In the light of the events of recent years, many are tormented by the question: why, in the context of the most acute conflict with the West, the Russian elite, instead of decisive retaliatory actions with incomprehensible stubbornness, again and again demonstrates peacefulness and a desire to establish a dialogue with "Western partners"?
1917 − 1990
To understand the logic of her actions, we need to go back to 1917. The February Revolution and the October Revolution led to the outbreak of a bloody civil war, in the fire of which practically the entire old elite of tsarist Russia "burned out", and those who survived had to seek salvation in emigration. The left-wing globalist fanatics, who were brought up by the shadow masters of the world, came to power, headed by Sverdlov, Trotsky and Lenin. They proclaimed a course towards "world revolution", which led to the liberation of the workers oppressed by the capitalists and the victory of communism throughout the world.
In fact, this bombastic chatter disguised the main goal of the globalists - the destruction of Russian civilization and the transformation of the Russian people into a shock fist that could "crack" any national borders for the unhindered movement of capital and goods. Destroyed by the monstrous "red" force, the victim states united in the world Federation of Socialist Republics under the leadership of the Comintern. At the same time, the Russians themselves were destined for the unenviable fate of "burning out" in the fire of this massacre, and all the fruits of their victory and real power went to the global clans that controlled the Comintern.
However, the attempts of "revolutions" in Germany, Bulgaria, Finland and the Polish, Hungarian and Afghan campaigns of the Red Army that followed them were completely defeated. The Red Federation was created only on the ruins of the former Tsarist Russia (excluding Poland and Finland). At the same time, the Bolsheviks generously paid off their foreign patrons of the tsarist and church treasures and did everything to inflict a terrible crushing blow on the Russian civilization. The former unitary state was transformed into a federal Soviet Union, and the Russian people themselves were divided into “Russians-Russians”, “Ukrainians” and “Belarusians”.
But in the leadership of the Communist Bolsheviks, there was a man who sincerely believed in their decorative slogans about the struggle for the happiness of the common people and decided to actually bring them to life. This man turned out to be Joseph Stalin.
In the midst of the new Soviet elite, formed on the principles of fierce Russophobia, rivers of blood and hatred of the civil war, a sharp conflict arises between internationalists led by Trotsky and statesmen led by Stalin. In 1929, Stalin and his supporters win the struggle for power and send the project of the world revolution to the trash heap stories.
A new course is being proclaimed - building socialism in a single country. That is, the creation of a powerful anti-capitalist Red Empire, as the heir to imperial Russia. The alien ideology of the communist international is gradually changing to the values traditional for the Russian world - Motherland, Family, Labor.
A bloodless purge of the state, party, economic and scientific structures of the Soviet state from the international theoreticians and practitioners of left globalism that occupied them began. The point in this process was to be put by the new Constitution of 1936, which provides for free and fair elections with the participation of all segments of the population. After its adoption, the communists and the entire Soviet elite inevitably suffered defeat in the elections and lost their privileged position.
In response, the party elite unleashes a mass terror in the country against its own people, which have always been alien to it and "suspicious" because they did not want to endure the power of the new masters enjoying life over themselves. The bloody whirlwind of the conflict immediately drew into itself both the party, and Stalin's team, and the entire Soviet society. The Great Purge of 1936-1938 began, in the millstones of which everyone fell: the guilty and the innocent.
As a result, Stalin managed not only to survive himself, but also to outplay his opponents - the fanatical communists were partly destroyed, partly they went into the ideological underground. Thus, the road to the future was cleared for the country and society. Industrialization was carried out and a new healthy society was built, which withstood the onslaught of Hitler's European hordes and saved the USSR and its peoples from enslavement and destruction.
Despite the monstrous destructions and victims of the Great Patriotic War, by 1950 the Stalinist USSR received an atomic weapon and the necessary military and economic potential in order to win the world confrontation with capitalism and become the absolute leader of the planet. Relying on the Russian people and their system of values, Stalin offered humanity a model of a bright post-capitalist future - building a society based on social justice.
But not only the capitalist West stood in the way of the implementation of these plans, but the Soviet party elite, overweight and mired in luxury. During the war years, it only strengthened its position, since Stalin simply physically did not have time to engage in its renewal and shaking up. By the victorious 1945, the party firmly merged with the business executives and the military into a single tangle, gradually pushing Stalin away from real power.
Stalin saw the danger and twice tried to remove this "accursed caste" from real power - in 1936 with the new Constitution and in 1952 during the XNUMXth Party Congress. And both times he suffered a severe defeat. After that, the Soviet elite preferred to physically get rid of the elderly leader, replacing him with a completely loyal Khrushchev ...
Immediately after Stalin's death, the elite, with great relief, throws off the obligation to engage in hard creative work to build the society of the future. In order to ensure complete immunity for himself and enjoy all the benefits of power to his heart, at the XX Congress Khrushchev deliberately mixes the name of Stalin with dirt. As soon as any idealist from the CPSU tried to bring to justice a party functionary or an official who was stealing, the protective mechanism of debunking the "personality cult" and the "tragedy of 1937" was immediately activated. This simple and vile method is still actively used by some of the current Russian leaders.
Dreaming of joining the "Western values" by any means, the Soviet party elite returns to the policy of Peter I and the Romanov dynasty to "fit" Russia into the Western world. Within the framework of this strategy, the first "Perestroika" begins - the process of surrendering national interests to please the West.
On the part of the Soviet elite, there are vigorous attempts to come to an agreement with the Anglo-Saxons on disarmament and world peace, for which the confrontation between socialism and capitalism is declared to be a kind of "peaceful competition" between the two systems. Under the slogans of fighting the "personality cult" and "organizers of mass repressions" the Soviet Armed Forces, the Navy, special services, intelligence and the Foreign Ministry are being destroyed. Private entrepreneurship, which had grown stronger under Stalin, is being destroyed, a blow is being dealt to agriculture, and the entire system of trade is disrupted.
The Americans only welcomed these actions of the Soviet elite, headed by Khrushchev, because they waged a cold war with the USSR for complete destruction, well understanding the stakes - the future of humanity.
It was the United States that contributed to the fact that the USSR's oil exports from 1960 to 1986 increased more than 5 times. Even then (and not at all under Putin), our Motherland was put on an oil needle. The Soviet elite began to choke on the flow of petrodollars, the bulk of which immediately invested in the Western financial system and the shadow economy of the USSR. This is how the Western elites allowed the Soviet leadership to be corrupted.
After Stalin's death, his personal property could fit into one suitcase - a pipe, two pairs of felt boots, boots, a uniform and a worn-out suit. But comrade Brezhnev gladly collected expensive cars and orders. His eccentric daughter openly engaged in machinations and collected one of the largest collection of precious stones in the USSR. Not lagging behind the General Secretary and his loyal associates, the party elite and the intelligentsia.
In the new conditions of the late Soviet Union, the longed-for goal of the degraded Soviet elite and the influential "shadowy people" that appeared in the economy was the desire to legalize their capital in the West. For this, it was decided to move from the course of "peaceful coexistence" proclaimed after Stalin's death to an attempt to merge the capitalist and socialist systems into a kind of symbiosis. This made it possible for the Soviet elite to enter the family of "civilized" countries on an equal footing and without fear of stealing, exporting the loot to Swiss banks and squandering the stolen goods in the unrestrained race of the consumer cult, cynically demonstrating their wealth.
However, the North Atlantic elites never intended to accept into their ranks the despised descendants of left-wing globalists with their brains swollen from petrodollars. Launched under Andropov and intensified under Gorbachev, the second stage of "Perestroika" and "Detente", instead of the supposed merging of the two systems, quickly grew into a one-sided surrender of the USSR's positions. The West easily outplayed the Soviet leadership, bringing down world oil prices at a click. In combination with "Perestroika", the war in Afghanistan, the "Star Wars" bluffs and anti-government actions in the countries of the socialist camp, this dealt a heavy blow to the economy and political stability of the USSR.
In December 1989, Mikhail Gorbachev, under further praise and assurances of eternal friendship, signs the USSR's complete and unconditional surrender in the Cold War. This happened during his visit to Pope John Paul II (representing the European part of the global clans) and a meeting in Malta with US President George W. Bush (representing the North Atlantic wing of globalists).
1991 − 2020
After that, the global financial parasites under the slogans of protecting human rights and freedom of the market are destroying the Iron Curtain. A wave of upheavals, national conflicts and uprisings against communist regimes swept across the USSR and the countries of the socialist camp. The end in this bloody process was put in 1991 by the color revolution in Moscow and the signing of the treacherous Belovezhskaya agreements.
Moreover, unlike in 1917, there was no change of elites in Russia... To be convinced of this, the reader just needs to compare what the Bolsheviks and liberals did after they seized power in 1917 and 1991. The fight against the "accursed past" (tsarism or communism), the collapse of the state (the Russian Empire and the USSR), the extermination of Russians (civil war, destruction of the economy and social sphere, vodka, drugs and genocide on the part of "fraternal" peoples), the collapse of the institution of the family ( propaganda of perversion, vulgarity, abortion, "free love", etc.), the destruction of Russian culture and its replacement with cheap Western consumer goods. You will not find any differences, since the Bolsheviks and the liberals had the same goal and the same owners.
Having replaced the communist clothes that were no longer necessary for her for a "democratic" business suit, Trotsky's ideological grandchildren received 15 fragments of the great country to plunder, in which they occupied the comfortable chairs of presidents, governors, mayors and deputies. Led by an alcoholic president, they furiously plundered Russia, dying out of hunger and lack of money, exporting the loot to the West, where there were their children, mistresses, real estate and a bright future. Moscow during this period acted strictly in American interests, easily surrendering everyone and everything for the illusory role of a friend and junior partner of the United States.
