US State Department Defends Russian Sodomites

On November 17, 2010 the US State Department published another annual International Religious Freedom Report. Naturally, one of the chapters is devoted to Russia. While explicitly advocating the interests of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Scientologists, Seventh-day Adventists, non-authorized ‘Islamic’ preachers and other sects, the document states:

“In July 2009 a group of academics, human rights advocates, and parents began collecting signatures for an appeal to President Medvedev protesting against “clericalization of general schools.” In October 2009 at the opening of the Fifth Annual International Conference on Religion, Conflict, and Peace at Saint Petersburg State University, students organized an anticlerical campaign and distributed leaflets.”

But there was no remark in the report that this appeal has never received any support from Russian public and so was NOT sent to President. I personally haven’t even heard last summer about this initiative. The author of the appeal, a certain Vladimir Abdrashitov, is an absolutely unknown person in Russia. The petition was not signed by any influential ‘academic’ or ‘human rights advocate’. The Russian Public Chamber has expressly endorsed the 2009 Presidential decision to introduce the course on history of religions in Russian public schools.

There was neither a mention that all anti-Christian or anti-Muslim campaigns in Russia face harsh and overwhelming condemnation here. If you compare the average numbers of gay-marchers, journalists and security personnel protecting these geeks from outraged bystanders that would be a funny proportion. The total number of students who ‘organized an anticlerical campaign and distributed leaflets’ in Saint Petersburg last year was TWO. Interestingly, they were a known homosexual pair, and they were thrown out of the conference hall immediately after the escapade.

Alexander Sotnichenko, Senior Analyst for the St. Petersburg Modern Middle East Research Centre and Associate Professor of Department of International Relations (St. Petersburg State University) has commented this report:

“I’m not surprised that the State Department has drawn attention to these particular facts but not the general trend of notable increase in the Russian Church parishioners, huge number of new cathedrals under construction, multiple Christian Youth conferences being held in Russia and so on. I’ve repeatedly said that the U.S. seeks for chaotization of Eurasia including Russia. They are very concerned by the fact that the Russian Orthodox Church is still the most powerful consolidating force in Russia. So they will keep supporting any anti-clerical and immoral groupings and individuals aspiring to weaken and corrupt Russian society.”

“The students who committed the provocation in Saint Petersburg claim they are the stalwarts of neo-Trotskyism and neoliberalism. The modern American and European societies are already infected by these ideologies and propagate them worldwide. The root of these ideologies is crystal clear.”

“Any provocation has a financial source. There are plenty of international ‘humanitarian’ foundations providing donations to sects, ‘anti-clerical’ and ‘human rights’ associations in Russia that just work off the money. None of these foundations has a mere sign of objectivity when supporting different social organizations. If the US State Department draws international attention to an insignificant freak of two pederasts, the Russians have no doubt about who inspired that act.”

31 Comments

  1. This is the second time I’ve encountered an allegation of sodomy on this website. What is precisely the context of Oriental Review’s problem with the practise? Is it based on religious grounds, or perhaps a socialist leftover from the struggle against “Western decadence”? Which quaint mechanism is at work in disqualifying people’s political beliefs on the basis of what goes on in the privacy of their bedrooms?

  2. @E.Spengler
    First, I never post ‘allegations’ of sodomy. I openly and categorically condemn this, as you call it, ‘practice’. I strongly believe that any human right can be based on human Dignity only and there is no dignity in sin. I do not struggle ‘Western decadence’. Their decadence is the problem of the West. I just want to show that there is no way to contaminate Russia and (hopefully) many other countries with the bacilli of moral corruption…

  3. Muslims in Russia (15-20 million), like in the US (8-11 million) – are the largest religious minority. However, in bot countries they’re treated like the Jews were persecuted in Europe in the past. Daily false-flag operations are carried in both countries to demonize Muslims. The US is occupying Muslim Afghanistan and Iraq while Russians are occupying Chechnya.

    http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2009/02/02/chechnya-without-chechens/

    United States happens to be home to world’s largest gay/lesbian community (28-31 million) and Tel Aviv prides itself being the PINK CITY.

    http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2010/04/09/jews-and-brahmins-%e2%80%93-birds-of-a-feather/

