The Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Poklonskaya has condemned the actions of criminals who, under the cover of religion, become violent. The corresponding statement she posted on his page in the network “Vkontakte”.
“Whoever was behind the organisation of the provocations of the last days in Yekaterinburg, Omsk and Moscow, and whoever had planned to commit new illegal acts — I urge You to stop!” the MP said.
According to Poklonski, if Christianity was spread by the fist and fire, he was long gone on earth. She expressed confidence that “neither customers, nor executors of these crimes are irrelevant to faith and Orthodoxy.”
“I strongly condemn any manifestation of violence, especially present under the guise of extremist activities in the religious sphere. Understand that this is all part of a plan aimed at destabilizing society, the separation of people, the discrediting of Orthodox believers,” she said.
According to the Deputy, “is absolutely legal situation with the movie Matilda someone is used for purposes unrelated to the protection of our history and the saints of the Russian Orthodox Church.”
Poklonskaya has expressed hope that law enforcement and intelligence agencies will give satisfactory answers to your questions and challenges.
Earlier, the Chairman of the Synodal Department for Church and society and the media of the Moscow Patriarchate Vladimir Legoyda said that the movie “Matilda” acts of violence cannot come from believers and the Russian Orthodox Church condemns those who allow it.
11 Sep lawyer Konstantin Dobrynin, who is representing the Director of the film “Matilda” by Alexei Uchitel, reported the incident at 5:30 GMT. The lawyer applied to post pictures of charred cars, around which scattered leaflets with the phrase “For Matilda to burn.” September 6, Dobrynin said that the heads of more than a hundred cinemas and other organizations associated with the rental of the film received threats of arson.
In Yekaterinburg on 4 September a car crashed into a theater. It became known that the driver spoke at a rally against the film “Matilda”, calling it “porn”.
In late August, unknown persons threw Molotov cocktails at the building in Saint-Petersburg, where is the Studio Director of “Rock.”
In “Matilda” tells about the relationship of Nicholas Romanov (the future Emperor Nicholas II) and ballerina Matilda Kshesinskaya. The premiere of the film was originally planned for 6 October, but was postponed to 23.