Kurginyan explains what Ukraine is now

22.09.2023, Minsk.

Ukraine has been turned into a militarized ghetto, which sells cannon fodder, political scientist, philosopher, leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan said on September 8 on the program To the Point of the Belarusian agency BelTA.

When asked about the state of Ukrainian society, the political scientist said that Ukraine is a “loose entity” where everything is dictated by the Nazi minority. According to him, it cannot even be called a society.

Kurginyan explained that the minority ruling Ukraine is nevertheless quite large and not as bureaucratically sluggish as the managers in Russia. “These are not rigidly organized groups. These are people whose essence is hatred of Russians, strong will, understanding of what publicity is, what political war is, desire to be at this [Russian – Rossa Primavera News Agency] throat. And there are many of them,” he emphasized.

At the same time, Ukraine has no economy and no military-industrial complex of its own, the political analyst said. But this is not required; the West will provide everything necessary for a war with Russia. Kiev’s only resource is the population it controls, which it drives to slaughter.

“Ukraine has been turned into a militarized ghetto. The main resource it sells is cannon fodder. That cannon fodder is there, it’s of high value and run by thugs and clowns. And this truly Nazi group concentratedly hateful [toward Russians] stands above them,” Kurginyan stated.

He said this Nazi group makes up about 2 percent of Ukraine’s population. “It wields power the way it wants. And all this is under the control of the Western groups,” the political analyst added.

“Ukraine, as a sovereign state, does not exist,” he emphasized.

Kurginyan urged not to paint it with satirical colors, as this creates a false image and does not allow one to realize the danger and power of the Nazi enemy.

“I have never downplayed the power of the enemy. I think it is a sickening thing to do. I have, by the way, said and I repeat that downplaying the personality of Hitler and his entourage, starting with Charlie Chaplin’s film, may have helped to win the war in the short term, but in the long term it did not make one realize what Nazism was!” the philosopher emphasized.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency