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The outcome of the Political Conference of the Movement EURASIA (March 1, 2002)

On March 1, 2002 the enlarged Political Council of the Pan-Russian Political Social Movement EURASIA was held; the Council voted the transformation of the Movement in the Party EURASIA. The Constituent Congress of the Party EURASIA will be held on May 30 this year.

From the address of the leader of the movement EURASIA Aleksandr Dugin:
«The path the West has taken is destructive for itself and for all those who are tempted to follow it. The same West must be saved. Its civilization is spiritually empty, false and monstrous. Behind economic prosperity there is a total spiritual degradation. We do not need prosperity at the price of losing our human face. The originality of Russia, its difference from both West and East, is a positive value. It must be saved, developed and taken care of. We, as the whole world, fell sorrow for the thousand victims of the attacks of September 11 in New York. And yet today we see that the US are exploiting that tragedy in order to further revive their expansionism: under the cover of the fight on terrorism, without many ceremonies, they strengthen their positions in Central Asia and penetrate into the Russian zone of influence in the Asian CIS countries. This was a heavy blow to the eurasist strategy».

With reference to the conflict between the Catholic Church and the Russian Orthodox Church, Dugin stressed that here the geopolitical sense is more complex. «Catholicism symbolizes Europe, the same way as Orthodoxy symbolizes Russia. The provoked conflict hinders the development of Russian-European relations. These relations are very relevant for eurasism. This conflict is aimed at distancing Russia from Europe through emphasizing the gap of spiritual values. Who stands to gain from this? Neither Europe, nor Russia, nor the Vatican, nor the Russian Orthodox Church. Only the US do».

In the section of the report about the position of EURASIA concerning Russian domestic policy, Aleksandr Dugin outlined three main priorities:

1. Reinforcing the strategic unity of Russia, her geopolitical homogeneity, the vertical line of authority, curtailing the influence of the oligarchic clans, supporting national economic initiative, fighting separatism, extremism, localism..

2. Eurasist federalism. Conferring the ethno-cultural formations the status of political subjects, enforcing the principles of the «rights of the peoples».

3. Eurasist economics. Autarchy of the great spaces, de-privatization of the strategic sectors of the economy, subordination of the market mechanisms to the concerns of the national economy.

The eurasists support the policies of V.V. Putin. «In our eyes Putin is a supporter of an étatist power policy, a patriot strengthening the vertical line of authority, an Orthodox Christian, true to the Russian spiritual roots but loyal to the other eurasian traditional confessions. Putin is for us the one who saves the country from separatism and disruption, and encourages the integration process within the frameworks of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) and the CIS; one of the pioneers of the creation of the EEU».

Speaking about the outlook for the construction of the Party, Dugin said that today the eurasist idea
is shared and supported by the majority of the Russian citizens.

«According to a sociological survey 100% of the representatives of the humanist intelligentsia acknowledges eurasism as a philosophy of ideology and a political phenomenon. Approximately 50% of them either identify themselves with eurasism, or sympathize with it. From the remaining 50%, half of them considers it as an interesting yet disputable phenomenon, the other half has a negative attitude. The numbers are exciting».

Great success of eurasism in the CIS countries. Eurasist movements, now on the verge of joining the party EURASIA, exist in Kazakhstan, Armenia, Ukraine, Belarus, Tadjikistan and Georgia. The party EURASIA is officially registered in Latvia. Eurasist currents exist also in England, in Italy, in Israel, in Pakistan and in Austria, and are preparing for registration in other European countries.

In his address to the participants to the Political Council, the Supreme Mufti of the Muslims of Russia and the European countries of the CIS, Sheikh-ul-Islam Talgat Tadzhuddin, said: «After a long period of close collaboration, we have been convinced that together we are able to do a lot for the sake of strengthening the state power in the difficult issue of the harmonic development of inter-ethnic and inter-confessional relations. We fully support the transformation of the Movement in the Russian political party EURASIA.

However, according to the Russian Law, religious organizations such as the Central Spiritual Management of the Muslims (CSMM) have not the right to take a position about enlistment in a party. In order to solve this delicate situation and to contribute in the best way to the accomplishment of the noble purposes declared by the Movement EURASIA, and also to give the Russian Muslims the chance to exert their constitutional right to the full participation in the party-political life of the Russian state, we decided that the leadership of the CSMM and the overwhelming majority of our members sharing the patriotic pro-presidential attitude of the party EURASIA can enlist as citizens of the Russian Federation, and not as religious ministers.

We hope for a kind brotherly cooperation in the name of the spiritual and moral revival and prosperity of our Great Russian Homeland».

Among the participants to the Political Council were also Sergei Alekseevich Posokhov (Adviser of the President of Republic of Belarus), Baltash Trusambaev (ambassador of Kazakhstan in Turkey), Ashot Manucharyan (former security adviser of Armenia), Enver Tokaev (leader of the Karachaev diaspora in Moscow), David Karpov (rabbi).

The conference was also attended by Yurii Vasilevich Yakutin (Minister of the Tuva government), Leonid Grigorevich Ivlev (former head of the Major Directorate for domestic policy), Yurev Mikhail Zinovevich («Yabloko» fraction at the Duma), representatives of all the embassies of the CIS countries, foreign journalists and representatives of the main Russian headings.

After the end of the sessions an enlarged press conference was held.

Original text published on EURASIA

Trans. M. Conserva

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