Black International: Habsburg, Bandera, etc. Ukrainism. Chapter V

(Links to previous Chapters are available here: PrefaceIIIIII, IV)

If the EU is to transform into a new soft neo-fascist model, the formation of something that can be described as the black aristocracy is essential.

Is “Habsburg in vyshyvanka” just a phenomenon from the turn of the 20th century, or does some sort of Ukrainian-Habsburg idea continue to hover in the rotten political air of Ukraine these days?


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The Habsburg in a vyshyvanka. Ukrainism. Chapter IV

(Links to previous Chapters are available here: PrefaceIII, III)

One idea from the 1920s is still alive today: that a pan-European transition from modern  EU democracy to some kind of pan-European monarchy is possible. And in the case of such a transition, the Habsburg dynasty is without rival.


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Austria-Hungary’s contribution to Ukrainization. Ukrainism. Chapter III

(Links to previous Chapters are available here: PrefaceI, II)

It was decided to create a “Ukrainian” nation, declaring the national unity of the Ruthenians and the population of Russian Malorossiya.

The historic lands of northern Bukovina, Transcarpathia, and Eastern Galicia make up the western regions of Ukraine today. For many years prior to becoming part of Ukraine, these territories were part of the Habsburg Monarchy, later transformed into the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Let’s take a closer look at the domestic policies pursued by the Habsburgs in these lands. Perhaps this will help us better understand the processes simmering in the modern political and sociocultural space of Ukraine.


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Poland’s historical claims to Ukraine. Ukrainism. Chapter II.

(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Preface, I)

This means that after the collapse of the Soviet Union the process of liberation of the “enslaved peoples” did not stop, but entered a different, tougher phase.

To understand the essence of Poland’s territorial claims to Ukraine, it is necessary to examine the history of Polish-Ukrainian and Polish-Russian relations in detail chronologically, as well as to familiarize oneself with the main concepts of Polish foreign policy. These concepts are named after the oldest Polish royal dynasties – Piast and Jagiellon.


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Kurginyan: The construct built around Bandera destroys Ukraine as a nation and a state

28.01.2020, Moscow.

The state and the nation of Ukraine will fall apart if it continues to form and develop around a construct, said the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on January 26 on the air of the Sunday Evening with Vladimir Solovyov program on the Russia One channel.
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Prometheism runs in Brzezinski’s family

19.10.2017, Russia.

Researcher Evgeny Fursov demonstrated the ideological connections between the prominent American political scientist and statesman Zbigniew Brzezinski’s (1928-2017) family and the Polish anti-Russian doctrine of “prometheism” at the conference “Ukrainism: who constructed it and why”, a Rossa Primavera News Agency informed on October 12.
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Kurginyan: Ukrainism is a construct which has been impressed into people’s minds for centuries

12.10.2017, Russia.

Ukrainism is a construct which has been impressed into people’s minds for centuries, the leader of the Essence of Time movement, politician and political scientist Sergey Kurginyan said on October 11 at the conference “Ukrainism: Who constructed it and why”, a correspondent of the Rossa Primavera Information Agency reports.
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