A game of chess by Jean-Louis Ernest Meissonier, 1840s.
The Western organizers of the Great Game have hit the main wheat suppliers, Russia and Ukraine, and this will cause hunger and a new wave of refugees from the Third World and Ukraine itself, said philosopher, political analyst and leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan in the air of the Great Game program on the Channel One on March 19.
The events in Ukraine triggered a certain process; they will become a justification for a new round of the arms race, Kurginyan noted. Germany has already announced an increase in spending on the military budget, which will become the third country after the United States and China in terms of budgetary injections. It is followed by France and Poland.
“The Great Game is not for Ukraine to win, but for its armed forces to be slowly destroyed so that there is enough time for an arms race,” Kurginyan explained. “Ukraine is a sacrifice on the altar of an arms race new round and militarization of Europe,” he stressed.
However, the organizers of the conflict in Ukraine have other goals. Russia and Ukraine are the largest suppliers of wheat. Which means that if you provoke a conflict and impose sanctions, neither country will be able to export wheat.
“This is a sacrifice on the other altars as well. All links have already been broken by this coronavirus. Now they (Russia and Ukraine) have been struck and suddenly it turns out that, oh my goodness, the Russians are supplying too much food, wheat, and the other (producing country) is Ukraine. Now Ukraine is not supplying because it can’t start the seeding season, and the Russians are not supplying because the West has imposed sanctions,” Kurginyan said.
“So, it’s a starvation, a starvation in the third world, and what is a starvation in the third world? It is the transfer of refugees to Europe and the militarization of this whole belt,” he added.
Already after the first migration crisis in 2008, the far-right forces and parties began to gain popularity in the European Union. This process is continuing. The inflow of migrants continues. The crisis in Afghanistan has led to a new flow of refugees. The number of refugees from Ukraine has already exceeded several million.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency