Fenek Solère: Rising

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Rising Dr. Tom Hunter, an English professor with nationalist sympathies, arrives in St. Petersburg to address a conference of nationalists from across the white world. Russia’s globalist masters, however, will stop at nothing to smother every spark of Russian pride and self-determination. Hunter’s theories and comfortable life in the West prove scarce preparation for a plunge into an utterly alien world in which criminals, terrorists, ideologues, religious fanatics, and self-sacrificing patriots battle ferociously for the future of a nation. Is Hunter just a dilettante and revolutionary tourist, or does he have the strength and commitment to join forces with the rising Russian nation? Based on years of experience in the underworld of the Russian far Right, Fenek Solère’s is a vivid and intoxicating novel of revolutionary ideas and world-shaking action.

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• The Tbilisi Trade Accords: a delegation from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) composed of American, EU, Chinese, Islamic Federation, and Israeli representatives meet with the newly-elected Russian President following the collapse of the Eurasian Economic Community to agree to the division of Russia into four distinct economic trading areas: namely the Slavic, European Russia, lying in the Volga basin and linked to New York and Brussels; Caucasian Russia, between the Black and Caspian seas, linked to Istanbul and Baku; and the Ural and Siberian Russia, linked to Astana and Beijing;

• Ancient Lake Baikal, in eastern Siberia, the world’s largest freshwater resource, is claimed by China, which immediately begins draining its 23,000 cubic kilometres of water from Angara to supply the growing population of the Sino-Siberian hinterland;

• The Sino-Muslim Development Treaty bans Russian industrialists from the strategic Altai mountain range where the borders of Russia, China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan intersect, apportioning the land at the headwaters of the Irtysh, Orb, and the Sayan down to the Gobi to the Altaic family of nations;

• Major industrialisation begins on the Uvs, Khyargas, Drogon, and Khar watercourses.

‘If we do not link up with the rest of the White world, Siberia will be lost forever. The government has abandoned the country. There are only seven million Russians now, compared to the hundred million in China’s most northeastern province. Our people have to defend themselves. The 18th Machine Gun Artillery Division was completely over-run in Irkutsk. I have witnessed the mass movement of six hundred thousand illegals through the border. And now the Islamic Uighur separatists of Xinjiang are committing suicide bombings in markets and stabbing people on railway platforms. It is a tidal wave of human material, I tell you, flooding along the Tunguska and the Kolyma. It is a new Mongol yoke that will make the time of Ghengis Khan’s yasa look like Christmas holidays.’ His audience became anxious. ‘You know, there is a story my uncle told me about a closed lecture he attended many years ago with a functionary of the Foreign Ministry. When someone in the audience answered that capitalist imperialism was still the greatest threat to socialism, he laughed contemptuously. It is China, he shouted. To postpone dealing with the Chinese problem is especially dangerous because time is on their side, and the longer we or the West waits, the more difficult this problem will become.’

‘And we have waited far too long’, Svetlana said. ‘Business agreements between Rosneft and Sinopec are worthless. The Chinese model is the destruction of any other national element. They plunder our land east of the Lena and strip the wood from the taigas, drain the water from Lake Balkhash and siphon oil from under the Tien Shan mountains. Gone are the days when Russian and Kazakh youth shared café tables in Almaty. Now they are split into ethnic gangs. Using mercantilism, the Chinese intend to restore their Qing dynasty in Mongolia while hoovering up the Gobi Desert’s minerals. Ulan Bator is owned by Beijing. There are military skirmishes from the Kyrgyz border to Vladivostok. We either cede land or face open hostility. They already outproduce us in manufacturing using their Laogai sweatshops, and commit genetic genocide against suppressed peoples such as the Tibetans by forced intermarriage.’

‘Yes, they are not just after the zinc, nickel, tin, and precious metals. Long-legged Siberian girls are already bearing sons with Chinese faces. We fooled ourselves that our own Turkic element would outgrow their infantile belief system. While we are divided amongst Neo-Slavophiles, Eurasianists, National Communists, and ethnic nationalists, they are united by their Noble Qur’an. Our heartland stretches from Moscow to the Urals, and then to the Transbaikal. But look at the foreign faces swamping our streets. Listen to the different languages children speak in our schools. Now there is a civil war just like in France, Italy, and those other countries!’ Dimitry sounded angry. ‘We need another victory like at Kulikovo.’ Grigori cheered indignantly.

‘Our government is full of appeasers, paralysed with fear’, said Alexander through cigarette smoke. ‘Under the Soviets there were over forty-five ethnic regions. By the time of the 1989 census, more than four hundred different ethnicities were within our borders.’

‘There were plenty of signs years ago. Remember the Nord-Ost siege? Who do you think blew up the Moscow to St Petersburg train line and Domodedovo airport?’ Grigori stuttered, spilling a mouthful of cognac. Tom shrugged his shoulders. ‘The same people who set off explosives on your underground?’

‘And Madrid and Charlie Hebdo!’ Svetlana insisted.

‘No, Paris might have been others’, Grigori hinted.

‘We never recovered from the marazm’, Dimitry muttered. ‘There are too many nostalgics for the Soviet empire.’

‘He means the Breznhev sterility’, Svetlana added for Tom’s benefit.

‘No, no!’ Grigori laughed. ‘Sterility means no sperm for babies. You mean senility.’ Then, tapping a finger against the side of his head, ‘No brain power!’

‘The same result’, she smiled back sarcastically over the rim of her coffee cup.

‘But since Putin’s 2006 natalist strategy of giving maternity money to families, your birth-rate is slowly stabilising’, Tom interjected, completely misunderstanding the point his co-conspirators were making. ‘In the UK our population growth is fuelled by Third World immigrants!’

‘Russian faces in strollers is good!’ Grigori confirmed. ‘The old President even enacted anti-homosexual laws and called abortion an abomination.’

‘Don’t give him too much credit, he was a power-hungry, self-interested politician, no different from the EU bureaucrats’, insisted Alexander.

‘But at least Putin declared that Russians have a unique and very powerful genetic code’, affirmed Dimitry.

‘Interesting that it was Khodorkovsky who challenged that’, Sveta said decisively.

‘And the very reason why he was the Soros Foundation’s Man of the Year for financing the Russian Liberty and Freedom Party’, Grigori belched.

‘Another bloodsucking flea, just like Boris Berezovsky. But at least that one had the decency to hang himself.’

‘Or was hung?’ Sveta propositioned.

‘It is all about money!’ Alexander raised a glass. ‘To Sergei Yevgenevich!’ Tom looked uncertain.

‘Former Chairman of the State Duma’, Grigori explained.

‘There was a book’, Dimitry said. ‘Another Life, published many years ago by the underground. My economics colleagues used to quote at me from it… “If nothing changes you and your children will continue to scurry around in shops, wear faded clothes, wait in line for an apartment for ten years…”’

‘I’ve never read it’, Sveta breathed, ‘but like Zhirinovsky said, the Americans are clever. They knew it is better to come here with chewing gum, stockings, and McDonald’s.’

‘I didn’t read it either’, blurted Dimitry, ‘but it is irrelevant now, Khodorkovsky’s book, Man with a Rouble, outsells it. Anyway, we should all be reading Dmitry Orlov’s Five Stages of Collapse or Dugin’s Mysteries of Eurasia and Foundations of Geopolitics, and writers like Aleseev.’

‘Dimitry is right. Naishul’s book has long passed its sell-by date’, Grigori insisted. ‘Alexei was a child when that book was circulating. Khodorkovsky’s is a celebration of embezzlement. At least Orlov was born in this city. Since then, mafia capitalists have been let loose by the shock-therapy economics of Gaidar, Fyodorov, and Chubais. Then, when the American ideas they used failed, we turned to Chernomyrdin and Gerashchenko’s liberal credit system. The World Bank estimated something like forty billion dollars was made on the back of sell-offs and acquisitions by racketeers between 1991 and 1994 alone. We had a choice back then, either to join those who exploit the world economically, or oppose them. This generation lives in a world where five years ago there were more billionaires in Moscow than New York. Have you seen Tverskaya Street recently? Once, there were better clothes there than on Rodeo Drive. Italian shoes and Swiss watches are not the answer. We need our spirit back.’ His hands moved in karate chops before his face. ‘We need passionarnost!

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