Russia is coming out of anaesthesia: six phases of Special Military Operation

The first abrupt phase was marked by Russian successes: during it, Russian forces overran Sumy, Chernigov and reached Kiev from the north, arousing the fury of the West. Moscow proved its seriousness in liberating the Donbass and, with a quick escape from Crimea, established control over two more regions, Kherson and Zaporozhye, as well as part of the Kharkov region.

Censorship: The Metaphaysics of Sovereign Culture

The topic of censorship is not only highly topical for our society (especially in the context of the SMO), but also philosophically fundamental. Contemporary Western culture increasingly resorts to censorship, despite trying to present liberalism as the abolition of all censorship criteria. In reality, what is censorship if not the most radical form of censoring any idea, image, doctrine, work or thought that does not fit into the narrow and increasingly exclusivist dogma of the 'open society'?

Who are Russia and Ukraine actually fighting?

Many wonder why the Ukrainians resist so fiercely? Because they are not at war with us, but with the image they live in their minds. There was an episode of the TV series 'Black Mirror' in which people fought with terrible monsters, but it turned out that they were monsters made so by special optical devices that the people themselves had to wear (punishment for non-compliance) and what looked like 'monsters' were the people themselves.

Erdogan facing the ultimate test

In Turkey, the date of the presidential elections has been announced. This is likely to be Erdogan's toughest test yet and internally - the strengthening of the neo-liberal pro-Western opposition (especially the Republican People's Party), a split within the Justice and Development Party (AKP) itself, a severe economic slowdown, inflation, the aftermath of a monstrous earthquake. On the external front, the intensifying conflict with the United States and the European Union and the increasingly strong rejection of Erdogan's policies by the globalist leadership in the White House.

The ABC of traditional values: The Unity of the Peoples of Russia

This is a direct reference to the Eurasian conception of Russian history. The Eurasianists were those Russian philosophers who drew attention to the fact that the destiny of Russia is, first of all, the destiny of the Russian people, who founded the power, created the culture, developed the language, but, at the same time, would be incomplete and imperfect if the other nations did not tie their destinies to the Russian people.

The new Russian ideology is born in the Donbass

Today the ideology of Russia acquiring its own identity is being born in you, in the Russian Donbass. My daughter died for a great Russia at the hands of Ukrainian terrorists. Not long before, she had returned from her new territories (Daria had been to Mariupol, Kherson, Melitopol, Lugansk and Donetsk) and shared her impressions. In her lecture, she said: "Even we patriots, convinced supporters and champions of Russian Peace, ideologists and inspirers of the Russian Spring, think here in Moscow that Novorossia needs us. But in reality it does not. What can we teach Novorossia, when its sons and daughters, adults and children, have gone through such a crucible of historical trials to become a true Russian people. They are the Russian world.

Censorship: The Metaphaysics of Sovereign Culture

Censorship: The Metaphaysics of Sovereign Culture

The topic of censorship is not only highly topical for our society (especially in the context of the SMO), but also philosophically fundamental. Contemporary Western culture increasingly resorts to censorship, despite trying to present liberalism as the abolition of all censorship criteria. In reality, what is censorship if not the most radical form of censoring any idea, image, doctrine, work or thought that does not fit into the narrow and increasingly exclusivist dogma of the 'open society'?

Liberalism is more dangerous than Ukrainian Nazism

Liberalism is more dangerous than Ukrainian Nazism

There is not and cannot be a neutral position in this war, there are only two camps. That is all. Anyone who hesitates or is undecided, sooner or later (I think much sooner than it seems) will be forced to take up arms and simply go to the front, and the front today is everywhere. It is impossible to bring this long, difficult and terrible war back to where it was before 24 February 2022, nor can it be stopped, it can only be won. Or it can still be consigned to human history. Then there are no winners. Death will win.

 

Divine Logos, rebellion against liberal dictatorship and the evil fate of post-humanism

Divine Logos, rebellion against liberal dictatorship and the evil fate of post-humanism

In December 2022, the A.M. Katz State Concert Hall in Novosibirsk hosted the First Siberian Forum of WRNS with the participation of the heads of the Government of the Novosibirsk Region and the Novosibirsk Metropolia of the Russian Orthodox Church. Among the speakers at the event was the most famous philosopher of modern Russia, Alexander Dugin, with whom Leaders Today correspondent Alexander Zonov spoke shortly afterwards in Moscow. We would like to thank Evgeny Tsybizov, co-chairman of the Russian People's World Council and head of the Tsargrad NGO, for his help with the organisation.

George Soros's last speech: the "open society" wars and climate as a combatant in the conflict

First of all Soros provides definitions of "open" and "closed" societies. In the open societies the State protects the freedom of the individual. In the closed ones, the individual serves the interests of the State. In theory, this corresponds to the opposition of Western liberal democracy and traditional society (whatever that may be). Moreover, in the field of International Relations (IR) this corresponds exactly to the polemic between liberals in IR and realists in IR

The ABC of traditional values: historical memory and intergenerational continuity

The ABC of traditional values: historical memory and intergenerational continuity

In the next part of our 'ABC of traditional values' we will talk about the letter 'I' - historical memory and intergenerational continuity. What is more important than this traditional value if we want to achieve all the others? After all, if we lose our historical memory, if we become like the one who does not remember his kinship, then, in general, it will not matter what we have planned before.

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