The experience of the 30 post-Soviet years has shown that the more Russia looks like all the other countries the more it is hated, said philosopher, political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on November 23 at a plenary meeting Conditions for the Development of the Human Potential of the 17th Congress Health as the Basis of the Human Potential. Problems and Solutions.
“We embarked on a strange path characterized by a number of faith-based constants. ‘I believe because it is absurd.’ One of the constants is that as long as we are a communist country we have enemies, which do not want us to be so and which rightly hate our ideology. But as soon as we become similar to the other countries, the hatred will be gone, and everyone will love us,” Kurginyan explained his vision.
According to the political scientist, after the collapse of the USSR Russia has been trying to become like the other developed Western countries, but “the more Russia looks like all the others the more it will be hated.”
“Paradoxically… But we can see that this is the case. After 30 years, does not anyone clearly see that the relations (with the West) of the Brezhnev – Nixon era and today are formed differently?” the philosopher wondered.
The analyst explained that in the Soviet era, the term “satanism” could never be heard at the top official level. Equally, no one could imagine that at a Communist Party congress the trajectories of our strategic missiles heading to the territory of the United States would be shown so vividly.
“Therefore, the greatest mistake that needs to be acknowledged was that some people believed that if we became like all the others, then we would be given a place in the world that we deserve. And we would decently accept it to live quite a trouble-free life using this place,” the leader of the movement stressed.
“There is no place for Russia within such a world. Within this kind of an idea about Russia, it must be destroyed.” he concluded.
According to the philosopher, when in the recent years at major international congresses any intense discussions took place, the participants of those discussions always refused to discuss the future of Russia.
“They kept telling me, ‘Why discuss strategy with the Russians? Strategy is for 30 years, but there will be no Russia in 30 years.’ Not only Brzeziński (American political scientist Zbigniew Brzeziński, the ideologist of the US-centered unipolar world – Rossa Primavera News Agency) said this, but much more influential people as well,” Kurginyan concluded.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency