Kurginyan: Putin makes it clear in Stalingrad that there will be no back door deal

06.02.2023, Aleksandrovskoye

Russian President Vladimir Putin made it clear in his Stalingrad speech that there is nothing to negotiate with the West, and he does not intend to give up, stated philosopher, analyst, and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan in an interview with the DPR TV Union channel on February 3.

Kurginyan reminded the audience that after Gorbachev, the armed forces of Russia and the entire nation kept thinking, “What if we are going to be ditched? When will the so-called ‘back door deal’ start and so on?

However, in the speech, “Putin’s willpower is plainly demonstrated: he will not give up,” Kurginyan noted.

It can be seen that, first of all, there is nothing to negotiate, and, secondly, Putin does not intend to do so. And this gives rise to certain feelings,” he added.

Kurginyan recalled how difficult it was during the Chechen war – when Putin came to power, he inherited the criminal Khasavyurt Accord which had been signed before him. However, as a result of the Russian leader’s “stubbornness and pragmatism,” “something turned out to be done, and we now have our Chechen brothers fighting on our side, which, for example, was hard to imagine in that era,” Kurginyan noted.

He noted that there are advantages in the current situation as compared to the late Soviet Union. Now there are no such oil prices, which brought big problems to the Soviet Union, because the West failed to pull Saudi Arabia and the rest of the world to its side. Russian GDP has not fallen as predicted because economic ties have been found in the non-Western world.

I wouldn’t put so much emphasis on the question of how exactly others love us – others love us only to their advantage and will use us in every possible way. But it is impossible to say that everyone immediately fell under the American rule. We are dealing with a much more complicated structure of the world” – Kurginyan stated.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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