Besides, deal or no deal, or BREXIT or no BREXIT, had already been decided shortly after the surprise pro-BREXIT public vote on 23 June 2016. And it is clear, not the EU and not the British elite want BREXIT. [—] Now, these behind-the-curtain elites are doing everything to appear keeping ‘democracy’ alive, respecting the vote, but finding any means to circumvent the action linked to the vote – namely BREXIT. The circus has lasted for over three years – and still no definitive decision is made. [—] This has all been plotted shortly after the surprise ballot by a small elite that keeps a firm handle on the British Parliament – and of course on the PM.
Moscow Rus’ is torn apart between gathering the territories, isolationism, Western pressure, and an attempt to turn East. Ukrainian Rus’ and Belarusian Rus’ are turning into the frontier oscillating between different civilizations and even into the real war frontier as it happened in Donbas. Lately the ideology of unified Russian people consisting of Belarusians, Russians, and Ukrainians is losing its popularity. A new Russian identity should deal with this new reality about three Russian states and three Russian political nations. Controversies among them can only be overcome when they have a common goal, that is perceiving themselves as one civilisation. Ukraine is not lost as long as Belarus stays with Russia. In case Belarus is weakened and falls into the situation similar to present-time Ukraine, the Russian civilisation will be shaken and the existence of Russia itself will be put in question.
Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative about all-Russian nation and Russian world / civilization. The "all-Russian nation" is an imperial Russian and Russian irredentist ideology that is a favoured pro-Kremlin narrative aimed at weakening the national identity of Belarusians and Ukrainians, as well as their sovereignty. Ukraine and Belarus are well-defined nation-states with a long history; both nations preserved language, literature and identity, despite foreign rule for long periods. Other examples of pro-Kremlin disinformation outlets' attempts to question the Ukrainian and Belarusian nations can be seen here, here and here.