Kurginyan on the Navalny case: “Disproportional madness”

07.09.2020, Moscow.

The West’s reaction to the hospitalization of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny is extremely exaggerated and incomparable to the scale of the event, stated the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on September 5 on the air of the Right to Know TV program on TVC channel.

The political scientist said that if a person ends up in the hospital there is a simple human reaction of empathy, “A person gets sick, one should wish him a speedy recovery, and that is all.”

However, the reaction to Navalny’s hospitalization is extraordinary, “This reaction is totally incomparable to the event itself.” Kurginyan added that this disproportionality of the event and the reaction to it appears not only in the Navalny case, but in many recent processes, for instance, in the coronavirus story.

In this issue with the hospitalization of Navalny, statements about his poisoning emerged even before a definitive diagnosis, and then the name of the poison was announced.

Kurginyan reminded, “They said that he had been poisoned by ‘Novichok’, they could not have come up with something more original. Right after that we have witnessed a mass reaction of top [Western] officials: Oh my God, ‘Novichok’! Oh my God, ‘Novichok’!”

Then the Russian side entered into dialogue, but this does not make the dialogue more rational.

The expert explained, “Russians say: ‘Listen, we all the samples. We have all biological material. Where is [the Novichok]? – You swapped the material. – But how can one be certain that we swapped it out, but you did not?”

According to the political scientist, this is where an absolute disproportional madness begins.

Sergey Kurginyan concludes that the Navalny case “demonstrates that everything can be fabricated, that inner respect for evidence and for conforming to reality has vanished.”

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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