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Putin said wokeness is dismantling the West: Cancel culture first happened in Russia during Bolsheviks!

MSM is telling us that Putin and Russia are dangerous. They are attacking Europe. They are attacking the U.S. They are attacking the West. Today, Putin talked about the importance of solid support in the sphere of morals, ethics, and values which is increasing dramatically in the modern fragile world.

In fact, values are a unique product of the cultural and historical development of any nation. The mutual interlacing of nations definitely enriches them, openness expands their horizons and allows them to take a fresh look at their own traditions, he said.

What kind of a dangerous world leader is talking like this?

MSM has lost all credibility. Russia`s Putin is the MORAL leader of the world, and it`s a shame to see the U.S falling down from the top of that list. Putin is a conservative right-wing capitalist, and he does all he can to get rid of everything that has to do with the Bolsheviks that almost destroyed Russia.

Furthermore, he said the process must be organic, and it can never be rapid. Any alien elements will be rejected anyway, possibly bluntly.

Any attempts to force one`s values on others with an uncertain and unpredictable outcome can only further complicate a dramatic situation and usually produce the opposite reaction and an opposite from the intended result.

I assume he is talking about the EU that is attacking Poland. They try to force them to change their own rules. Is Poland the next country to leave the EU?

At the same time, the social and cultural shocks that are taking place in the United States and Western Europe are none of our business; WE ARE KEEPING OUT OF THIS, Putin said.

Some people in the West believe that an aggressive elimination of the entire pages from their own history, «reverse discrimination» against the majority in the interests of a minority, and the demand to give up the traditional notions of mother, father, family, and even gender, they believe that all of these are the mileposts on the path towards social renewal.

Putin’s said that they have a right to do this, but Russia is keeping out of this. We will also like to ask them to keep out of our business as well.

We have a different viewpoint, at least the overwhelming majority of Russian society. We believe that we must rely on our own spiritual values, our historical tradition, and the culture of our multiethnic nation.

The advocates of so-called «social progress» believe they are introducing humanity to some kind of a new and better consciousness.

The only thing that I want to say now is that their prescriptions are not new at all. It may come as a surprise to some people, but Russia has been there already.

After the 1917 revolution, the Bolsheviks, relying on the dogmas of Marx and Engels, also said that they would change existing ways and customs and not just political and economic ones, but the very notion of human morality and the foundations of a healthy society.

The destruction of age-old values, religion, and relations between people up to and including the total rejection of family (we had that too), encouragement to inform on loves ones, all this was proclaimed progress and, by the way, was widely supported around the world back then and was quite fashionable, same as today.

Putin also said that the Bolsheviks were absolutely intolerant of opinions other than theirs. This, I believe, should call to mind some of what we are witnessing now.

Looking at what is happening in a number of Western countries, we are amazed to see the domestic practices, which we, fortunately, have left, I hope, in the distant past.

The fight for equality and against discrimination has turned into aggressive dogmatism bordering on absurdity, when the works of the great authors of the past, such as Shakespeare, are no longer taught at schools or universities because their ideas are believed to be backward.

The classics are declared backward and ignorant of the importance of gender or race. In Hollywood, memos are distributed about proper storytelling and how many characters of what color or gender should be in a movie.

THIS IS EVEN WORSE THAN THE AGITPROP DEPARTMENT OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE SOVIET UNION!

Countering acts of racism is a necessary and noble cause, but the new «cancel culture» has turned it into «reverse discrimination» that is, reverse racism.

The obsessive emphasis on race is further dividing people when the real fighters for civil rights dreamed precisely about erasing differences and refusing to divide people by skin color,

I specifically asked my colleagues to find the following quote from Martin Luther King:

«I HAVE A DREAM THAT MY FOUR LITTLE CHILDREN WILL ONE DAY LIVE IN A NATION WHERE THEY WILL NOT BE JUDGED BY THE COLOUR OF THEIR SKIN BUT BY THEIR CHARACTER.»

This is the true value. However, things are turning out differently there.

By the way, Putin said, the absolute majority of Russian people do not think that the color of a person`s skin or their gender is an important matter. Each of us is a human being. This is what matters.

In a number of Western countries, the debate over men`s and women’s rights has turned into a perfect phantasmagoria. Look, beware of going where the Bolsheviks once planned to go. Not only communalizing chickens but also communalizing women. One more step and you will be there.

Zealots of these new approaches even go so far as to want to abolish these concepts altogether. Anyone who dares mention that men and women actually exist, which is a biological fact, risks being ostracised.

«Parent number one» and «parent number two,» «birthing parent» instead of «mother,» and «human milk» replacing «breastmilk» because it might upset the people who are unsure about their own gender.

This is nothing new; in the 1920s, the so-called Soviet Kulturtraegers also invented some newspeak believing they were creating a new consciousness and changing values that way.

As I have already said, they made such a mess it still makes one shudder at times.

Not to mention some truly monstrous things when children are taught from an early age that a boy can easily become a girl and vice versa. That is, the teachers actually impose on them a choice we all supposedly have.

They do so while shutting the parents out of the process and forcing the child to make decisions that can upend their entire life. They do not even bother to consult with child psychologists. Is a child at this age even capable of making a decision of this kind?

Calling a spade a spade, this verge on a crime against humanity, and it is being done in the name and under the banner of progress.

Well, Putin said, if someone likes this, let them do it.

I have already mentioned that, in shaping our approaches, we will be guided by a healthy CONSERVATIVISM.

That was a few years ago when passions in the international arena were not yet running as high as they are now, although, of course, we can say that clouds were gathering even then.

Now, when the world is going through a structural disruption, the importance of reasonable CONSERVATIVISM as the foundation for a political course has skyrocketed, precisely because of the multiplying risks and dangers, and the fragility of the reality around us.

This conservative approach is not about ignorant traditionalism, a fear of change, or a restraining game, much less about withdrawing into our own shells.

It is primarily about reliance on a time-tested tradition, the preservation and growth of the population, a realistic assessment of oneself and others, a precise alignment of priorities, a correlation of necessity and possibility, a prudent formulation of goals, and a fundamental rejection of extremism as a method.

In the impending period of global reconstruction, which may take quite long, with its final design being uncertain, moderate conservativism is the most reasonable line of conduct, as far as I see it, Putin said.

It will inevitably change at some point, but so far, do no harm the guiding principle in medicine, seems to be the most rational one. Noli nocere, as they say.

Again, for us in Russia, these are not some speculative postulates, but lessons from our difficult and sometimes tragic history.

The cost of ill-conceived social experiments is sometimes beyond estimation. Such actions can destroy not only the material but also the spiritual foundations of human existence.

Leaving behind moral wreckage where nothing can be built to replace it for a long time.

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Far-right populist movements making a last desperate stand for liberalism and democracy against a rising tide of progressivism and globalism

Donald Trump is still popular. In 2018, Republicans used to call Ronald Reagan the best president in US history, but now, in 2021, it`s Donald Trump, according to the latest Economist/YouGov poll. Trump is at the top (36%), while Ronald Reagan is second (18%), followed by Abraham Lincoln (13%).

Among all Americans, Donald Trump comes in third at 13% with Barrack Obama on top of the list at 18%, followed by Abraham Lincoln at 17%. President Joe Biden is not on the list at all, as he had served less than 20 days when the survey began.

I support all the presidents no matter what side they are on, but that doesn`t mean I agree with all they do and say. Right now, Biden is the president, and he has a lot of things to fix. And Trump talked about it in his speech at CPAC.

«We`re in the middle of a historic struggle for America`s future, America`s culture, and America`s institutions. Our very identity as Americans is at stake, like perhaps at no other time, so no matter how much the Washington establishment and the powerful special interests may want to silence us, let there be no doubt; we will be victorious and America will be stronger and greater than ever before,» Trump said in the speech.

Much of the crazy ideas are coming from the left side. Ideas like language are violent, don`t practice yoga or cook Chinese food, there is no such thing as biological sex and only white people can be racist. Many people are confused by these ideas.

Do you wonder how some people on the left side have managed so quickly to challenge the very logic of Western society?

What`s going on in America is not unique. It`s the same playbook in Europe as well. President Macron talked about it a few days ago and said he doesn`t want all these crazy ideas from the left in France. Sorry Macron, but it all started there; in France.

It`s an evolution from French postmodernism to its refinement within activist academic fields. Today we can recognize it by its effects, such as cancel culture and social-media dogpiles, as by its tenets, which are all too often embraced as axiomatic in mainstream media:

knowledge is a social construct; science and reason are tools of oppression; all human interactions are sites of oppressive power play, and language is dangerous. As they warn, the unchecked proliferation of these anti-Enlightenment beliefs presents a threat not only to liberal democracy but also to modernity itself.

This is what authors Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsay talk about in their book; «cynical theories.» While acknowledging the need to challenge the complacency of those who think a just society has been fully achieved, Pluchrose and Lindsay break down how this often-radical activist scholarship does far more harm than good, not least to those marginalized communities it claims to champion.

They also detail its alarmingly inconsistent and illiberal ethics. Only through a proper understanding of the evolution of these ideas, they conclude, can those who value science, reason, and consistently liberal ethics successfully challenge this harmful and authoritarian orthodoxy, in the academy, in culture, and beyond.

During the modern period in the last two centuries in most Western countries, there has been developed a broad consensus in favor of the political philosophy known as «liberalism.»

The main tenets of liberalism are political democracy, limitations on the powers of government, the development of universal human rights, legal equality for all adult citizens, freedom of expression, respect for the value of viewpoint diversity and honest debate, respect for evidence and reason, the separation of church and state, and freedom of religion.

These liberal values developed as ideas and it has taken centuries of struggle against theocracy, slavery, patriarchy, colonialism, fascism, and many other forms of discrimination to honor them as much as we do, still imperfectly today, Pluckrose and Lindsay said.

But the struggle for social justice has always been strongest when it has cast itself as the defender of liberal values universally, insisting that they are applied to all individuals, not just to wealthy white males.

It must be noted that the general philosophical position that we call «liberalism» is compatible with a wide range of positions on political, economic, and social questions, including both what Americans call «liberal» (and Europeans call «social-democratic») and modern forms of what people in all countries call «conservative.»

This philosophical liberalism is opposed to authoritarian movements of all types, be they left-wing or right-wing, secular of theocratic.

Liberalism is thus best thought of as a shared common ground, providing a framework for conflict resolution and one within which people with a variety of views on political, economic, and social questions can rationally debate the options for public policy.

However, we have reached a point in history where liberalism and modernity at the heart of Western civilization are at great risk on the level of the ideas that sustain them.

The precise nature of this threat is complicated, as it arises from at least two overwhelming pressures, one revolutionary and the other reactionary, that are waging war with each other over which illiberal direction our societies should be dragged.

Far-right populist movements claiming to be making a last desperate stand for liberalism and democracy against a rising tide of progressivism and globalism are on the rise around the world.

Trump said in the speech that his movement is successful. «We began it together four years ago and it is far from being over,» he said.

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Angela Merkel`s party CDU to lose 50% of their votes while the right-wing to far-right political party in Germany AfD are on the rise

Wow. This is a bombshell. And German Chancellor Angela Merkel is shocket. So are the majority of the German citizens. Germany`s ruling party Christian Democratic Union (CDU) will lose almost half of their votes in case of a new elections in the state of Thuringia.

The right-wing to far-right political party in Germany Alternative for Germany (AfD) are on the rise. A party founded only seven years ago. Autraged critics have compared the Thuringia election with the rise of Adolf Hitler.

In 1930, Adolf Hitler was celebrating. «Our biggest success we had in Thuringia,» he wrote. There we are the most significant party. The parties in Thuringia trying to create a government cannot secure a majority without our co-operation.»

A poll released earlier today, Friday, revealed that CDU is dropping from 21,7 percent to 12 percent.

Ex-Prime Minister of Belgium and pro-EU Guy Verhofstadt protested and sent a message on social media on Friday. He released a photograph of a newly elected Mr Kemmerich shaking hands with Thuringia`s hard-right AfD leader Bjorn Hocke, and juxtaposing it with one of Hitler greeting the then German president Paul von Hindenburg.

The AfD`s initial supporters were the same prominent economics, business leaders, and jornalists who had supported the Electoral Alternative 2013, who had previously challenged the constitutionality of the German government`s eurozone policies at the Federal Constitutional Court.

AfD`s ideology is German nationalism, Ultranationalism, Right-wing populism, Euroscepticism, National conservatism, Social conservatism, Economic liberalism, Anti-Islam, Anti-immigration, Anti-feminism, Direct democracy, Climate change denier and Right-wing to far-right.

According to its interim electoral manifesto, the party is against same-sex marriage and favours civil unions. The party is also against adoption for same-sex couples. The left-leaning newspaper Die Tageszeitung described the group as advocating «old gender roles».

Wolfgang Gedeon, an elcted AfD representative, has included feminism, along with «sexualism» and «migrationism», in an ideology he calls «green communism» that he opposes, and argues for family values as part of German identity. As AfD has campaigned for traditional roles for women, it has aligned itself with groups opposed to modern feminism.

Thomas Kemmerich of the Free Democratic Party (FDP) was elected as the state prime minister of Thuringia with the votes of the CDU and the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) on Wednesday.

Many people believe that Kemmerich`s election with the help of the AfD would have effects beyond the state and endanger the stability of the political system in Germany.

After Kemmerich`s election, leading politicians of most German parties critized process and called for a new elections in Thuringia. On national level, all major parties have shunned cooperation with the AfD.

Angela Merkel described Kemmerich`s AfD-backed election as «unforgivable».

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Socialism vs Capitalism

Bernie Sanders announced earlier today that he is running for presidency 2020. He is a democratic socialist on the left side who is fighting against president Donald Trump who is a Republican, businessman and a capitalist on the right side. Left vs Right. Socialism vs Capitalism.

President Donald Trump had a very strong and powerful state of the union speech a few days ago. In the speech, he made it clear that the U.S will never be a socialist state. The contrast between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders could not be clearer.

We all know that the «hate Trump media» are working close with people on the left side, and we all know that the «hate Trump media» are attacking him every day. We also know that FBI and the Deep State are on the same team. They try to destroy him.

Bernie Sanders said in his speech on Tuesday that people are living in a pivotal and dangerous moment in American history. Furthermore, he said «We are running against a president who is a pathological liar. A fraud. A racist. A Sexist. A Xenophobe, and someone who is undermining American democracy as he leads us in an authoritarian direction.

This is exactly what the «hate Trump media» have told us in years now and Mr Sanders obviously share this ideas.

He said «I am running for president because now more than ever we need leadership that brings us together. Not divides us up. Women and men, black, white, latino, Native American, Asian American, gay and straight, young and old, native-born and immigrant; Now is the time for us to stand together.»

«I`m running for president because we need leadership that will fight for working families and the shrinking middle class. Not just the 1%»

«We need a president who understand that we can create millions of good-paying jobs. Rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure and constructing the affordable housing we desperately need.»

«I`m running for president because we need trade policies that reflect the interest of workers and not multinational corporations. We need to raise the minimum wage to a living wage.”

«I`m running for president because we need to understand that artificial intelligence and robotics must benefit the needs of workers. Not just corporate America and those who own that technology.»

At the end of the speech, Mr Sanders said; «together we can create a nation that leads the world in the struggle for peace and for economic, racial, social and environmental justice. And together, we can defeat Donald Trump and repair the damage he has done to our country.»

President Donald Trump are working hard to make America great, but according to Bernie Sanders, he have destroyed the country. Whaaaaat?

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Emmanuel Macron has 62% of the vote while Jaques Chirac had 82,2% against Marine Le Pen`s father in 2002

People in France are at a very critical moment as they need to vote for a pro-European liberal or a far-right challenger. Voters in France will not only vote for France`s future but also for its place in the European Union.

Whats so special about this election is that the Socialist party and the center-right that have run France since the 1950s is out of the game with their old models. No matter what the winner is, the new President of France will have an agenda for change.

So, who is the next President of France?

 

 

The difference between Macron and Le Pen is that Macron want to stay in the European Union and Le Pen want to get out as soon as possible. They talked about it in a TV debate earlier this week. Emmanuel Macron also had this to say about Le Pen and her right-wing party:

“The France I want will not be divided. To make that happened we will need to leave a system that produced them. You are the co production of the system you are denouncing because you living thanks to it. You are its parasite!”

Wow! That was heavy stuff. «War declared» was also the headline in front of the newspaper in France earlier this week, and that was a message from Ms. Le Pen. There is no doubt; there is a war out there. The globalists vs The Populists.

Its a Populist wave in Europe, but we saw in Netherland that the Populists are still a minority. People in Netherland didnt want them. The latest poll in France is telling us that Macron will win by 62% which is a big victory.

But its not as good as Jacques Chiracs victory in 2002. He won 82,2% of the vote against the far-right candidate Jean-Marie Le Pen, which is the father of Marine Le Pen.

Chirac`s internal policies initially included lower tax rates, the removal of price control, strong punishment for crime and terrorism, and business privatization. After pursuing these policies as Prime Minister in 1986 – 1988, he changed his method.

He argued for more socially responsible economic policies, and he was elected in 1995 after campaigning on a platform of healing the “social rift” (fracture sociale).

Then, Chiracs economic policies, based on dirigisme, state-directed ideals, stood in opposition to the laissez-faire policies of the United Kingdom, which Chirac famously described as "Anglo-Saxon ultraliberalism". Chiracs religion is Roman Catholicism just like Emmanuel Macron.

There is a war going on and some of the weapons is «fake news». During the heated and sometimes vicious TV debate, Le Pen told Macron she hoped “we will not find out that you have an offshore account in the Bahamas”.

That was a reference to documents circulating on the internet that linked Macron to a Caribbean bank and was easily identifiable as forgeries. Macron swiftly rejected the comment as «defamation».

Paris prosecutors have launched a preliminary investigation into whether the fake news was being used to influence Sunday`s election runoff. Are we facing the same tactic as we saw during the American election?

“Macron came to Greeces aid during our crisis. The left should back him, Yanis Varoufakis said. Former President Obama said: «Im not planning to get involved in many elections now that I don`t have to run for office again, but the French election is very important to the future of France and the values that we care so much about”.

He added: “I have admired the campaign that Emmanuel Macron has run. He has stood up for liberal values. He put forward the vision for the important role that France plays in Europe and around the world. And he has committed to a better future for French people. He appeals to people`s hopes, and not their fears.”

I look forward to Sunday.

 

 

 

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