Russian FM Sergey Lavrov: “There are so many pussies around US presidential campaign”

"Are you sure you want me to answer this 'pussy' thing, Mrs. Amonpour?"
“Are you sure you want me to answer this ‘pussy’ thing, Mrs. Amonpour?”

…by Jonas E. Alexis


Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has just put some humor in the political arena by saying that “There are so many pussies around your presidential campaign on both sides that I prefer not to comment on this.”[1] He was asked to comment on “Donald Trump’s Pussy Riot moment”:

Christiane Amanpour, as one writer rightly puts it, is a “war whore,” but she obviously didn’t realize that she has raised an important question here. Remember the Russian Trotskyite group called Pussy Riot? Remember some of their greatest performances?

Members of the Pussy Riot once performed sex orgies at the Moscow Zoological Museum.[2] As the Moscow-based newspaper The eXile (a sort Russian version of the Rolling Stone) put it, they literally:

“stripped off their clothes and started fu$king in the middle of Moscow’s Biology Museum in an act they called ‘Fuck For Medvedev!’ They managed to gather a few photographers and a banner, popped a bunch of Viagra, and fu$ked on the floor for about 10 minutes before getting thrown out.”

Some of the members were part of a group called “Voina,” which means “war” in Russian, and they ended up “painting a 60-metre penis on St Petersburg’s Liteiny Bridge just in time for it to be raised in mocking glory over the town’s FSB (ex-KGB) headquarters. Entitled Dick Captured By the SFB, it remained in raised position for hours.”[3]

In their song “Virgin Mary, Put Putin Away,” the Pussy Riot sang in part:

The head of the KGB, their chief saint,

Leads protesters to prison under escort

In order not to offend His Holiness

Women must give birth and love

Shit, shit, the Lord’s shit!

Shit, shit, the Lord’s shit!

Virgin Mary, Mother of God, become a feminist

Become a feminist, become a feminist

The Church’s praise of rotten dictators

The cross-bearer procession of black limousines

A teacher-preacher will meet you at school

Go to class – bring him money!

The Pussy Riot could not perform their incantation in their private homes. They had to break into a Russian cathedral and insult the authorities. When asked the question “What does Pussy Riot hope to achieve?,” one of the articulate members, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, then only twenty-three years old, responded,

“A revolution in Russia…  I want to destroy the things I consider the greatest evils. And I’m doing this by putting my ideas of freedom and feminism into practice…I love Russia, but I hate Putin.”[4]

Tolokonnikova declared that the Russian Orthodox Church “turns women into slaves, and Putin’s ideology of ‘sovereign democracy’ aspires in the same direction. Both reject everything Western, including feminism.”[5] Tolokonnikova even called the church’s patriarchs “bitches.”

What was even more interesting was that both the Neocons and even Hillary blamed Putin for placing the Pussy Riot behind bars. Hollywood celebrities were also supporting the band. Back in 2014, the Daily Mail began one of their articles by saying,

“Russian president Vladimir Putin risked accusations of stifling dissent in Moscow today as police cracked down on a rally in support of a group anti-government protesters facing jail.”[6]

Did they mention the sex orgies at the Moscow Zoological Museum? Not once!

In a different article entitled, “Look away Hillary! Bill Clinton gives a warm welcome to Russian punk band Pussy Riot as he defends receipt of foreign donations,” the Daily Mail told us that members of the Pussy Riots were just advocating “for gender, LGBT and human rights…”[7]

Members of the Pussy Riot, the Daily Mail continued, “were a part of the eight annual conference that focuses on education, environment and climate change, peace and human rights, poverty alleviation and public health.”[8]

Similarly, human rights groups called the band “political prisoners,” despite the fact that one member got caught performing a sex act with a frozen chicken at a supermarket! When the band was creating chaos in Russia, Hillary was quite happy. She met with members of the group and tweeted then:

“Great to meet the strong & brave young women from #PussyRiot, who refuse to let their voices be silenced in #Russia.”[9]

Members of the Pussy Riot returned the favor this year by saying, “We should be happy if America choose a woman.”[10]

So, we have a moral and logical problem here. Russia was universally condemned for putting the Pussy Riot in jail because the country does not allow things like sex orgies and blasphemies, but virtually no politician can even mention the word pussy in America he or she would be a pervert! Can sex culture really explain this internal contradiction?

