The outcome of the Russia vs. NATO confrontation in Ukraine will depend on how Russia uses the opportunity to transform its system, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on September 27 in a new issue of the Destiny broadcast published on the movement’s YouTube channel.
“We have been living in a mode of continuous mutual blackmail with NATO. This is a diplomatic, security and military-political kind of blackmail,” Kurginyan said. He added that NATO has not declared direct war against Russia so far, and the alliance’s troops have not entered the Ukrainian territory, and they currently do not supply all the kinds of weapons in as “blatant” of a manner as they could.
“F-35 jets with US pilots pretending to be Ukrainians, or even not pretending anymore, are not flying in the Ukrainian sky in large numbers,” the political scientist explained. However, the limit of the escalation is constantly changing. NATO increasingly intensifies its activities, and foreign special operations troops enter the Ukrainian territory under the guise of PMCs.
“This gradual escalation will continue. The point is that whether it is good for us,” the analyst said. According to Kurginyan, this depends on how Russia uses the time it has, i.e. whether any work is done to reconfigure the existing system and to cut off its rotten parts. Kurginyan explained that all the healthy active core needs to be urgently cataloged to be used as the basis for an integrate working configuration.
“If we… reconfigure the existing system (one), cut off its rotten parts (two), and build a new one (three) – in a careful and cautious manner, without damaging the system – then we will win,” the expert stressed.
According to Kurginyan, a victory in the conflict in Ukraine is vital to Russia. Major components of such a victory should become a careful transformation of the system and the society as well as the building of a three million-strong professional army. He noted that there are many selfless and patriotic people on our Armed Forces who need to be appropriately trained and equipped.
“By all means we need to build a three million-strong professional army. There is no price that would be too much for it,” the analyst concluded.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency