen ehdoton tabu Venäjän johdolle, mutta se ei näytä olevan sitä lännelle, joka on valmis käyttämään kaikkia keinoja muuttaakseen meneillään olevan, vuosisataisen hybridisodan suuntaa, sekä geopoliittisen suuren pelin asetelmaa. Näin uskoo venäläinen ekonomisti ja analyytikko Mihail Deljagin.


 Markku Siira


The use of nuclear weapons remains an absolute taboo for the Russian leadership, but does not seem to be so for the West, which is ready to use any means to change the direction of the century-long hybrid war and the configuration of the great geopolitical game. This is what Russian economist and analyst Mikhail Delyagin thinks.

Russia's announcement of tactical nuclear exercises and the high alert state of military nuclear forces have not caused a change in Western strategy, and there have been no protests against nuclear weapons in the streets of big cities, as was the case in the 1980s, the last time we lived under the threat of a mushroom cloud.

In any event, the late Henry Kissinger's insane doctrine of "limited nuclear war in Europe" remains an option for the United States and Britain, no strangers to coldly calculated strategic planning. .

For Deljagin, the citizens of continental Europe, despite the electoral success of the nationalists, are “simple objects of Anglo-Saxon manipulation". The Brussels Euro-elite not only “sacrifices his own interests to serve his Anglo-Saxon masters, but is not even capable of recognizing his own needs as an intrinsic value".

Under these conditions, the completion of the socio-economic destruction of Europe by the establishment of nuclear weapons in the East would be favorable to the future of Great Britain. On the ruins of Europe, the “caliphates” controlled by the British secret services could then consolidate their power – “after all, radical political Islam is a British strategic project just like the Grand Turan", underlines Mihail Deljagin with sarcasm.

"This would be a step towards the creation of a new British Empire that would politically dominate not only the Middle East, but also Europe", adds the Russian thinker to accredit the Anglo-Zionist project, to which they always seem to cling in the face of world upheavals.

Europe, which the conflict in Ukraine will forever deprive of the possibility of competing with the Anglo-Americans, “will be put in a position where it will not be able to consume a significant amount of Chinese products – and will therefore not become a market for a rising China", believes Mihail Deljagin, thus realizing the plans of the West.

"At the same time, the Anglo-Saxon elite, rather indifferent to the fate of its own people, seems to believe that it can protect itself from radioactive fallout in a corner of the world that it considers safe.".

China is wary of this prospect, but can it influence the course of events? Beijing's calls for peace are as futile as those of Russia, given the interest of US and British elites in escalating the conflict, for example by detonating a "dirty bomb" in Europe.

Deljagin believes that in this situation, “only Russia can prevent the world from falling into the nuclear abyss". To do this, it is necessary to stop the escalation of aggression by hitting the wallets of Western elites. Since in the Western world of values, even life is not as important as money, it is necessary to speak to the capitalist elites in a language that they understand.

The deep state of the Western oligarchy must be “visibly economically damaged", suggests the Russian economist. The time for demonstrative warnings is over, because there are no longer any politicians in the West capable of listening to reason. In its current state of degradation, the West can only understand the "direct and damaging actions" which are addressed to him.

Where to start ? “Invalidation of intellectual property of hostile Western countries in Russia is an ecological, human and economic response to nuclear war that can bring the enemy to its knees", affirms Deljagin.

Money is losing its importance and giving way to the technological revolution. In this process of change, which is not yet complete, power passes from the speculators of the financial world to the “digitizers” who merge with the capital of the real sector. But will the reign of the “Anglo-Saxons” end there?

Deljagin mentions that the markets are already divided into new macro-regions. If Russia, which is shaking up the world order in Ukraine, succeeds in realizing its ambitions, it could become a “center of scientific creativity” and even something of a global leader as the Fourth Industrial Revolution progresses.

source: Markku Siira via Euro-Synergies



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Viktor Orban is on a roll.

And that has set out a riotous roller coaster.

Everyone has been gripped by the extraordinary spectacle of pre-historic specimens wallowing in the Western geopolitical swamp reaching the depths of Hysteriastan at the sight of the Hungarian Prime Minister’s peace shuttle moving from Ukraine and Russia to China.

And to do that on the eve of the 75th anniversary of warmongering Global Robocop NATO has got to be the ultimate affront.

The 3-hour long Putin-Viktor The Mediator meeting in Moscow

was quite something. These are arguably Putin’s three main points:

1.Kiev cannot allow the idea of a ceasefire because that would remove the pretext for extending martial law.

2.If Kiev ends martial law, it will need to hold presidential elections. The chances of the current Ukrainian authorities winning are close to zero.

3.There should not be a truce for additional Kiev weaponizing: Moscow wants a complete and final endgame.

By comparison, these are arguably Orban’s three main points:

1.The positions of Russia and Ukraine are very far from each other, much needs to be done.

2.The war in Ukraine has begun to have an impact on the European economy and its competitiveness (as much as the EU “leadership” may deny it).

  1. “I heard what Putin thinks about the existing peace initiatives, the ceasefire and negotiations, and the vision of Europe after the war.”

Orban also made a point of emphasizing the airtight pre-meeting secrecy, as “means of communication are under total surveillance by the Big Boys”.

He described the search for a solution in Ukraine as his “Christian duty”. And he said he asked three direct questions to Putin: whether peace talks are possible; whether a ceasefire before they begin is realistic; and what Europe’s security architecture could look like.

Putin, said Orban, answered all three.

The clincher – not for the warmongers, but for the Global Majority – was Orban’s description of Putin:

“All negotiations with him, he is always in a good mood – this is the first thing. Secondly, he is more than 100% rational. When he negotiates, when he begins to explain, when he makes an offer, saying yes or no, he is super, super rational. How else can you say it in Hungarian? Cool headed, reserved, careful and punctual. He has discipline. So it is a real challenge to negotiate with him and be prepared to match his intellectual and political level.”

That new Eurasia security system 

All of the above ties up with the concept of a new Eurasia security system proposed last month by Putin – and a key theme of discussion at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Astana last week.

Putin has emphasized the central role of the SCO in the process, stating that a “decision was made to turn the SCO regional anti-terrorist structure into a universal center tasked with responding to the entire range of security threats.”

In a nutshell: the SCO will be arguably the key node in the new Eurasia-wide indivisibility of security arrangement. This is as huge as it gets.

It all started with the concept of Greater Eurasian Partnership, proposed by Putin in 2015 and conceptualized by Sergey Karaganov in 2018. Putin took it to another level in his meeting with key Russian diplomats in June; it’s time to set up serious bilateral and multilateral guarantees for collective Eurasian security.

That should be a security architecture, according to Putin, open to

“all Eurasian countries that wish to participate,” including “European and NATO countries.”

And it should lead to “gradually phasing out” the military presence of “external powers in Eurasia”, side by side with “establishing alternatives to Western-controlled economic mechanisms, expanding the use of national currencies in settlements, and establishing independent payment systems.”

In a nutshell: a complete geopolitical and technical-military revamp, as well as geoeconomic (the importance of developing alternative international transport corridors such as the INSTC).

The Chargé d’Affaires of the Russian Mission to the EU, Kirill Logvinov, tried to brief the Europeans last week, under the rubric “New Security Architecture for the Eurasian Continent”.

Logvinov explained how “the Euro-Atlantic concept of security has collapsed. Based on U.S. and NATO dominance, the European regional security framework has failed to ensure the practical implementation of the ‘indivisible security for all’ principle.”

A future system of security and cooperation in Eurasia will then form the “foundation of the global security architecture in a multipolar world based on the UN Charter principles and the rule of international law.”

And the Greater Eurasian Partnership will form the economic and social basis of this new Eurasian security system.

Hell will freeze over before the EU/NATO accept the new reality. But the fact is the already emerging mutual security space within the SCO should make Eurasia – minus its Western Europe peninsula, at least for the foreseeable future – more solid in terms of Big Power strategic stability.

Eventually, it will be up to Europe – rather Far Western Eurasia: either you remain as lowly vassals under the declining Hegemon, or you Look East for a sovereign, dynamic future.

The Russian plan v. all other plans 

It’s under this Big Picture that Putin’s peace plan for Ukraine – announced on June 14 in front of the crème de la crème of Russian diplomats – should be understood. Orban certainly got it.

Any other plans – with the exception of the revised Chinese offer, and that’s why Orban went to Beijing – are irrelevant, from Moscow’s perspective.

Of course Team Trump had to come up with their own NATO-centered plan. That’s not exactly a gift to clueless Europeans.

Under Trump, NATO’s role will shift: it will become an “auxiliary” force in Europe. Washington of course will keep its nodes in the Empire of Bases – in Germany, UK, Turkey – but ground forces, armored vehicles, artillery, logistics, everything, high costs included, will be fully paid by wobbling European economies.

Under the coordination of Trump’s national defense strategy adviser, Elbridge Colby, the new administration would promise to give Putin commitments “not to expand NATO to the east.” Moreover, Trump seems to be ready to “consider territorial concessions” to Russia.

As if Moscow would be praying in unison to get “concessions” from a notoriously unreliable American president.

The whole point of this plan is that under Trump 2.0 the main “threat” to the U.S. will be China, not Russia.

With only four months before the U.S. presidential election, and with the cadaver in the White House at the point of being thrown – especially by powerful donors – under the (retirement home) bus, it finally dawned even on the zombie crowd that the dream of inflicting a strategic defeat on Russia is over.

Still, the Dems in D.C. and their discombobulated NATO vassals are desperate to impose a Korean scenario: a sham ceasefire and a freeze along the current frontlines.

In this case hell will freeze over before Moscow accepts a “peace plan” that preserves the possibility of a somewhat rump Ukraine entering NATO and the EU in the near future, plus preserving a re-weaponized Ukrainian army on Russia’s western front.

A freeze of the war now translates as a new war in two or three years with a hugely re-weaponized Kiev. That’s not gonna happen – as Moscow’s absolute imperative is a neutral Ukraine, fully de-militarized, plus the end of the official de-Russification juggernaut.

Orban arguably is not playing the NATO game of trying to “persuade” Russia – and China – to a truce, with Beijing putting pressure on Moscow. Unlike his clueless EU partners, Orban may have learned a thing or two about the Russia-China strategic partnership.

The next four months will be frantic, both on the negotiation and the crypto-negotiation fronts. The war likely will not end in 2024. And the scenario of a long, dreadful multi-year war may – and the operative word is “may” – only be dispelled with Trump 2.0: and that, over the Deep State’s collective dead bodies.

The Big Picture remains: the future of the “rules-based international order” is being decided in the black soil of Novorossiya. It’s Unipolar Order v. Multipolar, Multi-Nodal Order.

NATOstan is not in the position to dictate any pathetic mumbo jumbo to Russia. Putin’s offer has been the last one. Won’t take it? The war will go on all the way – until total surrender.

There are no illusions whatsoever in Moscow that the collective West may accept Putin’s offer. Sergey Naryshkin, the head of the SVR, has been blunt: the conditions will only get worse. Putin announced just the “lowest level” of Moscow’s conditions.

Orban may have understood that in real conditions for a peace settlement, the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions will come to Russia along their original administrative borders; Ukraine will be neutral, nuclear-free and non-aligned; all collective West sanctions will be lifted; and Russia’s frozen funds will be returned.

Before any of that happens – such a long shot – Russia has plenty of time. The priority now is a successful BRICS summit next October in Kazan. New presidential aides Nikolai Patrushev and A. Dyumin, along with the new Defense Minister Belousov, are honing the Big Picture strategy.

Meanwhile, there’s always the NATO show – as a side show. So peaceful, so benign, so democratic. Such cool production values. Join the fun!