Mr.V.T. sent along this article from the offical website of the Office of the President of the Russian Federation, and it's worth pondering, if for no other reason than that it represents "the view from Moscow". However, in it, one will note some subtleties, and some not-so-subtleties:

Security Council meeting July 3, 2015, The Kremlin, Moscow

There are, as I stated, some subtleties and not-so-subtleties in these remarks, which, if added together, indicate exactly why Russia and the West are in such conflict, for the conflict, ultimately, is not even about geopolitics or conflicting interests. The conflict is really cosmological and, if one will permit the term, spiritual in nature; the conflict is about quite different visions for the future governance of the planet.

Mr. Putin, of course, admits the obvious conflicts of geopolitical visions in his remarks:

"Colleagues, recent events show that we cannot hope that some of our geopolitical opponents will change their hostile course anytime in the foreseeable future. The EU countries recently extended the sanctions they have imposed on us, and discussions continue in the United States on toughening sanctions against us.

"Amidst all of this, no one is even trying to analyse the reasons for what is now happening in southeast Ukraine, which was what started all of this fuss in the first place. What I mean here is that those who are imposing these restrictive measures and so-called sanctions on Russia are in fact responsible for the events that we are now witnessing in southeast Ukraine."

Translation: the Russian Presidency and its security council, are acknowledging that the long-term geopolitical and financial conflict between London and Washington and its compliant surrogates in Europe are not going to change soon. In effect, Russia is admitting that the situation is "Cold War, 2.0."

But there's a new dimension to this Cold War, that is very different from that of version 1.0. In version 1.0, it was, to some extent, the Soviet Communist Party imposing its own version of the obsolescence of the nation-state on its various client states in the Warsaw Pact: Moscow dictated political, financial, and yes, even cultural policy for the whole bloc, and backed it up with the Russian military. The dogma itself - the obsolescence of the nation-state, was itself the shared vision of the Eurocrats, Eurogarchs (Dr. Webster Tarpley's apt word for European oligarchs), and the proponents of "Mr. Global"(to borrow Catherine Austin Fitts' term) in the corporate West.

In this context, consider these remarks by Mr. Putin:

We must respond accordingly to this situation, of course, and take additional systemic measures in all key areas.

Firstly, we must make a rapid analysis of all the potential challenges and risks we face – political, economic, information risks and others. Based on this analysis, we then need to make adjustments to our National Security Strategy.

Once the National Security Strategy is updated, we will also need to update strategic planning documents currently in force or in the process of drafting. Furthermore, if needed, we will need to make clarifications to the Foreign Policy Concept and the Foundations of Russia’s Comprehensive Policy in the CIS Area.

At the same time, our strategic course in the foreign policy area remains unchanged. We are open for equal cooperation and collective work on key issues on the international agenda. We will continue to build relations with our partners based on the principles of respect and mutual consideration of each other’s interests, so long as this does not harm our own sovereignty and national security of course. (Emphases added).

Consider also, these remarks from the end of Mr. Putin's talk:

But let me draw one very important matter to your attention. The Prosecutor General’s Office, Rospotrebnadzor (national consumer protection service), the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service and other agencies must protect our people and companies from fake and poor quality goods. No matter whether goods are produced in Russia or abroad, they must meet modern requirements and standards and their origin and price setting must be transparent and clear.

In conclusion, our direct responsibility is to ensure reliable protection of Russia’s security in all areas and preserve our country’s social, political and economic stability.

Putting these remarks together, what Mr. Putin is doing is frankly challenging the two dogmas that are currently so much a part of the creed of Mr. Global and the Eurogarchs, namely, the dogma of the obsolescence of the nation-state and the dogma that the nation-state can, and should, be safely replaced by global corporations and their cultural policies. One need only think of the recent example of the rape of Greece, the growing disenchantment in Europe against its large of immigrant populations and the corresponding political and cultural backlash. In short, the vision Mr. Putin is promoting, if one considers the tenor of his concluding remarks about monopolies and cartels, is a model of a strong nation-state protecting its soveriegnty and, moreover, national culture. it is, as I have suggested, a post-post-modern view of the world and of the role of the nation state. In a sense, it is natural for Russia to take this view, having suffered under the Soviet system - which, let us remember, was a western invention and imposed on Russia by the connivance of the financial power in Germany and the USA in 1917-1918. In other words, in a sense, Russia played the "vast-federated system and obsolescence of the nation-state game" under the Soviet system. Like it or not, it has moved beyond that, while the West in general and Europe in particular now remain mired in the dogmas of the regulatory state and big corporate (cartel and trust) capitalism.