Members of the Pussy Riot is still around. Will their political fans in America apologize for supporting them? Will they even send a letter of remorse for supporting sex orgies at the Moscow Zoological Museum?

What we are seeing here is another “cunning of reason.” As we have pointed out numerous times, you cannot intentionally or unintentionally reject or dismiss practical reason and remain a rational creature. It just doesn’t happen! Soon or later you’ll end up committing moral and intellectual suicide.

And if you eventually reject practical reason, rest assured that you will pay a huge price at the end. Friedrich Nietzsche, Jean Paul Sartre, Michel Foucault, Guy de Maupassant, Oscar Wilde, Gustave Flaubert, D. H. Lawrence, Ayn Rand, Bertrand Russell, W. B. Yeats, Mary Wollstonecraft, among others, have all found that out the hard way.[11] Aldous Huxley said it all when he wrote in his Ends and Means:

“For myself, as for no doubt most of my contemporaries, the essence of meaninglessness was essentially an instrument of liberation…We objected to morality because it interferes with our sexual freedom.”[12]

D. H. Lawrence saw almost the same thing.[13]

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[1] “‘So many p*ssies’: Russian FM trolls US elections,” Russia Today, October 12, 2016.

[2] Nick Sturdee, “Don’t Raise the Bridge: Voina, Russia’s Art Terrorists,” Guardian, April 12, 2011.

[3] Nick Sturdee, “Don’t Raise the Bridge: Voina, Russia’s Art Terrorists,” Guardian, April 12, 2011.

[4] “Interview with Pussy Riot Leader: ‘I Love Russia, But I Hate Putin,’” Spiegel International, September 3, 2013.

[5] Ibid.

[6] Leon Watson, “Now Putin gets tough in Moscow: Riot  police seize Pussy Riot stars as 100 arrested in first Russian protest since fall of the Ukrainian president,” Daily Mail, February 14, 2014.

[7] Myriah Towner, “Look away Hillary! Bill Clinton gives a warm welcome to Russian punk band Pussy Riot as he defends receipt of foreign donations,” Daily Mail, March 8, 2015.

[8] Ibid.

[9] Quoted in Aaron Blake, Hillary Clinton poses with Pussy Riot,” Washington Post, April 7, 2014.

[10] “Pussy Riot on Hillary Clinton: ‘We Would Be Happy if America Chose a Woman,’” Billboard, August 3, 2016; “Pussy Riot on Hillary Clinton: “We Would Be Happy if America Chose a Woman” (Exclusive),” Hollywood Reporter, August 2, 2016.

[11] For further studies, see for example: Paul Johnson, Intellectuals (New York: HarperCollins, 1987); Laurence M. Porter and Eugene F. Gray, Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary: A Reference Guide (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002); Rosemary Lloyd, Baudelaire’s World (New York: Cornell University Press, 2002); Graham Robb, Rimbaud (New York: W. W. Norton, 2000); Wallace Fowlie, Rimbaud and Jim Morrison: The Rebel as Poet (Durham: Duke University Press, 1999); Neil McKenna, The Secret Life of Oscar Wilde (New York: Basic Books, 2005); Richard Ellman, Oscar Wilde (New York: Knopf, 1988); Jeffrey Meyers, D. H. Lawrence: A Biography (New York: Knopf, 1990); E. Michael Jones, Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control (South Bend: St. Augustine’s Press, 2000); E. Michael Jones, Monsters from the Id: The Rise of Horror in Fiction and Film (Dallas: Spence Publishing, 2000); David C. Smith, H.G. Wells: Desperately Mortal—A Biography (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1968).

[12] Aldous Huxley, Ends and Means: An Inquiry into the Nature of Ideals and into the Methods Employed for their Realization (London: Chatoo & Windus, 1946), 273.

[13] D. H. Lawrence, Portable D. H. Lawrence (New York: Random House, 1986), 646.


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