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Putin has ignited a new anti-colonial struggle. This time, Moscow is the target

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GREAT article , I hope that our left understand it and will help us to bring down the juchi colonial project, the last time !

History is teetering on an edge. No one knows which way it will go. Maybe the Moscow empire, the last and most terrible of the "European" empires, will fall. Or maybe it will absorb the hit and survive as it has survived and expanded since the 17th century. You’d be a fool to bet against it. The graveyards of Eurasia are full of those who did....What if the empire falls? What if structures that have endured and enslaved for centuries can be blown apart like the creaking trucks in a Muscovite munitions convoy?...Even in Soviet times Moscow “recognised the existence of Belarus and Ukrainian nations”, Viačorka said. Putin was bringing a “new form of fascism”




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That's a nice map Litwin, everyone should keep it in the front of their mind.
 

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That's a nice map Litwin, everyone should keep it in the front of their mind.

It’s an idiotic map. Most of those “countries” aren’t even remotely feasible.
 

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GREAT article , I hope that our left understand it and will help us to bring down the juchi colonial project, the last time !

History is teetering on an edge. No one knows which way it will go. Maybe the Moscow empire, the last and most terrible of the "European" empires, will fall. Or maybe it will absorb the hit and survive as it has survived and expanded since the 17th century. You’d be a fool to bet against it. The graveyards of Eurasia are full of those who did....What if the empire falls? What if structures that have endured and enslaved for centuries can be blown apart like the creaking trucks in a Muscovite munitions convoy?...Even in Soviet times Moscow “recognised the existence of Belarus and Ukrainian nations”, Viačorka said. Putin was bringing a “new form of fascism”




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Can I ask why do you have to bring in left vs right BS?
How about saying hope the American people understand this?
Have a nice day
 

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No? Well, that is what I want to do to them.

Theres literally less than no chance of it happening.

Gee, except maybe in the aftermath of a global thermonuclear war.

Are you willing to trade New York, DC, LA and more for your map?
 

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Theres literally less than no chance of it happening.

Gee, except maybe in the aftermath of a global thermonuclear war.

Are you willing to trade New York, DC, LA and more for your map?
All we need is for Zelensky to march up to Moscow and declare himself King.
 

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Lol yeah, that’s not happening either.
Here's what I figure, Putin is the Beast and Zelensky the False Prophet, because Zelensky is a comedian and that's what they called each-other, misfit, scoundrel, comedian, captain, at least in their inner cores and possibly out loud.

Now, Putin isn't really the Beast and Zelensky the False Prophet, they have other ways of torturing each-other this time around.

So then declaring himself King he can abdicate the throne and chop up his Country.

No?

For the White Horse 2020-2026, 2030.5.
 

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Here's what I figure, Putin is the Beast and Zelensky the False Prophet, because Zelensky is a comedian and that's what they called each-other, misfit, scoundrel, comedian, captain, at least in their inner cores and possibly out loud.

Now, Putin isn't really the Beast and Zelensky the False Prophet, they have other ways of torturing each-other this time around.

So then declaring himself King he can abdicate the throne and chop up his Country.

No?

For the White Horse 2020-2026, 2030.5.

Lol what?
 

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Everything east of Taymir on that map will belong to China in 50 years. 'Nuff said.
for couple of years only, the han - china is not for long , as we all know from the history (y)
 

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Can I ask why do you have to bring in left vs right BS?
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no BS, just the facts.

I say that our left , should play more active role in Ukrainian anti- colonial struggle

Part of the Left from Western countries either supports Putin or adopts a 'neither-nor' position. How do you respond to this?


VS: Ours is an anti-colonial, anti-imperialist and even anti-fascist struggle. I think there is a parallel with the struggle for independence of Algeria,....The Ukrainian people are fighting for their right to be themselves, to develop independently. It’s not a war between the US and Russia.

 

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That's a nice map Litwin, everyone should keep it in the front of their mind.
yes, and this article
The unwieldy Russian Federation consists of 85 “federal subjects,” of which 22 are republics representing non-Russian ethnicities, including the North Caucasus and Middle Volga, and numerous regions with distinct identities that feel increasingly estranged from Moscow.


Instead of pursuing decentralization to accommodate regional aspirations, the Kremlin is downgrading their autonomy. This is evident in the new language law designed to promote “Russification” and plans to merge and eliminate several regions.


Pressure is mounting across the country, with growing anger at local governors appointed by the Kremlin and resentment that Moscow appropriates their resources. Indeed, regions such as Sakha and Magadan in the far east, with their substantial mineral wealth, could be successful states without Moscow’s exploitation....
Some regions could join countries such as Finland, Ukraine, China and Japan, from whom Moscow has forcefully appropriated territories in the past. Other republics in the North Caucasus, Middle Volga, Siberia and the far east could become fully independent states and forge relations with China, Japan, the U.S. and Europe.
Neglecting Russia’s dissolution may prove more damaging to Western interests than making preparations to manage its international repercussions. To avoid sudden geopolitical jolts and possible military confrontations, Washington needs to monitor and encourage a peaceful rupture and establish links with emerging entities.

 

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yes, and this article
The unwieldy Russian Federation consists of 85 “federal subjects,” of which 22 are republics representing non-Russian ethnicities, including the North Caucasus and Middle Volga, and numerous regions with distinct identities that feel increasingly estranged from Moscow.


Instead of pursuing decentralization to accommodate regional aspirations, the Kremlin is downgrading their autonomy. This is evident in the new language law designed to promote “Russification” and plans to merge and eliminate several regions.


Pressure is mounting across the country, with growing anger at local governors appointed by the Kremlin and resentment that Moscow appropriates their resources. Indeed, regions such as Sakha and Magadan in the far east, with their substantial mineral wealth, could be successful states without Moscow’s exploitation....
Some regions could join countries such as Finland, Ukraine, China and Japan, from whom Moscow has forcefully appropriated territories in the past. Other republics in the North Caucasus, Middle Volga, Siberia and the far east could become fully independent states and forge relations with China, Japan, the U.S. and Europe.
Neglecting Russia’s dissolution may prove more damaging to Western interests than making preparations to manage its international repercussions. To avoid sudden geopolitical jolts and possible military confrontations, Washington needs to monitor and encourage a peaceful rupture and establish links with emerging entities.


Except, as I’ve already explained to you, the vast majority of the nations on that map aren’t even remotely feasible. It’s like claiming Native American reservations could become independent countries.
 

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Except, as I’ve already explained to you, the vast majority of the nations on that map aren’t even remotely feasible. It’s like claiming Native American reservations could become independent countries.
you are a putin´s man, and N1 supporter of Moscow JUCHI IMPERIALISM HERE. You are NOT in position to judge the USA and the Liberal order in general

do you hold responsible USA/UK for Bucha massacre (war - crime) as well ?


 

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you are a putin´s man, and N1 supporter of Moscow JUCHI IMPERIALISM HERE. You are NOT in position to judge the USA and the Liberal order in general



Oh look, more racist blather. Unfortunately for you, no more of fanaticism can change the fact that your plan flat out doesn’t work.
 

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you want more, here we go :

your role model , K. Marx and other Marxists : "...terrible apparition of Genghis Khan. The bloody mire of Mongolian slavery, not the rude glory of the Norman epoch, forms the cradle of Muscovy, and modern "russia" is but a metamorphosis of Muscovy."

The Mongolian Origins of Muscovite Power​


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Ivan III delivered Moscow from the Tartar yoke, not by a bold and decisive blow, but by the patient work of twenty years. He did not break it, but surreptitiously extricated himself from it. Thus this deliverance bears more resemblance to a natural phenomenon than to a human act. When the Tartar monster was on the point of uttering its last death-rattle, Ivan appeared at its death-bed as a doctor who makes the diagnosis and announces the end, and not a warrior who strikes the coup de grace.


Every people appears to have grown in stature when it shakes off a foreign yoke. From Ivan’s hands, Moscovy emerged still more debased. To be convinced of this, it suffices to compare Spain and its struggle against the Arabs with Moscovy and its struggle against the Tartars.


It is still interesting today to note to what extent Moscovy endeavored – just like modern Russia – to conduct attacks upon the republics. Novgorod and its colonies open up the cycle, the Cossack Republic follows suit, and Poland closes it ... Ivan seems to have wrested from the Mongols the chains which crushed Moscovy only to impose them upon the Russian republics.

 

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you want more, here we go :

your role model , K. Marx and other Marxists : "...terrible apparition of Genghis Khan. The bloody mire of Mongolian slavery, not the rude glory of the Norman epoch, forms the cradle of Muscovy, and modern "russia" is but a metamorphosis of Muscovy."

The Mongolian Origins of Muscovite Power​


....

Ivan III delivered Moscow from the Tartar yoke, not by a bold and decisive blow, but by the patient work of twenty years. He did not break it, but surreptitiously extricated himself from it. Thus this deliverance bears more resemblance to a natural phenomenon than to a human act. When the Tartar monster was on the point of uttering its last death-rattle, Ivan appeared at its death-bed as a doctor who makes the diagnosis and announces the end, and not a warrior who strikes the coup de grace.


Every people appears to have grown in stature when it shakes off a foreign yoke. From Ivan’s hands, Moscovy emerged still more debased. To be convinced of this, it suffices to compare Spain and its struggle against the Arabs with Moscovy and its struggle against the Tartars.


It is still interesting today to note to what extent Moscovy endeavored – just like modern Russia – to conduct attacks upon the republics. Novgorod and its colonies open up the cycle, the Cossack Republic follows suit, and Poland closes it ... Ivan seems to have wrested from the Mongols the chains which crushed Moscovy only to impose them upon the Russian republics.


Who cares?

Blathering on about Marx does not excuse YOUR racism, nor does it change the fact that your plan is laughable.
 

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you do care, looks like 1917 all over again , terrible for pootler´s family and their servants , and the propagandacondoms are the first in line 😂



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Lol since when? 1917 saw foreign armies deep inside Russian territory. Unless the Ukrainians can teleport, that ain’t happening 😂

You better hope not, because the USSR ate Lithuania for lunch 😂
 

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your fav ulus (empire ) has done ...


Which is not evidence of...Anything.

Other than your racism.
 
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