The collapse of the West is inevitable and the study of the collapse of the Soviet Union yields many interesting lessons. But for the time being we are stuck in our current reality. A world split in two with, on one hand, a dying, delusional and weak Empire and, on the other, pretty much the rest of mankind. In this dying and unstable world, the NATO summit in Warsaw played the same role as the XXVIth Congress of the CPSU in the Soviet Union in 1981: a touching show of unity in the face of an inevitable collapse.
from The Saker:
So the much advertised NATO summit in Warsaw finally took place. It was a total success, at least if the criterion is that the outcome matched the expectations:
- Poroshenko and Nadezhda Savchenko were invited and treated like a respected guest
- Russia was condemned for her “aggressions” in Georgia, Crimea and…
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