Sergey Kurginyan © Rossa Primavera News Agency
A group in the CIA elite is implementing “The Grand Inquisitor” project, about which Schiller and Dostoevsky wrote in their books, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan in “The Meaning of the Game” broadcast published on September 17 on the movement’s channel.
“… ‘The Grand Inquisitor’ project is no longer Ivan Karamazov’s or Schiller’s fantasy. This is now the name of a clandestine project, which, and this is a fact, certain part of the CIA elite has been promoting,” he said.
Kurginyan believes that it is imprecise to reduce the mentality of the US elite to Anglo-Saxon Protestantism.
“…of course, there are absolutely Jesuist centers of research, educational, and regulating elite activity, as well as centers more or less close to them. And this is close to a certain part of the CIA. This is why ‘The Grand Inquisitor’ project has become a commonly used name,” the political scientist stressed.
He assumed that Schiller and Dostoevsky in their narrative of the Grand Inquisitor legend could reveal what they heard at closed discussions among contemporary masterminds.
“The Grand Inquisitor” is an inserted parable published in the Russky Vestnik journal of June 1879 (volume CXLI, pp. 736-758) as part of chapter five, book five “Pro and contra” of Dostoevsky’s novel The Brothers Karamazov.
The parable is an allegoric story that Ivan Karamazov tells to Alesha Karamazov on the subject of Christian freedom of will, freedom of conscience, and it outlines the author’s position regarding society, Orthodoxy, Catholicism, playing a key role not only in the book, but also in the author’s entire system of philosophic values. According to Dostoevsky, “The Grand Inquisitor” is “the culmination point” of his last novel.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency