The Turanian heritage – We are not alone

Wednesday, November 27, 2013



A documentary by Duna TV, featuring Antropologist Zsolt András Bíró, Cultural historian and Animation director Marcell Jankovics, Buryat singer-songwriter Midigma Dorzhieva and Uyghur painter Ahmed Ahat.

(hungarianambiance.com)

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Anonymous said...

The CIA’s plan for Pan-Turania to replace the USSR

www.strategic-culture.org/news/2013/11/26/the-cia-plan-for-pan-turania-to-replace-the-ussr.html

...Held for decades deep within the Central Intelligence Agency’s Top Secret Archives and Records Center was a plan, co-opted from an unnamed German Turkish expert, known as a «Turcologist», that would have seen a victorious Nazi Germany carve the Soviet Union into a group of puppet states based on Turanian nationalism. This «Pan Turania Idea» report, not declassified by the CIA until Christmas Eve of 2005, was, in fact, adopted by the CIA during the early days of the Cold War as a means to dissolve much of the USSR and replace it with a Pan-Turanian federation.

«Pan-Turanianism» was a concept originally developed by the British Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister Lord Palmerston as a way to destroy the Russian empire and replace it with Turkic and Mongol vassal states that would answer to the Ottoman sultan and ultimately, to the British crown. Pan-Turanianism influenced the «Young Turks» movement of Kemal Ataturk and was conceived, along with «pan-Arabism» that would eventually destroy the Ottoman Empire, by Wilfred Blunt, a British intelligence officer who headed the Secret Intelligence Service’s Cairo office.

The idea of a restored pan-Turan empire and a single Arab nation, or «Ummah», also influenced the Zionist movement, which saw a future for a Jewish and nationalistic «Greater Israel». The Nazi plan for pan-Turania was tempered by the realization that the Turkish nationalist had no wish to rule over a decentralized empire that would include an Arab Ummah and pockets of self-governing Christians, including Russian and Greek Orthodox.

The blueprint for pan-Turania, referred to by the German Turcologist, was written by Turkish author Halide Edip Adivar, described as the «greatest author of modern Turkey» and who advocated pan-Turania in her novel, «Yeni Turan» (The New Turan)...
The pan-Asian Turan Empire was the inspiration for the movie "Conan the Barbarian," which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger in the lead role. The pan-Turan Turks were also the role models for J.R.R. Tolkien's fearsome Orks, named after the Orkhun Valley, homeland of the Turks in Outer Mongolia. Rebiya Kadeer, the wealthy former Chinese Politburo member who is now the head of the Soros- and Gulen-backed World Uighur Conference seeking independence for China’s majority Muslim Xinjiang province, has also taken on mythic powers...
The neo-conservatives and neo-Cold Warriors of Freedom House, Soros’s Open Society Institute, the CIA’s National Endowment for Democracy have dusted off the «Pan-Turania Idea», which was kept under lock and key by the CIA for over 50 years, in an attempt to split the Russian Federation and China into a mosaic of independent statelets all committed to a pan-Turania federation with its capital in Istanbul but its true masters in Washington, London, and New York.

Anonymous said...

We Are at the End of Something -
The American Renaissance Interview with Alain de Benoist

www.counter-currents.com/2013/11/we-are-at-the-end-of-somethingthe-american-renaissance-interview/

Alain de Benoist: When one considers modernity, one must consider two meanings of the word. The first is known to everyone: It is the changes of life that come with more material wealth. But modernity is also the product of an ideology that appeared in the 17th and 18th century with the Enlightenment. It is an ideology of progress, of which the basic idea is that mankind will always be better. The future will be better than the present and the present is better than the past. For this ideology, the past has nothing to teach us. The past is a graveyard of archaic customs and irrational constraints. Instead, man must use his reason to decide by himself what he wants...
Modernity is intrinsically antagonistic to collective identities because such identities are an obstacle to the march of progress towards a unitary mankind...
Of course, modernity has a strong economic component. In Europe it was linked to the rise of the bourgeois class and its commercial and merchant values. This is the problem of capitalism. It wants to organize more markets—a world market, a planetary market—and collective identities fragment this market...
Today, everyone looks at the same films, listens to the same music, lives in the same kind of houses...I call this the ideology of sameness...
What is the solution to this problem of sameness? To see solutions we must conceive of globalization as a dialectic. The more the world is homogenized, the more there is rebellion. Thus, the impulse that homogenizes the planet creates new kinds of fragmentation, new kinds of divisions...
The solution is to work locally. I strongly believe in localism. Localism means more direct democracy, it means working to create liberated spaces...
If global capitalism is the enemy of identity, can you describe a type of economic organization that would be a friend of identity?

Economic life must not be reduced to free exchange and to commercial and market values. An economy must take social realities into consideration, and must not be free from political authority. It is perfectly possible to have an economy of social solidarity that includes a private sector, a public sector, as well as a sector for voluntary associations, such as workers’ cooperatives. The dictatorship of the financial markets must be destroyed. An economy must be based on real production and not on financial speculation. We must fight against the de-localization caused by globalization..We must also promote, to the extent possible, consumption of goods where they are produced, with an emphasis on local transport and economies of proximity. The re-localization of economies is a way to maintain collective identities and also to restore social ties and local democracy in a public space in which citizenship is expressed...
all the identities in the world have a common enemy, and this common enemy is the system that destroys identities and differences everywhere. This system is the enemy, not the Other. That is my basic credo...

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