GRANews-Episode 2 Gaddafi's end

The tragic end of Muhammar Gaddafi

(special issue of GRAnews channel)

Global Revolutionary Alliance News with Natella Speranskaya (Russia) as a host "Global revolutionary approach to the Lybia occupation"  

Dissonance with Alexandre Latsa (France) "Sarkozy and his atlanticism" 

Arise! with Antonio Grego (Italy) "Berlusconi's  betrayal"

Stratagems with Leo Savin (Russia) "Arab spring as the result of the network centric war"

Dissent with Mark Sleboda (USA) "Right To Protect doctrine is criminal one"



GRANews-Episode 3. Syria - Armageddon

Episode 3. Syria - Armageddon

The Problem of Dajjal.

Natella Speranskaya: Syria - the last call and final mobilization.

Leo Savin (Stratagems): the oil factor in geopolitics of Syrian conflict.

Bernard-Henri Levy - not dead (yet).

The geopolitics and the eschatology. The symbolism of Damascus.

Tim Kirby (Offensive): the double standards of USA.

Putin's Russia stands firmly

Mark Sleboda (Dissent): the Syria in new IR world structure.


Leonid Savin Network centric strategies in the Arab spring

Military and science specialists in the U.S. have permanently adapted their forces and departments to the new conditions. Starting from aggression in Vietnam and ending with subversive activities in Latin America, Washington investigated tactical and strategic mistakes and made corresponding conclusions. But it became possible to speak of transition to the new form of conflict only after the war in Persian Gulf in 1991, when the U.S. with the help of telecommunication technologies have shown to whole world its military capabilities. Herewith the strikes were made not only to military infrastructure of Iraq, but to critical sites – communication system and energy resources, civilian objects, and in parallel the propaganda campaign was held. The model, proposed by colonel John Warden, named “the war from inside to outside” and the theory of five strategic rings, proceeded theoretical and practical justification in the following conflicts, particularly, in Yugoslavia. Thus, due to efforts of admiral Owens, Johnson and vice-admiral Sibrovski, appeared the concept of net-centric warfare, that reflected those changes, that occurred in commercial and information environment of the U.S. Having logically assumed, that these changes will necessarily affect the military sphere, the Pentagon itself began to intensively adapt information systems, armaments, and the most important, intellectual personnel of new generation warfare. Parallel to this, workers of the RAND corp. 


Antonio Grego. Gaddafi and Italy, the Treaty on Friendship

Berlusconi has made the same mistake in the eyes of the elites that control Italy, trying to create a partially independent foreign policy especially towards Russia and Libya. The climax of these relations with Libya, in addition to economic agreements, is marked by the signature of the treaty of friendship and cooperation between Italy and Libya taken place in Benghazi in 2008. This treaty provided, in addition to the settlement of the dispute about the colonial past of Italy, also favorable conditions for investments by Italian companies in Libya and the explicit renunciation of any use of force or interference in the internal affairs of both states. The treaty and other agreements were bringing huge economic benefits to the Italian economy and were a great opportunity for Italian companies in crisis, from this point of view, therefore, the war against Libya is a war against Italy too because it directly affects its economic interests and its security.

Alexander Latsa. French war on Libya

So the job is finally done, Libya is now a free country.  The tyrant who oppressed his people, who were seeking democracy and freedom, has been neutralized. The Libyans are now free and will soon have the right to choose between Coca-cola and Pepsi, Mercedes and Audi, or between McDonalds and Burger King. Basically, what they were looking for like any other people on the planet. At least this is the same story we have been told a decade ago during the war on Afghanistan. As in 1999 in Serbia, in 2001 in Afghanistan or in 2004 in Iraq, the Western military intervention was in defiance of all rules of law, justice and morality. The western crusade was once again non-religious but clearly ideological and geopolitical and its goal is clear: the destruction of all the states which are either non-aligned or do not meet western standards, especially those found guilty of maintaining close relations with the main competitors of the western domination, that is to say mostly of course China and Russia.


Personally, I blame Russian President Dmitri Medvedev for the fall of Libya and I believe he shares responsibility for all the deaths that have followed, as he broke with the longstanding Russian foreign policy tradition of upholding the UN Charter’s foundation of the inviolability of state sovereignty and abstained in an attempt to curry favor with Western powers for his domestic ‘modernization’ agenda, or as it should more correctly be called – neoliberalism. With this turnaround, Medvedev’s administration faced disagreement and opposition from Prime Minister Putin, from within the Foreign Ministry and even from Russia’s ambassador to Libya who reportedly wrote Medvedev a letter calling him ‘a traitor to the motherland’ for his selling out of Libya, before being recalled. At the point the resolution was passed, the insurrection had been quickly rolled back and contained by the Libyan Army to the Eastern city of Benghazi. Libya’s government needed one or two weeks at most to put down the rebellion and to restore law and order to the country.  A Russian veto would have stopped cold or at least stalled with political indecision NATO’s military plans. Given that time, all the deaths and destruction of Libya’s infrastructure and society could have been avoided and Quaddafi and his sons would still be alive with us today.


Mark Sleboda The Tradition and the ecology

The speech by Mark Sleboda on the Tradition and ecology in the course of the Moscow conference "Against Post-Modern World". The fisrt approach to the synthesis of the traditionalism and the Green Theory. The ecocentric approach to the World politics and the philosophy of life. The necessisty of the Deep Green Religion as the an alternative to the capitalist unhuman exploitation of the nature and the people of the planet. The union of the spiritual tradition of the past and the avanguard ecologic attitude to the living planet.

Latsa Battle for Eurasia (II)

So, after the Second World War Europe was divided into two with an Iron Curtain, the USSR was consider the major bidder for Eurasian dominion and at the same time «Promethean» movement, desperately wishing to split the Union into separate pieces, was actively supported by the CIA. American strategists were going to try out the geopolitical skills of their ideologists for real, attempting to girdle Russia with a network of buffer countries, allowing the USA to promote their own Eurasian policy. They’ve used an utmost innovative approach: they’ve organized the delusively spontaneous wave of people’s riots against existing regimes in the neighboring countries, but without usage of violent fights and via the well-arranged network of underground organizations. In order to do so, they’ve created a variety of associations and NGOs. They’ve dubbed themselves champions of democratic principles but mostly they’ve been only protecting American political interests in the countries that it recognized as unreliable and non-democratic. I.e. these are the countries that do not enter Western alliances and belong to the union of non-allied states. That strategic concept is not new; it is dated by the 80s, the height of the Cold War. Strategy developed into tremendous number of NGOs, funded by Reagan government in order to weaken Soviet influence and oppose it.

Grego A. Wikileaks, the Italy-Russia relations and the attempt of “colored revolution” in Italy

Tuesday, 14th December have been rejected the two no-confidence motions (one in the senate, or upper house, one in the chamber of deputies) against the Berlusconi government. The no-confidence motions were submitted by the two main opposition parties, but the leader of the revolt is Gianfranco Fini, speaker of the chamber and former main ally of Berlusconi. Fini, who was the co-founder of the centre-right party PdL (The People of Freedom, Italian: Il Popolo della Libertà), together with Berlusconi, and allied with Lega Nord in the government, is known for his strongly pro-American and pro-Israel views. During this summer Gianfranco Fini left the PdL and formed the new party “Future and Freedom”, accusing the premier Berlusconi of dictatorial manners and non-liberal views. From this moment in the mass media and society has unleashed an avalanche of accusations against the prime minister, charged of being against democracy and friend of dictators such as Gaddafi, Chavez and Putin. This fact has lead at no-confidence vote of few days ago, in which Fini and the opposition tried to bring the government to collapse and replace it with a ”technical government” to normalize the Italian politics.

In the Italian political system, the prime minister is not as powerful as the president in Russia or France and the opposition, at any time, if there is a defection of majority’s members (which is the case of Fini and his supporters), can decide to put him in minority and bring down the government. The opposition, in Italy, is made up of heterogeneous groups, among which there are left, center and right parties united only by their hatred for Berlusconi. A few days ago, they submitted to vote a no-confidence motion in the country’s parliament. Berlusconi bought some deputies and survived the no-confidence motion in the lower house by only three votes. But now he has a very narrow majority.

Battle for Eurasia (I)

During the last 10 years there was a tidal wave of revolutions at the post-Soviet spaces (in Central European and Central Asian countries). These revolutions — at least those of them that ended — caused the change of power and political re-orientation of the above-mentioned states. All those changes had one similar violence-excluding scenario. All of them were portrayed by mass media as democratic revolutions, led by younger people, who needed freedom and wanted to break free from pro-Soviet, semi-democratic corrupted political systems. Those «color revolutions» or «Orange revolutions» (named after revolution in Ukraine) were presented to us as a logical and complementary continuation of «velvet revolutions». This was the way Eastern European countries started to unyoke themselves from the Soviet Union. We’ll see however that these political changes were neither coincidental, nor caused by political will of opposition. Those were carefully planned geostrategic operations,which were organized and controlled from without the countries of action. 

Italy and Russia: a strong partnership

Over the last few years the relationships between Russia and Italy have achieved excellence and among European Union countries Italy is the one whit the tightest connections with Russia. As the Russian Prime Minister stated recently, “Relations between Russia and Italy are not only a matter of good personal relations between Berlusconi and I, they are based on reciprocal state interests”[1]. Indeed, even with the previous Italian governments, a fruitful and constructive collaboration was in place. The nature of these reciprocal interests is various and quite rich.

Russia Keystone of the Multipolar System

Tiberio Graziani  (geopolitical journal Eurasia)

Russia Keystone of the Multipolar System
The new multipolar system is being consolidated. The main actors are the US, China, India and Russia. While the European Union is completely absent and in hiding in the framework of indications-diktats coming from Washington and London, some South American countries, particularly Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina and Uruguay, are showing their steady willingness to actively participate in the construction of the new world order. Russia, with its central position in the Euro-Asian land mass, its vast size and its current orientation stamped on foreign policy by the Putin-Medvedev tandem, will probably be the keystone in the new planetary structure. But to achieve this epochal function, it must overcome some internal problems: first of all, those regarding the demographic question and the modernization of the country, while on the international level it must consolidate relations with China and India and establish strategic agreements with Turkey and Japan as soon as possible. Above all, it must clarify its position in the Near and Middle East.