Kurginyan explains what Kiev’s military atrocities will lead to

30.03.2022, Moscow.

The Ukrainian army’s atrocities committed against Russian POWs make it an international terrorist gang that swore to a greater darkness than Nazism, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan at The Great Game on Channel One on March 28.

Kurginyan reminded the verses of Olga Berggolts written in 1941, “We will be fighting with unselfish power, we will defeat the terrifying beasts.”

According to Kurginyan, the word “terrifying” is the key for the understanding of who is killing civilians using women and children as human shields, and who demonstrates cannibal ferocity towards POWs.

Kurginyan spoke about how special operations troops treat cannibal ferocity during their missions: they eliminate anyone who goes mad themselves.

“Beyond certain combat violence there is something that leads to the degradation of any armed forces,” he noted.

It is a fundamentally wrong idea that the more atrocities an army commits the more powerful it is. Atrocities demoralize an army.

“All these atrocities are not only terrible, they also demoralize those who commit them. Then the question is: what do they want? What are they transforming to? They are transforming into a sort of an international terrorist gang, which is acting not on behalf of the state, not on behalf of a normal ideology, but on behalf of the same thing as Bandera did,” Kurginyan said.

He stressed that Bandera spoke not a language of Christianity or an ideology, but a language of something very dark.

“We are witnessing even a greater darkness than we can imagine, and even a greater darkness than what the Nazis did, although this can hardly be imagined,” Kurginyan said.

The discussion was focused on a recently published video of Ukrainian Nazis torturing Russian POWs.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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