Throughout all stages of the existence of the Russian state, its key drivers have been internal repression and external expansion, often combined with the genocide of the peoples who stood up against Russian invasion.
Russia is an artificially created country with an artificial people inhabiting it: the so-called Russians, who claim to be part of the Slavic ethnic group, are an amalgamation of different peoples living on the territory of the “Russian Plain” and for centuries, who under the conditions of war, repression and hardship have mixed with one another.
The centuries-old practice of internal terror, war, and arbitrariness against the background of the relative weakness of the central government, has made the Russian people perceive violence and devastation as a routine phenomenon that has accompanied the genesis of Russian society from time immemorial.
Violence is the engine of Russian territorial expansion, asa result of which the Kremlin once controlled one-sixth of the planet’s land area. Territorial gains were accompanied by the genocide of indigenous peoples: in the period from 1790 to 1912, some 110 aboriginal peoples were wiped out in the Russian north, being either physically exterminated or addicting them to alcohol – an especially deadly poison for paleoarctic ethnic groups.
Russian society is a victim of inhumane socio-political experiments dating back to Genghis Khan conquests which now continue in Putin’s Russia. The essence of these experiments is the same: violence, repression, totalitarian control by central government with total disregard for human rights and freedom, which are seen as a threat to Russian statehood.
These experiments have led to the degradation and stupefaction of the Russian people. The overall IQ of the Russian population is below 70. The situation is aggravated by massive alcohol abuse, which in many regions has become disastrous. Demographic decline against the background of rising migration rates, which turned into a real exodus in the spring of 2022, indicate the imminent collapse of Russian civilization.
Putin is a modern-day analogue of Hitler, who has unleashed the most massive war since 1945, accompanied by the genocide of Ukrainians on ethnic grounds. Hitler sought to achieve greatness for the German nation at the expense of exterminating other nations, which brought him to a catastrophic fall 1945. Germany’s population today is 30% composed of people representing ethnic groups, which had no right to exist according to Nazi ideology. Today, Putin has sought to restore Russia’s historical greatness by unleashing a full-scale war against Ukraine. As a consequence Russia faces an unprecedented package of sanctions, international isolation, and tactical collapse at the military front lines, which in the future will lead to riots in Russia and further impoverishment of its population.
1922 was a significant year for the Russian state. The USSR opened a new page in the history of repression, targeting own people. As a result, Russia lost those few worthy citizens raised in the Russian Empire, while the repressions led by Joseph Stalin in the 1930s stripped the country’s army and scientific circles of their best men and women, which, against the backdrop of the Nazi invasion, almost led to the total seizure of the USSR by Germans.
The notorious “Russian world” as an attempt at Russia’s cultural expansion is a miserable, primitive phenomenon, which has proved uncompetitive even compared with the cultural heritage offered by much smaller nations, such as Poland. Despite the huge funding allocated for the development of its culture sphere, Russian movie and music industries continue to copy other people’s ideas, offering nothing innovative.
The Russian economy, based on raw materials, is smaller than the Spanish economy in terms of GDP. The latest sanctions have made it hostage to China, which is already buying Russian oil for low prices and secretly leases vast territories of Siberia, which it is turning into a zone of ecological disaster.
Russian science and technology is either the West’s “second hand shop,” or a bunch of brazenly stolen ideas. The Russian government focuses on promoting Russia’s imaginary greatness, based on the country’s size in terms of territory; but size doesn’t always equal quality. For example, Russia has never produced cars that could come anywhere close to foreign competitors, while Russia’s defence products derive primarily from German R&D appropriated in 1945, and developed by German specialists deported to the USSR en masse.
Russia’s foreign policy is based on blackmail and lies, diligently pursued by the Kremlin and practically turned into a cult. Centuries of internal terror and repression have left the Kremlin unable to adapt to any other ideology or management style.
Putin’s Russia at its core, is all about decline, degradation, and moral decay. The war unleashed against Ukraine has highlighted these trends, and forced them to the surface. Russia is a civilizational disease, the epitomeme of evil, manifesting violence as the driving force of its very existence. Offering the West its hyrdocarbons, the Kremlin mixes them with threats in order to achieve its goals.
The prospects for Russia’s further development remain gloomy and uncertain. They constitute an attempt to revisit the Soviet totalitarian past and have no chance of being realised in the current geopolitical environment. Russian aggression in Ukraine has provoked fierce resistance from the country’s Armed Forces, and international outrage. Against this backdrop, Putin has driven himself into a dead corner and has no way to retreat without losing face.
Putin has finally turned Russia into a decayed rotten branch of civilization. Zombifying the Russians with claims that everything is just fine in Russia, Putin’s criminal regime is mired in corruption and a series of territorial seizures, absolutely outrageous by the standards of the 21st century. Russia is now a synonym for a nation of shame. The whole world associates the country with the concepts of inhuman violence and evil that must be eradicated for civilisation to prevail on Earth.
A centuries-old “negative selection” has created today’s Russian society that supports war and extermination of Ukrainians. The average “Russian” is a product of rabid propaganda and a totalitarian government system that has moulded a society devoid of critical thinking.