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How Trump's Foreign Policy Is Making Russian Fascism Great Again
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How Trump's Foreign Policy Is Making Russian Fascism Great Again
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The Trumpist wing of the GOP and its alt-right fan base is dedicated to curbing the power of liberals on the world stage, sabotaging U.S. influence abroad in favor of international, radical right-wing alliances, with partners who are explicitly enamored of the Kremlin.

The U.S. has traditionally worked diplomatically to re-enforce ties with elected governments in Europe, this subversive effort by the GOP appears to stake the U.S.’s global position on the continued rise of the radical right.

When the U.S. ambassador to Germany effectively told Breitbart that he favored the resurgent "anti-establishment" populists – a hat-tip to the far-right party, Alternative for Germany - over the elected government, the news only further confirmed that the Trump Administration is more interested in undermining the U.S.’s own allies and liberal democracy, than it is in building credibility and solidarity.

Though isolationist, the Republican Party is also expansionist, at least ideologically, as it seeks to weaken its liberal opponents worldwide and to cultivate stronger ties with opposition populist far-right parties that are openly affiliated with the Russian Federation.


The neo-Eurasian worldview claims to support a multipolar federation of authoritarian traditionalists is deeply racially charged. It appeals to the racist nationalists, hardline Russian Orthodox clerics, reactionary Catholics, and far-right evangelicals that constitute the core of the global far right wing.

Dugin is the go-to guru for a long list of alt-right figures: Alex Jones of Infowars interviews him together with Mike Cernovich; Jack Posobiec exults that Dugin is his summer reading; Nina Kouprianova, wife of alt-right leader Richard Spencer, says "Dugin is one of the greatest minds of our time."

Dugin’s neo-Eurasianism recalls the precursors and originators of Nazi geopolitical theory. But in his hands it has become an anti-modern, imperial federation of Kremlin-backed ethno-states.

When nationalist forces build a geopolitical alliance - similar to an axis of far-right powers -pitted against the liberal ideas bequeathed by the American and French revolutions, we know where that leads.

What appears today to conservatives as the brio of a nationalist wave manifests itself tomorrow in targeted violence, pogroms and expansionism.


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•REC⁴  Wrote: (06-14-2018 02:06 PM)
The Trumpist wing of the GOP and its alt-right fan base is dedicated to curbing the power of liberals on the world stage, sabotaging U.S. influence abroad in favor of international, radical right-wing alliances, with partners who are explicitly enamored of the Kremlin.

The U.S. has traditionally worked diplomatically to re-enforce ties with elected governments in Europe, this subversive effort by the GOP appears to stake the U.S.’s global position on the continued rise of the radical right.

When the U.S. ambassador to Germany effectively told Breitbart that he favored the resurgent "anti-establishment" populists – a hat-tip to the far-right party, Alternative for Germany - over the elected government, the news only further confirmed that the Trump Administration is more interested in undermining the U.S.’s own allies and liberal democracy, than it is in building credibility and solidarity.

Though isolationist, the Republican Party is also expansionist, at least ideologically, as it seeks to weaken its liberal opponents worldwide and to cultivate stronger ties with opposition populist far-right parties that are openly affiliated with the Russian Federation.


The neo-Eurasian worldview claims to support a multipolar federation of authoritarian traditionalists is deeply racially charged. It appeals to the racist nationalists, hardline Russian Orthodox clerics, reactionary Catholics, and far-right evangelicals that constitute the core of the global far right wing.

Dugin is the go-to guru for a long list of alt-right figures: Alex Jones of Infowars interviews him together with Mike Cernovich; Jack Posobiec exults that Dugin is his summer reading; Nina Kouprianova, wife of alt-right leader Richard Spencer, says "Dugin is one of the greatest minds of our time."

Dugin’s neo-Eurasianism recalls the precursors and originators of Nazi geopolitical theory. But in his hands it has become an anti-modern, imperial federation of Kremlin-backed ethno-states.

When nationalist forces build a geopolitical alliance - similar to an axis of far-right powers -pitted against the liberal ideas bequeathed by the American and French revolutions, we know where that leads.

What appears today to conservatives as the brio of a nationalist wave manifests itself tomorrow in targeted violence, pogroms and expansionism.


https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium...-1.6167199


We don’t want solidarity with people who push communist/Talmudist ideologies,
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