There will be no peace agreement between Moscow and Kiev, the leader of the Essence of Time movement, philosopher and political scientist Sergey Kurginyan said on May 26 on the program Conversation with a Sage on the Zvezda radio station.
Kurginyan noted that “our so-called liberals keep screaming about some backstage deal,” and he explained that he does not mind if agreements are reached as long as they are not humiliating.
“My attitude will be the same as I have to the entire current reality. I believe that the entire current reality is of poor quality as well as the backstage deal. But I simply know that it will not take place, and they know this, too,” the philosopher stressed.
Sergey Kurginyan explained that the liberals are lying when they say that a peace agreement is possible. At the G7 summit in Hiroshima on May 19-21 the Western leaders said, “We will only do it [the peace agreements] on Zelensky’s conditions.” The liberals heard that, but they keep talking about reconciliation solely to ensure that Russia’s pro-Western track remains unchanged, the political scientist explained.
The analyst explained that in Russia, not only President Vladimir Putin, but actually all the Russian authorities have stood up against the West. Kurginyan expressed an opinion that Putin has found a perfect solution, “He made a brilliant move when he made everyone involved with the new Constitution. Now you can look for a backstage deal, you can look for a black cat in a dark room, which is not there. Will you really change the Constitution?”
However, the political scientist notes, everyone keeps “playing with the backstage deal conditions, everyone is seeking their own interests.”
Russia is playing “in order to calm down major Asian countries, which feel nervous.”
The major Asian countries are playing “to become mediators and to replace the West in this role.”
“The West is playing because its voters want this and that. Everyone is playing. No one will ever agree to any kind of a backstage deal except for the Zelensky formula, which would ruin the Russian system of power and initiate the partitioning of the country,” the philosopher stressed.
He added that “a backstage deal is needed for the dismemberment of the country, i.e. to make us leave Crimea.”
Whether Russia will leave Crimea in the next 5-7 years will actually depend on “whether the Black Sea Fleet is stronger than the Turkish fleet at least, or the NATO fleet,” because ships are not built fast. And on whether Ukraine is left without access to the sea. “Without this there is nothing to talk about, as well as without Kharkov,” Sergey Kurginyan explained.
The philosopher admitted that an agreement can appear “as it took place in previous eras that there will be two Ukraines separated by the Dnieper River.” However, Kurginyan believes, this would be a bad option, “because NATO will be there.” But “it will not be along the contact line, will it?” the political scientist wonders.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency