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Nashi Play Politics In The Russian Woods

by | 30th, July 2007

Russia’s Future Is in Our Hands! We Will Resurrect Our Country, Forward With Russia, America Can’t Outshine Us!

Nashi (Our People) are part of the 100th anniversary of scouting in Russia. Nashi’s annual camp, 200 miles outside Moscow, is attended by 10,000 uniformed youngsters and involves two weeks of lectures and physical fitness.

And every year the media loves reporting on it. This from the Mail:

Attendance is monitored via compulsory electronic badges and anyone who misses three events is expelled. So are drinkers; alcohol is banned. But sex is encouraged, and condoms are nowhere on sale.

Bizarrely, young women are encouraged to hand in thongs and other skimpy underwear – supposedly a cause of sterility – and given more wholesome and substantial undergarments.

Twenty-five couples marry at the start of the camp’s first week and ten more at the start of the second. These mass weddings, the ultimate expression of devotion to the motherland, are legal and conducted by a civil official.

Boy-girl marriage. Non-recreational sex. No smoking and drinking. It’s Daily Mail utopia…



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