The collapse of the USSR was a crime in many ways: legal, historical, philosophical, geopolitical and even metaphysical, said philosopher, political scientist, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on December 8 on the Obyectivno program on the ONT Belorusian channel.
“There was a constitution, there were laws, there were exact stipulations regarding punishable violations,” noted the political scientist. Those who committed the crime were waiting to see if they would be punished, but this did not happen, explained Sergey Kurginyan.
The results of the Soviet Union’s collapse were monstrous, stressed the philosopher. “These people had no right to do this. They have done something monstrous, this monstrous act remains to be mesmerizing, creating the current reality,” said Sergey Kurginyan.
As far as the assessment of the Soviet Union’s collapse – everything is quite clear, explains the analyst. However, other questions remain unanswered. What it was possible for the criminals who destroyed the USSR to do what they did and “how did it happen that their actions did not have any countermeasures and were not stopped at the very moment they were implemented?”
According to Sergey Kurginyan, the reason why the collapse was imminent lies in the fact that “under pressure from various forces, the social structure itself – plus those people who were vested with public authority – were already on their last legs.”
On December 8, 1991, Agreements on the Creation of the Commonwealth of Independent States, which signified the collapse of the USSR, were signed at the state dacha in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, Belarus.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency