"Russia's Western Frontier Has Become a Desert"

Another great piece from the Saker. He has an excellent point. It’s time to give up on the Ukies. They are determined to marry into the West and become the West’s newest colony. It will ruin them economically, but they don’t care. Ukraine no longer has any connection with Russia. There are no more two brother peoples. That’s all over. Time to let them go. They’re Nazis anyway. Let the Europeans have them!
He makes some excellent points about Western Ukraine. As you can see, every time Russia was invaded, the invaders came through the Western Ukraine. Since 1600, Western Ukraine was chopped off Russia by various Catholic Western powers to be used a foothold inside Russia and a base for attacking Russia.
This started around 1600 when it was conquered by the Polish-Ukrainian Commonwealth. Around this time, the Ukrainian branch of the Russian Orthodox Church split off and joined the Eastern Catholic rite, aligning themselves with Rome, the West and as we shall see, the perennial enemies and invaders of Russia. The Russians have never forgiven the Ukrainians for what they see as the heresy and treason of this schism.
Later Western, Catholic Napoleon moved into Russia via the Ukraine. Then the Austro-Hungarian Empire carved off the Western Ukraine and made it a part of that Western Catholic Empire. During WW1, the Ukrainians rounded up tens of thousands of Russians in their land and sent them to a concentration camp in Romania where many of them died.
This region and especially the Rusyn region to the south, has been the scene of many Russianizer-Russiaphobe battles since the last half of the 1800’s. One part of the population wanted to Russianize and maintain a close relationship with, or even annex themselves to, Russia and the other group saw themselves as Ukrainians and wanted to become an independent state.They spent a good part of the time from 1850-1921 persecuting each other.

In World War 2, once again, the Western Catholic invaders, this time the Germans again in the form of the Nazis, moved into Russia via the Ukraine. Many Western Ukrainians greeted them with flowers and gleefully assisted in the Jew- and Commie-killing. Their leader was a man named Bandera, who allied himself closely with the Nazis.
During WW2, there was a short-lived pro-Nazi Vichy-like regime in Western Ukraine. Bandera’s group not only killed many Jews, but they also slaughtered many Poles. The reason for this is uncertain but perhaps it was a Ukraine for Ukrainians thing. Bandera is still the hero of the Western Ukrainians who are also voracious anti-Semites. Many Western Ukrainian militias openly use Nazi memorabilia. During Western Ukrainian protests, Nazi graffiti often appears on the nearby buildings. Swastikas in particular are favored.
And with the birth of the Maidan, as we can see, once again the anti-Orthodox West has once again captured the Ukraine, installed another fanatical anti-Russian government, and had plans to use the Western Ukraine once again as a base to attack Holy Mother Russia. So you can see why Russians are alarmed, to put it mildly.

Russia’s Western Frontier Has Become a Desert

Warning: the following is not an analysis, it is a “cri du coeur” !
Looking at the photo of the three stooges oh so proud of having “prevailed” over that evil Russia I have very mixed feelings. On one that, I have a sense of immense disgust. No, not for the the Eurobureaucrats or for Poroshenko – they are true to character.
No, my disgust is directed at that sorry pseudo-ethnicity called “the Ukrainians” and which now has fractured into two mutually exclusive groups: the real “Ukrainians” – the Russians from “core Russia” (which is the real meaning of the expressions “Malorossia” or “Small Russia”) who live on Russia’s western frontier (the real meaning of the word “u-krainy“) and the pseudo-Ukrainian ex-homo sovieticus (I call them Ukies) who mutated into pseudo-Europeans and who now fancy themselves as “Europeans” just because they volunteered to become the next Anglo-Zionist colony.
These are the folks who traded a 1000-year old history for the (imaginary) prize which the capitalists have been dangling in front of their collective noses like a carrot before a donkey. Two things characterize these folks: they are phenomenally ignorant of pretty much everything, but especially of their own history, and their credulity is quite literally infinite. In other words – they are terminally stupid. As for their spiritual or cultural values, they don’t extend beyond what is shown on a typical commercial on TV.
It is at this point my thinking that I move from disgust to relief. Relief that modern Russia will not have to deal with such a morally degenerate and spiritually corrupt population.
I am Russian. My family roots go far back into the Russian middle-ages and for me each phase in Russian history – whether good or bad – has its own spiritual significance.
From the birth of Russia at the baptism of Saint Vladimir, to the heroic resistance of Saint Alexander Nevsky, to the gradual formation of a new Russia under Ivan III, to the tragic period of Ivan IV, the Stoglav, the tragic Old Rite Schism, the spiritual desert of the reign of Peter I, to the rebirth of Russia through the times of Alexander II and Alexander III and to the martyrdom and final transition form an earthly empire to a spiritual reality under the Czar-Martyr Nicholas II – each of these moments in history can only be understood through spiritual eyes and not by means of materialistic categories.
And even though modern Russia is still spiritually sick, very sick, I clearly perceive the signs of a spiritual revival, or a gradual shedding of the materialistic delusions which had been imposed upon the Russian people during the 20th century.
What some (correctly) call a “clash of civilizations” between Russia and the West is a reality. Likewise, when the Ukrainian propaganda speaks of a “civilizational choice” it is inadvertently expressing a profound spiritual truth. Russia is barely standing up, still shaking and in many ways confused, but already it is resisting the capitalist rot which is corroding the western civilization and Russia is already (correctly) perceived as a threat by the western plutocracy. If this is what a weak and still confused Russia is capable of, just imagine what it could do if it fully recovered its true spiritual and cultural identity and strength!
So this for me is a crucial question: does the slowly healing Russia really need to live under the same cultural/civilizational roof with the kind of folks which brought Iatseniuk or Poroshenko to power? I say let Europe deal with them! In fact, the Ukies and the EU richly *deserve* each other.
Yes, I know, Kiev is the cradle of the entire Russian civilization, but did Christ Himself not say:

And if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body should be cast into hell.
(Matt. 5:29).

I don’t want Russia to perish for the Ukraine, much less for for the pseudo-Ukraine I call “Banderastan”.
The Pope’s Crusaders came from the West. Napoleon’s Masons came from the West. The German and Austro-Hungarian imperialists came from the West. Then the Nazis came from the West. Now the Anglo-Zionists are coming from the West. In the past, each time the “outer-Russians” (the correct translation of “Grand Russians”) came and saved the Ukraine from these invaders and they did that a a huge cost for Russia.
But at least in the past the real Ukrainians never confused the occupier and the liberator. Nowadays this has changed. In fact, the modern “Ukrainians” think that they are feeling a deep kinship with the invader, they even identify with him. I think that Russia should stop pretending that this is not happening and that these two are “brother” nations. Okay, maybe they were brothers in the past, but now all they share is the brotherhood of Cain and Abel.
There is no continuity between Saint Vladimir and Poroshenko and what we are observing in Kiev today is what the Scripture call the “the abomination of desolation standing in the holy place“. And the Ukies like it that way. They have no use for holiness. I say let them have it!
Yes, of course, there is Novorussia which Russia cannot and will not abandon. And Crimea will forever remain part of Russia. And there are still real Russians in Kharkov, Dnepropetrovsk, Mariupol, Nikolaev, Odessa and even in Kiev. But these Russians either cannot or don’t want to fight to free their land from the current western occupier and they need to live with the consequences of this choice.
As for the rest of Russia, I hope to see it turn to the North and the East were its real future lies. Let the EU deal with Banderastan, let Banderastan deal with the EU and let them jointly enjoy their role as faithful servants of the plutocratic elite which administers the European Anglo-Zionist protectorate on behalf of the USA. Let the Ukies, the Balts and the East-Europeans all race each other to see who will get the title of “employee of the month” from Uncle Sam. Let them bask in their new-found pride to have finally become full members of the civilization of Walmart and McDonald’s.
And let them keep on digging a deep trench all along the Russian-Ukrainian border. While it is, of course, militarily useless (what in the world are the Ukie generals thinking?!) is a a fantastic symbol of what the ex-Ukraine now “EU-associated Banderastan has become”. Russian kids should be bussed in from their schools and shown this trench while their teachers explain to them what kind of people dug this trench and why.
Russia’s western frontier has become a desert. It is high time for Russia to accept this reality and act on it.

