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on February 8, 2010, Vladimir Putin banned a fictional television series which “dramatized” the lives of Moscow schoolchildren with scenes of rebellion and depravity.
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Sergei Lavrov, Clinton’s counterpart as Russian Foreign Minister, insisted that despite the US Secretary of State’s objections, Moscow would go through with starting up the reactor.
The Church’s dialogue with the public in solving social ills is notably expanding and is being filled with new content.” In close connection with Patriarch Kirill, Putin is providing funding to restore Christian sites and the return of properties seized from the Church in Soviet times.
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Putin, who also blocked the American programming of The Simpsons and South Park due to their “undermining of social mores,” then advised the station to produce a positive series on school life.
Working closely with Patriarch Kirill over the past year, Putin has arranged for the prelate to anchor his own television program, hold stadium meetings with Russian youth, and introduce a wide range of new Orthodox Christian curriculum in Russia’s public schools adding to the existing courses on Orthodoxy in spite of Jewish objections.
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