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For all consumers can see themselves as a unified community while standing in the line before the register of the gas-stop, completely identical to every other gas-stop in European Union, being a part of network of highways which isolate the passenger and render all scenery identically unrecognizable. Why is serpent so shy? For those who realize that project of globe encompassing society is impossible without total religious, political and economic system, the only question is: Alexander Dugin, Russian sociologist, philosopher and theoretician of geopolitics, whose book Konspirologija was presented to Croatian public by Eneagram publishingwould unequivocally opt for second alternative.
But before followers of David Icke proceed to send him positive vibrations, we must advice them to think twice. Alexander Dugin is not the man to simplify things, so caution in approach to his work should be proportional to a caution one exercises while approaching the ideas of Western practitioners and theoreticians of social engineering, like Kissinger, Soros, Popper or Luhmann.
Admittedly, the ambitions are similar — victory in the arena of geopolitics and accomplishment of a concrete and definitive worldview. In that respect, aside of the fact that he is, to aleksandr contrary of Western necromancers, prone to play an open card game, we can trust a lingering hope that his cards are not being marked in advance. Konspirologijafirst published in In that sense, while laying out the framework of the book, Dugin notes that conspirological notion of history and kohspirologija life is something quite common in public mind, although it is never spoken about publicly.
That presents the thinker with the task of sociological analysis of the phenomena, namely the delineating of typical structures, forms konspirilogija meanings which make it so widespread and influential, yet at the same time invisible to academic world.
If anybody takes up the task, he will soon realize that Dugin is a source to be reckoned with, because introductory part of Konspirologija shows how well informed he is. He traces the history of conspirological concepts through exposition of their significant advocates, mainly authors the alekzandar audience of InfoWars probably never heard of, although they had left an important mark on history of ideas in general.
The alsksandar of their classification and evaluation is not objective truth of what they argue for, which Alwksandar touches only in passing, but activity of human spirit which brings their ideas konpirologija being.
It is a conspirological archetype of a sort, an idea deeply rooted in the unconscious layers of humanity, providing it with elusive, yet very real, intuition that below the surface of history there is a definite direction and meaning.
Flood of conspiracy theories is related to erosion of traditional Christian culture, initiated, according to Dugin, in the second half of 18th century, i. In accordance with zeitgeist they necessary tend to sublimate the religious moment and then project it in the deeds of men, groups which continually labor on destruction of existing world order.
At that point, Dugin rightfully notes the recurring patterns: However, that which remains permanent in all changing forms of conspiracy theories is hidden to most of their creators and proponents. So Dugin is obliged to ask the following: In plain words, why the same idea rings differently aleksandae put in words by different men; why, to take an example, denunciation of Israel rings very different when pronounced by neo-Nazi or someone as benign as Duvin Icke, if they use the same — admittedly, in both instances, shallow — arguments?
Why do we have a feeling that they are saying different things? In that sense conspirological approach to history is lonspirologija risky business, if done properly.
Most of them miss the aim because they never really pause to ask the question, as to just what that principle really is. However, no dguin ever misses it entirely. The true exposition of principle giving birth to conspiracy theories Dugin locates in the works of a man who was neither conspirologist nor historian, but apolitical contemplative and willing exile from Western history.
Konsprologija man in question was French thinker Rene Guenon. Rene Guenon and Traditionalism From the informal founder of Traditionalism, Dugin lends the idea that history is essentially a clash between two subliminal motives and their respective influences: The first term denotes movement of the Spirit, from being thrown in the world and history, to return into the origin, konspirologlja which Guenon calls sacral Tradition, living and breathing heart of revealed religions.
While initiation relies on metaphysics which depicts the Spirit as a foundation of the world, counter-initiation seeks the origin only in effects, material forms which are depicted, but also molded by modern science, employed to be a function of hidden metaphysics laboring on reducing the world and knowledge to measures of materialism.
But it is essential to bear in mind that materialism is merely a phase in the evolution of counter-initiation, morphing even today in a certain, still not clearly recognizable, form of perverted spirituality. The political system serving such purpose, i. Counter-initiation and the world of today Dugin holds that conspirologists usually kinspirologija the target because they are unable to recognize this historical clash, and are consequently thrown in the decisions of picking the sides which are always wrong.
That way some of aleosandar get stuck in radical political movements such as Nazism and Fascism. Of course, Tradition is not, and indeed cannot become, the creation of modernity or postmodernity, which neo-Paganism of Nazism was, in every shape and form.
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Moreover, political philosophies of Fascism — and especially hybrid ideology of Nazism — contain a strong pseudo-religious moment which makes them violent and admittedly unsuccessful attempts to create a counter-initiation political system; something true counter-initiation politics accomplishes in a logically consequent manner. However, Dugin believes that it has a clear and distinct geopolitical origin too — the clash between unipolar and multipolar geopolitical metaphysics he subsumes in the merciless war of two political and spiritual principles: Sacral Geopolitics Elaboration of the meaning of these principles led Dugin close to contemporary Russian power holders.
Much of his terminology can be heard used by Vladimir Putin or Sergei Lavrov. Be that as it may, the geopolitical principles, as explained in Konspirologijaare archaic, unconscious ideas or systems of motives and symbols which move the peoples and civilizations in certain definite directions.
Their first systematic — albeit not esoteric, like we encounter in Dugin — exposition was given by British politician and founder of geopolitics, Halford Mackinder. The principles of Atlantism and Eurasianism manifest themselves as geopolitical drive towards the anglo-saxon powers, once led by British Empire and now by United States of America, as opposed to the counter drive towards the continental powers of Central Europe and the East.
We must, however, never forget that pseudo-religious ideas are not a privilege of marginal political movements. When all the complexity of the moment is taken into consideration, if we take a look at Ukraine and what is going on there, it is patently obvious that technique of inciting chaos via proxy is still in employ.
Unipolar and multipolar world Dugin sees our age as a culmination of the struggle of two geopolitical paradigms: In effect it appears to be a process of total religious, political and economical eradication of all spiritual, social and anthropological differences among the peoples, and their submission to the rule of panoptic technocracy.
Multipolar principle, on the other hand, is a paradigm of retaining and strengthening the differences in accordance with manifoldness of civilization matrixes. It can lead to conflicts but it can very well lead to interlocking, dialogue and alliances instead, like it always has been throughout the history. The precondition of multipolar world is successful resistance to Globalization, especially victory in the Weltanschauung Krieg which threatens the core values of given society and brings forth the destruction of variety of worldviews and ways of life, interestingly enough, under the aegis of multiculturalism.
In that respect Alexander Dugin is an exemplary political atheist. Namely, he seems to consider every symbolic action or system created by global institutions entirely devoid of any essential morality. Values of multiculturalism, gender equality and erasing of sexual differences through ideological matrix of homosexual marriages, are only means to a rather nefarious end; entirely realistic, albeit bizarre, political project. Exactly what that project should be, we can observe ourselves with merely taking a peek through the window.
It is a process of total devaluation of historical heritage of civil rights: Historical novelty of globalist metaphysics lies in the duvin that it insists on being freely accepted by individual. However, belief in the gods of politics which, interestingly enough, often follows the lack of belief in the transcendent one is nothing but superstition.
However, there is a great danger in idealizing the Eurasian project spearheaded by Russian Federation. Further, it is questionable how really can one reconcile militant Evolian mysticism with ascetic wisdom of Guenon, which Dugin apparently tries to do.
What he and Guenon were able to do is kpnspirologija point the finger and say: Nothing more, nothing less. And that in itself made them revolutionaries. Resistance of the sort Alexander Dugin advocates could prove no less immoral than the aggression of the West and in fact can hardly be reconciled with the religious attitude of Traditionalism.
We must conclude that Alexander Dugin is relevant thinker and his work is a point of reference for everybody who sees, or at least hears, something creeping in the dugib near his front door. Dugin says it clearly: But if we observe how he, as well as the European alternative right in general, splices the Traditionalism and realpolitikthe unavoidable question arises: No doubt, ever more people are becoming aware that history of 20th century was not what they were told it was.
The values of the West more and more prove to be a threat not only to political, economical and biological, but also the very logical foundation of human being as such. Nihilism is all out of masks.
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