The West is creating glocalization points from which it will spread chaos, leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on November 22 on the air of the Sunday Evening with Vladimir Soloviyov program on Russia One TV channel.
The leader of the Essence of Time movement said that in political science there is a new term called “glocalization”. It refers to the synthesis of two processes – global and local, which were previously contrasted against each other. The term indicates that a point of local tension may affect global processes.
“If the ‘New World Order’ is impossible, because too much effort is needed, a‘World Disorder’ should be [constructed]. Why not construct it? It does not matter how to exercise control over the world… Now, the main global task is to create so-called glocalization points,” Sergey Kurginyan noted.
The political scientist stressed that the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh is precisely the building of a glocalization point near the Russian border.
“In this sense, what was happening in Transcaucasia, from my point of view, is a part of such a glocalization arrangement. But if such an arrangement exists, the main threats will come either from the south or the threats from the west and the south will be combined,” Sergey Kurginyan said.
The analyst specified that Russia would be especially vulnerable if a scenario of ethnic or religious conflict, which would result in perestroika 2.0, was implemented in the country.
“Combining double threats with attempts to split the union of Slavs and Turks, which has existed in Russia for centuries, Islamo-Christian and so on, all these attempts are certainly perestroika 2.0,” Kurginyan explained.
The leader of the Essence of Time movement stressed that the united West, and primarily the USA, which acts against China and believes that China is more vulnerable from our territory are behind the processes.
“It [the West] is actually planning this peresroika 2.0; on the one hand, it will create a front all the way to Japan. Now many say that Japanese-Turkish relations are reaching a new strategic level. On the other hand, this is the Caucasian node, the Transcaucasian dam that is now broken. And all this comes to us. And at the same time from the West – this Polish-Ukrainian and other connections,” Sergey Kurginyan demonstrated the scale of tension.
The political scientist pointed out that Russia, with all its will, will not be able to stay away from the fight and must shape the contours of the future world for itself.
“The question is how we can move from a philosophy of prosperity to a philosophy of survival, how we can withstand such chaos. And what model is needed,” Sergey Kurginyan concluded.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency