Tuesday, November 21, 2023

Moscow Said Planning to Ban Phrase ‘Making Ends Meet’ as LGBT Propaganda

Paul Goble

            Staunton, Nov. 4 – The propensity of the Putin regime to ban all and sundry is generating ever more anecdotal responses. The latest is one that suggests the Kremlin is planning to ban the phrase “making ends meet” as LGBT propaganda. Of course, it could also doing so because under current economic conditions, many in his country can’t do so.

            Among other new stories some Russians are telling each other that have been collected by Moscow journalist Tatyana Pushkaryova (publizist.ru/blogs/107374/47178/-) the following are especially noteworthy:

·       Russian government investigators say that the government should “recognize ovulation without fertilization as negligence and ejaculation without conception as waste” and sentence those guilty of these new crimes of from two to five years in the camps.

·       Russians reject as inventions claims that their ancestors centuries ago build houses without the use of a single migrant worker because “that couldn’t have happened.”

·       Russians of a certain age grew up without the Internet and without Putin. They’d be OK without both once again.

·       Durex condoms being sold in Russia now come with the following warning: “If you don’t use condoms, you can not only contract sexually transmitted diseases but also give birth to an idiot.” Guess whose picture is on the box.

·       It is now obvious why the Israelis went to war. They wanted to embarrass the Putin regime. Why else would they publish a list of the children of 17 senior Israeli officials who have gone to fight at the front?”

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