Liberalism and Eurasianism are incompatible.
Eurasianism, however, is genuinely compatible with my own isolationist worldview. I dislike the American Empire. I would like to see a withdrawal of American military forces from Eurasia. I want us to get out of Eurasia because I want nothing to do with all of the interminable conflicts there.
This doesn’t make me a “Putin stooge.” If Putin is a former KGB agent who is nostalgic and seething with resentment over the demise of the Russian Empire, I am seething with resentment over the success and expansion of our own empire. I don’t have a romanticized view of the American Empire. I don’t think we are better off as a “superpower.” On the contrary, I am nostalgic for the White Republic of 19th century America which used to exist before Teddy Roosevelt decided to imitate Britain and take us down the road to Empire. As many warned at the time, it was sure enough the road to ruin. The headquarters of global liberal capitalism shifted from London to New York after World War II.
American imperialism is a betrayal of the republican principles this country was founded on. It is a betrayal of the founding stock of this country. It is a massive burden for the White working class. Imperialism has made us an arrogant, degenerate and domineering nation. It has made a small class of parasites at the top who run everything filthy rich. We have already lost our identity and cohesion as a nation. We are now in the final stages of losing our freedoms. We are being sucked dry and the bill is going to come due soon.
Just watch the Super Bowl half time show. It doesn’t inspire pride. It inspires disgust at what we have become and bitterness of how far we have fallen over the last century. It inspires hatred of our elites who are guiding … whatever this is.
Vladimir Putin considers the collapse of the Soviet Union to have been the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the 20th century. In our reading of history, the Spanish-American War and the rise of the monstrous American Empire in the wake of the World Wars was our Original Sin. It was a turning point in history that has led us to the perverted world we live in today.