12 thoughts on “"Russia's Western Frontier Has Become a Desert"”

  1. Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko honoured Nazi sympathizer Stepan Bandera back in 2010.
    In Crimea, the Russian population outnumbers the Ukrainian population, and was given to Ukraine by Khrushchev (or Khrushchyov). My question is that when 95% of Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine in favour of Russia, why were people calling the poll illegal, and why would the Ukraine still want a land full of Russian people (not even pro-Russians, just full-blown Russians), even though they don’t even like the government? When I asked a friend of mine what she thought, she even acknowledged that she didn’t even know about Ukraine until then and that ‘it is very wrong of him [Putin] to try to force other people to join his country. It’s not right.’
    The violence began when Yanukovych refused to join the EU.

    1. The poll was said to be illegal because the US and its allies do not like the idea of this part of the Ukraine splitting off. Actually, under international law, the poll and the separation of Crimea and its voting to join Russia were all 100% legal. International law has never ruled that parts of a country may not vote to split away. As far as international law is concerned, any region can vote to break away or join another country anytime it wants to and it is 100% legal.
      Almost no country wants to split off any part of itself. That’s the nature of nation-states. Only the most civilized countries allow votes to for regions to separate and form their own countries. White people are the most civilized people on Earth. One proof of this is that only Whites allow votes to split up countries. For instance, Czechoslovakia, the UK and Canada have all allowed votes recently for parts of the country (Czech Republic/Slovakia, Wales/Scotland, Quebec) to split away.
      The USSR also allowed separation and it was a mostly White country. True, some White countries slaughter each other like the animal barbarian countries do when a region tries to split away, but the fact remains that only Whites will allow regions to split off and form a new nation. No other race or ethnic group is civilized enough to allow this.
      Putin didn’t “force” Crimea to split away. The vast majority of Crimeans simply did not want to be part of this new Nazi Ukraine and they wanted to go back and be a part of Russia like they always had been.

      1. The friend of mine said that Putin forced Crimea to split away, but it didn’t make sense for me.
        I’ve heard of Neo-Nazism in Russia also in its big cities, but I guess because Russia is so much bigger the concentration is practically void if they weren’t into so much violence. Neo-Nazism in Russia is intellectual anyway, their supporting a regime that tried to invade them once. I can see there is no need trying to persuade you to believe this, Mr. Lindsay.

        1. Russia doesn’t have a Nazi government. The Ukraine’s government is an out and out Nazi government. Yes there are Nazis in Russia, but they are not backed by the state.

  2. If that’s the case, then we should stop thinking of Ukraine as this woebegone country bullied by Russia. Well, I suppose the Slavic people do have the right to be miserable. How antisemitism still exists is beyond me, the Yehudim are so fetchingly adorably delightful to talk to (except those mainstream media ones that try to be funny).

  3. So Mr. Lindsay, I suppose that you also think that Ukraine was better off as part of the Soviet Socialist Republic?

  4. The Nazis were Catholic invaders? That’s a bit of a stretch although Hitler and Himmler were nominally Catholic. Eastern Europeans, in varying degrees, loathe and fear Russia. There’s an old Polish joke. “If you had to execute a German and a Russian, who would you shoot first? Why, the German of course. Business before pleasure.” I wonder what Putin has up his sleeve. For him this is a long, drawn out chess game where strategy dictates a temporary retreat. The break up of Ukraine is a possibility. The affinity of the Banderistas for Nazi symbols is curious considering that the real Nazis had plans to exterminate most Ukrainians. Equally curious is Polish support for the Banderistas considering that 100000 or so Poles were massacred by them in 43-44. I suppose that the enemy of my enemy is my friend.

  5. The website for the Ukrainian nationalist party ‘Svoboda’ had a June 8th article that was against Nazism, saying that ‘the whole civilized world has to open a new second front against the modern Nazism which threatens to ruin global peace and good neighborliness.’ There was also a quote from Ukrainian deputy Oleh Pankevych saying verbatim,
    ‘Today the world celebrates the 70th anniversary of allied forces landing troops’ grounding in Normandy that marked the opening of the second front against Nazi Germany. This year, Ukraine celebrates this historic date for the first time among the other anti-Hitler coalition participants who have made an outstanding contribution to the victory over Nazism.’
    But from American newspapers, I hear that the Svoboda party for antisemitism and Neo-Nazism, with statements that a lot of Ukrainian Jews are fearful of the party. Both sources are against President Putin in every way. How can there possibly be a truth in between?
    The link for the Svoboda article is below;
    http://en.svoboda.org.ua/news/comments/00011061/

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