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Russia is winning, Biden and American neo-whatevers are losing. It is just that simple. [Video]

This is much bigger than just a war between two countries. This is a global realignment that is truly a Godsend.

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The American media has headlines like these (I even linked them, where possible, for your daily dose of fake news and depression, or at least delusion):

From Fox News:

From Fox News’ website’s splash page, as of 5:39pm EDT March 21st, 2022.

Doesn’t President Putin look sad in the Fox image? So, so sad… and so, so fake. But we digress… Let’s move ahead to CNN: From CNN’s splash page, also at 5:42pm EDT March 21at, 2022:

One wonders if, oddly enough, the CNN coverage is actually more cogent than Faux (Fox) has been lately. In an odd reversal, it seems to be the Fox News anchors that are peddling more hysteria than the CNN folks, at least to look at the contents of these two splash pages.

However, that is a surface assessment based on looking only at the surface, though to be sure, that is as far as many people will ever look.

The American news media knows this, too. If you are able to see these lede photos on Fox, just try following the headline links for more information about Putin “feeding his troops into a wood-chipper.” I looked a fair distance into the link and did not find anything even about this statement, let alone any information that suggests that the claim is actually verifiable, true and valid.

I have said it before and I will say it again: no one does propaganda as well as the American media, even now, with it being utterly pathetically presented.

What is the real situation?

Honestly, the policy of the Russian military forces has been to maintain silence through the course of the war. Occasionally a clip or a piece of information is released through the Ministry of Defense or publications like Sputnik News or TASS or Interfax. The reports are usually rather terse, but thankfully absent of the sort of sensationalist propaganda that is being deeply employed by the Ukrainians and the Western media.

And, in Russia, at present (I live in Moscow and have contacts across the country), there is apparently increasing optimism about the fate of Russia itself, and by extension, the fate of the ongoing military effort, though, again, this is not to say that the Russian people feel any rancor towards their Ukrainian brothers and sisters. I do not know anyone in my circles who feels bitterness or hatred for the Ukrainians, but President Zelensky is beginning to be seen as a laughingstock. That came up in a conversation I had with friends while walking to the Moscow Metro together.

It does seem more and more clear that there is a lot of rancor against NATO, the US, and insofar as the Ukrainian government has acted as a mouthpiece and a policy arm of the West and, frankly, Godless Western values such as sexual / gender diversity, LGBT, drug legalization and even the bizarre excitation of neo-Nazi ultranationalist groups in Ukraine like the Azov Brigade.

In Moscow today, while driving home, I saw this in front of me:

I was reminded of the yellow ribbons we tied to our cars and made into signs to support our American troops during the Gulf Wars – even as unpopular as those wars were, especially the second one. “The popularity of war” is indeed a dubious concept, because it glosses over the reality of this hell we are so good at creating, but it is a necessity. This Z sign “to Victory!” was very good to see, and it was not the first such sign I have seen in the last few days.

The ruble is indeed rather stabilized, floating generally between 103 and 107 to the dollar. While this is pretty bad compared to 76:1 which was pre-war, it was 140:1 only about ten days ago, with wild, almost minute-by-minute swings. My own uninformed prediction is for a 90:1 rate by the time military operations end, and in the days to come a ruble that is far stronger than we have seen in many years. 50:1 or higher against the dollar is not impossible in the course of this year. You saw it here, first!

Why is this?

It is because Russia was already preparing to dislodge itself from the globalist teat before this challenge from Ukraine was even a topic. The war there sped up the process, but Russia has been on the butt end of the West’s aggression for twenty or thirty years in one way or another, and President Putin is very dedicated to protecting his country and its interests. Take that any way you want, but it is absurd for any world leader to think that his or her nation’s security should rest with another nation. The American interventionist foreign policy “suite” has been based precisely on such a notion.

Russia is not having it. Nor is China, and now, nor is India. These three nations comprise over forty percent of the entire mass of humanity on the planet. That is a big group of people. By contrast, the United States and Western Europe combined populations are only about 13.6% of the world’s population.

Face it, America. You are outnumbered and outgunned by these three nations. Not one of these three wants to go toe-to-toe militarily with the US, especially these days with its utterly psychologically unstable and insane government, but if the US government pushed its luck, it would certainly not stand a chance.

Face it further, America: These three countries are working their own version of the Monroe Doctrine – the Eastern Hemisphere is going to be under the purview of these three nations, and it will likely find itself under their protection.

Maybe it is best if the the US policy makers adhere to the original premise of that doctrine – or better still, worry about your own borders, and quit meddling with other lands.

Now, all these above are rhetorical points, opinion on a plate served with a hopefully interesting presentation.

However, these come as a result of observation of what is actually taking place here: An increasing sense of “the only way we can lose is to give into the West”, which is true because if Russia did so, this would not stop the “beatings”; rather, such a move would only increase their ferocity.

Russia’s economic policy moves are designed to grant it stability on its own feet as an independent civilization state, a topic Dr. Steve Turley has been developing for weeks now. His video below gives more information about this. A civilization state is autonomous – supplying its own needs, and maintaining its own economy, production facilities, food production and the like.

A civilization state CAN freely trade with outside states, but it does not RELY on them for its survival.

It is this fact that is going to create massively interesting results when the war ends. When it does, the companies that did their lemming-like exodus from Russia will want to come back and do business. Will Russia let them, and at what cost?

In the meantime, those Western companies that continue their operations even now are making out like gangbusters. I shot this video clip today:

Get woke, go broke.

Just saying… the reality is just so blatantly obvious.

And best of all, though many Americans are being conditioned to hate Russia just because… Russia. Yet the truth is far different, and I will offer speculation to this point, and let’s see what happens:

This global realignment is the best thing to happen to the United States. If the country survives the insanity of its government, that is…

If the American people take the right action to get rid of this warmongering cadre of people (and that is a big job, folks, but you might want to start with bringing good old Donald Trump back, plus all America Firsters who are real!), then the United States can emerge from this as a very powerful nation that keeps its own sovereignty and minds its own business.

A lot of us as Americans have been wanting precisely that for decades, haven’t we?

We ought to be praying for the success of Russia and her two brother partners because it will deliver our country from a burden it does not need and that most of us, I will warrant, do not even want.

The only reproach I have about this is that it should have been an alignment between Russia and the United States. We are so alike in culture, values and so many other features that it would seem to have been an easy match. However, admittedly, it didn’t go that way, and maybe there is a reason for that.

See how much bigger this is than just a war? And in this piece, we are only skipping rocks across this pond, though the aggregate of my own newspieces here on the Duran may help any interested readers go deeper, and of course the inimitable analyses of our editors Alexander Mercouris and Alex Christoforou – well, let me put it this way: you can take their analyses to the bank because they are probably among the best in the world at what they do.


The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice.

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Olivia Kroth
March 22, 2022
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Seraphim, could you please show actual videos in Russian language, because we cannot get any Russian news here in Europe. Thank you.

Olivia Kroth
Reply to  Seraphim Hanisch
March 22, 2022

Thanks! I am looking forward to hearing some more in Russian. Are you still in Moscow, Seraphim?

Reply to  Olivia Kroth
March 23, 2022

I found this site is pretty good. A lot of information and analysis in Russian:
Also good is this one:
it has daily updated very detailed map of operations.

Reply to  Olivia Kroth
March 23, 2022

I would advise using a vpn Provider like nordvpn or choose a locatiin outside of Europe and it works normally, although a bit Show due to the vpn. In Europe serbia is the best location

Olivia Kroth
March 22, 2022
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Seraphim, all Russian language RT videos and videos are blocked in France. We can still receive MIR VIDEOS in Russian on youtube, though. Could you please publish more videos by the MIR chain, please? Here is one that I found interesting: World 24 (Mir 24) 1.67 M subscribers Business suffers everywhere, especially in Europe. Russia’s trade turnover with the EU countries last year amounted to 250 billion euros. Hundreds of European companies worked in Russia, and leaving this market is a big blow for them. Judge for yourself: the legendary Swedish company IKEA, according to RBC estimates, earned 120… Read more »

Olivia Kroth
March 22, 2022
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The Russian language youtube canal
ATN: news from Belarus and the world
(356 k subscribers) reports:

“Ukrainian neo-Nazis continue to act out and kill civilians. DPR air defense systems intercepted another 2 deadly Tochka-U missiles over Makiivka.

Four and a half million people are blocked in major cities. Those who got out say that the nationalists force all men to sign up for the territorial defense under threat of being shot. The Azov militants are devastating hospitals, where they set up strongholds and ammunition depots.”

March 22, 2022

Thank you from the USA. Well said, and be assured that some of us are already in motion to restore the republican and anti-imperialist traditions of peace, friendship and economic progress which once characterized our nation.

March 22, 2022

I’m not sure what you mean by this: ‘The only reproach I have about this is that it should have been an alignment between Russia and the United States. We are so alike in culture, values and so many other features that it would seem to have been an easy match.’ It seems to me that Russia is criticizing the US and the West in general for the rise of the woke movement and determined to prevent it happening there.

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Reply to  Diana
March 23, 2022

I have lived in the US and travelled in about 23 states but I have never been to Russia apart from a stopover in Moscow airport. However, from what I know of Russia from a European perspective, I find it extremely difficult to agree with the notion that Russia and the US are “alike in culture, values and so many other features”. I am English and it makes me squirm to hear our politicians talk about Britain’s “special relationship with the US”. Well, maybe that’s true for government and corporate diplomatic and business interests, but it certainly isn’t a view… Read more »

March 26, 2022

Madinsane Albright is dead, another vacancy in “HELL FILLED” Rot in putrid!

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