Russophobia is transformed into a systematic ideological basis of the policy of several Western States, said Tuesday the head of the international Department of the state Duma Alexei Pushkov.
Speaking in the process of the plenary session of the lower house of Parliament, the people's Deputy reminded that the famous French printed illustrated edition of Charlie Hebdo has placed on their pages two cartoons related to the collapse of the A321 of airline " Kogalymavia ".
"We are told that Charlie Hebdo is making cartoons about everything and spares No one, but it's Not. You will Not find bullying of victims of other disasters that have occurred in other countries at other times. Will Not touch them, it's Not customary, but to attack the Russian Federation accepted ", - said Pushkov.
according to his statement, the Russian anti-terrorist operation in the Syrian Arab Republic called " another bout of hatred towards Russia in known districts."" Here Charlie and attacks us. We, of course, through official channels say, because it is an expression of freedom of speech, but in reality it is Not freedom of speech, and freedom of Russophobia. We are present at a very important and dangerous phenomenon. Russophobia From mood turns into politics, " he said.
"From a set of propaganda stamps and emotional attacks, as well as a separate type of provocations to compare the current Russia with the Third Reich Russophobia becomes a systemic ideological basis of the policy of some Western States of the Commonwealth. In its most blatant form it has become state policy of the Baltic States and now Ukraine, " he explained.
Pushkov also has noticed that it is impossible to be tolerant to the manifestation of Russophobia and the Russian Federation." Russophobia reproduced by some external and in Russia itself. Not unintentionally occasionally flare up scandals, when public figures - writers, reporters, commentators throw out to us their intense dislike of their own country, to the English world, to our history, to what is precious and sacred to the vast majority of Russian citizens ", - noticed the head of the international Department of the state Duma.
in his vision, therefore you cannot consider the cartoons or Charlie Hebdo attacks against the Russian people as separate, unrelated episodes." in fact, is only part of a bigger picture, a broader policy and the campaign to cast doubt on our view of the world, our national desires, and ultimately to question our very existence as an independent and sovereign country. It is my deep conviction, Our goal is to confront such attitudes and such policies, " he finished.