Without exaggeration, we must admit that last week has become a turning point in the history of Europe. There were many different forecasts and expectations related to two major summits, which coincided in time: a meeting of heads of the state of the Three Seas Region (also known as the Intermarium region) in Warsaw and the G20 meeting in Hamburg.

Of course, most of the mainstream world media initially focused on the second summit. Even despite its rather banal official agenda - the problems of freedom of global trade, the fight against terrorism and the "global warming" issue. However, after the announcement of the US President's visit to Poland and his participation in the Three Seas, it became clear that the accents in the international policy agenda could change in the blink of an eye. And only in Ukraine most part of local politician analisists and media recources had found another things to pay attention for - a PR-campaign of the Attorney General Yury Lutsenko, the session of the Verkhovna Rada's regulatory committee and other trifles. In fact, the events of "regional scale". However, this is understandable - Ukraine was not represented at both summits.

Reality has surpassed the bravest expectations of international observers. Tramp's speech in Warsaw, that he made before the thousands of Poles, was a declaration of new geopolitical and ideological priorities of the world's leading state. As was noted by the influential American Wall Street Journal magazine (which sometimes was too critical to the person of the current American president): Six months into his first term of office, Mr. Trump finally offered the core of what could become a governing philosophy. It is a determined and affirmative defense of the Western tradition.

Moreover, the main points of this speech have actually become a challenge to the prevailing left-liberal ideological standard: "It was more than words. It was a polemic... Trump takes a clear stand against frivolous globalism and false multiculturalism -  a worldview that has been promoted by, for example, by Barack Obama and modern Western intellectuals."  As we see, Trump has stood up for what the left-liberal oligarchies have been trying to destroy throughout the world. And Trump's Warsaw declaration has been taken by extreme-liberals as a challenge and personal threat. 

Having considered Trump's speech more carefully we can see that apart from numerous appeals to the history and culture of Poland, most of its theses without exaggeration were a declaration of conservative values and a denial of left-liberal principles. After all, some parts of the speech were definitely sounded as a veiled challenge: "As I stand here today before this incredible crowd, this faithful nation, we can still hear those voices (voices of fighters with communism - ed. note) that echo through history. Their message is as true today as ever. The people of Poland, the people of America, and the people of Europe still cry out: We want God!These words are an unequivocal thrust towards the dominant materialistic left-liberal hegemony in the world. "While we will always welcome new citizens who share our values and love our people, our borders will always be closed to terrorism and extremism of any kind.This was Trump's answer to the "open door" migration initiatives of the EU leaders. "Finally, on both sides of the Atlantic, our citizens are confronted by yet another danger -- one firmly within our control. This danger is invisible to some but familiar to the Poles: the steady creep of government bureaucracy that drains the vitality and wealth of the people." and it was a direct and transparent hint at the dubious EU-beurocracy that stifles its own citizence by new and new absurd demands and obligations. At the end of the speech, an almost open challenges to left-liberals and Islamists was sounded: "We must work together to confront forces, whether they come from inside or out, from the South or the East, that threaten over time to undermine these values and to erase the bonds of culture, faith and tradition that make us who we are. If left unchecked, these forces will undermine our courage, sap our spirit, and weaken our will to defend ourselves and our societies." No less positively was to hear calls for the defense of faith and family from the US president: "We can have the largest economies and the most lethal weapons anywhere on Earth, but if we do not have strong families and strong values, then we will be weak and we will not survive."

In addition to such revolutionary, as for the modern West, ideological declarations, during the time of Trump's stay in the United States, a new geopolitical course for Washington was openly announced. Obviously, it wasn't accidentally that Trump's visit to Poland coincide in time with the Three Seas summit. In fact, since then, the start of the Intermarium countries integration has become a geopolitical fact. After all, Trump has unequivocally confirmed that Washington will contribute in every way to both military and economic defenses of the region's countries. Assistance in development of LNG gas terminals and creation of an independent gas transmission system will literally pull these countries out from the grip of Russian Gazprom's economic tirany. In fact, such military and economic assistance opens up a number of new opportunities, in particular, it allows local governments to distance themselves from Brussels/Berlin bureaucracy and and international scammers. 

Actually, the very notion of "Euroatlantic solidarity" is now changing its essence - after all, the leaders of Western European countries repeatedly gave reason to doubt in their readinnes to help their NATO "allies" from the countries of Central/Eastern Europe and the Baltic in the case, for example, of Russian military aggression. In fact, during last years we had been observing a process of NATO's gradual transformation into a military fiction. Indeed, European leaders have been paying much attention to the development of "peacefull dialogue" and economic cooperation with Moscow. In the ideological plane, this is combined with the propaganda of pacifism and "cultural Marxism" in a latent or open form. After all, Berlin, Paris and Brussels have been paying more attention to imposing their pernicious migration policies and "gender standards" upon the countries of East European region, threatening to recalcitrant governments with sanctions. And only with the coming of concervative forces to power in Washington, the countries of Central/Eastern Europe seems have received an unambiguous confirmation of the guarantees of their security. In addition, there are quite favorable conditions in the region's countries to undertake development of own military-industrial complex and battle-worthy armies. 

In fact, Intermarium becomes the center of alternative European (or even Euro-Atlantic) integration, which can change whole Europe and the world.

In parallel, the G20 summit in Hamburg has become a complete contrast to the Polish event. Although in Warsaw tens of thousands of Poles were welcoming Trump, in Hamburg the US president was met by a crowd of furious local communists, "antifa" and anarchists under the red flags, who were smashing and burning everything in their way as they usually do. Under the close protection of the European bureaucrats and oligarchs such as Soros, the "specter of communism" has returned to Europe again. And now it feels free both in government corridors and on the street. In addition to the depressing picture of street clashes, nothing epoch-making took place in Hamburg during these two days. It is only engaged groups, who could interest in unpromising talk about the "freedom of global commerce." 

On the other hand, two meetings within the G20 summit could be interesting for Ukraine. This was the first face-to-face meeting between Trump and Putin. Which, however, was not marked by the signing of any documents. Despite the promises of Frau Merkel to not consider the Ukrainian issue within the framework of G20 without participation of Ukrainian side, the issue has been discussed and it isn't difficult to guess the consequences. Since bothe the President P. Poroshenko and teh Foreign Minister P. Klimkin have repeatedly declared their support to the "Minsk agreements." Thus, we can expect for intensification of calls to accelerate the implementation of these agreements and compromise with the Kremlin-guided terrorist groups. 

And such result will be quite logical consequence of "brilliant work" of Ukrainian diplomacy with their reckless orientation towards the European and American left-liberal establishment, personified by Obama, Clinton, Shtanmaer, Sigmar Gabriel, Marit Schultz and other "lights of modern democracy." The whole picture had been worsened by the fact that the corrupt leaders of Ukrainian diaspora organizations (people like Askold Lozinsky and Yevgeny Cholij) publicly supported the left-liberal establishment, obviously forgetting their right-nationalistic past. And this is contrary to the opinion of the majority of American Ukrainians, who, having been supporters of traditionalist and Christian values, prefered the  the Republican candidate. Such a disappointing picture is also aggravated by the fact that by its policy of reckless support of Brussels and the left-liberal European bureaucracy, the Ukrainian elites have actually withdrew the country from the Intermarium integration processes. Thus, Ukraine has all chances to return itself a status of a military and economic "buffer" on the borders with the Russian Federation.

This situation would be a verdict for Ukraine and its independence, if not the consistent position of Ukrainian right forces who have been fighting in all fronts, from military to polithical, for the international subjectness of our state. Since the beginning of its existence, the Natsionalny Corpus political movement has been insisting on the importance of redirecting Ukraine's geopolitical course vector towards the Iintermarium countries integration. The matter of great importance in this area is to eliminate historical contradictions of the past, and the development of policy aimed at at building the military-political and military-economicties between Kyiv and Warsaw.

source Natsionalny Corpus