The Moscow – Beijing Continental Alliance is a nightmare for any Atlantista. And not because one of them does not like Russians or Chinese. Because such an axis means a return to the Stalinist model of foreign policy. With all that it implies.
As a result of this turn, Western Europe is turning into the far corner of the continent and is left alone with the whole set of problems that it has created for itself. The USA will lose the role of arbiter in Eurasia and will gradually lose region by region.
At the same time, despite the prospects, among the ruling class of the Russian Federation, supporters of the Moscow – Beijing alliance are much less than opponents. Because the vast majority of Moscow elitarians are interested in maintaining the economic model “oil for pleasure”. And even more interested in maintaining the usual cultural and social model, where their location on the social ladder is reserved until retirement.
The transition to an allied relationship with a state with a socialist economic model and a rigid state vertical will automatically expose the futility and unsuitability of our elites. Which, naturally, will resist.
And they will resist in the old manner: through sabotage, imitation of activity and double-dealing.
At the same time, discontent in society will also increase. But it will grow mainly in Moscow, which, as we know, is not Russia, but replaces Russia in the media and public image. At least in the representation of elites. And the fact that in Bolotnaya at one time they saw a greater threat than in the problem of single-industry towns or in the reform of education, is another proof of this.
Outside, the alliance of Russia and China will be torpedoed. The scheme is already clear - it will be the undermining of ethno-confessional mines, which are sufficiently laid in Eurasia. The first explosions, as already mentioned, were heard in the Gorno-Badakhshan and Uygur autonomies. And this is a trial explosions: there will be an attempt to export to the Volga region - Tatarstan and Bashkortostan, to the Caspian Sea, to Dagestan, and so on.
The situation is aggravated by the fact that we know very little about the real social and confessional situation in the most explosive regions. The authorities are accustomed to look at the regions, and even more so at the regions in the neighboring republics, through the prism of the “power – power” relations. And such an approach, especially the farther to Asia, is characterized by flattering and multi-vector heads and closeness of society. We actually know nothing about our frontiers in terms of the explosiveness of society.
What can be said about our pale-faced brothers who have spent the last 25 years studying the conflict points of Eurasia. Thousands of NGOs working from Vladivostok to Brest are really nothing more than a network of studying ethnic, religious and social points of conflict. I have met Polish graduate sociologists who study Transnistrian society. They studied, despite the fact that no one recognizes the republic, therefore, there is no point in obtaining such a diploma. Just as, for example, the Red Cross mission in South Ossetia in 2009 – 2010 was surprisingly staffed primarily by US and UK citizens.
Our opponents, unlike us, know perfectly well with which society and how to work. Plus, we studied the structure of decision-making and the qualitative composition of our elitarians.
And now, when the network of NPOs has already fulfilled its research function, other people begin to work.
In the next step, when we hear more and more loud explosions of ethnic and religious mines, the networks of NGOs will go on to perform tasks of the second level. Namely - to clarify the catastrophic situation in Russia. And this will be done by thousands of experts of different levels and very convincingly - because these experts, unlike our experts, are well versed in the subject.
But the greatest danger is that at this stage Moscow elitist and NGO networks are the closest and natural allies. Both must push the power into the walls of the Moscow Kremlin and create a feeling of total defeat on all fronts.
Because the elitist are most interested in maintaining the “oil for pleasure” scheme, and the network structures of our pale-faced brothers need to prevent the alliance between Russia and China by any means.
As is known, the fortresses were more often handed over by traitors who secretly opened the gates, rather than the garrison and the inhabitants. But the Kremlin, whatever one may say, was and remains first and foremost a fortress - consequently, the thinking of its inhabitants should be appropriate.