I have decided to incarnate the vision I have had in mind recently – Eurasia vs. America. With the concession that Europe does not exist, and thus talking about Eurasia is moot. Therefore, North Africa is justifiably snugged into Occidental Asia. The CSTO alliance is rarely talked about, and many are unsure as to how much Russians may rely on their Turk friends from the steppes of Central Asia.
As you can see, there are two civilised regions which do not conform to this neat classification – Russia and Indochina/Malay. The former has traditionally been a dependent periphery of Europe, the latter seems to be isolationist and neutral – the recent counter-revolution in Burma has been an exemplary test for their regional solidarity.
This map is begging the question of distinction among geography, a contemporary political situation, and culture. Russia is a political unit; America – a force of destruction and rotting love. As to Occidental Asia, it answers the question: “Do those people have a commonality of history and national memory?” They are clearly different from both the Jews and the Turks, and their present obedience to America is but a cover for hatred. Turkey, of course, is an empire in the making.
My main intention has been to underline the diversity and unity of Asia in the face of the terrible American Christian aggression – alongside the total irrelevance of non-Asian lands.
The code: https://pastebin.com/JDW0dEp4.