Political correctness is the conscious, designed manipulation of language intended to change the way people speak, write, think, feel, and act, in furtherance of an agenda.
It is best understood as propaganda. Infowars 29 Dec. 2015.
The NWO means Orwellian Tyranny. It exists to a certain extent in the EU – but much more outspoken in the US – and in Russia, as the following shows.
The Moscow Times 30 Dec. 2015: A Russian court on Wednesday sentenced a blogger to five years in jail for what it said was his extremist activity on the Internet after he urged people to attend an unsanctioned protest meeting against high local bus transport fares and criticised Russian intervention in Ukraine.
Vadim Tyumenstev, 35, from the Siberian region of Tomsk, was also banned from using the Internet for three years in a case which Russian human rights activists said violated his rights to a proper defence.
Tyumentsev irked local authorities in Tomsk with a series of blogs in which he accused them of corruption and incompetence. He had also sharply criticised pro-Kremlin separatists in eastern Ukraine, saying he did not see why ordinary Russians should go and fight with them.
He had also urged people to take hostile action against Ukrainian refugees, saying in a video that they should be deported.
Footage of the sentencing showed Tyumentsev, clad in a thick grey sweater, standing in a courtroom cage making notes as he listened to the verdict. He said he would appeal.
Pavel Pryanikov, a prominent Russian blogger, said: “We have quietly returned to Stalinist sentencing for ‘thought crimes”.
The Moscow Times 29 Sept. 2015: A Russian regional court has found blogger Konstantin Zharikov guilty of “extremism” for reposting on social networks a statement by Ukraine’s ultranationalist group Right Sector, and handed down a suspended prison sentence — but amnestied the man immediately, a news report said.
Moscow Times 8 July 2015: Under the new rules during election campaigns , bloggers with web pages visited by more than 3,000 people a day must restrict any propaganda to the campaign period limits, and post “objective and verifiable information about candidates and parties that doesn’t infringe on candidates’ equality,” the report said.
Local election committees will be responsible for monitoring bloggers based in their area. Vladimir Churov, head of the Central Election Committee, was cited by Kommersant as saying authorities should monitor information posted by bloggers to check whether it is being published in accordance with the laws — and whether it’s true.
Reuters 30 Dec. 2015: The son-in-law of Vladimir Putin stands to benefit from $1.75 billion in cheap finance from the Russian state. The money will help fund a petrochemical project at a company in which Kirill Shamalov, husband of Katerina Tikhonova, the Russian president’s younger daughter, has a significant interest.
Shamalov is a major shareholder and Deputy Chairman of the management board of SIBUR company, in Sibur, Russia’s largest processor of petrochemicals. Sibur was able to borrow the money at a current interest rate of 2%
Artyom Usmanov, an analyst at investment firm BCS, said borrowers on the Russian bond market would expect to pay over 7% interest for such a loan.
After Shamalov married Putin’s daughter in 2013, he increased his stake in Sibur five-fold. As Reuters detailed earlier this month, Shamalov acquired a 17 % stake in Sibur .
The bonds were all bought by the state via the National Wealth Fund.
Laconics 11 Nov. 2015: Reuters has also learned that earlier this year Katerina, 29, described herself as the “spouse” of Jewish oligarch Kirill Shamalov, son of Nikolai Shamalov, a longtime friend of the president. Shamalov senior is a shareholder in Bank Rossiya, which U.S. officials have described as the personal bank of the Russian elite.
Putin also cares about the Russian language:
X-Index 16 May 2014: In an attempt to police this ocean of foul language, enter the swearbot. It’s a computer programme.According to a statement from Moscow’s Academy of Science the law applies to “obscene references to the male and female reproductive organs, copulation and women of loose morals, and all words derived from them.”
The fines for those cussing too strongly come in at 3000 rubles ($85) for an individual, and over $500 for an organisation. The bill, having passed through the parliament’s Lower House, is expected to be fully ratified by July – at which point it will come into law.
But who cares? Putin is so adorable
Since Vladimir Putin began cementing his grip on Russia in the 1990s, many of his friends have grown famously rich.
Now Putin has just launched a Putin Calendar so that the people can see this Big Brother, his masulinity, morality commands and internet censorship every day