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The Fourth Political Theory, Natella Speranskaya, Claudio Mutti

A new, multipolar Nomos der Erde liberating the world from the global prepotence of the US thalassocracy can be established only by a power or a front of powers possessing those requirements that have permitted the US to build their world hegemony: continental dimensions, demographic weight, atomic armament, technological development, cultural prestige, strong political system, will of power. In this case we can foresee the birth of a pluriversum consisting of six or seven "great spaces": China (and Japan), India, Iran, Russia, Europe, Latin-America and North America. 

The Fourth Political Theory, Natella Speranskaya, Boris Nad

Liberalism is, undoubtedly, a totalitarian ideology. It strives for global domination, and its rise is associated with the American planetary hegemony. Liberalism has not issued any "liberation" but a new enslavement of man, reducing the individual to an uprooted, atomized individual – to the "consumeristic", "economic animal". It is a totalitarian structure, the Society of planetary nomads with no identity, the most complete embodiment of the contemporary United States or the EU, and in the perspective of a single "world market". This is Hobbes' Leviathan, where everyone fights against everyone. The consequences of its triumph were just a disaster: the ecological destruction of the Earth, an unsustainable economy, depletion of resources, the growing poverty of a large part of humanity, brutal wars around the globe, the new slavery, the new colonialism, economic inequality so far unrecorded in history...



The contradictory processes of de-mythologization and re-mythologization are not unknown to ancient civilizations, in which the old myths are sometimes destroyed (demythologization) and replaced with new myths (remythologization). In other words, herein are the processes of de-mythologization and re-mythologization mutually caused and interdependent processes. They do not call into question the very basis of traditional mythical community; moreover, they are maintaining it current and alive.
Myth, namely – except in special cases of extreme degradation and secularization of tradition and culture – for us, is not a fiction of primitive people, a superstition or a misunderstanding, but a very concise expression of the highest sacred truths and principles, which are “translated” to a specific language of earthly reality, to such an extent which is practically possible. The myth is sacral truth described by popular language. Where the presumptions for its understanding are disappearing, the mythical content must be discarded to let in its place another one.


The Fourth Political Theory. An interview with Felix H. Widerstand

I discovered the Fourth Political Theory after making some research and looking for alternative political ways of organization. I understood that the concepts “left” and “right” are tricky and deceptive ways to mislead the people in order to divide them; and that there must be a real way to combat against globalism and resist the “new world order” that is being implemented by Zionist controlled West (USrael and it´s colony “EU”).
So, I discovered Third-positionism, and became a supporter of national-revolutionary movements in a multipolar geopolitical order (In the Arab countries they have Baathism, Nasserism; in Latinamerica they have Peronism, Bolivarianism; and in our countries we have Eurasianism). This is also known as "international nationalism"; against chauvinism and racism but for the preservation of all identities and of all cultures. I see Eurasianism, or the Fourth Political Theory, as a contemporary way of resistance  for those of us who live “from the Canary Islands to Vladivostok”. For resistance against the plutocratic, materialistic, economicist sytem disguised as "democracy", and against american cultural imperialism.

The Fourth Political Theory. An interview with Alexander Lloyd Curran

Contradictions and extremes exist.  In an Evolian manner one could say we need to grasp the essence of Neitsche or Mishima but also the rational, disciplined manner of Heidegger, Evola, Dugin, Alain De Benoist.  Our people otherwise have the risk of digressing upon a path where we become totally psychopathic, nihilistic, liberally tainted or anarchistic.  This is not our way.  Our way has the common enemy of Liberal doctrine:  So traditional spiritual warriors with imagination and a fighting spirit are the beginning towards the correct form towards the beings desire.  We are people of the light and any such shadows are also created by us.  They need to be watched and controlled in case they become dangerous.  The enemy is one problem and this is another.  When previous allies are blinded by self glorification or radical selfish egotistical meandering they divert down a dark road.

The multipolar world. An interview with Giacomo Guarini

 I would talk about a multipolar system rather than a bipolar one. It is clear that there are more than only one country which are emerging in the world and looking for a more fair division of power, based on multiple centres of macro-regional influence, in juxtaposition with the unipolar configuration. We can make different examples of regional and international organizations (and, above all, we can mention the BRICS group) as tangible signs of general tendency towards a new multipolar system. Assuming all that, I would say that we should not focus on the hypothesis of a single power able to challenge the global hegemon but on a whole system of emerging powers, which has to demonstrate its will to put aside both the possible rivalries existing inside the block and the strategies based on short-sided nationalistic perspectives. The role of both China and Russia in this process is fundamental, both because of their political, economic and strategic potential and because of their position which makes them the most important obstacles to the run of the US aimed at the penetration and at the control of the Eurasian landmass.

Натэлла Сперанская: Четвёртая Политическая Теория и «другая Европа»

Хайнрих Майер в книге «Карл Шмитт, Лео Штраус и Понятие политического» пишет, что миру, который пытается уклониться от различения друга и врага, Шмитт наглядно показывает неизбежность радикального Или-или, чтобы обострить «сознание чрезвычайной ситуации» и снова пробудить способность, проявляющуюся в те мгновения, «когда враг с конкретной ясностью обнаруживается как враг". Несомненно, что сегодня мы безошибочно можем назвать нашего врага по имени. Этот идеологический (и онтологический) враг – либерал, приверженец политической теории, которая одержала победу над двумя идеологиями двадцатого столетия – коммунизмом и фашизмом (национал-социализмом). С последствиями этой победы мы имеем дело сегодня. Говоря «мы», я имею в виду не какое-либо абстрактное политическое образование, но представителей евразийской геополитической традиции, или линии теллурократической геополитики (соответственно, враги определяются через причастность к талассократической геополитике). Лео Штраус, комментируя фундаментальный труд «Понятие политического», отмечает, что при всей содержащейся в нём радикальной критике либерализма, Шмитт не доводит её до конца, поскольку предпринятая им критика «разворачивается и остаётся в горизонте либерализма».



War of the Worlds

Jure Vujić's new book War of the Worlds – Euroasianism versus Atlantism ( Zagreb, Croatia )
On Thursday, December 20, 2012, the promotion of Jure Vujić's book War of the Worlds – Euroasianism versus Atlantism (with a foreword by Dr. Robert Steuckers) took place at the Cultural Information Centre in Zagreb. With the author the event was also attended by historian Toni Abramović and H.E. DSc Robert Markaryan, the Ambassador of the Russian Federation. The moderator was Petar Bujas.
To date, Jure Vujić has published the books Fragmenti geopolitičke misli (2004) and Intelektualni terorizam (2007) in Croatian and the book “ LA MODERNITÉ À L'ÉPREUVE DE L'IMAGE L'obsession visuelle de l'occident in French. This is the fourth book of the prominent Croatian political scientist and geopolitical expert.