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WATCH: Brilliant Kremlin Ad Ridiculing and Condemning Gay Marriage and Adoption (Video)


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More evidence that the Russian government is not in the grips of the Globohomo establishment, like the West is.

Imagine an elite and an establishment that promotes good, healthy things that will benefit their people, not corrup them?

This is a very well-made video. Why can't Western governments do something like this?  Why, because they are completely controlled by wealthy Jewish interests that want to push Globohomo. It's that simple.

Here's some of the transcript, via the Moscow Times, which predictably lamented the 'anti-gay message' of the video:

In the video made by a media group called Patriot linked to U.S.-sanctioned Putin ally Yevgeny Prigozhin, a small boy from a Russian orphanage finds out he is being adopted by a gay couple.

"Here's your new mum. Don't be upset," one of them says while the other pulls out a dress for him to wear.

"What Russia do you choose?" the voiceover says. 

"Decide the future of the country. Vote for the amendments to the constitution."

Patriot's head Nikolai Stolyarchuk said in a statement on Tuesday that the video was "not campaigning against homosexuals" but "defending the institute of family as a union of a man and a woman," while adding he disapproves of adoption by gay couples.

The vote will not in fact affect Russia's existing lack of gay marriage or official adoption by gay couples. 

Since returning to the Kremlin in 2012, Putin has brought in legislation banning "gay propaganda" to minors that has been used to silence activists and shut down gay pride events.

The video is similar to another great one from 2018, which went super-viral. Very funny: (this one has English captions)


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