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I'm a Eurasianist. I support the establishment of an alliance between the EU and Russia. I'm strongly opposed to Atlanticism. Britain ought to leave the EU, because Britain is too Atlanticist.
I don't support the ideology of Aleksandr Dugin, despite being a Eurasianist. Dugin is an antisemite, and he wants Russia to annex all of Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Finland. In addition, Dugin criticized Putin during the war between Russia and Georgia in 2008, because Putin rejected occupying all of Georgia. I'm opposed to Russian territorial expansion in Eastern Europe beyond Crimea. I want Crimea to remain part of Russia, but I support Ukrainian independence.  
Dugin is a National Bolshevik. Russian National Bolsheviks merge Russian nationalism, Stalinism and Russian Orthodox Christianity. My own political ideology is somewhat similar to National Bolshevism. I'm a nationalist, a socialist and an Eastern Christian. But I'm opposed to racism and anti-Semitism, I support figurehead hereditary monarchies, I don't support the abolition of private enterprise and I don't admire Stalin. I support nationalization of public utilities, oil, natural gas, mining and banks, but I support private enterprise outside those sectors. I'm strongly opposed to collectivization of agriculture.
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I dislike both National Bolshevism and Eurasianism, but I think there are interesting people among the supporters of both ideologies. For example, I like the stuff that came out of the Yuzhinsky Circle and that's where Dugin's spiritual roots lie. I've also read a bit of Limonov's work and actually enjoyed it. I have a weird respect for both men.
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I dislike both National Bolshevism and Eurasianism, but I think there are interesting people among the supporters of both ideologies. For example, I like the stuff that came out of the Yuzhinsky Circle and that's where Dugin's spiritual roots lie. I've also read a bit of Limonov's work and actually enjoyed it. I have a weird respect for both men.

Why do you dislike Eurasianism? I support Eurasianism, because I'm a Russophile German Kurd, who supports European integration. Kurdistan maintains friendly relations with Russia and I want the EU to become an ally of Russia. The EU and Russia ought to form a third geopolitical pole, which will become an equal of USA and the People's Republic of China. I want Britain to leave the EU, because Britain is a stronghold of Atlanticism. I'm strongly opposed to Atlanticism, because NATO is obsolete due to Russia no longer being ruled by a Communist regime.
I dislike Anglo-Saxon conservatism, because I'm a socialist, a Eurasianist and an anti-imperialist. My preferred form of government is a figurehead hereditary monarchy with a fully democratically elected legislative assembly.
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Why do you dislike Eurasianism? I support Eurasianism, because I'm a Russophile German Kurd, who supports European integration. Kurdistan maintains friendly relations with Russia and I want the EU to become an ally of Russia. The EU and Russia ought to form a third geopolitical pole, which will become an equal of USA and the People's Republic of China. I want Britain to leave the EU, because Britain is a stronghold of Atlanticism. I'm strongly opposed to Atlanticism, because NATO is obsolete due to Russia no longer being ruled by a Communist regime.
I dislike Anglo-Saxon conservatism, because I'm a socialist, a Eurasianist and an anti-imperialist. My preferred form of government is a figurehead hereditary monarchy with a fully democratically elected legislative assembly.
My favourite current European monarchies are the Liechtenstein monarchy, because it's the last German-speaking monarchy, and the Danish monarchy, because I grew up in South Schleswig close to the Danish border and because of the close historical ties between the Danish monarchy and the Russian monarchy, but I also like the British monarchy and the Spanish monarchy. 
My favourite current sovereign non-European monarchies are the Japanese, Thai, Cambodian and Tongan monarchies.
My favourite former monarchies are the Russian monarchy, the Ottoman Empire, the Pahlavi Iranian monarchy and the Hohenzollern German monarchy.


I see Eurasianism as contrary to Finnish, and more broadly, Uralic interests.

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I see Eurasianism as contrary to Finnish, and more broadly, Uralic interests.

I don't believe the EU being anti-Russian will help the Uralic peoples of Russia. Russia losing its Uralic regions is extremely unlikely. Russia ought to cease to oppress its Uralic ethnic minorities, if they are indeed oppressed by the Russian state. Despite being a Russophile, I don't support the crimes of Russia, and neither do I support the crimes of my own countries (Kurdistan and Germany). I want Crimea to remain part of Russia, but I'm opposed to Russian territorial expansion in Eastern Europe. I support Ukrainian independence.
Do you support Finland joining NATO? Do you support Finland remaining a member state of the EU? Do you support Finland remaining a member state of the Eurozone?
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I don't believe the EU being anti-Russian will help the Uralic peoples of Russia. Russia losing its Uralic regions is extremely unlikely. Russia ought to cease to oppress its Uralic ethnic minorities, if they are indeed oppressed by the Russian state. Despite being a Russophile, I don't support the crimes of Russia, and neither do I support the crimes of my own countries (Kurdistan and Germany). I want Crimea to remain part of Russia, but I'm opposed to Russian territorial expansion in Eastern Europe. I support Ukrainian independence.
Do you support Finland joining NATO? Do you support Finland remaining a member state of the EU? Do you support Finland remaining a member state of the Eurozone?


I'm skeptical about NATO and I don't support the EU. I support Intermarium. The idea is currently gaining support in countries like Poland and Ukraine. Ideally, Intermarium should be an alliance of states that are both traditionalistic and futuristic.

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