Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 426 The Writers’ Bloc with Tuuku Kuru on the Russo-Ukrainian WarCounter-Currents Radio
Tuuka Kuru, leader of the Sinimusta Liike political party in Finland and organizer of the Awakening series of conferences, was host Nick Jeelvy‘s guest on the latest episode of The Writers’ Bloc to discuss the Finnish perspective on the Russo-Ukrainian War, and it is now available for download and online listening.
Topics discussed include:
00:05:00 Mass immigration in Finland
00:17:00 The black and blue movement
00:20:00 Urho Kekkonen
00:36:00 Pro-Russians in the West
00:47:00 Finland, the happiest nation
00:52:00 The Russian invasion of Ukraine
00:59:00 Finland and NATO
01:13:00 The fall of America
01:25:00 What if Ukraine wins
01:30:00 Russian treatment of Eastern Europe
01:47:00 Jews and the war
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This was a great discussion. Some of my takeaways:
1 — NATO renders its members (unnaturally) dependent on US military power, and the US is in steep decline. Currently only Turkey & France have capacity for independent action, and France only because it did not return to NATO command until 2009 (De Gaulle pulled out in 1966)
2 — non-NATO country Finland, with a tiny population, has three times the artillery capability of Germany and an army of 300,000 (compared with Russia’s 500,000) — almost all Finnish men have seen military service, and many have received renewed training during this crisis
3 — the current crisis will reveal NATO to be completely ineffectual as a military force –>> the US cannot prevail against Russia in Eastern Europe and, knowing this, it will not intervene directly to save Ukraine –>> the US is an unreliable ally (would it defend the Baltic states? does it have capacity to do so?)
4 — European countries must therefore develop strong militaries of their own –>>they must band together to defend Europe against both Russia and migrant invasion
5 — it is an open question whether Europe should have a pan-European force under unified command or separate national armies that cooperate closely
6 — Europe must reach a new security agreement with Russia, even as it arms itself against Russia
7 — Russia, like the United States, is hostile to European nationalism and collective sovereignty of Europe
8 — Russian aims to “denazify” the Ukraine directly recall Soviet aims to “denazify” Finland during the 1939 Winter War
9 — even though Zelensky is a puppet of the US & globalist interests, many true nationalists hold positions of power in the Ukraine army and government –>> a Russian victory will mean certain death for many nationalists (by firing squad or otherwise) and the eradication of nationalism as an ideology, at least in the areas of Ukraine under Russian control
10 — this European nationalist perspective differs from the perspective of American nationalists, who tend to sympathize with Russia out of a reflex against their own media and government
Very useful and helpful points of view.
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