We commence the analysis of the core political and strategic ideas of Alexander Dugin as laid out in his main work “Foundations of Geopolitics – Geopolitical Future of Russia”, based on a close reading of the text. In this segment we explain mainly the proverbial foundations or “the principal duality” of Dugin’s megalomaniac eschatology falsely posing as, and today curiously popular, political science stressing the role of geography. This is the first close reading analysis of the foundational neo-Eurasianist text in the English language. Give it a look, we guarantee you won’t like it if you are busy cheering for Russia to defeat the “globalists”. But maybe, if you are displaying some symptoms of Duginitis chronica in its early stages, it could just make you re-think what you’re getting yourself into.
In this video we demonstrate how Trump's "drain the swamp" punch line punched the lights out of two demagogues.
We analyze portions of the interview with Alexander Dugin by Alex Jones and Dugin's on the fly explanation of Trump's "failure" to "drain the swamp". The obvious conclusion is that when you find common ground to be swampy, you're about to lose it quickly. Further, we point out that Dugin is promoting a peculiar kind of Globalism and demonstrate how he manipulates the Western alt media consumers into assimilating his own worldview.
Geopolitics this, geopolitics that ... it kinda gets annoying doesn't it? Well, why not educate ourselves about it. A year ago Kali Tribune presented "A Pocket Euro-Atlantist Dictionary" which served to clarify some terms used by Eurocrats, NATO, American think tanks and other annoying entities. Now we'll push further and turn our focus into opposite direction.
Narratives, narratives ... we don't need your stinkin' narratives. As the neighborhood of Kali Tribune's designated parcel of mud is in intellectual ferment and political turmoil, importing it's 4th political theoreticians all the way from US and Mexico, it's time to say a few words about Croatia, Serbia and ignorance of Alternative Media and Western people in general. Some things you cannot prove because they're wrong. Some things you cannot prove because they are obvious. It is obvious that narrative is not the truth and that alternative media coverage of world geopolitics is just media coverage. Nothing more, nothing less.
In 133. episode of Sunday Wire, yours truly joins Patrick Henningsen, Vanessa Beeley and Basil Valentine to discuss such themes as Nobel prize nomination for terrorists-linked "humanitarian" group, UN climate (no) deal and USA presidential shenanigans. Moreover this episode is significant as it commemorates the anniversary of Adam Weishaupt's founding of order of Perfectibilists, better known as Bavarian Illuminati, International Worker's Day, and one more step towards the light for our dear host Patrick, whose birthday we just celebrated.
As Kali Tribune is read by all kinds of people, some of them even Far Western “New Born Eastern Orthodox Christians”, it is appropriate to clear few things in advance, as we are about to engage analysis of Balkans geopolitics in the light of chaos logic of Euro-Atlantist’s bloc. One significant incitement for this shift in focus is the ICTY verdict releasing foremost clown among cutthroats and foremost cutthroat amongst clowns, Vojislav Šešelj to live out the rest of his days, dancing on the graves of all those who died to make room for “Heavenly Serbia”.
Bwana Joe has left the building. It's time for Kali Tribune's Department of Conjuration and Analysis to provide analysis of Joe Biden's last week visit to Croatia and it's significance. We are thereby presented with further examples of chaos logic as a principle of geopolitics, now coming back to Balkan, big time.
"Another round of US-Russia tensions might be unfolding, but such a clash was neither foreordained nor inevitable; between the two largely distant lands there is mutual nuclear deterrence and an absence of directly conflicting vital interests. Beyond inane sloganeering about democracy and human rights, more sophisticated Western strategists can cite new iterations of Halford Mackinder’s Heartland thesis or the latest Eurasian pipeline maneuvers as reasons to “contain” Russia. None of this accounts for a cosmopolitan oligarchy that sets policy, subsidizes scholarship, and manufactures consent in pursuit of its totalitarian agenda." So says Mark Hackard of the 'Soul of the East'. So what's left to old Kali than to copy&paste.
A review of Alexander Dugin's "Conspirology" is a good occasion to say a few words about conspiracy theories and Traditionalism in general.