Kurginyan: The traitor Navalny is no revolutionary

20.02.2021, Moscow.

Navalny is a traitor to his country, but not a revolutionary, said philosopher, political scientist, and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on February 16 on the Evening with Vladimir Solovyov TV program on the Russia One channel.

“One must not confuse revolutionaries, who restore countries, sometimes using terrible methods, like Robespierre, Danton, and Lenin, with traitors to their countries, who travel in foreign army trains and want nothing,” Kurginyan said.

The political scientist reminded that during the civil war the founder of the Soviet state Vladimir Lenin waged a war against the interventionists, and he ousted them. Even before the end of the war, Lenin was thinking about the future of the state. Kurginyan stressed that in 1918, in a very hard period, at the height of the socialist-revolutionary revolt, Lenin removed people from the front, and he sent them to build the Volkhovskaya hydro-electric power station.

“Can you imagine Navalny bringing everything together, ousting a foreign army, and launching the reconstruction of the country?” the leader of Essence of Time asked. “If it were Navalny, he would say, ‘Hey, French troops, come here.’”

Kurginyan compared what Lenin’s revolutionaries did, who fought against the Entente, and what their enemies serving the occupants did. When General Denikin called the Cossack General Krasnov “a prostitute serving Germans,” Krasnov replied that Denikin was “a pimp who lives off the German prostitute,” the political scientist reminded.

The expert explained why his remote relative, the Count Ignatiev, defected to the Soviet side. The Count said that “Lenin’s side wants a state, but the other side does not want anything any more.”

The philosopher discussed the accusations against the revolutionaries of their alleged affiliation with Masonic lodges. He reminded that in the Tsarskoye Selo imperial residence was home to a Martinist chapel (belonging to an unconventional esoteric school).

“Do I need to tell you whose chapel it was in this Orthodox country in the Tsarskoye Selo and who was praying to what there?” Kurginyan asked. “The entire court were masons, everyone of them.” None of the emperor’s suite supported him, and Nicolas II himself is to blame.

Kurginyan warned patriots, “protectionists” from rudely insulting the communist values of the popular majority. The Great Patriotic War is a sacred value for the patriots. It was won by the Soviet people led by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, the leader of the Essence of Time stressed.

Martinism is a school of mystic and esoteric Christianity that appeared in France in the 18th century. In 1905, Emperor Nicolas II invited a mason, the founder of the Martinist Order Papus, to Tsarskoye Selo for advice on Russia’s domestic policy.

Papus was an advisor to the imperial family as a doctor and an occult advisor. From 1909 to 1916, journal “Isis”, an official publication of the Russian Martinists, was issued in St. Petersburg, publishing books on occultism and astrology.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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