>>453267>the ruling classes in Europe and elsewhere know full well that with the rise of all these contradictions back home it would make it extremely challenging for them to rule under the traditional bourgeois democratic means.
fascism doesn't resolve any of the contradictions, while it can be difficult and time consuming to get a proletarian revolution going to counter fascism, it's always possible to just liquidate the bourgeoisie that strives for fascism even at the last minute and replace them with bourgeois capital that doesn't want fascism, it's not the 1920s anymore, with today's means every assassination attempt against Hitler would have succeeded.
>In fact, these set of policies were tested during the run- up of second world war and we all know happened.
The Soviets went on a field trip to Berlin, playing percussive instruments ?
>Belarus Foreign Minister Vladimir Makeï met with his Russianc ounterpart Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday, after which Lavrov said the two states would reinforce their collaboration “to counter a campaign against Belarus triggered by Washington and its European allies within international organisations.” Russia flew two Tu-22M3 strategic bombers over Belarus Wednesday, one day after a NATO spokesman told the Daily Telegraph that the military alliance “stands ready to further assist our allies and maintain safety and security in the region.”
If they feel threatened enough to do saber rattling with nuclear bombers, there has to be some other reason, isn't the Nordstream2 pipeline about to go into service , maybe that's the reason for all the commotion ?