Opinion – Ukrainian refugees and race: An issue to watch
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It is now expected that all nations have found their religion in Ukraine. As I pointed out at the beginning of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, since the submission of Covid, we, the zombie subjects of the new world order – for the citizens that we are not – have been asked to move, in good shape, towards a new conformity, this time on Ukraine.
In other words, agree with Disneyfied, angels and demons US foreign policy, which has now completely infected the world, or face the consequences.
Countries wishing to remain neutral vis-à-vis Ukraine find themselves in a political mess. For just as corporate America cancels citizens they deem too reactionary; the US state can, and will, cancel entire countries. And, unless Russia is transformed into the sickening, sloganeering, self-righteous image of America, it will not be allowed to stand. Not in its current iteration. This is the message sent by the Biden administration, taken up by the Republican Party.
But, what do you know! Some countries have opted for political neutrality in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, choosing the classically liberal position – they oppose sanctions because they are as useless in achieving political goals as they are ruthless in their effects on the most vulnerable. . In terms of their ultimate outcome, embargoes are counterproductive. What works is high-level diplomacy.
The main countries wishing to remain politically neutral towards Russia and commercially engaged with it – while calling for a diplomatic resolution of the conflict – are Hungary, Serbia (which “wisely prohibits its citizens from fighting in conflicts abroad”), China and India. .
Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić (Image Credit: Guelland/MSC via Wikimedia)
Spurred on by puppet President Volodymyr Zelensky and his American puppeteers, these countries, especially China and India, have been threatened by the Biden administration for maintaining military and trade ties with Russia.
The concept of neutrality is an important part of Western civilization. As a scholarly tract explains, “the concept of respect for neutrals appears early in Greek history and remains an almost constant feature of classical warfare.”
By threatening to punish nations for practicing a detached political neutrality towards Ukraine and Russia, even as these neutrals call for courtesy between countries and for a diplomatic and peaceful resolution to the conflagration, what China and India have done – The Empire is working to break down, as in obliterating, the age-old and civilizing concept of political neutrality. Judging by its silence, the Stupid Party is seconding the Evil Party on the issue.
From the elephantine impact of the United States across the globe to the proverbial elephant in the room: before our eyes we see a peaceful and almost seamless integration of millions upon millions of Ukrainian refugees primarily in Poland, as well as in neighboring countries such as Romania, Slovakia and Hungary. How? ‘Or’ What? No one will say what is so plain to see.
March 14, 2022: Ukrainians board a train at Gara de Nord train station in Bucharest, capital of Romania. (Credit Image: © David de la Paz/ZUMA Press)
Those who flee and those who welcome them with open arms all belong almost exclusively to the same Slavic European racial groups, sharing similar habits, habitat and history. It is both natural and easy to welcome people like you into your midst. For their part, grateful Ukrainians are already begging their benefactors not for alms but for . . . jobs. Obviously, in homogeneous and smaller societies, the trust quotient and the sense of camaraderie between people is high.
“Social capital” is what social scientist Robert Putnam called it. Social connectedness, as in “networks of organized reciprocity and civic solidarity,” is high in these similar, smaller societies. If you doubt this assertion of reality, imagine the uproar that would have followed if three million Syrian and Libyan refugees prepared to flood Poland.