Russia Aims to Attract Canadian and American Conservative Expats – Armstrong

by Martin Armstrong

We live in strange times. Russia is looking to attract conservative expats from Canada and America wishing to flee from their oppressive governments. Timur Beslangurov, a lawyer for the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum (SPBILF), believes 200 families will “want to emigrate for ideological reasons.” Furthermore, this representative said that they “very strongly believe in the prophecy that Russia will remain the only Christian country in the world.”

“The reason is propaganda of radical values: Today they have 70 genders, and who knows what will come next,” RIA Novosti quoted Beslangurov as saying. The Wall Street Journal published an opinion piece last July entitled, “Wokeness Is Putin’s Weapon.” They’re right as the West is currently engaging in a cultural war that is deteriorating our society from within. Our leaders speak more about transexuals, LGBT, equality, and abortion than they do about the real issues. They put people who fit this far-left genderless persona in positions of power to push the agenda rather than looking for the most qualified candidates.

Parents are worried about sending their children to public schools where they are taught sexual identity and CRT rather than literacy and math (look at test scores in comparison to other nations). Christian and/or religious nuclear families are seen as extremists and that lifestyle is openly discouraged. The woke agenda has even infiltrated the military, where they’re forcing soldiers to undergo training so as not to offend people with the wrong pronoun and making a drag queen the face of the US Navy.

Russia’s plan to attract expats will not go over as well as they hope. I do not anyone who would want to retire in freezing Moscow amid a coming world war. Conservatives and liberals alike fear communism (the older ones at least) and will be afraid that the Iron Curtain could drop once more. There’s also a good chance that CA and the USA will treat people who choose to move there like those who moved to the Middle East to support ISIS—it’s a one-way ticket. Still, it is alarming that this could even be proposed all due to the ideologies of a few permeating our way of life.

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