What will be interesting to observe is how Russia plays out this vision, not only with its dealings with China and the other BRICSA nations, but more particularly, in Europe, and especially in respect of its dealings with Germany and France, for the recent rifts between Paris and Washington, on the one hand, and Berlin on the other, on how to deal with the Greek situation, may give Russia the opportunity to probe and press for a renewal of its traditional friendliness with France. There will be cultural-economic studies in Russia about the relation between state and corporation that may be interesting to watch and consider, for the relation of the corporation as a person in law recognized by the state, is at the heart of the two dogmas of the Eurocrats and Mr. Global.

In short, Mr. Putin's "new strategy" is a total one, and at the heart of it are ideological challenges to the reigning assumptions of the West and its financial, political, and remaining and quite battered cultural institutions.

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. 8thdegreeofj on July 24, 2015 at 1:58 pm

    Ack! I cannot escape the foreboding feeling that Mr Global’s arch-ideological enemy (Russia) is gathering his forces (not just militarily) to him, is galvanizing their hearts & priorities and worst of all; feeling the urgent need to prepare for a Clash of Civilizations.

  2. basta on July 22, 2015 at 11:28 am

    Essentially, what Putin is saying is that the West is far more desperate than their last strategic assessment had indicated, and that the figures need to be run again, squared — and pronto.

    In 1917, Russia received a vicious payback for its isolation, and suffered throughout the 20th century from the scourge of communism, that weaponized ideology. Today, having survived the collapse of that construct and having repulsed the Rothschild-allied oligarchs of the post-Yeltsin era who thought they would be able to sequester the country’s vast natural resources for pennies on the dollar. Putin is faced with the chilling reality that nearly the entirety of the Western world has succombed to financial zombification, i.e., the currency=debt CB Ponzi scheme.

    Frankly, I’d be freaked out too, if I were him and had to face the Vampire Squid.

  3. Gaia Mars-hall on July 21, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    Obama has made and overture to Putin for helping him with the Iran deal.
    We will see if Obama has the wisdom and power to call off the attack dogs, Nuland and Breedlove.

  4. Robert Barricklow on July 21, 2015 at 4:05 pm

    The Mr. Globals & Eurogarchs are cut from the same cloth tailored to corporate oligarchies – to lengthen their profits, tighten the peoples’ belts & press a sharp greed crease that’s cuts an industrial strength inequality wherever these small gentlemen can find the people that suit their needs. Apparent the likes of Putin’s people prefer a more generous government that suits the needs of the people; rather than that of corporate greed. A, more or less, open system with infrastructure that benefits both the governments AND the people.
    Thus we find a divide marked by Nation-states and a transnational constitution[TPP/TTIP] that pretends to be a nation state.
    In others words a public versus private representation in regards to Power.

  5. valaren105674 on July 21, 2015 at 2:38 pm

    The Cold War never ended, it appears.

  6. Lost on July 21, 2015 at 2:26 pm

    The Catholic church was a unified government of much of western and central Europe from about 800CE to about 1500CE, and didn’t really break down entirely until the early 20th century.

  7. marcos toledo on July 21, 2015 at 9:49 am

    The toy mines idea came from the USA Vietnam War learning from the experts. Yes the West has been screwing Russians and other Slavs for millennia going back to the Viking raiders. They like Persia, India, China been around along time and know how to deal with barbarians. The smash and grab tactics can last only so long and anyway the West has always been in dreamland and wouldn’t recognize reality if they trip over it. So West lookout your victims are coming to get you.

    • Gaia Mars-hall on July 21, 2015 at 6:32 pm

      Try the Khazarians and Mongols.

  8. Aridzonan_13 on July 21, 2015 at 9:18 am

    The Russians are definitely playing chess. While the AngloSphere is making up the rules of the game as they go along. Due, to the tech / financial superiority they / we possess. Mr. Global has shown an amazing amount of hubris. Russia is aware of the PTB power structure and I believe, are setting themselves up for some serious payback if and when the opportunity arises. That payback will consist of the recovery of resources, influence, lands and treasure. The Russians have had a belly full of war and deprivation. So, open, full scale warfare is not their first choice. However, killing bankers with nail guns, is definitely an option. Note, if they weren’t responsible for that hit. They took notes.. Make no mistake, the Russian Bear, like it’s President can play real rough. During the USSR / Afghanistan war, the Russians made mines in the shape of toys to maim Afghan children.

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