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The West intends to destroy Russia mentally

The West intends to destroy Russia mentally. Geneva talks on Syria

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Geneva talks on the peaceful settlement of the conflict in Syria have been suspended. Obviously, Western leaders do not need peace – they need more bloodshed in the Middle East.

We spoke about the problems of world politics and the global war of the West against Russia with political scientist, historian, writer, Doctor of Political Sciences, MGIMO Professor and President of the International Institute of Scientific Cooperation, Elena Ponomareva.

“British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said that Russia’s and Iran’s participation in the talks on the Syrian problems would not bring any positive results, as Moscow and Tehran supported Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He claimed that Russia was bombing civilians in Syria. Why did such harsh accusations appear prior to the talks in Geneva?”

“The pressure continues. This is a part of the informational war of the West against Russia. The more success Russia achieves both internationally and domestically, the tougher the West will react to our achievements. If Russia is successful in regulating certain conflicts, the West will not leave Russia alone – Western leaders will shower Russia with accusations. We have entered into a very long and difficult period of the informational, ideological, economic, political and psycho-historical war.

“It goes about the mental destruction of Russia as a subject of world politics. Churchill said during WWII that he was not fighting against Hitler – he was fighting against Schiller. Churchill said that about the German nation. Nowadays, Western leaders are struggling not only against Putin as a symbol of Russia – they are trying to destroy the legacy of Tolstoy, Pushkin and Dostoevsky so that they never come back.

“The West is putting pressure on all of Russia’s initiatives. No reasonable arguments are given – there is no dialogue. Simply put, no matter what Russia may propose, Western politicians and media interpret it as something absurd, bad, evil, something aggressive and expansionist. Who is into expansionism here? There are thousands of army bases all over the world, transnational companies from the US and Western Europe control global economy – so who controls the world?

“The West sees Russia as a monster. Yet, I believe that there is nothing terrible there. It has always been like that: as soon as Russia appears as a strong power, the West tries to trash Russia. We could see that during the Crimean War, on the eve of the First and Second World Wars. Nevertheless, we must understand that the truth is on our side, as we are acting in the interests of our country. Politics is about defending interests, and Western leaders constantly reaffirm that.

“Russia protects its national interests, just like Western countries protect their own. We need to constantly remind the West of our interests and promote these interests no matter what. We should not succumb to pressure.

“When Russia is miserable, the West sees that as something normal. When Russia is rising, the West sees that as a threat. Yevgeny Primakov told me a story that literally shocked me. Andrei Kozyrev, when serving as foreign minister, told the Americans once that the Soviet Union was too much fixated on its national interests. Kozyrev told former US President Richard Nixon that the US could help us define our national interests. Can you imagine how low the then administration had fallen? That was the time when the West was happy to see Russia everywhere – in the G8, in the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe and so on.

“As soon as Russia realized that the so-called “universal values” were contrary to our national interests, that they infringed upon our sovereignty and brought chaos to the world, Russia took the position to protect its interests. In return, the West showed us its teeth ad claws. Our position must be clear and firm. We do not need to make excuses to anybody, we just need to do our job.”

“Why is the West demonizing Bashar al-Assad, comparing him to Hitler, calling him the butcher, who killed more than 200,000 Syrians?”

“We have seen examples like that in history before. Not that long ago, Western tabloids were calling Slobodan Milosevic the new Hitler too, the butcher of Belgrade. This resulted in the bombing and dismemberment of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Yugoslavia used to be a serious player in the region. Today, neither Serbia nor Montenegro have any significance in the region, let alone the narco-terrorist state – the so-called partially-recognized Republic of Kosovo. All this indirect evidence suggests that Milosevic was killed in the Hague prison. Today, multinational companies control the economic situation in these countries, starting from the banking sector and ending with the media and policy-makers.

“The same happened in Libya, where they demonized Gaddafi. Then US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton screamed with happiness in the camera when she learned about the brutal murder of Gaddafi – that’s how her brain was twisted. There was also Saddam Hussein in Iraq, and now it’s Assad’s turn in Syria. The West is attacking Assad not just because he is a demon or something – the West needs to dismember Syria.

Syria is already in chaos. There are four zones in the country: the Syrian Republic, Kurdistan, ISIL-controlled territories and an uncontrolled zone. Bashar Assad is a symbolic obstacle on the way to the dismemberment of Syria. If Assad is toppled, Syria will be dismembered just like Iraq and Libya were. If the West is demonizing a political leader, it means that the West has a goal to destroy his state. This is a litmus test.”

“What can you say about the talks in Geneva?”

“Of course, negotiations are vital in the settlement of any crisis. As they say, while diplomats talk – guns are silent. Unfortunately, with regard to the Syrian crisis, gun continue shooting. The Geneva talks have not brought any change. They were shrouded in the spirit of confrontation from the start. Western partners are trying to bring together representatives of clearly radical and terrorist groups. Of course, one can not equally approach the positions of the United States and Russia. It is the leading players that should come to an agreement among themselves.

As soon as the Russian Federation and the United States, representatives of leading European states agreed on the Iranian nuclear program, it was resolved. It maybe a temporary solution, but it is a solution that appeared as a result of progress in negotiations. The same was about Ukraine.

“One needs to negotiate with puppeteers of the Syrian crisis – those who initiated and supported it – the United States. We need to convince the Americans that Russia will not pedal back.”

Interview conducted by Galina Tychinskaya
Pravda.Ru

 

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11 Responses to "The West intends to destroy Russia mentally"

  1. Cold Wind  February 7, 2016 at 4:00 am

    Surely, you jest?

  2. rockwool  February 7, 2016 at 3:37 am

    Perfect example of what I’ve been saying, that Moscow is lost because it only referes to its interest, just like the West does.

    But the West is not lost, it is Lucifarian and thus claim “ONLY INTERESTS EXIST”, as opposed to JHVH who equals principles.

  3. Lazarus  February 6, 2016 at 10:33 pm

    Fletcher Prouty in “The Secret Team”, Chapter 20 “Khrushchev’s Challenge: the U2 Dilemma”, lays out a much different scenario:
    1. Gary Powers carried his own ID and he was NOT scrubbed clean. 2. It was sent on May 1, 1960 only 2 weeks before a major world peace conference with the USA and Soviet Union and other world powers. 3. p. 450 “the engine had stopped, and Powers was gliding the plane down from its extreme altitude. ..The normal combustion of the jet engine at that altitude had to be assisted by the infusion of a trace of raw hydrogen from a small liquid hydrogen cryogenic storage bottle…. The evidence that the engine would not re-start at 30,000 feet indicates that the trouble was most likely hydrogen deficiency… Powers was forced to let it spiral to earth… The elaborate pictures of the plane… show neither bullet damage or rocket fragment damage… p 454 “The men responsible for this flight were highly competent and they knew, that if the all important hydrogen bottle was only partially filled they could count on the plane’s coming down… p. 455 The President (Eisenhower) may have realized that he was not really in charge of events… p. 456 “All hope of a successful summit conference had gone.” 4. Most likely, rouge elements of the CIA (The Secret Team) sabotaged the flight and thereby scuttling the peace summit, therefore to continue their covert wars. Gary Powers’ U2 was not shot down by the Soviets.

  4. davor  February 6, 2016 at 8:49 pm

    As West politically and militarily doesn’t stand for more than two and a half countries, so they don’t have to be named or called West, they can just be named by their names. As well as economically etc.

  5. wjabbe  February 6, 2016 at 8:33 pm

    Google: Top ten Russian inventions which helped change the world: Here are the first five.
    1. The first radio by Alexander Popov, professor of physics.
    2. The first television by both Philo Farsworth and Vladimir Zworykin
    3. Petroleum Cracking: This cracking method was invented by Russian engineer Vladimir Shukhov, who also created the first industrial cracking unit in 1891.
    4. Synthetic Rubber by Sergei Lebedev. Russian Chemist.
    5. The Helicopter by Igor Sikorsky
    It is true that the United States environment of intellectual freedom fostered many magnificent inventions and many of these great Russian inventions were only realized in the U.S. However, Russia has produced some of the greatest scientists, engineers, chemists, physicists, mathematicians and artists and composers as well. A Russian discovered the Periodic Table but was denied the first Nobel Prize for it in 1900. This is not a complete list of their many contributions to civilization despite being hamstrung by Communism. I assume this is really what your post intended to say.

  6. Cold Wind  February 6, 2016 at 5:55 pm

    In speaking of the “West”, we are speaking of psychopathy, a fathomless moral decadence and of a political ponerology. The “West” is enmired in an anti-renaissance, pedophilia and self-hatred. Collectively, it is little more than a death cult. This is what chooses to destroy Russia! God forbid!!

  7. davor  February 6, 2016 at 4:45 pm

    West is too broad a term, there is English and American officials and brainstormers that pursue these stories and that is hardly a 15% of the West. They are really pathetic, however they get paid enormous sums of money when they are to lecture third world countries on how to apply and associate with their invention of demonization policies. For me personally there is no difference between Stalin and Cheney, they are equally insane, rigid and genocidal, together with accompanying establishment and administration.

    • davor  February 6, 2016 at 8:43 pm

      Certainly, and it refers to very small group of occult and powerful, but when British or American leaders or officials speak ex cathedra they always say crap like “we stand united” or “the world is united with us” or “the international community is with us” that is all pile of imaginative propaganda, the fact is that nobody stands with them, especially lately on Libya, Syria or Russia. Nobody is united with you, you war monsters, you are assholes beyond this world. They are alone in their moron business and there is noone that will help their war credentials anymore. Certainly when someone says West in a political context he probably doesn’t refer to Mexico or Portugal or whatever. There is only one military and political doctrine that has coined the political version of the term West and it is the one from London and Washington, two faces of the same medal.

  8. Emma Yacht  February 6, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    Sevastyanovs… it’s okay if you hate a group. Feel free to hate, although it is a tedious emotion and often blinds the hater to logic. You can rant and rave all you like, but in the past, just about the time Russia allegedly doesn’t “invent or create anything”, they shoot down the Great Innovator’s U2… Remember Gary Powers?

    I met some of the Jewish émigré scientists who were proud of the fact that they developed a missile to bring down the U2. So, I wouldn’t be so cocky. I’m not pro Russian, but I respect some of their scientists and inventors, and their track record is just that.

    • Emma Yacht  February 7, 2016 at 3:41 pm

      Seriously Gennady & Lidiya, you sound like Zbiggie’s left and right titz trying to pipe up in a windstorm. Curb your hatred. You can only finish 2nd in this debate. There are Samovars. The 1st historically recorded samovar-makers in Russia were the Lisitsyn brothers, Ivan Fyodorovich and Nazar Fyodorovich… In 1778 they made a samovar & the same year Nazar Lisitsyn registered the first samovar-making factory in Russia. They may not have been the inventors of the samovar, but they were the 1st documented samovar-makers, and their various & beautiful samovar designs became very influential throughout the later history of samovar-making. These and other early producers lived in Tula, a city known for its metalworkers and arms-makers. Since the 18th century, Tula has been also the main center of Russian samovar production, with tul’sky samovar being the brand mark of the city. (Wikipedia)

  9. cynthiamaccioli  February 6, 2016 at 1:59 pm

    Actually, the Germans, Chinese and Japanese had a lot to do with USA comfort. And don’t forget the US produces nothing anymore, except terror. Also, returning from China and many countries in South America also highlights for me the lack of progress in my own country compared to foreign countries especially their mass transit which doesn’t exist here, to say nothing of their affordable medicine.
    In most every aspect I can say that the US is way behind the 8 ball compared to many many countries.

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