The practice of aggravating relations and then proposing the opponent to make concessions for a détente is an old Western strategy called the “Anaconda” plan, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on April 18 on the Sunday Evening with Vladimir Solovyov program on the Russia One TV channel.
Sergey Kurginyan described in detail the Anglo-Saxon strategy, designated by the term “anaconda”, which the United Kingdom and the United States have been using for many centuries. The first round of the “Anaconda” means the aggravation of relations between the West and a victim country to the limit. The “Anaconda” then offers to loosen its grip if a victim country makes concessions with a Trojan horse embedded. If the victim does not agree, the West provokes the next round and strains relations once again in order to propose a détente in an even worse situation.
Kurginyan believes that this détente is aimed at weakening the West’s enemy. As a result, the so-called détente turns into new tensions. Some call it the “Anaconda” or the “Bulldog” strategy, but its name does not make any difference. It is a very familiar Anglo-Saxon strategy that has been used for more than a hundred years.
The political scientist also drew attention to two noteworthy points related to the recent assassination attempt on Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko.
“The first one — our special services got involved. So, they understand that the situation is serious,” noted the expert.
The second — Lukashenko’s speech. “He literally said that only Biden could have signed a document on his elimination,” stressed Kurginyan.
The Belarus President made a public statement on the preparation of his assassination. According to him, a terrorist group planned to kill not only the Belarusian President, but also members of his family. The alleged terrorists were detained by Russian and Belarusian special services.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency