The contours of an anti-Russian Pan-European Reich, which Hitler had failed to complete, are emerging from the horizon, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on January 23 on the air of the Time Will Show TV program on the Russia One channel.
Kurginyan suggested that we should recall “how fragile” the balance of power across Europe was in the late 1930s, and imagine what would have happened if Churchill and Roosevelt had not counterbalanced Pétain’s surrender. “What would have happened to all of Europe? It would have all become the Reich!” the political scientist said.
According to Kurginyan, among the reasons why such a transformation of Europe never happened was the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, “an outstanding Soviet political achievement.” Without the Pact, the political landscape prior to the war would have probably been quite different. “And then we would have had to fight against the entire consolidated Reich!” the political scientist believes.
Kurginyan stressed that there would have been no room for the Russians in that Reich; moreover, even Poland, which did not mind playing into the hands of Germany, would definitely have been swept of its population. “So, now they want to restore the Reich, but who needs Poland there? A sweeping of Poland begins. Where will Poland flee? It will flee to the Russians, on hands and knees!” the expert said.
According to the political scientist, such an act of revenge is highly possible, and a Pan-European neo-Nazi Reich can well be formed. “We feel the imminent danger,” Kurginyan warns, “I am asking, against whom it (the Reich ― Rossa Primavera News Agency) is being formed? Against the Russians, as before.”
According to the expert, this will not happen as long as moderate conservatives dominate in Europe. However, he believes that “radical forces allied with flagrantly anti-communist pseudo-democrats” pose a deadly threat. “This merger will result in fascism in Europe first, and then it will unleash a global war,” Kurginyan warns.
As for the Russians, attempts will be made, and they are made now, to tempt them with a Vlasovite sort of betrayal as a way to integrate into this emerging Reich instead of resisting it. In practice, this will end in the ultimate death of the Russians, Kurginyan believes.
In Europe today, especially in Eastern Europe, nationalist and sometimes blatantly neo-fascist attitudes are re-emerging more and more often. Manifestations of this include mass marches, where it is often hard to draw a line between moderate conservatism and blatant far-right radicalism.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency