A nuclear conflict between the West and Russia is unlikely, said political scientist, philosopher and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on September 10 in a special issue of Destiny broadcast on YouTube.
According to Kurginyan, a nuclear conflict can be triggered by “highly privileged madmen” in the West. However, this is a very unlikely scenario.
Also, an accidental systemic malfunction can happen, or one of the sides can cross the “red lines” in a semi-accidental way. But there are very few of such scenarios, the political scientist noted.
However, the West can use a dangerous pattern of a hot conflict with Russia when one or several NATO countries can leave the alliance to become a “gray zone” like Ukraine. Such countries can be Poland, Japan or some southern country.
“A ‘gray’ major conventional war can emerge to put us in unbearable conditions,” the leader of the Essence of Time movement indicated.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency