Children in the West grow up too fast, Russia must set an even better example

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Of the many things that the west misunderstands about Russia, The Law for the Purpose of Protecting Children from Information Advocating for a Denial of Traditional Family Values, is amongst the most misunderstood. The law has been wrongly categorised as an attack on the human rights of homosexual men and women in Russia.

This is a total lie and more often than not, an intentional lie designed to debase Russia in the western mainstream media. If one wants to go to countries which do attack the rights of homosexual men and women, just go to Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the other barbaric backwaters which fund the Hillary Clinton campaign.

In truth the law doesn’t go far enough.

Here’s why:

The law is all about protecting children from having to be exposed to sexual images at a young age, yet sadly it only covers homosexual obscenity. What about heterosexual and other obscenity? Statistically, the majority of men and women are heterosexual and as a consequence, most obscene imagery and literature is heterosexual. As an advocate of free speech, legally speaking, I am absolutely fine with adults purchasing and viewing such images. My personal views are different from my legal views but are immaterial to this particular discussion.

The issue is about schools and other public bodies being complicit in the promulgation of obscene materials. The biggest culprit is what is known in the west as ‘sexual education’. In many countries, particularly in northern Europe, such ‘education’ is smuttier than what in other countries is classified as pornography.

Schools should not put such pressures on children, they should not implant such ideas and preconceived notions on the young. They should not and cannot expect children to have the neutral maturity of a refined adult. Part of the fun of childhood is ignorance and part of the fun of growing up is education, discovery and ‘questioning more’ (thanks again to RT for that line).

To quote Rogers Waters, “Hey teacher, leave them kids alone”.

The overt sexualisation of children, no matter in which direction, is simply wrong. It borders on vicarious paedophilia. As it is for most moral crises, the antidote is science. Children should indeed know about human biology and all it entails. When they reach a certain age, they should also lean of psycho-sexual development from the point of view of scientific enquiry.

There is a great deal that medical/biological science can teach us about the human biological experience, including sexuality and its psychological and developmental implications. But due to a dreadful combination of poor schools whose educators are not familiar with the great theories of psycho-sexual development and a desire of sick individuals to normalise their perversions by forcing them on children, this is not accomplished in most western schools.

Russia has been unfairly criticised for a piece of legislation which is deeply misunderstood. Forgetting what the west thinks, the law should be expanded. No sexual propaganda of any kind should be given to children. Children should learn about biology, psycho-sexual development and respect for all law abiding, fellow human beings. There is a time and a place for all of this, generally when one is approaching early-adulthood. Prior to this, children should be left to learn about more innocent matters.

In all such matters, considerations for respecting a family’s religion must be taken into account.

In this way, Russia remains ahead of the west in this in almost every respect, but there is much more work to be done, especially when many children in Russia are susceptible to influence from western images and ideas which deliberately debase humanity.

It is high time to let children be children and also to let adults be adults. In the west, children are expected to behave like 40 year old adults and in the Gulf adults are expected to be treated like children or animals, this is especially true of women. Russia leads the way, she must lead on.


The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice.

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