Join Date: 08.03.2005
Putin Confidant Yakunin: 'Russia and the West Are Drifting Apart'
Vladimir Putin has delayed a planned trip to Turkey following the forced landing of a Syrian plane in Ankara. In an interview, Vladimir Yukanin, a confidant to the Russian president, defends Russian weapons deliveries to dictator Bashar Assad and accuses the West of provoking a confrontation.
Join Date: 14.08.2012
There are two incompatible worldviews, sovereignty or globalization
There are two incompatible worldviews, sovereignty or globalization.
You can be free or not, there are no intermediate points.
There is a state of delusion in which thanks to mass media and TV PROPAGANDA you BELIEVE that you are free but in fact you are "believing" merely what someone else wants you to believe.
It takes only a few hours per day listening or watching TV or radio singing you the placebo song.
This is the reason why in the "west" there are cameras and TVs wherever you are, the bus, train stations and so forth...
More than getting you connected, they are worry that you get DISCONNECTED...
This delusion needs to be reinforced practically every second otherwise it can disappear like Cinderella's dress rendering the King (Bush Jr. for example) NAKED !
Mr. Yakunin is obviously on the side of sovereignty, I mean nations founded under two principles: 1- sovereignty; and 2- jurisdiction.
There is an antagonistic and incompatible option as a result of WW II, namely globalization.
The conflict resides on the assumption that there are supra-national organizations with jurisdiction over sovereign states such as: IMF, UN, Security Council, World Bank, international courts of justice, even the EU and so on.
The problem is that the "global" option is: 1- mandatory (countries cannot decline becoming members of it); 2- it enforces a standard universal form of government incorrectly called "democracy"; 3- it enforces a universal standard to do business and finances the way THEY like (without controls Ronald Reagan style); 4- it needs a Big Brother to put ORDER...
It is, in short, the XIX century ZIONIST vision of the world with no nations, a universal supranational government ruling US all...
It is the old IMPERIALIST order...
Clearly neither China nor Russia, India and Latin America and many others agree with this "vision", the problem is that USA-Israel-UK-EU ACT as if this model" has been ALREADY IMPLEMENTED.
They act as if they have rights to intervene and impose by force the type of government they desire on others, literally Gods' law.
Of course, this is a deceiving and dangerous attitude, but it is coherent with the attitudes and beliefs of its creators.
Yes, USA-UK (Bush Jr. and Blair, and allies by omission) in cahoots lie to the international community in order to kill Saddam Hussain.
Some said that the real reason was that Saddam was in fact signing oil contracts denominated in Euros instead of US dollars.
And this points to an interesting aspect on the "globalization" dogma, if it would be coherent it would have provided UNIVERSAL MONEY...
This is far the case, the universal money is a "de facto" US dollar...
NATO is another "anomaly" in the global system, pointing to the fact that it is NOT a system at all..., it is an OPPORTUNISTIC manoeuvre to get easy profits in the short and medium term.
Yes, Libya, Syria, Afghanistan, Sudan, now Pakistan (undeclared war and through the cricketer Khan and his Jewish wife Jemima Goldsmith and sons) are all under a "change of management" process.
Mr. Yakunin has a good point when he says that the very same process of violating free nations sovereignty will produce a reaction, this is reflected in Argentina, Venezuela, Brasil, Mexico in Latin America, Russia, China, Iran, India, and probably Japan, between many others.
The clownish farce of granting a Nobel price to the EU is a clear demonstration of the acumen and seriousness of the "sponsors" of this project, a dangerous minority carrying illegal nuclear weapons and a long history of global mishaps and disasters that seems to follow them forever...
Mr. Yakunin's answers in this interview are, no doubt about, the voice of common sense, the least common of the senses.