Monday, September 01, 2008

"New Russian world order: the five principles"

I really think you should read this dystopic scenario, "The Five Principles" Medvedev have presented us today. Paul Reinolds (BBC news summs up the challenge western countries are facing regarding Russia. The article also interprets the 5 principles: Everything is going to be OK as long as Russia gets what it wants. Exactly like the situation we had 65 years ago with The Third Reich.
Europe has to take the confrontation in order to avoid becoming a slave for the Putinocracy, or the Souvereign Democracy which he calls it ( another woprd for dictatorship). Wilhelm Konnander explains on his website what this really means. He even presents a paper worth reading for those who are more than mildly interested in how the Russians try to formalise their FSB oligarchi:


Blogger Vilhelm Konnander said...

Dear Eistein,

Thank you for turning attention to my humble contributions to this discourse. One caveat though: It might possibly be so that the current Russian-Georgian crisis may have been used by domestic security interests in Russia to retain previously lost political and economic power and influence from the Putin-Medvedev group. This is just one of several thougths and scenarios that are worth pursuing. The important thing now, as I see it, is not to cling on to "one truth" just because it suits one's beliefs and perceptions. A proactive western policy must be founded on as correct and sound judgement as possible at this point. Or else we might end up somewhere else than we initially intended.



Monday, September 01, 2008 6:20:00 pm  
Blogger Eistein G. said...

Dear Vilhelm.
Thank you for visiting my website. I ofcourse agree with you in your call for a more analytic approach to the widening conflict (please forgive my polemic and subjective blogger style) It is difficult to understand what's going on inside Russia regarding powerstructure. At least it is for me. Therefore I would have appreciated your comments on the situation on your blog.

Monday, September 01, 2008 10:10:00 pm  

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