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United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s refusal to call Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud a killer indicates that the United States has abandoned morality in politics, political scientist and leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on the Evening with Vladimir Solovyov program on the Russia One TV channel on March 28.
“Everyone tries to pass off their sometimes very pragmatic position as a moral one. Do you understand that when they want to pass off their pragmatic position as a moral one, morality functions in a strange way?” said the political scientist to his opponents, who tried to justify Blinken’s words by pragmatism and an established policy of “double standards.”
In the case of the new head of the US State Department, something else is being revealed, Kurginyan is convinced – it is a complete rejection of morality in politics.
“When you finally say, ‘To hell with it, we do not want it, and we do not have any moral position, but only our interest’ – hell on earth will begin, simply hell!” he described the results of this choice.
US politics has never so completely abandoned morality, although its gangster character is clear to many, the expert notes.
“While the USA lived and tried to dictate some line of action to others, it never behaved this way. It is one thing to try to pass your position off as moral and as the higher interests of humanity and morality, and another thing is to say, ‘I don’t give a damn about all this!’” the political scientist noted.
In Kurginyan’s opinion, all this indicates the approaching “end times,“ “What Blinken is doing is the end times. That’s it – now one can do whatever he wants.”
To the experts who justify the double-standard policy as commonplace and acceptable, Kurginyan advised to implement the double- or triple-standard policy in one’s family and with friends.
“Oh, you can’t do it there! Then there is grace and there is the world,” Kurginyan notes. In “grace,” one cannot live according to double standards, unlike in “the world,” where anything can happen, the political scientist notes.
Kurginyan, debating the program guests, urged them to realize the importance of such a concept in life and politics as credibility. He did this by giving the example of the Jewish diamond market,
“They say ‘Mazal and Bracha’ when closing a deal. They can always refuse that lot. Why don’t they refuse? Because they will be expelled out of the corporation, where one’s word is everything. If people lose credibility, try doing business after that!”
The USA has lost credibility in the eyes of the world, the expert believes. “The way it’s behaving now is not even gangsterism, it’s worse. And we’re heading toward this lawlessness” Essence of Time’s leader concluded.
As Rossa Primavera News Agency wrote, in an interview with CNN on March 28, Antony Blinken, US Secretary of State, refused to call Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud a “killer.”
During the interview, Blinken was asked twice if he believed Prince Salman was a killer responsible for the dismemberment of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
Earlier, US President Joe Biden answered in the affirmative when asked about Russian President Vladimir Putin, whether he was a “killer.”
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency