The US Establishment Plans War to Stop Trump
By Alexander Dugin
Russia’s number one geopolitical thinker
Information Clearing House
July 11, 2016
Reposted at Quemado Institute
Conclusion by Karl Pomeroy
July 11, 2016
VIDEO transcript: Greetings, you’re watching Dugin’s Guideline. The situation around Russia at the international level is gradually worsening. Even the most attentive international analysts have observed this. Recently, the Stratfor Think Tank published an article with an expressive title: The U.S. and Russia Plan for Conflict.
Why are they drawing attention to this conflict now? The opposition between the Land (Russia) and the Sea (the USA and NATO members) is something constant and unchangeable. If one loses something, the other gains something, and vice versa. Only naïve people and the direct agents of influence can believe in the “reset” of the “friendship” with the West. But why has the duel between these civilizations become more intensive only recently?
There are many explanations for it. But let’s regard the internal situation in the US, as it is here we can find the most exact answer. In fact, Donald Trump is a real challenge for the whole American Establishment, which doesn’t represent America, but the world financial oligarchy, transnational corporations, and fanatic-globalist sects. Trump is the candidate of America, for America is a nation-state with specific interests and understandable national interests. Russia, in fact, is not an enemy for such a state, but it is an enemy for globalists and Atlanticists, as Russian sovereignty does not allow them to fully control the world.
Russia is not an enemy for America. If Trump wins the elections, he will be on the side of realism, as he promised. And the main contradictions between Russia and the USA will disappear: each one will concentrate on its own problems and will not interrupt one another. It is an ideal scenario. But the globalists didn’t establish their domination of the world (first of all in America), create their networks, and plant liberal agents of influence to give up so easily. They can fall only because of Trump! He can create the conditions for peace. But the globalists need war. They don’t need peace, Trump, or Russia. That’s why they try to aggravate relations with Moscow. They are currently interested in this more than usual.
Most likely, the goal of those who arrogantly think of themselves as the World Government or its equivalent is increasing the tension with Russia so much so that on the eve of the election the situation turns not into a cold war, but into a hot one. Yes, a Third World War is very likely. Even this idea is horrible. Of course, being on the edge and actually crossing it are two different things, but the risks are very high. If the critical level is reached, after the elections the globalists will get some dividends, despite the final winner: Hillary as the direct candidate of the maniac neocons or populist Trump. If Hillary comes to office, she can slow down the conflict and gain some points by playing the peacekeeper. Her popularity is crucial, as the majority of Americans doesn’t accept her and never will, even if globalists impose her.
That’s why Hillary is interested to face our country at the edge of war. Hillary is not just a person, but also the face of the powerful globalist elite. If Trump wins, in a direct conflict he will be unable to implement his project of armed neutrality with Russia, as his position of a mutually beneficial détente will be regarded as betrayal. So the escalation will slow down Trump in the event of his victory.
And finally, if everything goes wrong in the USA, and we can’t discount it, the emergency situation and the high threat of war with Russia can be the cause to prolong Obama’s term. Later he can be blamed for everything, but Trump’s history will end, and the globalists will wriggle out.
So we have to be prepare for the worst case scenario. It is unlikely that the USA will star a war against Russia, but they are able to pretend that they are ready to do it. And such geopolitical poker is not just a game.
Goodbye, you’ve watched the prewar Dugin’s Guideline.
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We can avoid war only if we are strong and are ready to go to the end. Not pacifism, but defensive power is the guarantee of a real and stable world.
Quemado Institute Conclusion
By Karl Pomeroy
Dugin, as usual, is extremely perceptive from the point of view of a pro-Trump American, admirer of Russia, and supporter of the Donbass Republics. I hope Dugin is playing the Devil’s advocate here, just to keep Russia on its toes. The philosoper says, “If Trump wins, in a direct conflict he will be unable to implement his project of armed neutrality with Russia, as his position of a mutually beneficial détente will be regarded as betrayal.”
This seems overly pessimitistic. Yes, the global elite would regard “detente” as betrayal. Yet Trump may still succeed in his project of friendship with Russia. Trump is a powerful thinker, and his constructive approach can potentially overcome all obstacles.
I suggest to Dugin that he not use the word “detente.” It carries connotations of surrender and compromise. Trump will neither surrender nor compromise. He will build true friendship based on strength and mutual respect.
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