The twilight atmosphere of the global geopolitical situation and the unheard lessons of history


As we have had the opportunity to underline several times in this blog, the ongoing world war between the Anglo-Saxon empire on the one hand and Russia and China on the other is a conflict for world power and therefore a real hegemonic attempt of Moscow and Beijing to replace Washington and London at the helm of the world. Such a scenario can only produce a war catastrophe of immense proportions on a par with the First and Second World Wars. Since, since the world began, no hegemon has ever spontaneously renounced his hegemony and his power. And indeed he has always opposed with all his strength anyone who threatened his prerogatives. It is therefore appropriate to prepare for a geopolitical framework that contemplates years of wars and military and economic devastation whose effects and consequences will be visible, in our opinion, especially in the West. This can be seen from the developments that are taking shape in Eastern Europe as well as from the geopolitical framework that is maturing in the South of the world. The Anglo-Saxon empire is losing power and influence in the world and is proving incapable of defeating Russia on the field in Ukraine (where, let’s remember, NATO troops, who have long intervened directly under cover, and Russian troops are now clashing head-on). And since the destruction of Moscow’s economic and military power is fundamental for maintaining the power of the Anglo-Saxon empire over the world ( it is reasonable to hypothesize that the latter multiply your efforts to achieve this goal. In our opinion, he is increasingly slipping into a war and geopolitical trap that will prove fatal to him. Just like what happened to Hitler and Napoleon. Which the Anglo-Saxon empire managed to break thanks to the “Russian trap”. In which both entered, in a dramatic and fatal way at the same time, allowing London to maintain the scepter of world power ( All this allows us to outline a gloomy picture for the future of the world which seems increasingly immersed in a twilight atmosphere which seems to condemn its fate. In short, the situation is much more serious than what the propaganda machine can tell us and than what a neo-decadentism could express that represents the geopolitical drama of the era in which we live in the same way as what many twilight and decadent poets did in the period between end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century (i.e. in the period preceding the outbreak of the two world wars). On the other hand, today’s geopolitical situation is completely similar to that of the period just mentioned, even if most people are not fully aware of it. And the war developments we will witness in the near future will be entirely similar. With a radicalization of the conflict to its extreme consequences. And until the collapse of one of the two parties. Certainly, no one can know how the conflict between the contenders will evolve and how it will end. What is certain is that we are only at the beginning of a confrontation that will last years and will involve the immense resources of the lords of the world ( All those who delude themselves into seeing a peaceful and diplomatic solution to the ongoing war would do better to think again. Certainly sooner or later the war will end but this is not something that will happen in the near future. The two contenders are still at full strength and are extremely determined to achieve their geopolitical and geostrategic objectives.


The developments we are witnessing on the world geopolitical stage are largely the results of the geopolitical action of the Anglo-Saxon empire as it developed in the period following the Second World War. In fact, having worked for the collapse and dissolution of the Soviet Union as well as for the “overcoming of Chinese communism” has in fact freed enormous energies and resources that have made today’s Russia and China geopolitical realities of the first plan on the global geopolitical scenario. So important and powerful that they can, de facto, challenge the global power of Washington and London. In fact, in perspective, the victory achieved over the two red giants has effectively laid the foundations for today’s hegemonic attempt by Moscow and Beijing and has therefore revealed itself to be one of the biggest geopolitical and geostrategic mistakes that the West has ever made. Never committed ( since the continuation of the then existing communist model would have been much more functional for the maintenance of hegemony. But even more dangerous (and potentially fatal) appears the geostrategic error committed with the start of hostilities with Russia in the Ukrainian conflict. History has actually taught us that it is extremely counterproductive to wage war on Russia. Because against it it is impossible to achieve a military victory. The Anglo-Saxon empire knows something about this since it is precisely thanks to Moscow that it was able to defeat its rivals in the hegemonic attempts that took shape starting from Napoleon. Without the fundamental contribution of the Russian empire it is entirely probable that the British empire (together with the US one) would not have been able to defeat its very powerful and bitter rivals. This is an irrefutable fact and one to which Washington and London should have paid the utmost attention. Yet this was not the case and we have witnessed merciless analyzes (truly disconcerting and also supported by famous self-styled military and geopolitical analysts) on the economic fragility of the Russian giant, on the inconsistency and backwardness of its army, on how obsolete Russian military technology was and other similar nonsense. It was therefore hypothesized (just as Hitler and Napoleon already did) that Russia would be defeated in war, the disintegration of its state apparatus and its dissolution as a geopolitical entity (with consequent division into various states all subject to the West. and looted accordingly). Truly disconcerting things that reveal not only a total detachment from reality but also an impressive historical ignorance. On the other hand, we have already had the opportunity to clarify how conflictual the relationship between power and historical analysis is, especially when the response of the latter conflicts, unequivocally, with the wishes of the political leadership ( Today’s situation seems similar to that of 1941 when the German establishment, intoxicated by the conquest of continental Europe and one victory after another, gave life to Operation Barbarossa. An experience that today’s developments in the field seem to mirror in an impressive way. But, evidently, they do not affect the belief in the exclusivity and exceptionality of the financial oligarchy that de facto rules in the West. We’ll see how it turns out.

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