Kurginyan: The Ukrainian crisis has exposed the West’s Russophobia

15.03.2022, Moscow.

The situation in Ukraine has exposed the anti-Russian essence of contemporary West, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on the Right to Know! program on the TVTs channel on March 12.

He reminded the words of the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill who called the current struggle in Ukraine “metaphysical” in his recent Forgiveness Sunday sermon. “But what does it really mean? What are the characteristics of contemporary West?” Kurginyan wonders.

“Many times in 1990s I told my friends with big money that they were under an illusion if they were like the British. They were fluent in English, they were Jewish, they had money, and they were traveling around the world. But they were called, ‘Filthy Russians!’” the political scientist explained.

According to Kurginyan, one of the members of the major international capital noted that the bees’ job was to collect honey, but not to eat it. And it still remains to be discovered how e.g. the US elite dealt, when necessary, with the Russian major business allegedly belonging to opposition.

“The situation is absolutely different than it seemed to us. And now it is being revealed. Dissidents? Liberals? Russians! A good Russian is a dead Russian, and it makes no difference what his ideology is. Will he fight against the Russians? Good!” this is how Kurginyan described contemporary Western approach.

The political scientist stressed that the West could stop any Banderite system and Russophobia in Ukraine in a second, but it encouraged its development instead.

“Did the Jews like so much that Bandera’s portraits were hanging in Ukrainian governmental institutions? What kind of a law is it under which the Russians are not indigenous in Ukraine? Who are indigenous then? Egyptians? What an insanity! They enjoyed watching this insanity. Why? Because it was anti-Russian,” Sergey Kurginyan concluded.

On March 6, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church addressed the believers with a sermon, in which he spoke about a metaphysical meaning of the operation in Ukraine. He stressed that “forgiveness without justice is surrender and weakness,” and this is why it must “maintain one’s right to stand on the side of light, on the side of the God’s truth.”

According to the Patriarch, today in Ukraine “we have engaged in a struggle having not physical, but metaphysical meaning.”

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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