Kurginyan says how to respond to the West creating cyborgs

24.01.2023, Moscow.

The West is engaged in the genetic transformation of humans and cyborgization. As for Russia, it must follow the path of tapping into unleashed human reserves and abilities, which are virtually unlimited, said political scientist, philosopher, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan in an interview with Anna Shafran on the Zvezda radio station published January 13 on YouTube.


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Kurginyan: Do we understand that human gene editing is a new weapon of mass destruction?

16.01.2023, Moscow.

Genetic engineering is a new weapon. The human genome has not been completely deciphered, and this gives humanity a chance to rise to the challenge, philosopher, political scientist, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on January 13 in the program Conversation with a Sage on the Zvezda radio.


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Kurginyan: Nazism in Ukraine turns the global chessboard upside down

25.04.2022, Moscow.

Nazism in Ukraine triggered changes on the entire global “chessboard” with potentially repealing the Yalta world order that was established after World War II, and the Nazification of the West and Japan, said political scientist, analyst, the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on April 19 during the broadcast of the Great Game program on Channel One.


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Essence of Time. Chapter 25

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(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Volume IVolume II, and Chapters 212223, 24)

July 19, 2011.

So, my interview “Why We Cannot Allow Russia to Collapse” was posted on the official website of the People’s Council All-Russian Social Movement, and it has already infuriated the people who call themselves national democrats. So why did it make them so mad? Were they enraged because some “monster” called “Kurginyan” is beginning to condemn nationalism again?


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Essence of Time. Chapter 24

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(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Volume IVolume II, and Chapter 2122, 23)

July 12, 2011.

Major challenges exist. They are formidable, unambiguous, and obvious. The consciousness mobilizes quickly against them.

There are also challenges of a diffuse kind. Some diseases are like this… For example, multiple sclerosis. These challenges are like dots on a certain board: one square has one figure, and another square has a different one. The squares are ambiguous, and so are the pieces… and all you need is for a certain composition to take shape. The very moment when that composition finally takes shape, you die. But before the composition takes shape, nothing happens. That is the danger.
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Essence of Time. Chapter 23

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(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Volume IVolume II, and Chapter 21, 22)

July 5, 2011.

The great twentieth-century German playwright Bertolt Brecht had a play titled “The Caucasian Chalk Circle” [Here and thereafter “Caucasian” refers exclusively to the inhabitants of the Caucasus mountains. The Russian language does not utilize the word “Caucasian” as a generic term for white people – translator’s note]. It depicts an ancient Chinese legend in a contemporary style. The essence of the legend is that there is a child. There is a woman who has become his mother, who raises him and loves him terribly – Grusha Vachnadze, if my memory serves me correctly (everything takes place in some Georgian village). And there is a princess, who once abandoned this child, and now wants to take possession of the child and screams that she is his true mother.


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Coronavirus – its goals, authors and masters. Part III

(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Part I, Part II)

June 12, 2020.

The main grievance that the Americans constantly voiced at the Munich Security Conference, which was held in the midst of COVID-19, concerned the growth of Chinese technological power. As well as the fact that Europeans do not want to contribute to deterring and suppressing this power, while doing so is absolutely necessary.

 


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Koba: Three days in July 2014 in Donetsk. Part 2

 
Editor’s note: Yesterday was July 5, 2016. Exactly two years ago on that day DPR field commander Igor Strelkov surrendered Slavyansk, and another half of the territory of Donetsk People’s Republic, to Nazis and fled to Donetsk. He was supported by various groups and persons, from oligarchs like Konstantin Malofeev to occult fascists like Aleksandr Dugin. For some Strelkov’s betrayal meant large financial gains, other wanted Strelkov to surrender Donetsk, enter Rostov, start a mutiny and march on Moscow to capture the power in Russia. Some believed that Strelkov’s actions could provoke Russia to move its army into Donbass and, consequently, provoke NATO to clash with Russia there and start a large scale military conflict or even war. The fact is that two years ago half of population of Donetsk People’s Republic, who opposed the Nazi coup in Kiev, were betrayed by Strelkov and handed over to the Kiev’s Nazis. Another fact is that Strelkov, as he had himself later confessed, intended to surrender not just Slavyansk and other cities, but even Donetsk. However this disaster was prevented. The first-hand story of “Essence of Time” member Alan Mamiev aka “Koba” describes all details of this process.
 
On the following day happened that same famous press-conference of Sergei Kurginyan, the leader of “Essence of Time” movement, the press-conference that exploded the media not only in Donetsk, but in Russia as well. Guys from Donetsk “Essence of Time” cell were in touch with local journalists, they asked to comment on the situation, which drastically changed in the past 24 hours. We understood that there will be some sort of a provocation there, but Sergei Kurginyan decided to go to the press-conference no matter what. To be honest, we thought that Strelkov will come there himself. But he sent Pasha Gubarev and some other mister from his HQ.


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Koba: Three days in July 2014 in Donetsk. Part 1

 

In mid-June 2014 I already made the final decision to go to Donetsk. It was already visible that a major war is starting there and it was getting harder to watch at this from the sidelines. My friends from Ossetia already actively participated in combat in “Vostok” battalion, the ill-fated storm of the airport already happened. The attention of the public was already drawn to Slavyansk. The “Russian Spring” was expanding and it seemed that we only need to wait a little longer and another part of Ukraine will repeat the fate of Crimea. The society was in lifted spirits. The understanding that history is being made in Donetsk right now was growing.


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