Kurginyan: Nazism in Ukraine turns the global chessboard upside down

25.04.2022, Moscow.

Nazism in Ukraine triggered changes on the entire global “chessboard” with potentially repealing the Yalta world order that was established after World War II, and the Nazification of the West and Japan, said political scientist, analyst, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on April 19 during the broadcast of the Great Game program on Channel One.

Referring to the program’s title, the political scientist recalled that the Great Game can transform the “chessboard” during its course – all of its possible layouts. And now, the “chessboard” is what’s changing, believes Kurginyan.

“It always seems to me that everything that is happening now is not only about rearranging the pieces on the chessboards, but it is also about transforming the board itself. And, frankly, this worries me the most,” the analyst noted.

Ukraine is absolutely a Nazified state, stressed the expert. Obviously, Ukraine is dominated not by Hitler’s Nazism, but by its slightly modified version, which will transform the entire world order, explained the political scientist.

“And when Nazism is forming in a large European state, who will pay for such a pleasure of having it on the chessboard? And what will it bring? And what will it trigger in other places? And when this leads to a deterioration in the standard of living, who should then come about with the thesis ‘Guns instead of Butter’?” Kurginyan stressed the dangers of the Nazification in the West.

The political scientist raised the question of who would oppose China along with the US. According to Kurginyan, India, despite US pressure, will never play big against China and will not cross the red line.

“As for Japan, it will cross the red line. Any time. Give it a chance, that is, repeal the Yalta agreement, allow it to have an army and give it nuclear weapons. And you can call it a different format, a different agreement,” concluded the leader of the Essence of Time movement.

Guns or Butter” was first heard as a slogan at the party congress of the Gau (administrative unit in Nazi Germany) in Berlin on January 17, 1936, in a speech by Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, “If necessary, we can do without butter, but never without guns.”

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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