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'A new multi-vector world'. What Putin was preparing for Ukraine and the West after the invasion

Occupy Ukraine to create a multipolar "right" world of Putin against the West. Why does Russia really need Kyiv? Photo: dw.com

Occupy Ukraine to create a multipolar "right" world of Putin against the West. Why does Russia really need Kyiv? Photo: dw.com

Russia really hoped to end the occupation of Ukraine in one or two days and show the international community how "a new world is being born" thanks to Vladimir Putin's "historic mission."

Proof of this is the early placement on the timer of the prepared article "Offensive of Russia and the New World", which was scheduled for release at 8:00 on February 26 in RIA Novosti. The next day the article was to be published in The Guardian.

The Russian media also did not expect that Kyiv would not be taken, and forgot to remove the article from the timer.

By "resolving the Ukrainian question," Russia wanted to show the world its response to Vladimir Putin's claims about a unipolar world, as he said 15 years ago in his Munich speech.

By occupying Ukraine, the Kremlin believes, Russia is creating a proper multipolar world. The article, which is completely riddled with the Kremlin's obsessive historical lies, which President Putin likes to saturate with his speeches, explains the key ideologues of the 'new world'.

As is clear from the article, the Kremlin openly admits that Russia has always planned to occupy Kyiv, and the Western world simply has to come to terms with this Putin's idée fixe. As for the 'final solution of the Ukrainian question' — it is generally reminiscent of Hitler's obsessions to restore world order, spifficating with the Jews during World War II.

The page provides an opportunity to read an article where Kremlin propaganda explains the real goals of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, rather than protecting civilians in the DPR and LPR, as previously stated in the Kremlin.

The recreation of Russia and the new world

A new world is being born. Russia's military operation in Ukraine has ushered a new era in three dimensions at the same time. And of course, in a fourth, internal Russian dimension. Here begins a new chapter both in our ideology and in the very model of our socio-economic system — but this is worth coming back to separately a little later.

Russia is restoring its unity. The tragedy of 1991, the terrible catastrophe in our history, it's unnatural dislocation, have all been overcome. Yes, at a great cost, indeed, through the tragic events of what is practically a civil war, because now brothers, divided between the Russian and Ukrainian armies, are still shooting at each other. But there will be no more Ukraine as an anti-Russia. Russia is restoring its historical fullness, uniting the Russian world and the Russian people together in its entirety of Great Russians, Belarusians, and Little Russians (‘malorosy’). If we had abandoned this, if we would have allowed this temporary division to take hold for centuries, then we would not only have betrayed the memory of our ancestors, but would have also been cursed by our descendants for allowing the disintegration of Russian lands.

Vladimir Putin, with no exaggeration, has taken upon himself a historic responsibility by deciding not to leave the solution of the Ukrainian question to future generations.

After all, the need to solve it would always remain Russia’s main problem, for two key reasons. And the issue of national security (that is, the creation of anti-Russia from Ukraine and an outpost for the West to put pressure on us) is only the second-most important among them.

The first would always be our suffering from the complex of a divided nation, the complex of national humiliation when the Russian house first lost part of its foundation (Kiev), and then was forced to come to terms with the existence of two states, not one, but two nations. That is, either to abandon their history, agreeing with the insane versions that 'only Ukraine is the real Rus', or to gnash one's teeth helplessly, remembering the times when "we lost Ukraine." Returning Ukraine, that is, turning it back to Russia, would have become more and more difficult with every decade — as recoding, the de-Russification of Russians, and inciting of Ukrainian Little Russians (‘malorosy’) against Russians would have gained momentum. And in the event of the consolidation of the full geopolitical and military control of the West over Ukraine, its return to Russia would have become completely impossible — Russia would have had to fight for it with the North Atlantic bloc.

