Marina:Folks, Be careful with any Western sources reporting on any events in Russia or Belarus as well. They are very biased and hardly ever reflect any truth. For example, they constantly talk about demographic crisis in Russia. There is no demographic crisis in Russia at the moment. There WAS indeed a real CRISIS in the 90s when the drunkard Yeltsin was the country’s president but the real power was in the hands of the Jewish oligarchs. This crisis, however, has been gradually arrested. Just recently we heard good news - the population increased by one million. It may not yet be a lot but it is a real progress if we consider what was happening before. You will, however, never hear anything about it in the Western media. About Islam in Russia. There are no Muslims going on the rampage in Moscow. Moscow is not another Paris or London. If you come to Moscow or Russia illegally and you look like someone from Central Asia you keep a low profile because you will be immediately deported if the police find you have no papers. Russia does accept some guest workers but only from former Soviet Republics which include Central Asian countries, Georgia, Ukraine, Armenia, Moldova, Azerbeidjan etc. However, you have to get the right kind of visa and it is not easy to get it. You need to know the language and need to pass special tests. There are two groups of Muslims in Russia: native Muslims and Muslims from former Soviet Republics. The first group are Russian citizens - they have always been part of Russia. The second group are treated as foreigners. It’s difficult for them to get Russian citizenship. Most of them simply come to work and leave. Only a small number - usually well educated and open-minded ones stay in Russia. Russia’s native Muslims are ethnically diverse, they include: Tatars, Bashkirs in the Ural region and Chechens, peoples of Dagestan, Ingush, Karachays, Circassians and a few other groups in the Caucasus region. But in the Caucasus there are also large numbers of native Christians, usually ethnic Ossetians and Abkhazians. Tatars are the largest Muslim group in Russia in terms of numbers. They are also the most Russianized group. More than that - there is a large number of Orthodox Christian Tatars. You can meet someone called Ivan Ivanovich Ivanov and he will be a Tatar and a Christain and you will meet someone called Rinat Akhmetovich Islamov and he will also be a Tatar and also a Christian. There are countless numbers of churches - some of them recently built - all over Tatarstan (http://www.kazan.eparhia.ru/temples/). Of course in the past Russia had some conflicts with its Muslim neighbors. These Muslim neighbors could be a nuisance but they never posed a real threat to the Russian Christian culture. Russia was able to deal with them. The major blows to the Russian culture came not from Muslims but from the West, from its anti-Christian ideologies which were put into by anti-Christian Westernized, mostly Jewish, ideologues. If we look at the situation now, we can see that the major enemy of the Russian culture and Orthodox Christianity are not Muslims but the so-called opposition which is mostly made up of Yeltsin’s former politicians, cosmopolitans, sexual perverts, radical feminists, anarchists etc. Needless to say, lots of them are either Jewish or have links with Jews. All of these people hate Putin and hate the Russian Church. They look up to the West for inspiration and they are the major apostles of Cultural Marxism. Putin’s strategy does not involve a direct attack on the Jews for being Jews. Such a strategy would be a disaster. We only have to remember how much noise was being made in the Western media when Khodorkovsky was arrested, tried and put in prison and other oligarchs had to flee. Putin was careful not to play any “anti-Semitic” card as this would give his enemies and opponents a reason to make him into another Hitler. There are still rich Jews in Russia but they have to be careful. No one will put them in prison just for being Jewish but they might end up behind bars for being anti-Russian or working against Russia’s national interests. So, they have to be careful what they do with the money and what deals they make and with whom. At the same time Putin has been giving a lot of support to the Church and the rebirth of Christianity. Religion has made a real comeback. Christianity is the best remedy to cure the world from the Zionist disease.
tisdag 29 maj 2012
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