Essence of Time. Chapter 7

(If you haven’t already, please read Chapters 1234, 5, and 6 first)

March 15, 2011

I will begin with a poem not because I want to enrich our discussions with some kind of beauty, but because we need images and symbols, which would speak not just to the mind, but also to the heart. Without this, the conversation would be pointless.

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Essence of Time. Chapter 6

(If you haven’t already, please read Chapters 123, 4, and 5 first)

March 8, 2011

I often have to answer the question, “What is metaphysics? To what degree, and to what extent it is equivalent to religion? And if it is equivalent to religion, then to which religion?”

I myself think that metaphysics is not exactly and not entirely religion. It is a certain awareness of the mystery of the universe, which today is very consistent with modern science, with the theory of evolution, the theory of all forms of the material world increasing in complexity, including those forms, which were created immediately after the Big Bang, and which continued to develop afterwards. First, within the boundaries of the non-living world, and then within the world of humanity.

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Essence of Time. Chapter 5

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March 1, 2011

If we are having a serious political conversation (and I do hope that we are having a serious political conversation, and even a strategic, conceptual conversation), it is necessarily to discuss two topics: the existing reality and the alternatives to existing reality.

What is the tone in which a conversation like this usually happens? Continue reading

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Essence of Time. Chapter 4

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February 22, 2011

Events are unfolding at such a pace that no commentary can keep up with them. In the previous episode of the program, I was asserting that it is Americans who arranged everything which is taking place in front of our eyes in Egypt and in many other North African and Middle Eastern countries. I was yelling, “Look, here are the facts! Do you not see this?”

In the meantime, US President Barack Obama publicly compared the events in Egypt to the fall of the Berlin Wall. [THE WHITE HOUSE. Office of the Press Secretary. REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT ON EGYPT. 11.02.2011] Are comments necessary?

Brzezinski said back in the day, that by allowing the Berlin Wall to come down and agreeing to German reunification on the West’s terms, the Russians effectively signed a Compiegne Armistice. Do you remember what the Compiegne Armistice is? It’s when, at the end of World War I, German generals were taken to the Forest of Compiegne in a railroad car, and there, like in a cage, they signed their capitulation. Continue reading

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The Third Congress of the All-Russian Parents’ Resistance: Overview

08.05.2017, Russia.

This is the translation of the series of the presentations and the resolution of the Third Congress of the All-Russian Parents’ Resistance (the ARPR) organization. The Third Congress titled “The Impending Catastrophe and How to Combat It”  was held in Moscow on April 15th. Delegates from 64 regional offices arrived at the event. Members of The Federation Council and State Duma also participated, along with ombudsmen for children’s rights from a number of regions, clergy from various denominations, family and children’s experts that work in science, the arts, and education, from other parental organizations. Continue reading

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The Impending Catastrophe and How to Combat It

04.05.2017, Russia.

The resolution of the III Congress of the All-Russian Parents’ Resistance non-profit organization for the defense of families and the Essence of Time sociopolitical movement.

The third congress of All-Russian Parents’ Resistance (ARPR) non-profit organization for the defense of families was held together with the Essence of Time movement, which made a decisive contribution to creating the ARPR, and which, alongside the ARPR, is engaged in combating the most dangerous tendencies the further development of which, according to the ARPR and Essence of Time, threatens to turn the current ill-being into a full-scale catastrophe. Continue reading

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Essence of Time. Chapter 3

(If you haven’t already, please read Chapters 1 and 2 first)

February 15, 2011

I would rather not spend time on preliminary remarks before the main topic, because it is very important. However, I want to make these remarks, because they are also extremely important.

My humblest thanks to those who supported and continue to support out position in “Judgment of Time”, and on “Duel” [a Russian political debate show], and on those broadcasts which will likely be shown on TV in the future. Many thanks to all these people, and my endless gratitude for their support. We don’t divide people into good and bad, smart and stupid. We see people as whole, no matter how simple they might be, or even how far away from us they might be on some issues, but they still love their country, and they are ready to support those who also love it, because they sense that this love is sincere. Continue reading

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Essence of Time. Chapter 2

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February 8, 2011

One of my employees published an exposé piece against me in 1991, which was called “The Mysterious Councilor to the Chiefs of the Kremlin” (it was a paid newspaper spread in Nezavisimaya Gazeta), and published all of his notes in it as though they were mine. Everything possible in order to discredit me in a certain way was done, in accordance with the norms of that era (and the norms were such that to be a “mysterious councilor to the chiefs of the Kremlin” was something horrible), that’s when a storm of indignation erupted amongst that part of the intelligentsia, who had previously treated me in an entirely different manner.

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