MOSCOW (Realist English). The process of denazification of the Ukraine should be accompanied by the deliberalization of Russia, because Nazism and liberalism are twin brothers, said Russian political philosopher Alexander Shchipkov in his author’s program on the TV channel “Spas”.
“The process of denazification is underway in the liberated territories, which was announced by Vladimir Putin. But if we do not carry out deliberalization on the territory of Russia, we will not succeed. It should be two simultaneous processes. The current liberalism directly supports Nazism. A Western rule-of-law state can exist only when it shifts the costs of unfreedom and disenfranchisement onto someone else’s shoulders. The West can be free only if there are not free countries and states nearby, at the expense of which it lives and develops,” the philosopher believes.
In his opinion, the Anglo-Saxons created two ideologies for Ukrainian Russophobes—nationalists – the Uniate-Bandera and neo-Pagan ones.
“They work in parallel, the nazification of the Ukraine is carried out with the help of two ideologies, not one. Russia should oppose them with one ideology — clear, clean and whole,” Alexander Shchipkov emphasizes.
Previously, politician Sergei Kurginyan said that the Ukraine has managed to actualize the historical time, recreating the ideology, turning Bandera into the strongest weapon. He is convinced that Russia cannot survive without ideology, but its development should not be led by the bureaucratic apparatus.