  4. @Rehmat
    No comment about Muslims in the US, I leave it for American Muslims to comment.
    I suggest you to come to Chechnya to speak to the people and see how Muslims live there. Before you buy the tickets, please take time to look at the following link:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXJrI2Imkng (On the opening of the biggest mosque in Europe in 2008 – how do you think where is it?)
    By the way, Jews are masters in inventing fairy tales about their ‘poor’ survival under suppressions. You are showing us that other Semites are taking up the historical lessons :)

  5. Andre Fomine – I will quote an Israeli Jewish mother with PhD what she told the EU parliament in 2005 – about West’s fear of Muslims. And if I am not mistaken – Russia is also part of Europe, isn’t it?

    http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2009/09/05/israeli-mother-who-refuses-to-shut-up/

  6. @Rehmat
    Russia is NOT a part of contemporary liberal Europe which is an appendix to the US&UK-based global elites. We are under constant ideological pressure by European parliament as well. Hopefully Russian ruling class will not surrender to them.
    Culturally, yes, Europe belongs to Christian civilization and despite their multi-century apostasy, Europeans still have a chance to return to their cultural roots, shared by the Russians.
    Russians do not fear Muslims, we are brothers.

  7. Andre Fomine – You must have some very peculiar definition of ‘liberalism’. If Europe is liberal then how come it’s insulting Islam and Christianity is considered ‘freedom of press’, but criticism of Holocaust is crime?

    If Russian Christians consider Muslims as ‘brothers’ then why they’re killing Chechen Muslims?

    http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2010/12/04/chechnya-the-israeli-connection/

  8. @Rehmat
    For me ‘liberalism’ is a deceiving concept aimed to justify the corruption of human nature. This is no Liberty in ‘liberalism’, moreover it is an utmost slavery. ‘Liberals’ are slaves of vices.
    There is only one Liberty of a Human being – a Liberty to choose Good or Evil. When first Chechen president Dudaev ordered to release criminals from prisons in 1991, an orgy of murder and violence was unleashed there. 150 thousand Russians, who didn’t escape, have just disappeared. The Muslims: Ingushs, Dagestanis, Tatars were also suffering. By 2000 Moscow has broke up the criminal enclave there. We were fighting not Muslims but criminals. Or you can name a Muslim anybody who just cut a throat of a Russian?
    The late Chechen president Ahmed Kadyrov, Grand Mufti and father of current president Ramzan Kadyrov was assassinated in a terrorist act in May 2004. Who are more Muslims: he or those who committed this crime?

  9. In other words – you support the colonial regimes as long as it serves your distorted definition of liberalism? Hasn’t the Zionist mafia blamed Muslims for terrorism as they did to Communists in the past, even though USSR was ruled by mostly Jewish communists?

    The late Chechen president Ahmed Kadyrov, Grand Mufti and father of current president Ramzan Kadyrov was assassinated because they were traitor to Chechen people. Pity, they were not ‘honored’ as the Jewish American traitors are done in the US.

    Who are occupying foreign lands – Muslims or Judeo-Christians? And if you want to know who really or the terrorists – them my boy you would not find Muslims among this list prepared by some non-Muslim.

    http://www.gnosticliberationfront.com/zionist%20crimes%20history.htm

  10. @Rehmat
    I support justice, truth and traditional morals and frankly can’t understand your irritation after my post. If you think you are a Muslim you should understand that we are in the same boat…

  11. Telling truth on the face of a conman – is a part of being a proud Muslim – or rather a “radical Muslim”.

    http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2009/04/02/nothing-wrong-being-a-radical-muslim/

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  13. Rehmat, you are misunderstanding what Andre is conveying and believes in. Pleaes do not let your emotions automatically dismiss or overlook what the other person is saying. We literally are on the same boat under one God and for truth and justice inshAllah. If you know anything about Andre, you would know that he stands for the same exact thing.

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    Hinduism (orthodox Agamic and Vedic practices) are basically in consonance with Christian teachings on morality.

    Varnashrama Dharma teaches the proper place of sexuality (both continence and marriage) in the householders lives, as well as in that of the yogis.

    I hope that the Orthodox do not fall for the westernized version of Hinduism being presented.

    You may be interested in the work of Rajiv Malhotra, especially after the no doubt staged provocations which resulted in the banning of the Bhagavad Gita.

    In spite of the misuse of Hindu and Buddhist texts by Blavatsky, orthodox Hinduism, Sanatana Dharma is the mother of Christianity and it is only through each religion understanding its mother, that true tolerance will be established.

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    Hinduism (orthodox Agamic and Vedic practices) are basically in consonance with Christian teachings on morality.

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