Robert Stark interviews Aleksandr Dugin

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Aleksandr Dugin is one of the best-known writers and political commentators in post-Soviet Russia. In addition to the many books he has authored on political, philosophical and spiritual topics, he was the Head of the Department of Sociology of International Relations at Moscow State University.

Topics include:

How Dugin was a political dissident during the Soviet Era
How Dugin rejected both Communism and Western Liberalism
How Dugin’s core values were based on traditional Czarist Russian society
The Yeltsin Era and the import of liberalism into Russia
Why Dugin supported Putin as neither a communist nor a liberal
Dugin’s view that the United States represents Carthage, a mercantile money based empire while Russia represents a Third Rome
How both nations back each other’s political dissidents in ideological proxy wars
How the key confrontation is not between Russia and the United States but between a globalist oligarchical elite against tradition and populism
Dugin’s book The Fourth Political Theory
How Liberalism represents radical individualism, materialism, linear time, and the absence of the sacred
How radical individualism denies the individual the right to participate in a collective identity
How the end result of liberalism is totalitarianism
How Fascism and Communism emerged as a reaction to Liberalism but were flawed in their own right
Western Cultural Imperialism
The right of every group to have it’s own identity but not to impose theirs on others
How mass immigration is a strategy of the globalist elite to destroy societies
Why Dugin views Nationalism as a modern concept
Dugin’s statement on Donald Trump and the US election
Dugin’s view that Donald Trump  is closest to the values of the American populace of any major candidate

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