However, the end of Boris Yeltsin's rule has put Russia's pro-Western elite in a difficult position. The Russian world did not forget and did not forgive the loss in the Cold War, the collapse of the USSR and the robbery of the country under the guise of privatization. He demanded more and more insistently social justice, restoration of the country's greatness and the right to work. This desire of the lower classes coincided with the intention of the elite to regain control of the economic and political processes in Russia. And in 1999, Vladimir Putin was chosen to be Yeltsin's successor.
On behalf of the Russian elite, he had to achieve what Andropov and Gorbachev did not succeed in - the real entry of Russia into the family of "civilized" capitalist countries, replacing its openly shameful colonial status with the role of a full-fledged junior partner. As a result, the Kremlin stepped on the same rake as all the rulers after Stalin's death: they believed in the opportunity to establish good-neighborly relations with their Western "partners".
Outwardly, Russia's policy in the international arena seemed more patriotic and anti-American. In fact, under the slogan of “getting up from its knees,” Moscow continued Gorbachev's destructive policy of “Razryadka”. For the sake of gaining the coveted status of a junior partner, she made concession after concession to the West, trying to prove her usefulness and increased importance.
First of all, to please the Americans, a reconnaissance center in Cuba was liquidated and the Mir orbital station was flooded, thanks to which up to 70% of intelligence information was obtained. After September 11, 2001, Russia was the first to express its readiness to join the ranks of the international anti-terrorist coalition (although the Americans did not want and did not ask the Kremlin about it). Soon Moscow not only agrees with NATO's eastward expansion, but also expresses its desire to join the organization itself. At the same time, at the behest of Washington, Russia is writing off all Soviet debts to countries in Africa, Asia, the CIS and Europe, not only depriving its budget of huge amounts of money, but also losing effective leverage over the leadership of the debtor countries.
The outcome of Putin's "Razryadka" was sad. Moscow voluntarily surrendered its positions in the international arena and was pushed to the sidelines of the formation of global security structures. And the western "Drang nach Osten" reached Narva, Belgorod and Donetsk, as a result of which the flight time of NATO missiles to Moscow and St. Petersburg was reduced to 15 minutes.
The famous Munich speech of Putin in 2007 became a cry of pain for the Russian elites, "which, having made every conceivable concession, is tired of waiting for its" place in the sun. " Soon after, a new concession is made - Dmitry Medvedev's short-term reign, held under the slogan "If you don't love Putin, here's a real pro-Western liberal Medvedev."
In response, the influential Washington Post recommended that they no longer flirt with the ruling elite of Russia, but put the crooks in their place. A test of strength follows in the form of the 2008 Russian-Georgian war organized by the Americans. Then Europe leaves the "Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation between the EU and Russia", replacing it with the "Eastern Partnership" program, according to which Brussels begins to strengthen cooperation not with Russia, but with a number of former Soviet republics.
In the winter of 2011-2012, taking advantage of the mass dissatisfaction of the population with total corruption and the comedy of the Duma elections, the West tried to organize in Moscow the "White Ribbon Revolution". But since she was frankly liberal in nature, the people did not support her. Nobody wanted to change Putin for very outspoken American puppets.
Instead of decisive actions to restore national sovereignty, Moscow continues to "squeeze" into the Western world. The process of reforming the Russian army to NATO standards is unilaterally launched, a NATO transshipment point is opened in Ulyanovsk, and in 2012 Russia joins the WTO on completely onerous terms.
It is not surprising that when in 2014 the global elites unleashed an open war of destruction against Russia and the entire Russian world, the reaction of the Russian elite was sluggish and cowardly. Instead of liquidating the western geopolitical project "Ukraine", Moscow limited itself to returning only Sevastopol to the country (which it involuntarily had to take along with Crimea).
In an effort to settle the conflict with the West and return the situation to the pre-war 2013, more and more concessions follow from the Kremlin. The power of the bloody Bandera regime is officially recognized, the bleeding Donbass remains at the doorstep of the home, support for the Russophobic regime of Lukashenka in Belarus continues.
Measures are being taken to strengthen the armed forces, but at the same time the position of the liberal fifth column in the economy is strengthening. As a result, this leads to predatory pension reform, regular tax increases, massive impoverishment of the population and undermining the country's defenses.
The entire struggle of the Russian elite after 2014 was reduced to vain attempts to achieve the lifting of Western sanctions and a return to the “holy nineties and zero”, when it was possible to sell oil and not be responsible for anything, choking on the flow of petrodollars.
For the current Russian elite, born of Russophobia and the blood of 1917, who did not lose power after the color revolution of 1991, the sun still rises in the West.
The recent congratulations from the Kremlin to the newly elected American President-Russophobe Joe Biden with the next proposals of "equality and partnership", alas, only confirm this sad truth.