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Russian children get gay love books from the West
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Posted on 09/05/2013 5:23:52 AM PDT by kronos77

Another "book" scandal erupted in Vladimir, Russia. Local Ombudsman for Children Gennady Prokhorychev came across children's literature of a very specific nature in a local bookstore. Formally, the book was one of the many "encyclopedias" on the burning topic of sex and where kids come from.

There is a need in such literature, of course. However, the age of the audience must be regarded accordingly. After all, what can be told to 13 -15 year-olds may not be suitable for younger children.

The creators of the said "Encyclopedia" for the youngest clearly decided to make it generic and talk about "forbidden" topics openly. This is borderline pornography and public corruption of the younger generation.

However, this was not even the most peculiar feature of the book in question. The original edition was prepared in the U.S., and in Russia it was only translated and localized. For example, American women Mary and Ellen were transformed into "Aunt Masha" and "Aunt Lena." A respectable American book has to display the ubiquitous "tolerance."

The pages of the book have excerpts on issues "how people become gay," "how gays and lesbians make love" with corresponding pictures. Of course, the book is not saying that LGBT community are perverts who avoid the attention of psychiatrists only by virtue of the power of gay lobby, but is claiming that such relationships are normal. They say that the most important thing is feelings and there are different manifestations of them, and there is nothing to be ashamed of.

(Excerpt) Read more at english.pravda.ru ...


TOPICS: Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: children; gay; hommosexualism; russia

1 posted on 09/05/2013 5:23:52 AM PDT by kronos77
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To: kronos77

Didn’t these folks already go through this crap with Stalin? This is history repeating itself, is it not?


2 posted on 09/05/2013 5:25:46 AM PDT by albie (re)
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To: kronos77

Putin will put a stop to the Americanization of Russia.


3 posted on 09/05/2013 5:26:46 AM PDT by Lazamataz (Early 2009 to 7/21/2013 - RIP my little girl Cathy. You were the best cat ever. You will be missed.)
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To: albie

Did Stalin promote the homos too?

or...?

There is a book called ‘The Pink Swastika’ that outlines how the homosexuals rose to power in Hitler’s Germany, and the horrible aftermath we all know about.


4 posted on 09/05/2013 5:27:21 AM PDT by Mr. K (Lies, Damned Lies, Statistics, and then Democrat Talking Points.)
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To: kronos77

I am so fricking mortified by these pervs being let loose on the world.

It ain’t what God intended


5 posted on 09/05/2013 5:27:24 AM PDT by yldstrk (My heroes have always been cowboys)
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To: yldstrk

No kidding, I am embarrassed for my country to be sending crap like that to other countries. Does Obama’s regiments of fags also send out literature to the open minded muzzie communities of the world...I doubt it.


6 posted on 09/05/2013 5:35:43 AM PDT by Mouton (The insurrection laws perpetuate what we have for a government now.)
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To: Mr. K
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7 posted on 09/05/2013 5:37:15 AM PDT by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: kronos77

Is ‘ombudsman’ another way of saying ‘change agent’ or some one engaged in undermining?


8 posted on 09/05/2013 5:42:50 AM PDT by Jack Hydrazine (I’m not a Republican, I'm a Conservative! Pubbies haven't been conservative since before T.R.)
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To: kronos77

We used to send Christian missionaries. Now we send chicken-hawk literature.


9 posted on 09/05/2013 5:43:59 AM PDT by AD from SpringBay (http://jonah2eight.blogspot.com/)
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To: yldstrk
I am so fricking mortified by these pervs being let loose on the world.

I'm convinced the devil is gay and liberal

10 posted on 09/05/2013 6:24:05 AM PDT by dragonblustar
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To: kronos77

They must have received copies of the Illinois Comprehensive Sex Curriculum that teaches 4th grader step-by-step sexual gratification and other explicit topics.


11 posted on 09/05/2013 6:29:50 AM PDT by stars & stripes forever
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To: Jack Hydrazine
Ombudsman is a “peoples attorney” it is European institution that you can appeal to if your rights are affected. Actually I am at the moment appealing against decisions of local city council and asking Ombudsman to force them to pay the damages. Pretty cool and working.
12 posted on 09/05/2013 8:47:12 AM PDT by kronos77 (Kosovo is Serbian Jerusalem. No Serbia without Kosovo.)
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To: Jack Hydrazine
Russia[edit source | editbeta] The Russian Federation's Commissioner for Human Rights (ombudsman) position is currently held by Vladimir Lukin. The Commissioner is appointed for a fixed term by the Parliament. The ombudsman cannot be dismissed before the end of his term, and is not subordinate to any body of power, including the President or the Government.[90] Russia’s 83 administrative regions have the right to elect a local ombudsman whose authority is limited to that region. Fewer than half have done so.[91] There is also a Children's Rights Commissioner post, appointed by the President, currently held by Pavel Astakhov. In June 2012 Vladimir Putin signed Executive Order on the Presidential Commissioner for Entrepreneurs’ Rights – Boris Titov.[92] Serbia[edit source | editbeta] In Serbia, the Protector of Citizens of the Republic of Serbia[93] (Ombudsman) is an independent state authority, mandated to protect human rights and freedoms. It was introduced into the legal system in 2005 by the Law on Ombudsman and confirmed by the Constitution of Serbia in 2006. Ombudsman is elected by the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia[94] for a five-year-term and is accountable to the Assembly for his work. The Ombudsman enjoys the same immunity as a member of the parliament. The first Serbian Ombudsman, Saša Janković,[95] was elected by the National Assembly in July 2007. He has four deputies,[96] who are specialized in several fields, especially the protection of rights of persons deprived of liberty, gender equality, children rights, minority rights and rights of people with disabilities. The Ombudsman has competence to oversee the work of government agencies, the bodies authorized for legal protection of property rights and interests of the Republic of Serbia and other bodies and organizations, enterprises and institutions which have been delegated public authority. He has no jurisdiction over the National Assembly, the President, the Government, the Constitutional Court, courts and Public Prosecutor’s Office. The Ombudsman initiates proceedings following the complaint of a citizen or on his own initiative. State administration bodies are legally obliged to cooperate with the Ombudsman and to provide him access to their premises and all data in their possession, regardless of the degree of secrecy, when of interest to the investigation in process or the Ombudsman’s preventive actions. As a result of an investigation, the Ombudsman may recommend dismissal of an official considered responsible for violation of the rights of citizens, may initiate disciplinary procedures against public administration employees, and may require initiation of penal, offence or other adequate procedure. The Ombudsman can also act preemptively, by offering advice and opinion on issues within his competence, to enhance the operation of the administration authorities and strengthen the protection of human liberties and rights. The Ombudsman is entitled to propose laws within its scope of competence, give opinions to the Government and the National Assembly on regulations under preparation and address the Constitutional Court to challenge the constitutionality of laws. The Ombudsman provides the National Assembly with an annual report on his work and findings as well as with other special reports. The Ombudsman has full membership in the European Ombudsman Institute[97] (EOI), the International Ombudsman Association[98] (IOA), the European Network of Ombudspersons for Children[99] (ENOC) and the Association of Mediterranean Ombudsmen[100] (AMO). In May 2010, it was accredited with 'A' status as the national human rights institution.
13 posted on 09/05/2013 8:52:19 AM PDT by kronos77 (Kosovo is Serbian Jerusalem. No Serbia without Kosovo.)
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