Russia’s primary ideological principle is to live in a way that no one would dare to attack, philosopher and political scientist, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on May 13 on the Right to Know program on TVC.
The discussion was about the recent statement by the EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell who, speaking about Ukrainian weapons, almost exactly repeated Goebbels’ words, “We can manage without butter but not, for example, without guns.” In particular, Borrell said that he likes butter as everyone else, but sometimes guns are needed, but not butter, because guns are more important than butter.
However, over all the post-Soviet decades Russia carried out reforms to make Russia an ordinary European country, which would integrate into Europe, which has low defense expenses, which is involved in the global division of labor, and which buys anything it cannot produce itself.
“This integration-oriented civilization was built to eliminate guns. To eliminate guns! I am happy that the powder plant in Kazan was saved, although its condition is poor. To eliminate guns. Within this civilization, can we restore what was the best in the Soviet Union? And the best thing in the Soviet Union was the understanding that as soon as we disarm we will be destroyed,” Kurginyan said.
“And we want to live, but if we want to live, we should live in a way that no one would ever dare to invade, and this is the primary Russian ideological principle,” he stressed.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency