One cannot completely understand the Ukrainian events if the source that sustains the Ukrainian neo-Nazism is left out, the leader of the Essence of Time movement, philosopher and political scientist Sergey Kurginyan said on September 5 in a new issue of his original broadcast Destiny.
According to the philosopher, quite a large segment of the Ukrainian society has become infected with a dark neo-Nazi ideology with occult roots.
According to Kurginyan, “there is one place where the Devil shared a significant chunk of his dark energy. And this is certain segment of the Ukrainian society. A large volume of this dark energy was pumped into here.”
If the spiritual factor is left out, we will understand nothing in the Ukrainian events, the philosopher believes.
Kurginyan explained that such a drive cannot be achieved when one’s life is only aimed at ordinary material goods or a chance to take power.
As an example, the philosopher referred to a statement of an Orthodox ascetic about the spiritual, “Listen, the Devil is no fool. He has to pay dearly for energy, it is really hard for him to collect it, so he saves it. Therefore, to recruit someone, he first does it through the flesh – with yachts, Bentleys, huge palaces, etc. Why share energy with someone who has been recruited through the flesh?”
“Those who do not buy this have to be recruited through glory: positions, lights and sirens, control over people’s destiny etc. And those who refuse to take this have to be given a share of this dark energy,” Kurginyan cites the man of faith.
In Russia, however, this factor is ignored, and a false picture is deliberately offered to the Russian public. On the Russian TV, conspicuously weak Ukrainian speakers are given the floor, which gives the public a false idea of the enemy, Kurginyan explains.
“Many times when I participated in discussions on TV where some pro-Ukrainian figures like Kovtun were involved… I was surprised why they were showing people who were so apparently weak and clearly ugly,” the philosopher said.
According to the political scientist, the authorities not only offer a false picture to the public but they also deceive themselves.
“The trouble is that the public thus sees a false picture. And the decision makers, those at power, they, oddly enough, as I clearly see over the past thirty years, first order this picture and then, like the audience, watch this picture and, having forgotten that they ordered it, come to believe in it,” Kurginyan explained.
The philosopher noted that, along with such a false idea about a weak enemy, a false image of our own perfection is made.
Thus, the combination of the two false images can result in serious mistakes in the future, Kurginyan warned.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency