“TL;DR” because this is as short as I could possibly make this article, which is not very short.


Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Who is Aleksandr Dugin?
    2.1. Satanism
    2.2. Anti-Whiteism
    2.3. Globalism
  3. What is ‘Duginism’?
    3.1. Foundations of Geopolitics summary
  4. Dugin’s fingers in every pie
  5. Alt-Right, Radix, Richard Spencer, Keith Woods, etc.
  6. Arktos Media and AltRight Corporation
  7. Lauren Southern
  8. Traditionalist Workers Party, TheRightStuff.biz
  9. European Identitarians, Generation Identity
  10. Dugin on Identitarians, French New Right, Alain de Benoist
  11. Alain de Benoist on Dugin
  12. Crypto-Communism?
  13. What’s going on with these people?

1. Introduction

The purpose of this document is to demonstrate that:

  1. Aleksandr Dugin is a satanic freak and almost certainly a spook (GRU/KGB agent).
  2. The main nationalist coalition in the West, consisting of the Alt-Right, New Right,
    and Identitarian Movement, has direct links to Aleksandr Dugin, and thus “Russian”
    foreign intelligence (which works on behalf of the same rootless globalist oligarchs
    as Western intelligence agencies).

Please bear in mind that the evidence contained in this article is by no means exhaustive. If you want to find more, you can easily uncover it.

2. Who is Aleksandr Dugin?

Aleksandr Gelyevich Dugin is a Russian political strategist with ties to some of the most powerful people in Russia: Various oligarchs, billionaires, Kremlinites, military men, and even Putin himself. This includes people such as Sergey Naryshkin (Director of the Foreign Intelligence Service), Igor Rodionov (Defence Minister), and Gennadiy Seleznyov (Chairman of the State Duma). Dugin’s father was a colonel-general of Russia’s Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU), which is essentially the Russian militaries’ KGB; a foreign-intelligence agency. GRU was originally established in the USSR by Leon Trotsky’s deputy. Dugin was born into spookdom via his father, who was an extremely high-ranking spook. The number of influential KGB agents that Dugin has collaborated with is too long to list here (see here: http://archive.vn/iOvCT).

There are a few common misconceptions about Dugin in the West, largely propagated by the lying mainstream media, but also by clueless (or subversive?) nationalists. These include claims that Dugin is…

• A Fascist.
• Nationalistic.
• Anti-imperialist.
• Anti-Liberal.
• Pro-Christian (specifically Orthodox).
• Traditionalist (capital-T Traditionalism of René Guenon and Julius Evola).
• Somehow beneficial to White nationalists within the West.

These claims are not just “slightly untrue” or an “easy mistake to make,” they are a complete polar inversion of the truth. All of the above can generally be debunked in under ten minutes via a quick web search or by reading Dugin’s own words.

Contrary to the fact that every media establishment in the West labels Dugin a “Fascist,” he is unequivocally ANTIFA. He was an early member of the Communist ‘National Bolshevik’ (NazBol) party and assisted in the party’s organization. He adores Lenin, Stalin, etc. In addition to being a Bolshevik, Dugin is wholesale anti-White and has openly advocated for “white genocide.” He is also a deranged Satanist, obsessed with Chaos Magic, Kabbalah, and Jewish Eschatology, among other things. He’s also promoted cannibalism numerous times.

All things considered, he is the last person that self-proclaimed “Anti-Semitic” and “Pro-White” Western nationalists should be associating with. Yet, he is connected to almost every single influential Alt-Right and Identitarian figure. Why? Your guess is as good as mine, but it may have something to do with this quote from his book ‘Foundations of Geopolitics:’

2.1. Satanism

There is so much incriminating evidence against Dugin that it would be impossible to include everything, but the selection below should be sufficient.

The satanic ‘chaos star’ sigil is Dugin’s official emblem. It can also be found on the Tarot deck of Aleister Crowley, of whom Dugin is a huge fan. Although Dugin claims to be a Christian, he is undoubtedly a LARPing fake convert, akin to the Sabbatean-Frankists.

2.2. Anti-Whiteism

Below is some evidence of Dugin’s anti-Whiteness. It’s important to note that Dugin uses the words White/West/European/Liberal interchangeably and that his views on race have not changed since the 1990s; he continues to publish anti-White tirades to this day.

2.3. Globalism

Dugin’s words often echo the sentiments of historic globalists, such as the ex-Prime Minister of Israel, who stated that the USSR (Eurasia) will act as the ‘word police’ for the future world government (‘United Nations’), or Kalergi, who founded the EU on behalf of the Rothschilds.

3. What is ‘Duginism’?

In brief, Duginism is Neo-Eurasianist Third Worldism. When you strip back Dugin’s many layers of psychobabble, his ideology is simply a revival of Bolshevism and the USSR (Russian imperialism), merged with later Western Marxist theories on race and gender — he is a self-proclaimed fan of Franz Boas. He combines all of this ideological nonsense with Third Worldism and the idea that the entire planet must unite in the hatred of Whites (which he poorly disguises as the hatred of “Liberalism”). You could say that Duginism is simply ‘Bolshevism 2.0.’ There is little difference between his ideology and that of Trotsky, Lenin, Stalin, or Mao.

Two of Dugin’s works are key to understanding his political theories and strategies:

  1. ‘The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia’ (1997)
  2. ‘The Fourth Political Theory’ (2009).

Foundations of Geopolitics (FoG) is by far Dugin’s most important work. Dugin himself describes it as an “indispensable guide for all those who make decisions in the most important spheres of Russian political life – for politicians, entrepreneurs, economists, bankers, diplomats, analysts, political scientists, and so on.”

