Alexander Dugin has written an interesting article from a Russian perspective, on the struggle between the nations and the globalists. With respect to the United States, Dugin observes:
“In the US, we have a foothold in Trumpism. Although Trump himself lost, this does not mean that he himself has washed his hands, resigned to a stolen victory, and that his supporters – 70,000,000 Americans – have settled down and taken liberal dictatorship as a given. They have not. From now on, there is a powerful anti-globalist underground in the US itself, large in number (half the population!), embittered, and driven to despise liberal totalitarianism. The dystopia of Orwell’s 1984 was not embodied in a communist or fascist regime, but is now in a liberal one. But the experience of both Soviet communism and even Nazi Germany show that resistance is always possible.
Today, the US is essentially in a state of civil war. The liberal-Bolsheviks have seized power, and their opponents have been thrown into opposition and are on the verge of going illegal. An opposition of 70,000,000 people is serious. Of course, they are scattered and may be in disarray by the punitive raids of the Democrats and the new totalitarian technology of Big Tech.
But it is too early to write off the American people. Clearly, they still have some margin of strength, and half of the US population is ready to defend their individual freedom at any cost. And today the question is exactly this: Biden or freedom. Of course, liberals will try to abolish the Second Amendment and disarm the population, which is becoming less and less loyal to the globalist elite. It is likely that the Democrats will try to kill the two-party system itself by introducing an essentially one-party regime, quite in the spirit of the current state of their ideology. This is liberal-Bolshevism.
But civil wars never have foregone conclusions. History is open, and victory for either side is always possible. Especially if humanity realizes how important the American opposition is to the universal victory over globalism. No matter how we feel about the US, about Trump and the Trumpists, we all simply must support the American pole of the Great Awakening. Saving America from the globalists, and thus helping to make it great again, is our common task.”
Read the entire article here: The Manifesto of the Great Awakening. Against the Great Reset.