Kurginyan: A new world order will be a prologue for the revival of Nazism

17.05.2022, Aleksandrovskoye.

The perestroika in the Soviet Union was required for the transformation of the world towards the revival of Nazism, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on the Dialogues program on the Komsomolskaya Pravda radio on May 12.

Kurginyan stressed that the problems of the 21st century, including the overpopulation of the Earth, will be resolved not in a liberal manner. “Therefore, these ways have to always rely on the idea that people are not equal, i.e. there are untermenschen, supermenschen etc. And that the untermenschen can be dealt with as chickens,” the expert explained.

The ideology that introduces the inequality of the people is called gnostic, or Nazi. This is why the political elites of the West need the gnostic “submarine” to surface, the political scientist noted.

“Then who said that the perestroika and everything that happened was about how we would live? That was the launch of certain global processes. For the Soviet Union and contemporary Russia, we call these processes counterinitiation,” Kurginyan explained.

The political scientist referred to an example from the Old Testament, where the persecutor of the Christians Saul accepted Christ and died, and thus he became one of the most honored apostles, Paul. The transformation of Saul into Paul is an example of a positive transformation. But when the process goes the opposite way, from Paul to Saul, this is a counterinitiation, the expert noted.

The Western countries are undergoing essential transformations, which lead to a new world order. This new world order is forming not for the current politicians like Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron etc. “The point is that they are not the masters of the future world order. Not for them it is being built ,” the philosopher stressed.

“This prize called ‘a new world order’ is not for these idiots, indeed! It is for someone else. They are a sort of manure to fertilize something else. What can it be but Nazism? Nothing. There is nothing else, if what we have is destroyed,” Kurginyan concluded.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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