Rich tourists from the USA destroyed European culture through the dictatorship of the golden calf, said philosopher, theater director and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan in an interview to the BelTA Belarusian channel published on March 23.
Kurginyan explained, from the cultural point of view, what he meant when he spoke about the death of Europe. He referred to the example of Spain, and he stressed that he likes this country very much, and that he met folk underground groups there.
“They said ‘Yes, we were killed.’ I asked, ‘And how were you killed?‘ He said, ‘Well, very simply. Americans come with a lot of money.’ They do not make any dictatorship, what they do is a dictatorship of the golden calf. ‘They come with a lot of money. And they say that their tourists want to see flamenco.’” Kurginyan described the situation.
He explained the mechanism of this process. For an American tourist, flamenco is a “half-naked long-legged woman with an impressive figure writhing in a bright-colored dress,” Kurginyan described.
“What is the real flamenco? It is an old lady in a black chlamys stamping her feet. They do not understand this, you see? They do not understand this. They want their version of flamenco. Because they have a lot of money, they are offered it. When they are offered their version of flamenco, the actual flamenco goes deep under the ground,” the theater director said.
He noted that, as a result, the actual flamenco is going into a deep cultural underground, and only small groups practice it. Similar things are taking place in other European countries: in Portugal, in France. “They are hiding, you see? They are tiny, they can barely move their lips, and all the rest is a disaster,” Kurginyan stressed.
The political scientist said that in this cultural sense the Russians are the last living people of the white race. He stressed that he uses this term not in the meaning of any domination of the white race over the other races.
Kurginyan explains that “living” does not mean perfect or blessing. “But then you just look at it and you see that it is dead already. It may even look really nice and pretty in this dead condition,” the theater director noted.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency