The perverted post-modernist liberal idea is drawing the world to Nazism, the leader of the Essence of Time social political movement Sergey Kurginyan said on February 1 on the air of the Evening with Vladimir Solovyov TV program at the Russia One channel.
Sergey Kurginyan recalled the ethical position of Adam Smith, one of the founders of economic theory.
“There is the Adam Smith who certain liberals discuss, and there is the actual Adam Smith with his texts, who used to say that the economy would be no good without the idea of compassion and justice. And there would have been no Marx had Adam Smith not said this. Therefore, we know very well what it is,” the program’s guest said.
The political scientist highlighted the state of the contemporary world, in which humanistic ethical ideas about the world, society, and humanity have been abandoned.
“There are conservatives, and there are liberals. There are these two forces. The world is simple. Every time the conservatives speak, they say ‘let us remove the blacks, let us return to the tradition, deeper into the tradition;’ when liberals speak, they talk about social justice, some sort of development, and other things. Everything has become mixed, because this functioning of the development, tradition, and progress has all been broken. This is a completely different world. In this world, all these oxymorons and unclear words are possible,” Sergey Kurginyan explained.
Sergey Kurginyan recalled the role that the Western neo-liberals played in the fate of the post-war Europe.
“First, they destroyed strong conventional left-wing movements, because they feared the communists. Then they perverted all this using Trotskyism, turning it into a mess. And they created the idiotic post-modernist filth. Europe has finally become sick of this filth. Whom is it being given to? To the Nazis. And they see what Bandera Ukraine is. They say, ‘Nice work!’ This means that they are shaping the beast with their helplessness,” the leader of the movement stressed.
According to the expert, the road to Nazism passes through, among other things, perversions of the concept of freedom.
“Freedom exists as human freedom and as freedom to not be human. Neoliberalism says that the limits of freedom, i.e. humanity and humanism, are disappearing. Where shall we go afterwards? Into the state of the beast. What will return? Nazism. This is what they are doing,” Sergey Kurginyan believes.
A rise of right-wing sentiments has been recently observed in European countries, including Germany and Italy, especially after the migration crisis caused by authorities’ extremely short-sighted and unpopular liberal policy.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency