Kurginyan tells what the West needs from Russia

11.04.2022, Moscow.

The West’s goal is to destroy Russia, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan in The Meaning of the Game original broadcast published on the movement’s YouTube channel on April 5.

“The West, which we loved so much and with which we wanted to have a perfect harmony, condemned the Russian state. It does not need this state as there is no room for it in this mega-trend, so this is a condemned country,” Sergey Kurginyan explained.

The philosopher also added that President of Russia Vladimir Putin loves Russia, but he always wanted to see it “sort of European, but he loves it, and he believes that this is how he can gloss it, make it better etc.” Meanwhile, the West, with whose standards everything was aligned, “hates Russia to death,” the analyst noted.

Kurginyan noted that President of Russia Vladimir Putin now understands that the West is seeking to complete the destruction of Russia. The reunification with Crimea and helping Donbass are essentially measures to counter these West’s attempts.

Kurginyan noted, “I understood that people who wanted to have an absolutely different Russia than the one that I love would have to realize sooner or later that this Russia will not live in this [Western] world. The Western global trend and existence of such a Russia are incompatible. That’s it! It has to either leave the trend to live on, or die.”

The political scientist indicated that a major part of the elite wants to confront the West without changing the current system. Kurginyan added that such a position is a mistake, and it will have a negative effect, because the West remains strong enough despite its degradation.

“To withstand [the pressure from the West], a concrete foundation is needed, i.e. another system. It must have an ideology inside. This ideology must both be passionate and ensure a certain level of consensus,” Kurginyan said.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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