Taxim: lessons of Turkish Revolution
Conference of the Centre of Conservative Research
Moscow State University 09.07.2013 by the Presidence of professor A. Dugin
"Taxim: lessons of Turkish Revolution"
Lecture of professor Dugin. Athens, April 2013.
1. Sea and Land
2. International Order of Post-Modernity
3. Geopolitical situation of Greece
4. Russia and Eurasia in new world oreder
5. Economic crisis and liits of growth
Greeks stay in the streets for very simple reasons. After experiencing one year of “help” from EU, ECB, IMF and their own government, they strongly believe their nation is heading directly to an economic and social catastrophe of epic proportions. They see more and more old people searching for food in dustbins, hospitals and universities bending under the deduction of half of their budgets, more and more shops closed, the state in decomposition, twice as many people committing suicide compared to last year. Greek economy is experiencing its worst recession since the 2nd World War, the morale of the nation is broken. Greek society is entering rapidly a classic Weimar-type situation. Its possibility of repaying its debts has been annihilated, as a result of a program supposedly designed to achieve exactly the goal of repayment!