Professor Igor Panarin is a Russian intelligence analyst making dire predictions for the U.S. In 1998, he predicted the financial collapse of the U.S. economy, and its eventual breakup into multiple nation states. At the time he made these predictions, things seemed fine in the world financial markets, so it was not widely regarded outside of Russia. However, events in the last year have brought new attention to this man’s claims. The blogoshere is full of articles about this, with the full political spectrum weighing in from Infowars.com to the huffingtonpost.com. It will be just a matter of time before the mainstream media will have to report stories like this.
As I school aged child, I remember viewing film of Kruschev famously beating his shoe at the United Nations and proclaiming: “We will bury you!”. While one might be tempted to dismiss this more recent analysis as the rantings of a foreigner who does not understand us, I would not so quickly dismiss it. Panarin did correctly predict our current economic troubles.
Panarin believes that the U.S. is a financial “Titanic” that Russia needs to cut its ties to. He believes that the dollar will cease to be the world’s reserve currency, instead Russia or China will step up to be the world financial regulator. He believes a breakup of the U.S. could result in independent regions on the Pacific coast, a South dominated by Spanish speaking Mexicans, an independent Texas, and an Atlantic coast split into two separate parts. A sixth part in the North dominated by Canada is possible as well, under Panarin’s predictions. If all of this were to happen, Panarin believes Russia would retake control of Alaska as well.
This reminds me of some World War II history. The Japanese believed they would be victorious because they had a racially homogeneous society. They did not believe the Americans would stay united in a long struggle. They were wrong. At that point in our U.S. history, we had an effective melting pot, that brewed Americans regardless of their background. What scares me about Panarin’s predictions is that I am not so sure we have a melting pot anymore.
Panarin points out the relatively high number of non-citizens we have in our military. They are there, primarily to get on a fast-track for citizenship in the U.S. I served with many of these guys when I was in the armed forces, and don’t have a problem with this system. However, it makes one wonder why young, native born, Americans not willing to serve in greater numbers? Why are so many immigrants not making any effort to learn English? Why are gangs increasing in both numbers and violence against our society?
We now have spanish language broadcasting on satellite, cable, and broadcast TV. We have Spanish language radio and newspapers. The same goes for Chinese, Arabic, and other languages. It’s just that Spanish is the predominant one in our society today. Our schools are ceasing to be a melting pot, instead letting immigrant children keep their native language through dual language programs. We have an increasing problem of gangs, spread among a variety of ethnic groups. We should be alarmed that these gangs have a strong racial identity among them. It is this type of racial and ethnic division that the Russian professor is theorizing could lead to the breakup of the U.S. While willing to concede that this is a possibility, I am not ready to say it will happen.
We are on the road towards dissolution of our Republic through unconstitutional financial policies, an over-reaching foreign policy, and increasing ethnic divisions at home. It is not too late, though. These kinds of worst-case scenarios do not have to occur. Concerned citizens are starting to vote in larger numbers. It is ridiculous to expect that one man will “change” things in Washington, D.C. What we need is more involvement on a local level, which in turn will mean our voices will be heard at higher levels. That is not happening now.
Panarin sees statists and globalists dominating our government right now. Let’s show him and the rest of the world that the PEOPLE can dominate our government. That’s right, individuals like you and me. Let’s take back control of our country! Get involved on a local level to help make changes happen.
Russia Today conducted an interview with Professor Panarin, which can be accessed here.
A video of the interview can be accessed here.