President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday Russia should adopt a state program which would establish a single cultural space throughout the country.
“Culture is the main essence uniting a nation. It doesn’t much matter what is his formal ethnicity. What’s important is how a person identifies himself,” Putin told his cultural adviser Vladimir Tolstoy during a meeting.
“In this sense it’s very important for us to create a single cultural space,” he said, adding culture should play a historic role in the current complicated international environment. Read More…
Comment: Yes, culture is the spine of a nation. Demoralization breaks the nation apart and this is why it is supported by proponents of globalism and the (so called) New World Order.
This is why major sources and hubs of independent, traditional culture, such as the institutions of religion and family, are under attack. This is why nationalism is being demonised and patriotism removed from public life. This is why the system supports alternative lifestyles, aggressive feminism, xxx-rated websites, excessive rights and freedoms for children that destroy parental authority, easy divorces, part-time employment, the disappearance of family weekends and holidays, etc. This is why the education is being deliberately sabotaged and replaced with communisation.
“To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family traditions, national patriotism, and religious dogmas.” – Brock Chisholm, Director UN World Health Organization (1948-53).
Russia, however, is a multicultural country in terms of ethnicity, religion, and history. It will take time and skill to implement a strong national identity in such a complex population, while at the same time respecting ethnic and religious differences within. It will be difficult but it is possible.
In Canada, for example, multiculturalism has led to reduced national identity and social solidarity, following the disappearance of traditional values and symbols from education and public domain. But in Canada, politicians, governments, and major media are owned by the globalists. Hopefully, Russia will be able to avoid such reality.