Now this problem is gone — Ukraine has returned to Russia. This does not mean that its statehood will be liquidated, but it will be reorganized, re-established and returned to its natural state of part of the Russian world. Within what boundaries, and in what form will the alliance with Russia be consolidated (through the CSTO and the Eurasian Union or the Union State of Russia and Belarus)? This will be decided after the end is put in the history of Ukraine as anti-Russia. In any case, the period of the split of the Russian people is coming to an end.

And here begins the second dimension of the upcoming new era, as it concerns Russia's relations with the West. Not even just with Russia, but the Russian world, that is, three states, Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine, acting in geopolitical terms as a single whole. These relations have entered a new stage — the West will see the return of Russia to its historical borders in Europe. And the West is loudly indignant at this, although deep down it must admit to itself that it could not be otherwise.

Was it really a thing in European capitals, in Paris and Berlin, to seriously think that Moscow would abandon Kyiv? That the Russians would be an eternally divided people? Did it happen at the same time that Europe came into existence, when the German and French elites seized control of European integration from the Anglo-Saxons and assembled a united Europe? Forgetting that the unification of Europe became possible only thanks to the unification of Germany, which took place according to the good Russian (albeit not very smart) will. To swipe away Russian lands after that is the height of not just ingratitude, but geopolitical stupidity. The West as a whole, and even more so Europe in the election, did not have the strength to keep its sphere of influence, much less to take Ukraine for itself. One would have to be a geopolitical fool not to have understood this.

More precisely, there was only one option for them: to make a bet for a limited collapse of Russia, that is, of the Russian Federation. But the fact that it did not work should have been clear twenty years ago. Russia is back.

Now the West is trying to punish Russia for the fact that it has returned, for not justifying the West’s plans to live at Russia’s expense, for not allowing the expansion of the western space to the east. It is eager to tell us that relationships are important. But this has not been the case for a long time — the world has changed, and this is confirmed not only by Europeans, but also by the Anglo-Saxons who rule the West. No amount of Western pressure on Russia will lead to anything. There will be losses from sublimation confrontation on both sides, but Russia is ready for them morally and geopolitically. But for the West itself, an increase in the degree of confrontation incurs huge costs — and the main ones are not at all economic.

Europe, as part of the West, wanted autonomy — the German project of European integration does not matter while the Anglo-Saxon ideological, military, and geopolitical control over the Old World is maintained. Yes, and it cannot be successful, because the Anglo-Saxons need a controlled Europe. But there are autonomies that are necessary in Europe for other reasons as well, such as when natural responses shift to self-isolation (as a result of increasing indicators and contradictions) or focus on the Pacific region, where the geopolitical center of gravity is shifting.

But the confrontation with Russia, into which the Anglo-Saxons are dragging Europe, deprives the Europeans of even the chance of independence, not to mention the fact that they are trying to force on Europe a break with China in the same way. If now the Atlanticists are happy that the "Russian threat" will unite the Western bloc, then in Berlin and Paris they cannot fail to understand that, having lost hope for autonomy, the European project will simply collapse in the medium term. That is why independent-minded Europeans are now completely uninterested in building a new iron curtain on their eastern borders — realizing that it will turn into a corral for Europe. Whose century (more precisely, half a millennium) of global leadership is over in any case — but various options for its future are still possible.

Because the construction of a new world order — and this is the third dimension of current events — is accelerating, and its contours are becoming more and more clearly visible through the spreading cover of Anglo-Saxon globalization. A multipolar world has finally become a reality — the operation in Ukraine is not capable of rallying anyone but the West against Russia. Because the rest of the world sees and understands perfectly well — this is a conflict between Russia and the West, this is a response to the geopolitical expansion of the Atlanticists, this is Russia's return of its historical space and its place in the world.

In China and India, Latin America and Africa, the Islamic world and Southeast Asia — no one believes that the West leads the world order, much less sets the rules of the game. Russia has not only challenged the West, it has shown that the era of Western global domination can be considered completely and finally over. The new world will be built by all civilizations and centers of power, naturally, together with the West (united or not) — but not on its terms and not according to its rules.

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