The emerging new world is based on a struggle against Man, the species of Homo sapiens, which is considered to be “a dry branch on the tree of the evolution” and which must be cut off, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on October 30 in the Sunday Evening with Vladimir Solovyov TV program on the Russia One channel.
The political scientist explained that those who are building the new world before our eyes confront what the human nature is.
He reminded the verses by Tyutchev, “Nature in not what you think it is…” Sergey Kurginyan noted that “this internal will for freedom is its soul and its language, it belongs not only to the species Homo sapiens, but to what preceded and produced this species, to the entire flow of life. This emergentness, proprium, all the things that encouraged Amundsen to go to discover the South pole etc. All this exists, all this is what Man is.”
Speaking about the essence of the current process, the political scientist stressed that the designers of the new world rely on the idea that they do not need Man at all.
“I heard this many times at very high levels that the Homo sapiens species was at a dead-end, that it is a dry branch on the tree of the evolution, and that this dry branch must be cut off, and then maybe something else would take place, and that the struggle for a new world was a struggle against the Homo sapiens species. I heard this, among others, from Soviet academicians close to Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev, as well as Western ones. They directly said that the meaning of the perestroika was much deeper,” Kurginyan noted.
The stakes are essentially being made on a new species, the philosopher explained.
“So, this is it, this stake! All these gender transformations, transhumanism etc, are minor components having the common idea to bury the species Homo sapiens and to create another branch on the tree of the evolution. This is how far it has gone. And sooner or later this will be said straightforwardly,” he explained.
“We are watching a world of descent. We can only stay on our feet in this world if we call everything with proper names, as Confucius used to say,” Sergey Kurginyan believes. “Then, the question is whether we understand that the problem has become anthropological for the first time in the history of humanity. And that all the Ukrainian events are a tragical minor episode bearing this anthropological problem inside it.”
The political scientist pointed out that “strangely enough,” the Russians who over the recent decades were Western-oriented and were heading towards the integration into the Western civilization “suddenly turned out to be the main obstacle on the way of this anti-human, literally, anti-anthropological process.”
“Do we realize its power and how we are going to withstand it? We cannot do that unless we change the reality,” Kurginyan concluded.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency