Dear friends! You are invited to participate 29 April in international conference on Multipolarity. It will last all day in order to cover space of the planet. Most welcome are people from those countries that are not too active in promoting multipolarity or rather we don't know well enough - Southern Asia, Africa, Oceania. We plan speaking any one on her/his native language. WE are the humanity. Not them. We are proud to announce the Global Conference on Multipolarity and Fourth Political Theory, co-organized by Nova Resistência and Alexander Dugin.
We are witnessing now very important term, very important shift, paradigma’s shift - the global balance of powers, and I think, that the last meeting of BRICS countries with acceptance of new members it is a point of no return, it is something really historic, because what we see now in a world with this new structure of BRICS.
We must do a thought experiment and imagine: what else - other than a nuclear attack - could the West do to us that is at war with us? What sanctions to impose? Who to expel? How to humiliate us? Kick us out of where? Deprive us of what? (We are not considering a nuclear attack, because they won't do it, and if they do, it won't matter, because we will do it too).
'A true intellectual, a man for whom his thoughts are more important than his physical existence': this is how they write about the Russian thinker Aleksandr Dugin, the Western press calls the philosopher 'Putin's mentor', 'the brain of the Kremlin', 'the ideological foundation of the SMO'. To destroy him, terrorists blew up Dugin's daughter Daria a year ago. What did she die for and what ideas does Dugin himself support? Interview by Marina Hakimova-Gatzemeyer.
Some important aspects of postmodernity should be clarified. It is not a complete phenomenon, and although it was the postmodernists (in particular Derrida) who introduced the notion of 'deconstruction' (based, however, on Heidegger's notion of die Destruktion in Sein und Zeit), Postmodernity itself can be deconstructed, and not necessarily in the postmodern style.
Russia's rapprochement with the DPRK is a wonderful initiative. It was the meetings and negotiations between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un, the hereditary head of the DPRK belonging to the sunny Kim dynasty, that caused a stir at the WEF. The West commented: stop this rapprochement at all costs, ban any movement of Russia and North Korea towards each other.
The UAV attack on Russian cities by the terrorist forces of the West (Ukraine is increasingly in the shadow of the war waged against us by NATO) was particularly intense tonight. The voices have finally fallen silent: how come? Who didn't keep watch? We should have watched better! Now everyone is beginning to wonder what to do next.
Philosopher and political scientist Alexander Dugin drew attention to an investigation into who the 'international experts', entrenched in the education system, are and how their dependence on the West harms Russia.
The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 allowed liberalism to emerge as the undisputed, dominant global ideology. Over the past several years, however, the ideology’s future has come increasingly under question. Populist upheavals in the United States and Europe exposed growing discontent with the inability of liberal institutions to cope with foreign policy and economic failures. At the same time, new emerging powers such as Russia, China, and India among others have begun to put forth their own ideological alternatives.
Dasha, back at the very beginning of the Special Military Operation, once told me: “Prigozhin is so strong and confident, bold, sharp, that probably no one prays for him. It doesn’t even cross anyone’s mind. Let’s at least start praying for him.”
What happened at the XV BRICS Summit in Johannesburg is truly historic. Even if the President of Russia, the founder of BRICS, did not take part in it, it is still a turning point in modern history. The world order is changing before our eyes. Let us parrot the meaning of the ongoing tectonic changes.
Alexander Dugin explores the complex legacy of Ernst Jünger, a titan of German modernism, focusing on the concept of the ‘Worker,’ a central figure that encapsulates Jünger’s views on politics, existentialism, and the transformative struggles of the twentieth century.
The XV BRICS summit made a historic decision to admit 6 more countries into the organisation - Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. This effectively completed the formation of the core of a multipolar world.
To my great regret, due to circumstances I was unable to attend the 'Tradition' Festival this time, although I tried not to miss it. Tradition is the main word in my life. It has become the main word and the last in my daughter Dasha Dugina's life.
My (alas deceased) friend, great businessman and patriot, Mikhail Yuriev, once asked me a question: why is the ideal a zero foreign trade balance, i.e. the situation where the country sells as much as it buys (i.e. the volume of imports equals the volume of exports)? It turns out, he concluded, that the ideal would be to reduce foreign trade to zero, a very good point on which he built his curious book Fortress Russia. The main idea is: Russia should close itself off from the world and build an autonomous society based only on our traditional Russian values. If you want a perfect foreign trade balance, do it. That is a very productive way of thinking.
I thank you all from my heart all those who commemorate the tragic day 20 august 2022 when my daughter Darya was brutally killed by Ukrainian terrorist woman. I thank all my friends and friends of Darya for Your condolences and sharing my deep sorrow. I also thank you for publishing the different books written by Dasha or dedicated to her memory.
I would like to say a few words about the intellectual message that stands out through Dasha, her life, her projects and aspirations, and the depths and heights of her heart as embodied in her diary and expressed in the two main ideas which I will now present.