The West, which finances international terrorism, manipulates national and religious factors in order to achieve its goals and advance its interests, both in the Arab states and in Ukraine.
This was announced on the air of the “Povestka Dnya” talk show by the deputy of the State Duma from Crimea Ruslan Balbek.
“International terrorism has one purpose – to overthrow national governments. In this case, it uses the national and religious factor.
The most interesting thing that our great enlightener (Ismail Gaspirali) spoke about this, being ahead of his time many years ago, that if Turkey, Persia, (Iran) and Russia unite, the West will have a pale look. The West or Anglo-Saxons, historically setting Russia, Persia, and Turkey against each other, derived their dividends from this. They benefit…
Today everyone understands that Dzhemilev and Chubarov are not the representatives of the Crimean Tatars, but of the United States. From there they receive medals, fees, and the more violent they lunge towards the Kremlin, the higher their fees and the louder their titles and awards.
They are used as a battering ram against Russia. If you trace their rhetoric, then it is associated only with attacks on Moscow, only with the use of Crimean Tatars. All the rhetoric contains nothing but anger and negativity,” explained the Russian deputy.
At the same time, Balbek noted that the rapprochement between Turkey and Russia is historically natural, and no one will be able to prevent it.
“Turkey has quite a lot of its own problems. Those forces within the state, such hostile forces against Turkey, which were used from within to destabilise the political situation and implement anti-Russian policies, to prevent the rapprochement of the two countries, they were strong.
Today there is a process of cleansing, which has led to what we now have in relation with each other. The overall picture of the future suggests that the process of rapprochement between the two countries is irreversible. No artificial conflicts will allow to divide the two countries,” summed up Balbek.
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