The states that lost World War II want revenge, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on March 21 on The Great Game program on Channel One.
According to the political scientist, the USA has made quite a “generous” offer to Turkey, to deliver Russian-made S-400 anti-aircraft systems to Ukraine and receive US-made Patriot systems and advanced fighters in return.
“Hopefully, Turkey will not accept it. Any tiny piece of friendship with a country that controls the Turkic world to a significant extent is precious. But what if it does?” the expert said.
Also, Kurginyan reminded of substantial ties between Turkey and Japan.
“What is a Japanese-Turkish alliance in the context of the idea of transforming the UN Security Council? Transforming towards what?” the political scientist wonders.
The current UN Security Council is the result of the work that included the Yalta Conference of 1945, where the idea of a new League of Nations was introduced. Towards what is it to be transformed now? The UN Security Council obviously cannot become more pro-Russian than it is.
“Then should it mean less? And what is our interest? What is it really about? Isn’t it about revenge sought by the states that lost World War Two and were punished accordingly in Yalta and Potsdam?” Kurginyan said.
Recently, moves towards building a real army have become more intense in Japan. Also, the option of the deployment of nuclear weapons, US-owned so far, on the country’s territory is discussed.
Will Germany just watch this process or will it act similarly? Kurginyan reminded that the authorities of the Federal Republic of Germany have already promised to allocate quite a lot of money, €100 billion, to their army.
“What will they build? They will build number the three army in the world. Will the number three army in the world be a military-technical giant but a political dwarf? Does it happen that way?” Kurginyan noted.
In the end of this February German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that in the context of the Ukrainian events the Federal Republic of Germany planned to allocate €100 billion for the army in 2022. “We will from now on, year after year, invest more than two percent of gross domestic product in our defense,” Scholz said.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency