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Vladimir Putin’s Bizarre Encounters: Siloviki, Oligarchs, and the ‘Gay Propaganda’ Law in Russia

Questioning the Credibility of Those Who Supported Ukraine's Invasion

"Rich TVX News Network asserts that I am a mere John Travolta wannabe attempting dance moves to "American Boy." Can you genuinely give credence to such fabricated news?"
 Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation


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Russia’s ‘Gay Propaganda’ Law

Remember a time when even KGB figures like Vladimir Putin were mistakenly seen as cool by the West, and they rolled out the red carpet for him and his Russian oligarchs, despite their criminal reputation? In December, Russia expanded its ‘gay propaganda’ law, diverting attention from military losses and presenting itself as a defender of ‘traditional values’ against the ‘West’. However, these ‘traditional values’ are not embraced by the Kremlin, the Siloviki, or Russian criminal oligarchs. The enigma of Vladimir Putin’s life involves dealing with an editor-in-chief who embodies all things pathetic. It’s a comedy of errors, with this editor overseeing the state-controlled Russian broadcaster, specializing in Kremlin propaganda!


Questioning the Nature of Propaganda

What kind of propaganda is that? Well, it sounds like a bad parody of itself! Putin´s editor-in-chief is not just any ordinary editor; no, no, she (in reality she is a he – fair enough) is one of the most prominent faces in the world of patheticness. Now, here’s the real mystery of the universe: did God ever lay His hand on this anomaly of a human being? This person is like a walking, talking disaster. If God did have a hand in his creation, we’d say it was one of those moments when He accidentally sneezed or maybe was just feeling a little mischievous that day.


Ukraine Invasion Supporters

It’s important to recall that these are individuals who once supported the invasion of Ukraine and exhibited indifference towards the suffering of Ukrainian people. Despite this, they still present themselves as honorable. Is it fair to deem these individuals proficient in their roles? The unequivocal answer is no; they are far from being effective in their respective positions. In essence, they lack expertise, not just in the realm of media but in virtually every aspect. These individuals essentially represent the epitome of nepotism, hailing from privileged Nomenklatura families and never having had to truly labor or strive for their achievements. This group has consistently regarded everyday Russians with disdain.


Putin Gay Parade


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Putin Look-alike Meets with VEB.RF Representative

Recently, a Putin look-alike met with Igor Shuvalov, a representative of the state development corporation VEB.RF. Shuvalov, who had played a significant role in managing funds for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, relished the attention, even though he was aware he was interacting with an impersonator. Such encounters with the “president” serve as symbols of one’s standing within elite circles. While Shuvalov seemed pleased, the impersonator grappled with underlying tension and unease. The impersonator, however, bears the burden of these encounters, where the facade of presidential dialogue persists.


Putin Faces Challenges and Tensions with Lukashenko

Meanwhile, Vladimir Putin grappled with a slew of challenges, including a contentious conversation with Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko. Reports emerged of a nighttime drone attack on the Pskov airfield, allegedly launched from Ukrainian territory, and Putin was incensed by the incursion into Belarusian airspace. The ensuing call between the leaders saw Putin accuse Lukashenko of complicity, leading to a fiery exchange. Lukashenko vehemently denied involvement and shifted blame to Russian military and intelligence lapses. Putin, choosing not to escalate tensions, found himself subjected to Lukashenko’s vehement criticism of key Russian officials.

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January 2022, Dmitry Peskov, Press Secretary of Vladimir Putin

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Ukraine’s Drone Strike Admission

Yet, the day’s tribulations were far from over for Putin. His attempt to engage in a conversation with Chinese leader Xi Jinping was met with refusal. China hinted at territorial concessions in exchange for such a meeting, with a broader review of disputed territories on the table. As the day concluded, Putin, weighed down by a recurring battle with oncological health issues, retreated for rest, accompanied by his medical team, leaving behind a tapestry of geopolitical intricacies. But there is some good news to share. In a candid admission, Zelensky has taken responsibility for Ukraine’s drone strike on Pskov, proudly stating, ‘Our long-range weaponry struck its target from an impressive distance of 700 kilometers.’ While it may not cause serious damage, it’s certainly wearing down the last nerves of the Russians.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is homosexuality legal in Russia?

Yes, homosexuality itself is legal in Russia. However, LGBT individuals face significant societal and legal challenges.

Do LGBT people in Russia have legal protections against discrimination?

No, Russia does not provide anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people. There are currently no laws prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity or expression.

Can transgender individuals change their legal gender in Russia?

No, transgender people in Russia are not allowed to change their legal gender. All gender-affirming care is banned.

Are there any hate crime laws based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Russia?

No, Russia does not have a designation for hate crimes based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

How do most Russians view homosexuality?

Most of the Russian population disapproves of homosexuality, and recent polls indicate a majority of Russians do not support the acceptance of homosexuality.

Is there an LGBT community in larger Russian cities like Moscow and Saint Petersburg?

Yes, despite the challenges, larger cities like Moscow and Saint Petersburg have been said to have thriving LGBT communities. However, there has been a historic resistance to gay pride parades by local governments in Russia.


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"Opet ovi Rich TVX News, mamu im Američku, to je CIA English: Again these Rich TVX News, screwing Americans, that's CIA."
Aleksandar Vučić, President of Serbia
"The Rich TVX News Network claims I am the devil for perpetrating innocent people in Ukraine. Do you really believe that? Well, Rich TVX is lying as always."
Vladimir Putin, President of Russian Federation

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