In one of the previous stories we investigated a social profile of a Russian contract serviceman of the 33rd motorized rifle brigade (military unit No. 22179, Maikop, Republic of Adygea, Russia) – Denis Kovaliov (archive). The geotags on some of his pictures confirm that he belongs to the Russian armed forces located in Rostov Oblast, right near the Ukrainian border. This serviceman was also noticed in the pictures of a self propelled mortar 2S9 NONA with the ‘Kind Nona’ inscription – the one seen in the ATO zone and used by the DNR militants.
Anyway this material is not about the weaponry identification but rather about the typical ‘spiritual bonds’ which are widely discussed by the Russian politicians, ideologists and religion leaders. We are already used to hear about ‘Gayrope’, ‘EuroSodom’, etc from the Russian propagandists. But what lies behind the ‘Russian world’ and its ‘pioneers’ – Russian soldiers and officers?
Persons with ‘distinct inclinations’ which serve in the Russian army have been noticed periodically, but we have never emphasized that. It seems that the time has come.
Let’s take a look at the profile of Denis Kovaliov. The tattoo of a chain and a cross on his left arm fits the ‘crusader’ character and a true follower of the ‘spiritual bonds’. The list of Denis’s social network groups is pretty interesting as well. But the level of his sexual anxiety can be seen in the photos. As you can see, they contradict the Orthodox Christianity values.
Our conclusions will be short: double standards are the keystone of the ideological and the informational politics of the Russian Federation. The declared spirituality in fact covers actions which a far from being common to Orthodox Christians and this is illustrated by such Russian soldiers as Denis Kovaliov. One character, of course, is insufficient for statistical purposes but it is enough for us to discover the new growth directions of our investigations.
07/20/2015MILNEWS.ca #UKR Update – 202122UTC July 2015 | MILNEWS.ca Blog
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