Don't get frightened, my webpage is not hacked.
Momentarily.


I’d merely like to put something in black and white for those who can really be concerned for our Planet. For the recent long years demonstrated that politicians, busybodies and the commons have no wits enough to realise the limits of the abilities of their old attitudes. Everybody plays its role in the fields on the global chessboard.
According to the old rules.


Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya of Ukraine remarked at the UN General Assembly Emergency Special Session of this week 'If Ukraine does not survive, the United Nations will not survive, have no illusions.'
In a certain way he was right, for the Western civilization reached the end of the Earth: there’s no new room for its further extension. If it was not obvious in the last centuries it revealed in the last fifty years.

The main point is that the global institutions of the international law became the instrument of an aggressive Westerner way of thinking and in lack of their independence they cannot serve common interest of our Planet when clashing of our civilizations.
(It’s based on the fact that in the so called democratic Western countries political parties can capture the institutions of their states. The phenomenon called the deep-state.)


I don’t want to delve to the roots of the Ukrainian crisis, but I mention: Westerners who are crying wolf now, remained silent when ICC issued its Report on Preliminary Examination Activities 2020 revealing the Ukrainian atrocities starting on the Maidan. Diplomacy knows very well: war as ‘ultima ratio’ was always the last resort of the Sovereigns to protect their hides or their interests.
The bleeding hearts must face this fact too.

We learnt at school that at the beginning of the 17th century Europe almost had died off when this principle became reality. Then a Venetian merchant-knight could persuade the high combatants to sign in Osnabrück and Münster the treaties of Westphalia. It brought peace to Europe. But the Westerner way thinking set the other parts of the world ablaze in the following centuries. This period is just closing these days.

I wonder the merchants of our days could trade with peace now?


Khrushchev’s idea about the peaceful coexistence of peoples could not work on Zbigniew Brzezinski’s chessboard.

Perhaps, we had better try a new way: the peaceful living of peoples among each other in the patchwork of Eurasia.
Starting with the Dniester – Dnieper – Don regions, next the Danube...
Rather a dream than a nightmare.


Dear Reader, don't be pusillanimous: if there is a will there is a way!
You will foot the bill even if you’ll sit on the fence, so had we not better take a few peaceful steps to stop our hot-tempered war-mongers now?

Budapest – 04-03-2022
Dr. J. Mácsay

















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