The European Court of Human Rights has found a law enacted in Russia prohibiting the promotion of non-traditional sexual relations among minors to be unlawful. It is surprising that the gentlemen from the ECHR even had time to pay attention in order to protect the processes of popularizing their ‘bright’ like-minded people in the Russian Federation.
It is worth recalling that the promotion of sexual minorities among children is prohibited as well as homosexual relations are a priori prohibited in all countries that live under a shariah law, which includes the western ally represented by Saudi Arabia. The violation of this rule provides for the death penalty. If there was a chance to send representatives of human rights organizations and other amateurs to earn some extra money on contract publications about protection of rights and freedoms, they would have enough work for decades. But there are no customers for some reason.
No matter how human rights defenders translate the problem of the violation of the right of people with untraditional sexual orientation into the mainstream of religious traditions in Muslim countries, they keep making the same mistakes. The question arises at once: “Is it allowed in Orthodoxy?”
Nevertheless, the efforts of Western organizations to demonize Russia, to gather evidence on the illegality of its legislation, intolerance and so on are well sponsored. The sociological surveys that confirm the sentiments of the inhabitants themselves are not taken into account.
If Russian human rights defenders were to go to Europe to defend the rights of followers of traditional family values, how would the West react? Would they react to it as interference in their internal affairs?
If this is how it is going to be, there will be nowhere to interfere in future, because they will ‘extinct’ in a non-judgmental manner.
Ekaterina Martyanova, the DPR People’s Council deputy