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Mar Sep 25 06:47:27 MDT 2007
Los otros días hablábamos de la juventud "nashi"
También del envejecimiento / caída de la población
rusa y el problema geopolítico que se cierne.
Ante lo cual:
- La Juventud Rusa se ha movilizado para salvar la
- Organizan campamentos para jóvenes de ambos sexos en
- Tienen áreas especiales - Oasis de Amor - donde no
los jodan - "but they have designated a special area
at the dormitories, the Love Oasis, for young men and
women to engage in sexual intercourse"
- Han PROHIBIDO los preservativos (According to the
Mail, condoms are unavailable in the camp.)
¡San Igor de Pskov te bendiga Vladimir Vladimirovich!
- Entre las actividades de los campamentos:
a. propaganda anti-occidental
c. estimular los casamientos entre los concurrentes
(The nationalistic camp involves two weeks of
lectures, reported by some Western sources as being
little more than anti-Western "propaganda," as well as
a strenuous regimen of physical exercise. Numerous
young couples have also been married at the camp, with
25 couples being married at the beginning of the first
week, and ten to be married at the beginning of the
Por supuesto que el occidental que escribe la nota ve
el problema del aborto en conflicto con la nueva
Pero la necesidad geopolítica terminará por prevalecer
frente a la ideología abortista.
¡Dios salve a la cristiana Rusia!
PD: a Goro:
El tcnl Armando Valiente acaba de regresar de Rusia.
Lo llama a Ricciardelli totalmente sorprendido por la
explosión de nacionalismo y religión que vio.
La "Tercera Roma" es una cosa seria
Russian Youth Group Encourages "More Sex" to Save
Motherland from Dwindling Population
By: An_American on: 25.09.2007 [00:49 ] (67 reads)
Looks like the west isn't the only place that bears
some likeness to Nazi Germany, but this is certainly
the better way to do it.
By John Jalsevac
MOSCOW, Russia, July 30, 2007 (LifeSIteNews.com) - A
Russian nationalist youth group is encouraging youth
to have more sex in an effort to combat the nation's
devastating demographic crisis, reports the Daily
In a lengthy special report the Daily Mail documents
the activities of the Nashi youth movement, which is
sponsoring a summer camp attended by some 10,000
Russian youth this summer. Not only are Nashi
organizers encouraging the youth to have more sex, but
they have designated a special area at the
dormitories, the Love Oasis, for young men and women
to engage in sexual intercourse. According to the
Mail, condoms are unavailable in the camp.
"They The pre-historic mammoths became extinct because
they did not have enough sex. That must not happen to
Russia," said a Nashi organizer to a group of
The nationalistic camp involves two weeks of lectures,
reported by some Western sources as being little more
than anti-Western "propaganda," as well as a strenuous
regimen of physical exercise. Numerous young couples
have also been married at the camp, with 25 couples
being married at the beginning of the first week, and
ten to be married at the beginning of the second.
While many people, especially in the West, are finding
in the Kremlin-initiated, and Kremlin-loyal Nashi
youth group a disturbing image of similar groups
started up in Nazi-era Germany, the camp's approach to
sex is further evidence that the Russian government is
not unaware that a demographic crisis is leading the
entire Russian nation towards an early grave.
In late 2006, statistics indicated that Russia's
population is withering away by at least 700,000
people each year, emptying the northern and eastern
regions of Russia, and leaving hundreds of abandoned
"ghost villages" dotting the Russian landscape.
Although the Russian government has wrestled with
creative proposals to defuse the rapidly unfolding
demographic crisis, including a so-called "sterility
tax," Russia's politicians still continue to remain
silent about addressing the elephant in the room,
Russia's unfettered culture of abortion. Abortions
outnumber Russian births by a ratio of 2-1, and have
been a part of Russia since the then Communist country
became the first nation in the world to legalize
abortion in 1920. It is estimated that 70% of all
pregnancies end in abortion.
High abortion rates also go statistically hand in hand
with sexually permissive cultures, and as such it
seems unlikely that Nashi's policy of encouraging
"more sex" is going to solve Russia's demographic
problem. While sex does lead to pregnancies and
child-birth, without putting in place the moral order
whereby abortion and contraception are seen as evils
to be condemned and monogamous marriage as a
foundational good, "more sex" will likely only lead to
even higher rates of HIV and other sexually
transmitted diseases, adding even more to the long
list of Russia's ills
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