The multiple attempts to conquer Russia cannot be explained by any rational interests of the aggressors, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on December 20 on the Sunday Evening with Vladimir Solovyov TV program on the Russia One channel.
“Did Hitler have any national or even imperial interest to attack the Soviet Union?” the expert asked.
Kurginyan stressed that he has been studying irrational factors in politics for a long time, and he reminded that Germany’s decision to attack the Soviet Union confused the absolutely rational Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.
“In terms of any German national interests whatsoever, including fascist and imperialist ones, there was no interest in attacking the Soviet Union, and even if there was, the attack should have taken place on May 22, not June 22. This month would have made a great difference,” Kurginyan stressed.
He believes that the Nazi German government chose the date to attack the USSR based on occultist considerations. The irrational nature of the war against the Soviet Union is also supported by the desperate attacks on Stalingrad. Similarly, French emperor Napoleon I Bonaparte had no rational interests, either.
“The crusaders had no rational interest to conquer the City of God. Napoleon had no clear reason to attack Moscow, since the capital city was St. Petersburg,” the leader of Essence of Time noted.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency