Vladimir Putin to Pussy Riot: So, you want to lie about me, don’t you?

Pussy Riot leader Nadezhda Tolokonnikova didn’t hesitate to tell Spiegel magazine that the band is part of a broader movement whose members consist of “anarchists, Trotskyists, feminists and autonomists.”

"It will be nice to teach logic to the Pussy Riot...sigh."

“It will be nice if members of the Pussy Riot learn basic logic…sigh.”

…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

You really can’t make this stuff up. Members of the Pussy riot is now producing big lies to the New York Times about Vladimir Putin and Russia, and the New York Times is more than happy to spread those lies through different outlets. Why?

Well, the New York Times doesn’t like Russia either. If you remember correctly, the Times declared back in 2014 that Russia, Iran and the Vatican were “the Axis of Evil.”[1]

If you have never heard of the Pussy Riot, then here is a brief summary. It is a Russian punk rock band whose members draw their subversive ideology from none other than Lev Davidovich Bronstein, commonly known as Leon Trotsky.

Trotsky, as you recall, was the founding leader of the Red Army, which was responsible for the deaths of millions upon millions of precious souls. Keep also in mind the Red Army was responsible for raping and massacring millions of Germans after World War II.[2]

Pussy Riot leader Nadezhda Tolokonnikova didn’t hesitate to tell Spiegel magazine that the band is part of a broader movement whose members consist of “anarchists, Trotskyists, feminists and autonomists.”[3] But because Tolokonnikova’s ideology is Trotskyism in sheep’s clothing, she is confused and cannot get a rational thought in her head. She declares that

“Freedom is at the core of [the band’s] ideology, and our concept of freedom is a Western one. This is a fight for the right definition of freedom.”[4]

Tolokonnikova should definitely pick up a copy of Kant’s Critique of Practical Reason and Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals and tries to wrestle with some of those ideas for a while. Tolokonnikova obviously does not understand that a person is not free to do that which is morally and politically wrong.

For Tolokonnikova, a person has to follow his sexual passion or appetite to its zenith if he so chooses. If his sexual passion ends up killing him, as in the case of Oscar Wilde or Michel Foucault or more recently John Boswell, then so be it.

In short, the Pussy Riot is basically saying that a person should not subordinate his will to the moral order, which includes practical reason. Nothing should be forbidden. As Michel Foucault would have put it, “It is forbidden to forbid.”

Foucault, of course, understood the implication of his own philosophy and followed it to the end. “I would like and hope I’ll die of an overdose of pleasure of any kind,” he said.[5]

Well, Foucault got his wish in 1984: he died of AIDS.

The central point here is that freedom is impossible without the moral law, which is based on practical reason, and which is rooted and grounded in Logos.

As we have argued elsewhere, any political or philosophical system that is not based on the moral law will inexorably turn out to be contradictory and will therefore be worthless. Immanuel Kant understood that long ago, and this is why he states quite rightly:

“Act only according to that maxim by which you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law.”[6]

This obviously throws the Pussy Riot out the window because there is no way for members of the group to ontologically universalize their metaphysical principle, which is largely based on sex orgies.

Nadezhda Tolokonnikova

Nadezhda Tolokonnikova

Keep in mind that the Pussy Riot deliberately performed literal sex orgies at the Moscow Zoological Museum.[7] As the Moscow-based newspaper The eXile put it, members of the group literally:

stripped off their clothes and started fucking 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 fucked 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.”[8]

Voina was founded by two young Jewish revolutionaries Oleg Vasilyev and his wife Natalia Sokol. Voina again got their ideological substratum from the Bolshevik Revolution.[9] So it was inevitable that they would promote literal anarchy to get things done.

“On 1 May 2007, Voina staged a celebration of International Worker’s Day, entitled Mordovian Hour, by throwing live cats over the counters at the McDonald’s restaurant at Serpukhovskaya, Moscow, ‘to break up the drudgery of workers’ routine day…’

“On 6 May 2008 Voina activists, entered a small police station in Bolshevo near Moscow. They hung a portrait of Dmitri Medvedev on the prison bars, and hung posters with phrases such as ‘Kill the immigrants’ and ‘Abandon hope all ye who enter here.’

“On 3 July 2008 Oleg Vorotnikov wore the robe of a Russian Orthodox priest and the hat of a police officer, entered a supermarket, then left without paying for a full cart of groceries, to demonstrate the ‘invulnerability’ of these groups.

“A female Voina activist nicknamed ‘Vacuous Cunt With Inconceivably Huge Tits’ removed a chicken from the refrigerated section of the supermarket, then laboriously stuffed the entire chicken into her own vagina, while being filmed by other Voina members.

“She then shoplifted the chicken by leaving the supermarket without paying, with the chicken still inserted, and rejoined protesters outside the store.”[10]

Obviously the Pussy Riot has no place in the moral debate. But once you lose your moral and intellectual ground, your only recourses are hoaxes, fabrications, deceptions, and just plain lies. Nadezhda Tolokonnikova has recently told the New York Times:

“I’m the person who spent sixteen years in quite close relationship with Vladimir Putin. I would say ‘intimate’ relationship. So I know what does it mean to live under rule of person who is a so-called ‘strong leader’ or ‘strong hand.’ Donald Trump refers a lot to that kind of politician, and he praises guys like Putin or Bashar Assad. I don’t think that actually some Americans realize what consequences could be for their country because of this so-called ‘strong leader.’

“I spent two years in jail just because I was singing against Putin, and I don’t really want Lady Gaga or Katy Perry who support Hillary Clinton right now to end up in jail just because they are doing that.”[11]

Pussy Riot

Members of the Pussy Riot

Is that a true? Or is it just another bold lie? More importantly, if it is a lie, isn’t the New York Times an accomplice in spreading the lie?

You see, Tolokonnikova will never tell her readers that members of the Pussy Riot got arrested for breaking in to Christ the Cathedral Savior and singing obscenity-strewn songs such as the following:

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!

Patriarch Gundyaev believes in Putin

Bitch, better believe in God instead

The belt of the Virgin can’t replace mass-meetings

Mary, Mother of God, is with us in protest!

Virgin Mary, Mother of God, put Putin away

Рut Putin away, put Putin away

Obviously breaking into a cathedral and singing disgusting songs like this put things into perspective because U.S. law enforcement would quickly condemn such activity. In other words, Tolokonnikova has no moral and intellectual clothes. She has to hide behind lies and fabrications to make a point.

Now, let us get to the nitty-gritty. The Pussy Riot has just released a song called “Straight Outta Vagina,” in which we hear things like, “Vagina is gonna win the race [2016 election].” Here is the whole song:


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I am again confused here. I thought we were not supposed to talk or sing about “vagina” or “pussy”? I thought those issues were politically permissible? The Pussy Riot can say things like “Put your pussy on a diet,” or “We got pussy for days,” or “Back up, pussy don’t play,” but if a politician talk about pussy, that again is an infallible proof that the politician is a wicked person. Things continue to get delicious here. The Pussy Riot again sings:

My pussy, my pussy

Is sweet just like a cookie

It goes to work, it makes the beats

It’s C.E.O., no rookie

From senator to bookie

We run this shit, got lookie

You can turn any page, any race, any age

From Russia to the States

We tearing up the place

How does Tolokonnikova respond to Trump’s “grab them by the pussy” phraseology? Well, here we go again:

“You should treat pussy with love, but not in the way how Donald Trump made it. I think it was terrible, it was misogynistic, it’s not appropriate. He definitely should be disqualified from this election process just because of that tape. Because it’s the most horrible thing I’ve ever heard from a person who wants to be the president.”[12]

I just couldn’t hold my laughter at this point. Tolokonnikova wants us all to believe that saying things like “grab them by the pussy” is a lot worse than having an orgy at a national museum!

Fasten your seatbelt because it gets more interesting. In his song “Organs”—which portrays Tolokonnikova bathing in blood, a sign of diabolical manifestation—Tolokonnikova sings that “instead of inserting cocks they [the Russians] insert tanks in my town…Fuck you, dear pigs. I reject you and your putinist crap.” Well, so much for moral and intellectual honesty.

Perhaps that is one reason why Vladimir Putin continues to cut those people to pieces. For her own good, Hillary should stay away from people like Tolokonnikova as much as possible.

Sadly, Tolokonnikova has been supporting Hillary, and Hillary returned the favor by saying that members of the Pussy Riot are “strong & brave young women.”[13]

The moral of the story here is that the political landscape (both Democrat and Republican) has progressively become a wasteland because people refuse to submit their will to the moral and political order. Neither Trump nor Hillary has been able to do that at all because they have been sold to the highest bidder.

John Adams at least understood that the United States has “no Constitution which functions in the absence of a moral people.” Neither Trump nor Hilary understands that principle. If they do, then they have not been following it to its logical conclusion. John Adams would have failed both presidential contenders in this regard.


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[1] See E. Michael Jones, “Americanism Implodes: The End of the World as We Know It,” Culture Wars, February 2014.

[2] I have discussed this at length elsewhere. For example, see: http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/04/28/raping-german-women-and-children-as-a-form-of-revenge-after-wwii-part-i/; http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/10/15/rape-and-sex-in-german-cities-after-world-war-ii-revisited-part-ii/; http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/10/15/rape-and-sex-in-german-cities-after-world-war-ii-revisited-part-ii/; http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/05/08/good-war-better-peace-how-the-allied-forces-raped-and-sodomized-germany/.

[3] “I Love Russia, But I Hate Putin,” Spiegel, September 3, 2012.

[4] Ibid.

[5] Quoted in Jonathan Dollimore, Death, Desire and Loss in Western Culture (New York: Routledge, 1998), 305.

[6] Emmanuel Kant, Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1959), 39.

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

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

[9] Ibid.

[10] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voina; The Washington Post and the LA Times also did short reports on this. Kriston Capps, “Russian Art Group Voina Uses Often-Illegal Means to Spread Anti-State Message,” Washington Post, April 1, 2011; Russian documentary captures anti-Putin pranksters in action,” LA Times, March 4, 2012.

[11] “Pussy Riot’s Nadya: Trump ‘Should Be Disqualified,’” NY Times, November 1, 2016.

[12] Ibid.

[13] Aaron Blake, “Hillary Clinton poses with Pussy Riot,” Washington Post, April 7, 2014.

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  1. Trakkath  November 7, 2016 at 8:01 am

    Donald Trump Said P*ssy
    ht tps://youtu. be/7cpGfMJrIMI

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