The Kremlin's Strategy for World Domination

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Vladimir Putin and his generals are following a blueprint laid out by a neo-fascist political scientist to replace the United States as the world superpower.
The Kremlin is following a detailed plan to replace the United States as the world superpower. Astonishingly most American leaders do not understand this reality. Like former United States President Barack Obama, they dismiss Russia as a "regional power" attacking nations like Ukraine from a position of weakness, instead of strength. Their assessment could not be more wrong. The 2014 conquest of Crimea was actually a calculated step in Russia's strategy for world domination.

And this strategy was drawn up years in advance.

Russian President Vladimir Putin is following a blueprint laid out in a 1997 book by neo-fascist political scientist Aleksandr Dugin: The Foundations of Geopolitics (pictured). This book is required reading for every Russian military officer above the rank of colonel. Yet despite its importance, it has never been officially translated into English. Just as world leaders ignored Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf in the 1930s, they are ignoring this manifesto today. This will prove to be a tragic mistake.

Dugin glorifies Russia's czarist and Stalinist past, and espouses an ideology of "national bolshevism." This ideology fuses Russian nationalism, Bolshevik socialism, Eastern Orthodox Christianity, and a touch of mysticism.

The Foundations of Geopolitics reads like a to-do list predicting Putin's behavior in international relations. While there are still some boxes unchecked, Russia is striving to make progress toward its ultimate goal: unseating the United States as the world's lone superpower. This should not come as a surprise to anyone who truly understands Bible prophecy.

"Russia is the most dangerous and aggressive nuclear superpower in the world today," writes Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry in his booklet The Prophesied 'Prince of Russia.' "Surely that means Russia must be discussed in Bible prophecy. If you know its ancient biblical name, you can find prophecies about this nation in the Old and New Testaments."

These prophecies reveal…
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