The Western financial vultures are already deciding who gets what from what remains of the Ukrainian carcass, an exercise they are well practiced in. It is now some five months since Russia embarked on its offensive to liberate the people of the Eastern Ukraine. At the outset, the outpouring of love and compassion for the … Read more
It is a good thing indeed that no close relatives of Ivan Ilyin are on record as surviving, otherwise they also would undoubtedly be targeted today for systematic elimination, one by one, in car bomb “accidents” and other similar terrorist acts. Such seems to be the destiny of intellectuals (and even members of their families) … Read more
We present to our readers this extraordinary lecture by John Laughland because it effectively synthesises the utter bedlam in which we live today. Laughland’s remarks require neither special praise nor elaboration. Their spot on veracity will be self-evident to every listener whose critical faculties remain unimpaired.
This trenchant analysis by one of our writers lays bare the utterly corrupt nature of what passes for “journalism” in what is commonly referred to as the “Collective West.” We recommend it highly to our readers. The pen is mightier than the sword, so goes a saying that has proved to be true throughout the … Read more
Saving Ukraine from Russia has become more important to Western leaders than saving the planet from climate change, more important than keeping their populations from freezing in the dark, more important than the viability of Western industries, and more important even than avoiding the risk of an all-out nuclear war between the West and Russia. … Read more
Since the creation of the US Federal Reserve over a century ago, every major financial market collapse has been deliberately triggered for political motives by the central bank. The situation is no different today, as clearly the US Fed is acting with its interest rate weapon to crash what is the greatest speculative financial bubble … Read more
In his article for The Atlantic of July 24, 2022 “Don’t Blame Dostoevsky,” Mikhail Shishkin makes a false start right away.[i] He rationalizes hate for a nation and its culture in the first sentence: “I understand why people hate all things Russian right now.” From the outset he tells readers it is permissible to hate … Read more
It took Russia twenty years to return to being a normal state with a vibrant economy, powerful armed forces and self-respect, but Russians still had a nation, even in those horrifying times of the 1990s so-called “liberal” experiment. “The United States doesn’t have a nation anymore. Not even close, and if the magnificence and power, … Read more