Kurginyan: Ramping up war hysteria will lead to the militarization of Japan and Germany

12.02.2024, Aleksandrovskoye.

Increasing war hysteria around the conflict between Russia and Ukraine will lead to the militarization of Japan and Germany, said political scientist, philosopher, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on January 26 on the Conversation with a Sage program on the Zvezda radio channel.

According to the political scientist, the US fears that Germany and Japan will restore their power, adding that there is a great chance that a second fascist wave will rise and hit it. But this fear is hard to overcome, and this is the major global trend.

Stirring up war hysteria around the Ukrainian conflict is part of this process.

The escalation of war hysteria is a shift in the political balance in the right direction. A shift in this political balance must be ensured by further radicalization of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, yes. The greater the conflict, the stronger this shift will be,” noted Kurginyan.

Kurginyan pointed to the fact that in the West they are already saying that Japan should receive the status of a nuclear state. But Japan can only go nuclear with the restoration of the samurai spirit.

What should you do? You want to fight – you need the samurai spirit, and there is no alternative. This means that it must be restored,” the political scientist is certain.

And in Europe, this is very reminiscent of the situation in which Hitler’s Germany was developing. At the same time, the West cannot help but to support Ukraine, because otherwise “the Russians will attack everyone,” including Germany.

All Germans should prepare to have food rations, batteries and everything else necessary,” noted the leader of the Essence of Time movement.

In addition, according to Kurginyan, migrants will be forced out of Europe. They will be embittered and prepared to move to Asia, where some kind of caliphate system will be implemented.

Where does this road lead?” Grigory Otrepyev asked the tavern owner before jumping out of the window. “To Lithuania, my dear, to the Luyev Mountains,” the philosopher concluded, addressing an excerpt from Pushkin’s “Boris Godunov.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency