Alina Lipp Interview – Part 3

Germany’s global significance

Interview with Alina Lipp (Part 3/8) from July 11, 2022

Alina Lipp: Why is Germany destroying itself now?

Germany, global significance, Pyakin, Lipp,

Valery Pyakin: Let’s go back to the Holy Roman Empire’s origin, to the reason for its creation. I can see that you’re perplexed, but it really relates to the issue. The fact is that Germany possesses a substantial potential for state forming. This potential realized itself as early as at the times of the Holy Roman Empire of the German nation, i.e. a thousand years ago. And whenever Russia and Germany were in normal relations, there was peace in Europe. Why? Because the balance between two entities capable of state formation like Russia and Germany generally led to a balance in the whole world.

So, supranational governance has always had the task of undermining this balance, as any entity that has state-forming capacity needs to be destroyed, [according to the global governance paradigm].

Hence the inability of Germany to establish an integral state. Being split into numerous minor German states, self-establishing the unified state entity was obstructed. This situation was due to the fact that, should Germany become a state subject, it might establish balance with another subject of the kind like Russia. To prevent that, the global governance attended to creation of outright conflicts between these two countries, instigating Germany to attack Russia. The same objective the global governance peruses now in Ukraine – Russians are forced to kill Russians. Though, this similarity can be drawn only with an approximation, as in the case of Germany and Russia the clash was between two powerful state entities capable of self-organization. I’m afraid I have to put it straightforwardly here. Germany has built three Reichs by now, you can’t forget that, it’s a truism and it manifests the internal culture of Germany allowing it to establish its statehood through self-organization. So, globalists had the task to make the Russians and Germans destroy each other, thus offering the global arena to another actor. That is why Germany was always pushed to attack Russia. And that is why, by the way, the Holy Roman Empire of the German nation collapsed. It was a guided process, directed by global governance which sought to intercept Germany’s statehood development and divert it from unifying in a peaceful way into a single entity to the Eastward aggression.

The challenge is as follows. The West has always been at war against Germany as a state-forming entity. Churchill – saying during the Second World War: „Great Britain is fighting not against Hitler, and not even against National Socialism, but against the spirit of the German people, against the spirit of Schiller, so that this spirit would never be reborn.“ –implied that the conceptual basis for the unification of the German people must be eliminated so that the German people were never able to confront global governance in future.

 But they failed. Stalin was against the dismemberment of Germany. His opponents had the plan to terminate Germany as an independent state and return Germany to existence in the form of, say, thirty, forty or fifty subordinated states under France, Great Britain, the United States, maybe Holland – alternatives there existed. Stalin would never allow dismemberment of Germany. There were two occupation zones, but everyone was well aware that Stalin was determined to restore German statehood. His message was: „Hitlers come and go, but Germany, the German people remain. Stalin understood this kind of issue deeply. And he understood that Germany must exist as a single state. But this was unacceptable to the globalists, and so they went through the creation of the FRG. So Stalin responded by creating the GDR. And what was the result of it? The internal destruction of the Schiller spirit took place in the FRG, their state forming inherent capability was eliminated, whereas it was well preserved and manifested itself in full in the GDR.

And if Germany still preserved the desire to survive and stand up as a state, it is the experience of the GDR, the culture that remained in its people that may help them. Yes, there was lustration there, they removed all capable administrators occupying high positions in the GDR. Well, here in Russia all the economic bosses also were removed, but Russia is getting up. Here in Russia they have cleaned everyone out of the police, the government and the science for a short period of time, but the people cannot be cleaned out. The people have the experience of existing as their own state on the basis of their national culture. It is the same as with Marxism that was introduced externally, and which eventually led to the collapse of the Soviet Union and the GDR – it gradually went off by itself, fell down like autumn leaves, because new ones were to grow. The same with the statehood:  this state culture of an entity that is capable of restituting a unified state of Germany has survived in the form of the GDR. And this is largely reflected in the cultural difference existing between East Germany and West Germany.

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