Mikhail Leontyev, the editor-in-chief of the weekly magazine “However,” about the most striking recent legislative initiatives by the State Duma.
Regarding the enchanting legislative activity and the agenda in general, which today dominates the media space and which is generated in general by positive and seemingly decent efforts of wide circles of the surrounding deputies, we can say one thing. I got the impression that we now have a clearly built image of the enemy, the fight against which determines the bright future of our country - this homosexual smoking Posner, who got behind the wheel of a drunk and adopted a Russian child.
All this, of course, is of great interest to varying degrees. Probably, it may even be the subject of some discussion, at least partially. But the president and not only the president, but in general an adequate part of the community, she identified certain tasks for Russia, which in general are a challenge to our survival. That homosexual Posner is not the most terrible challenge (of course, a terrible, but not the most terrible challenge) the survival of Russia as a country. It seems to me that before us there are some other tasks that in no way fall into the space of power initiative. They are simply ignored.
I, in fact, have nothing against it, in order to drive homosexuals in the part that really does not relate to undue interference in the intimate life of people. But it would be good to do this after solving the momentous tasks, or at least simultaneously, but certainly not instead. There is a steady feeling that this is done instead. This number somehow does not go well, and it seems to me that bringing the agenda to an intimate and everyday absurdity - in each individual case, we can talk about individual motives and arguments, but in general it discredits, desacralizes and ... how to say ... brings to some absolutely infusor scale image of various state institutions.
This method is not that of de-sacralization, but in general this is just a way to discredit all state institutions, because we have nothing more to do or what? We have nothing to do, or what, really?
Desacralization of state institutions