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The Political Opposition of Moscow Gathered Yesterday to Promote Selling Kids…

My goodness, I did not realize that there are so many greedy folks in Russia (I thought America had that wrapped up!) – Only stupid people would demand selling their children to a sinking ship – just as the rats are jumping off…

My goodness gracious Mr Putin, someone in Russia should really make a very serious effort to educate these folks – unless of course they are so desperate to join the unemployed – uninsured – unloved – uneducated unfed folks on fantasy US island….

Maybe Russians should be encouraged to study real American history – each and everyday day until they get the message about what America is really about. Not hard to find them, they all smiled and said cheese for the cameras, as they beat the drums to sell children…

Also Russia needs to get the word out about the new programs that are being put in place to change the way things have been done in the past with orphanages. Changes take time and sending babies to other countries is detrimental to all aspects of Russia…

Hypocrisy is the worst moral crime Russian Opposition! Just remember that! Millions of Americans want to get out of the United States and in fact many are leaving. Most of those leaving the U.S. are going to Canada, the U.K., Australia and yes even Russia and China. Finally, the people on the streets of Moscow yesterday demanding that they be allowed to export Russia’s little babies to the U.S. do not care about reality or facts or anything else…

Their job is to make Putin and Russia look bad…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…


  1. AlenaSrt January 14, 2013

    In 1616 first group of African slaves were sold in the state of Virginia. In 1808, the U.S. banned importation of slaves. However, this ruling did not ban the sales salves already in the U.S nor did it banned the practice of slavery. Instead of importation, slaves were locally produced through system of coercion such as mass rape of black women by their white masters. This inhumane practice of breeding human being for slavery continued in the United States until the end of 19th century. One of the ugliest moments in the history of U.S. slavery was the 1857 the U.S. Supreme Court case of Dred Scott. In that year a slave by the name of Dred Scott demanded freedom from slavery. The U.S. Supreme Court turned down his request. Dred Scott was determined to be a property not a human being who is entitled to freedom. Despite the mythology of the U.S. Civil war, in reality the war was not about ending Slavery. This is because in 1896, the infamous case of Plessy V Ferguson imposed legalized racial segregation. This disgusting racist law was firmly in place when the United States went to war in WWII against Germany. Ironically, Germany and the United States had identical laws when it comes to race. Plessy V. Ferguson was overturned only in 1954 in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Brown Vs. The Board of Education. These are key moment to the background of the current American quest for the little white orphans from Russia. Are the Russians too dumb not understand blatant racialist agenda behind white Americans quest to important little white babies from Russia?

  2. admin Post author | January 14, 2013

    Thanks and a very good comment!

  3. admin Post author | January 14, 2013

    GORKI, January 14 (Itar-Tass) — Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev instructed Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets to organise, within the shortest time possible, the implementation of the presidential decree on the protection of orphans.

    At a traditional meeting with his deputies on Monday, January 17, Medvedev stressed that the issue of adoptions had raised a tremendous public reaction in society late last year, and it still continues.

    “Different opinions were expressed, which is not surprising, but what everyone agrees to – both those who criticise laws and those who support them – is that we should solve this problem in the country in principle. I mean the problem of orphans,” the prime minister said.

    He said this would mean not only creating conditions for placing children in families but also ensuring order in children’s homes.

    The so-called Dima Yakovlev Law, which entered into force on January 1, contains different measures of social support to those who have decided to adopt a child.

    Medvedev stressed that the problem should be solved “comprehensively”.

  4. admin Post author | January 14, 2013

    Moscow’s march for children’s right looks unnatural. 49101.jpeg

    On Sunday, January 13th, Moscow and several other cities of Russia held protest actions against the “Law of Dima Yakovlev”. The formal pretext for the actions was not even the law per se, but the section of it, which refers to the ban on adoptions of Russian children by U.S. citizens.

    Not surprisingly, liberal oppositionists went to protest against the law. The column for the action called “The march against scoundrels” was headed by Boris Nemtsov, Mikhail Kasyanov and Vladimir Ryzhkov. All of them have certain political ties with European countries and the U.S.. Therefore, their participation in the action seemed quite natural.

    There was another thing that seemed unnatural. It goes about the fact that coordinator of the “Left Front,” Sergei Udaltsov, and the radical left in general also took part in the action. It would seem that because of their political views, they should not support the ban on adoptions (at least not publicly), nor should they stand up against it. Things proved to be different, though.

    Sergei Udaltsov said before the march that the U.S. was not an apologist, but the “monstrous law” should be canceled. Cases of violence committed against adopted children in the U.S. are rare, he said, and therefore require only pinpoint measures. More importantly, the law, according to Udaltsov, was passed by illegitimate deputies, senators and president. Therefore, during the action, the participants of the march will demand both houses of the parliament should be disbanded and the president should resign, the coordinator of the Left Front said.

    Sergei Udaltsov’s wife Anastasia was far more logical for a leftist person, who wrote on her Twitter: “The march against scoundrels is, again, not the thing that one needs. Why sending children to foreigners, when one needs to solve the problems of these children here?”

    By the way, the coordinator of the Left Front became the main “star” of the action. Fortunately, he did not find himself in a paddy wagon during the first minutes of the action.

    There were two columns of participants this time – the leftist and the liberal ones. Nationalists declined the idea to participate – although there were people, who occasionally shouted “Glory of Russia!”

    The Moscow rally had little in common with the protection of children’s rights. That were “Hands off the kids!” banners – but that was basically all that reminded people of the reason, for which, the march was organized. Well, there were also even posters with pictures of the President, MPs and senators and the word “Shame!” on each of them.

    As for creativity, the most recent rally was nothing special either. Except, of course, for an American flag, that one of the demonstrators rose. Other slogans were traditional: “This is our city,” “Russia will be free!” etc.

    Organizers of the march applied for 20,000 participants. As previously reported, social networks were not active much.

    Although, of course, compared to the uncoordinated action of December 15th, the number of participants was a lot larger. According to estimates of the Moscow Police, 9,500 people took part in the march. Spokespeople for opposition say that there were 30-50 thousand participating. Marchers give another number – 20-25 thousands. As it usually happens in such cases, in the next couple of days, the main debate will be conducted around the amount of participants, rather than about the point of the action, and what influence it could show on people.

    Let’s go back to the “stars”. Sergei Udaltsov at the end of the march offered to begin indefinite protest this spring.

    Alexei Navalny, in turn, encouraged by the number of participants in the march, said that there was absolutely no decline in protest activity in Russia.

    In general, there were no accidents during the most recent march in Moscow, although police detained several drunken people before the demonstration began.

    The rallies in other cities were also quiet. The action in St. Petersburg was the largest – there were from 1,000 (police estimate) to 2,000 (the organizers) people participating.

    In other Russian cities, (e.g. Ekaterinburg, Omsk, Yaroslavl), the number of participants amounted to several dozens.

    Oleg Artyukov


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