PHILOSOPHICAL MIMICRY OF THE "RUSSIAN PEACE" AND REAL TASKS OF PHILOSOPHY (field notes)
Considering the current hype in the media, I decided to see what Mr. Oleksandr Dugin has to say about Russia's current actions. I can’t spend a lot of time on this between my own military duties, so I resorted to only one, sufficiently informative, 2015 interview with a journalist from Macedonia, in which Dugin openly declares Russia’s plans for the current war. From the wording and statements that can be seen even in this interview, indeed, it seems that he is the one who created the information agenda for the current Russian propagandists as an adviser to Putin.
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