Kurginyan: Roosevelt never equated fascism with communism

01.12.2018, Moscow.

Roosevelt never equated fascism with communism, said the political scientist and leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on November 29 at the Evening with Vladimir Solovyov TV program devoted to the 1943 Tehran Conference.

Explaining the difference between Churchill’s and Roosevelt’s points of view, Kurginyan said, “Roosevelt never equated fascism with communism. His advisor, Thomas Mann, said that fascists were absolute evil. With communists we can find common ground on the basis of a common will to improve humanity. It was the last cry of liberalism still looking there with certain hopes [to improve humanity, Rossa Primavera Information Agency]. Churchill did not share any of these hopes. That’s why Roosevelt and Churchill had nothing in common.”

Kurginyan stressed that with all his imperfections, Roosevelt prevented the alliance between Hitler’s Germany and the United States. At the same time, the leader of the Essence of Time movement said that, both during the Second World War were and now, the United States and Great Britain are the closest of allies; but at the same time, the most mutually hostile of adversaries.

 “When we say ‘we be of one blood, ye and I, Churchill and Roosevelt,’ and so on, we at the same time need to understand that there is nothing closer than the United States and Great Britain, and there is nothing more dangerous and violent than the hatred between Great Britain and the United States,” Sergey Kurginyan said.

The Tehran Conference was the first place, where the leaders of the “Big Three”, Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, met during the World War II.  The Conference took place in Tehran on November 28 – December 1, 1943. During the conference, the sides agreed on the possibility of opening a second front and outlined the postwar world order.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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