In FoG, Dugin outlines his ‘Neo-Eurasianist’ geopolitical strategy, which includes a multitude of instructions on how to subvert, manipulate, and conquer various countries in order to create a Eurasianist empire. He describes his ideology as “the battle for the world rule of Russians,” stating that “the maximum task is the ‘Finlandization’ of all of Europe.”

In 1998, Dugin claimed that Stalin was “an Elder Brother” and “a manifestation of Eurasianism in its communist variant” (http://archive.vn/IP9Se pg. 140). 14 years later, he claimed that he has “been struggling [to unite Soviet and Russian patriots] for 25 years” and that he is “on the side of Stalin and the Soviet Union” (http://archive.vn/oCN7s).

In 2014, Dugin published an article titled ‘Horizons of our Revolution. From Crimea to Lisbon’ via his 4PT website (http://archive.vn/xAmTj), in which he stated: “We aren’t going to limit ourselves by annexing Crimea. That for sure. […] our revolution will not stop in Western Ukraine. It must go further in Europe. […] It is the goal of full Eurasianism – Europe from Lisbon to Vladivostok. Great Eurasian Continental Empire. And we will build it. This means European Revolution will be Eurasian Revolution. This is our last horizon.”

One day after Putin came to power in 2000, Dugin published an article stating that the KGB should be “the backbone of the Eurasian Renaissance” (http://archive.vn/jljgv).

Foundations of Geopolitics was influential among Russian elites, including the military, who used it as a textbook in their Academy of the General Staff. The book was co-drafted by Colonel-General Leonid Ivashov, head of the International Department of the Russian Ministry of Defence. After writing FoG, Dugin was hired as a guest lecturer by the military, to explain his geopolitical Neo-Eurasianist theory to Russian officers and the likes. Seleznyov, a former Russian State Duma speaker and a buddy of Dugin, urged that FoG should be incorporated into the Russian school curriculum.

Most importantly, FoG is straight to the point and completely mask-off. Dugin declares his Neo-Eurasianist agenda proudly and openly. A summary of FoG is featured in section 3.1.

Fourth Political Theory (4PT), on the other hand, couldn’t be more different. You may have seen 4PT being praised by various nationalists in the West, as it was heavily shilled to Western audiences by organizations such as Arktos Media, which publishes and translates Dugin’s work for Western consumption, and other “New Right” or “Alt-Right” influencers.

4PT is not designed for Russian consumption, but to be read by hapless Western nationalists. Dugin’s aim with 4PT is to ideologically subvert nationalists in the West, making them more malleable and likely to assist (passively or actively) him in achieving the political goals he laid out in Foundations of Geopolitics. 4PT is overflowing with psychobabble, verbose gobbledygook, and complete bastardizations of various historic right-wing thinkers — particularly notable is the manner in which Dugin mutated and inverted the Traditionalist School of thought. For an idea of the sort of nonsense included in the book, chapter 13, “Gender in the Fourth Political Theory,” is devoted to arguing in favor of a-sexual transgenderism. Behind the shoddy and transparent mask of phony “Traditionalism,” nothing separates Dugin’s Fourth Political Theory from the extant ideology of the New World Order that he claims to oppose.

In summary:
FoG is Dugin’s political strategy document, in which he outlines highly detailed plans on how to create a Eurasian empire by subverting foreign nations, it was written for Eurasianists, to benefit Eurasianists. 4PT is an implementation of FoG’s political strategy, in that 4PT is a subversive book written for Westerners and disseminated in the West, to channel Western nationalism towards Eurasianist ends.

In brief:
FoG = Mask Off = Duginism-For-Me (For Eurasianists) = Influential among elites of Russia.
4PT = Mask On = Duginism-For-Thee (For the enemies/subjects of Eurasianists) = Promoted in the West by the Alt-Right, New Right, and Identitarians (specifically European Identitarians).


3.1. Foundations of Geopolitics summary

Much of the content of FoG aligns with the agendas promoted by the Alt-Right & Identitarians, this includes Pan-Europeanism and Pan-Eurasianism, Russian imperialism, pro-Islam, pro-Communism, Third Worldism, “anti-Atlanticism,” virulent anti-Americanism, and so on.

4. Dugin’s fingers in every pie

Are all of the people featured below “Duginists”? Probably not, but this compilation proves that Dugin’s influence is extensive, a fact that is wholeheartedly denied by the Alt-Right & Co.

5. Alt-Right, Radix, Richard Spencer, Keith Woods, etc.

6. Arktos Media and AltRight Corporation

7. Lauren Southern

8. Traditionalist Workers Party, TheRightStuff.biz

Note that the TWP, of which Eric Striker was a leading figure, used Dugin’s chaos sigil as their logo.

9. European Identitarians, Generation Identity

10. Dugin on Identitarians, French New Right, Alain de Benoist

11. Alain de Benoist on Dugin

12. Crypto-Communism?

Alt-Righters seem to defend it often enough. If they are Communists or “Fourth Political Theorists,” why don’t they just be honest instead of LARPing as “Third Positionists” (dime store Fascists)?

12. What’s going on with these people?

Maybe this?

Are these people being paid by Russian intelligence agencies to shill this nonsense in the West, with the intention of accelerating destabilization and collapse, or are they just useful idiots being played like puppets?

Asking them won’t result in any straight answers, since they lie through their teeth, claiming that they have no idea who Dugin is, despite having his name stamped on their websites and regurgitating rhetoric from Foundations of Geopolitics and Fourth Political Theory.

Russia certainly isn’t the “anti-globalist” savior that the Alt-Right & Co claim it to be. It’s the eastern equivalent of America.