Thursday, March 6, 2014

My Vision for Russia

An alternative viewpoint.

I've been critical of Putin/Dugin  and their "Eurasian" future for Russia.  What then do I propose for a Russian future?

I propose an ethnically homogeneous, Slavic Russian nation, run according to racial nationalist and national socialist principles, affiliated with Europe, while maintaining its own unique cultural/civilizational Identity.  The Slavs need to be part of the greater European Imperium.

All of those non-Slavic (predominantly Muslim) states on the periphery of European Russia should be given their complete independence, and all individuals of such backgrounds should be repatriated to their homelands.  There are some Putin apologists who claim that giving these peoples their independence would be "dangerous" to Russia, since the Chechens and others would somehow form powerful radical states that would be some sort of threat.  That's ludicrous.  Russia is a huge nation, with a large and increasingly modernized military, and it has a large nuclear arsenal. These states would pose no more of a threat, even at their maximum power, than, say, Iran does now.  Any attack on Russia would be met with a devastating response. The truth is that these peoples are a threat to Russia now, precisely because they are part of Russia, live and travel within Russia, and hence threaten Russia with terrorism and insurrection.  As separate states, in a nation-to-nation relationship with Russia, and with their peoples not allowed within Russia, they would pose no threat whatsoever.  Russia could be a threat to them, but never the reverse.

Needless to say, there would be no other aliens allowed in Russia, no Jews, no "African immigrants," no Chinese pouring into the Russian Far East, none of it.

The only remaining problem is with the Russian East, Siberia, Russia east of the Urals.  There live non-Russian, non-Slavic, indeed, non-White and non-European native peoples.  What about them?

The Asian natives of Siberia should be allowed to live in their homeland as they have for thousands of years. Perhaps they could be granted a degree of local autonomy.  The would NOT be allowed into European Russia, Russia west of the Urals.  The natives and Russians living in the East would be strictly segregated; there is enough room in that vast territory for both groups to live, each without interfering with the other. There certainly should not be any miscegenation between the two groups.

Therefore: a strictly homogeneous European part of Russia, consisting only of Russian Slavs; in the East, Russians and native peoples existing in completely segregated communities, each group preserving their genetic and cultural uniqueness.

That's a vision a whole lot better than the "Eurasian" nightmare imagined by Soviet wanna-bes.