Steven Tucker #wingnut #homophobia #conspiracy

This week marks the first anniversary of Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, a war not currently going terribly well in terms of actual physical territorial conquest, so which now increasingly has to be portrayed as a battle for something else rather less tangible instead—the continued existence of the sacred Slavic soul. In Russian media, this delicate entity is portrayed as being under constant attack itself, from malign moral forces emanating from the degenerate, woke-ridden West, often characterized as actively satanic in nature. Is Putin right?
In a speech of 24 February 2022 announcing the start of his “special military operation” (re: brutal war of conquest), Putin partially framed his imperialist adventure as a defensive act, saying NATO nations had long “sought to destroy our traditional values and force on us their false values that would erode us [and] our people from within, the attitudes they have been aggressively imposing on their [own] countries, attitudes that are directly leading to degradation and degeneration, because they are contrary to human nature."
By expanding its woke dogmas into neighboring nations like Ukraine via NGOs and Hollywood, NATO aims ultimately to infect Moscow with this queer soul-AIDS, too, penetrating the sleeping Fatherland through its vulnerable rear. Various Western-backed “color revolutions” in the region were interpreted as partly fueled by militant homosexuals eager to transform their own Eurasian homelands into giant Slavic Super-San Franciscos, with Putinist media warning citizens of a potential Washington-backed “gay revolution” even in Russia itself. NATO’s next color revolution was scheduled to be Pink.
I have zero sympathy for Putin’s attempts to physically invade Ukraine. <...> Is it too much to hope that Putin might lose one war in the region miserably and win the other in triumph?



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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