We will never forget by Vladimir Serov (Rappoport). 1942
The anti-Soviet thesis that the Russian people would betray their state during the Great Patriotic War turned out to be wrong. Philosopher Timofey Sergeytsev stated this on November 9 on the Vesti FM radio broadcast.
According to the philosopher, all anti-Soviet propaganda believed that the Russian people would turn against their state as soon as they saw the advance of the German horde.
He clarified that this delusion was based on the fact that the Russian people showed disloyalty to their state in 1917 and swept it off the face of the earth.
This, the expert explained, was connected not so much with the disloyalty of the Russian people to the state, as with the disintegration of this state from within. He believes that the Russian Empire actually self-destructed.
But by the time the Great Patriotic War began, the philosopher added, the Russian people had already built the basis of their own people’s state, to which the people were loyal. Because it was their own state, it belonged to them.
“It turned out that we also have an understanding of who we are, why we are here, what we are doing here and why we need our state. Therefore, the anti-Soviet thesis turned out to be completely wrong,” Sergeytsev concluded.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency