Hrišćanski fundamentalizam protiv "tržišnog terorizma"
Christian Fundamentalism against "Market Terrorism"
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Published by: Nova srpska politička misao
Keywords: christian fundamentalism; market terrorism;
Summary/Abstract: Modern society, Russian in particular, is being overtly destroyed. Its product, the new “illegal man”, who unexpectedly became authorized to introduce “market reforms” is the one who does it. The fact that the underground seized power in Russia twice in a hundred years is so bizarre. At the beginning of the 20th century it was the political underground of the Revolution which established its dictatorship in the aftermath of the October overthrow. At the end of the 20th century the “economic underground” of covert bourgeois came to power. They had long lived under the veil of party nomenclature and eventually decided to cast off the yoke of partisan and ideological duties and start living a “real life”. However, as is the case with the underground, they are normally afraid of truly principled and incorruptible authority. They consider the ideas of such an authority to be “fundamentalist”, and fight against fundamentalism, i.e. consciousness which is usually directed toward higher and lasting values, is nowadays a proclaimed international duty of liberal globalists. Their credo is the market as a self-sufficient system, which does not need state interventions or involvement of institutions which embody lofty, moral and religious ideas. We are now about to speak about how the market and religious (primarily Christian Orthodox) fundamentalism treat the values of progress and the outcome of the impending conflict between them.
- Issue Year: 16/2008
- Issue No: 01+02
- Page Range: 227-249
- Page Count: 21
- Language: Serbian