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  1. On 5/15/2024 at 10:24 PM, 1velocity7 said:

    @EnigmaticWorld when i youtube search dugin it also comes back with slavoj zizek.

    your thoughts on him.

    i've been trying to find if dugin, zizek, j peterson have existed in the same space 

     

    I did see the news about Zizek, but I don't really know enough about him. I'm off to Barcelona for a couple of nights, but I'll have a look into him and give my opinion when I get back.

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  2. 2 hours ago, wagdog19 said:

    It only takes about 5% of society to stand up and say enough, and we could possibly circumvent the coming Armageddon. 

     

    Internationally or just in the West? If enough westerners wake up to what they're doing then they'll probably just set their eastern attack dogs on us. We need the societies of all superpower nations to wake up, surely? And how can we find common ground with the Chinese when they have a Golden Shield firewall?

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  3. 10 hours ago, Campion said:

      

    I don't doubt that the Eurasian nations have bad intent towards us in the west, but the whole situation looks like a good cop / bad cop pincer move at this point. Cyber and economic attacks with general demoralisation from the authoritarian states in the east and a censorship / hate crime / multicultural net thrown over us by the liberal west. It's like saying you can either live in a gilded cage in the west or an iron cage in the east. But in either case forget about real freedom. 

     

    Agreed. We're in real danger because both sides can use cyberwarfare as an excuse to tighten up security in both the East and West, and bring in things like internet ID.

     

    I guess my concern is that because of demoralization, the Eusrasianists are at a point where they can do whatever they want to the West and westerners will just think it's our governments that are responsible. Not that I think we should give our governments a free pass either though, they're both bad cops.

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    Musk's boosted Eurasianist accounts glow. Green and Martinez recently did a good talk about this.

     

    > "Let me tell you how bad your country is"

    > "Now look at these nice subways in Moscow and St Petersburg that we show tourists that are naive about the rest of Russia"

  5. On 4/30/2024 at 6:43 PM, dumbcritic said:

    Hopefully once you see the narrative being pushed, including by the MAM, you will never look at social media the same way again!

     

     

     

    I don't have enough info to make a judgment on the other two, but Cheong and Wall Street Silver are sus accounts for sure.

  6. ‘Anglo-Saxon’ isn’t racist. It’s a source of English pride
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/anglo-saxon-isn-t-racist-170608912.html

     

    "For if we dispense with the Anglo-Saxons, what happens to the name of England, the country of the Angles, or Essex and Sussex, territories of the Saxons? Can we talk any longer of the Anglophone countries? It is telling that even today Russian propaganda mockingly refers to us Britons as Anglosaksy, thinking it a term of derision. Such an insult makes one quite proud."

     

    Cambridge journal ‘pandering to mad Americans’ by ditching Anglo-Saxon from title
    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/cambridge-journal-pandering-to-mad-americans-by-ditching-anglo-saxon-from-title/ar-BB1m64mt

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  7. 1 hour ago, Sportsfan28 said:

    A fascinating read and a great website as well, so thank you for sharing! 

     

    It's okay for basic conspiracy stuff, but unfortunately VC doesn't like people noticing too many patterns on their forum regarding the overrepresentation of certain people in certain circles. Maybe they don't want to get shutdown though, I dunno.

  8. On 5/5/2024 at 7:29 PM, bryan said:

    Article from 2015.

     

    "The war on terror, that campaign without end launched 14 years ago by George Bush, is tying itself up in ever more grotesque contortions. On Monday the trial in London of a Swedish man, Bherlin Gildo, accused of terrorism in Syria, collapsed after it became clear British intelligence had been arming the same rebel groups the defendant was charged with supporting.

     

    The prosecution abandoned the case, apparently to avoid embarrassing the intelligence services. The defence argued that going ahead with the trial would have been an “affront to justice” when there was plenty of evidence the British state was itself providing “extensive support” to the armed Syrian opposition.

     

    That didn’t only include the “non-lethal assistance” boasted of by the government (including body armour and military vehicles), but training, logistical support and the secret supply of “arms on a massive scale”. Reports were cited that MI6 had cooperated with the CIA on a “rat line” of arms transfers from Libyan stockpiles to the Syrian rebels in 2012 after the fall of the Gaddafi regime.

     

    A revealing light on how we got here has now been shone by a recently declassified secret US intelligence report, written in August 2012, which uncannily predicts – and effectively welcomes – the prospect of a “Salafist principality” in eastern Syria and an al-Qaida-controlled Islamic state in Syria and Iraq. In stark contrast to western claims at the time, the Defense Intelligence Agency document identifies al-Qaida in Iraq (which became Isis) and fellow Salafists as the “major forces driving the insurgency in Syria” – and states that “western countries, the Gulf states and Turkey” were supporting the opposition’s efforts to take control of eastern Syria.

     

    Raising the “possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality”, the Pentagon report goes on, “this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran)”.

     

    Which is pretty well exactly what happened two years later. The report isn’t a policy document. It’s heavily redacted and there are ambiguities in the language. But the implications are clear enough. A year into the Syrian rebellion, the US and its allies weren’t only supporting and arming an opposition they knew to be dominated by extreme sectarian groups; they were prepared to countenance the creation of some sort of “Islamic state” – despite the “grave danger” to Iraq’s unity – as a Sunni buffer to weaken Syria."
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jun/03/us-isis-syria-iraq

     

     

    More on Seumas Milne:

     

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