A Russian person in the contemporary wartime reality first curses his superiors, and then he becomes engaged to an extent that no one can stop him, 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.
“What does a Russian person do in this kind of an reality? He arrives to the theater of operations, and he begins to curse his superiors. This is something he is absolutely unable to move on without. Whatever he does, he has to start cursing his superiors,” Kurginyan says.
The political scientist noted that the superiors provide ample reasons for such criticism. However, after a while a Russian person becomes bored of this occupation.
“He curses them one week, two weeks, three weeks. Then he becomes tired. As Vysotsky sang, ‘and then he stopped drinking, because he got tired,’” the philosopher described the situation, although he noted that drinking is something from which they never get tired.
At certain point, according to Kurignyan, the person understands that, whether you curse your superiors or not, you have to escape shelling, and you have to do something yourself. Especially if some of your friends are killed.
“Vasya or Petya gets killed, and the Russian man remembers that he is Russian. ‘What the hell is going on?!’” he depicted the situation.
Then, according to Kurginyan, people begin to communicate right on site:
– Petya, have you got shells?
– Vasya, what have you got? Can you give me some?
All this is taking place in a criminal context, which no one has removed from the reality. “This is a criminal capitalism,” the philosopher added.
Then, according to the philosopher, this system begins to “work.” And when the Russian person begins to fight well and truly he is unequaled anywhere in the world, Kurginyan believes.
“And when the Russian person picks up steam no one can equal him. No one in the world. As long as he remains Russian,” the philosopher said.
He noted that he would not like to insult the Pashtuns or the Vietnamese who are good soldiers, but they are not really major contingents. In major wars, no one can compete with the Russians.
But suddenly, according to Kurginyan, a problem with material resources arises. “We are short of everything. The ball-bearings are in Belarus. What are we doing, guys?” Kurginyan exclaimed.
And very slowly the Russian defense industry begins to pick up momentum. And although this is a slow process, it still goes. “Indeed, it is picking up steam,” he added.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency