Kurginyan: UK played role of the US enforcer in the EU

03.10.2021, Moscow.

Brexit deprived the UK of its role as the US enforcer in the European Union, stated philosopher, political analyst, leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan in the program Objectively on the Belarusian ONT TV channel on September 29.

Commenting on Australia’s refusal to order French nuclear submarines in favor of American ones, Kurginyan said, “One could say … that the Americans have already screwed the French over some orders. But … the situation is unprecedented. Probably, it is not only this order for nuclear submarines, which of course was handled very vulgarly by the Americans, but also some confidential agreements … which the Americans took and threw away.

The political analyst said that the current US President Joe Biden, as well as one of his advisors John Kerry, who was Secretary of State at the time of Barack Obama, are ready to change their politics for “gifts”. That means, it may turn out that the US has no specific strategy on Europe, except for based on “gifts”.

It may well be that there was a question of the military-industrial complex, and someone got it right. Approached either Kerry or him. And there was this outcome. And there’s no strategy. But this has no more than a 10% chance,” Kurginyan said.

Kurginyan also noted that if what Australia did with the submarine orders is considered part of the strategy, then the beginning of this strategy was Brexit.

By leaving the European Union, Great Britain has lost its role of the enforcer in the EU. And in that sense the question arose, as one comrade said, ‘we don’t need that kind of hockey’ – do we [Americans] need or don’t need that kind of EU?” – Kurginyan stated.

On September 15, Australia, Great Britain and the United States announced that they were creating an association called AUKUS, which would deal with security in the APAC region.

As part of this agreement, Australia decided to obtain at least eight nuclear-powered submarines from the US. At the same time, Australia broke a $40 billion agreement with France to build submarines. In response, France recalled its ambassadors from Australia and the United States for consultations.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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