As the Latin saying goes, De mortuis nil nisi bonum. Fair enough, and for most deceased a modest effort would probably suffice to act in the spirit of this sentiment and find something decent to say.
NATO is looking to the future.
The Western Atlanticist, mercantilist, economic-political-cultural and anti-spiritual model is historically incompatible with the fundamental principles and archetypes of Serbian identity and its Byzantine and Eurasian heritage.
Wright Mills in his book "The Power Elite" (1956), indicates that the key to understanding the American concern would be in the over-organization of their society.
The silk road is of importance to the continental powers to control anti-social activities with wise diplomacy and good military strength combined with economic power generated purposefully.
Cultural Marxism is first and foremost a neologism that its actual practitioners never ever use as a self-description and always scurry away from.
The word imperialism, meaning the tendency of a State to expand in a wide geographic space and to impose its political, military and economical dominion, is a relatively recent neologism. In 1920 Lenin noted that since a pair of decades, in the historical period started with the Hispano-American war (1898) and the Anglo-Boer war (1899-1902), “in the economical and political terminology of the old and the new world appear[ed] day by day more frequently the term imperialism”1 and quoted as an example a work called Imperialism, which the British economist J. A. Hobson had published in 1902 in London and New York.
If the Yankeefication of the South is not yet complete, if there is a flicker of a memory of the better ways of the Old South still living in the hearts of Southern men and women (and we believe there is), they need to disengage from Washington, D. C., stop trying to reform and change it (for the principles its government, economy, etc).