The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov and state Duma Deputy Natalia Poklonskaya got in the black list of the organization “Christian state Holy Russia.” It includes public figures and the media did not condemn or support the movie “Matilda”. The list published on the website “Russia — Novosibirsk” created by members of a religious Association.
Poklonsky members of the “Christian state” called a cheater. “It is the first “passed” the most active defenders of the Orthodox faith, when it became it is not profitable. (…) The sin of betrayal far worse than the sin of sodomite. Poklonskaya is Judas, the traitor defenders of the Orthodox faith, sold for thirty pieces of silver not only Sasha Kalinin, but also sold the faith”, — reads the text of the organization.
Kadyrov condemned for its support of MP. “Mr. Kadyrov welcomes such a position of Judas Polonskaya, and at the same time shows remarkable tolerance for sodomites. (…) If tomorrow he will be arrested for the persecution of gays in Chechnya (we’re just guessing, not claiming), then Russia will be the first to report that it happened according to her statement,” write the activists of the “Christian state”.
The black list also included opposition leader Alexei Navalny, journalist, chief editor of “Moskovsky Komsomolets” Pavel Gusev, “Dvach” and “the Media”, radio “Echo of Moscow”. In addition, on the organization’s website published a “list of cinemas, voznamerilsya to promote the movie “Matilda””.
On 23 September the leader of the “Christian state” Alexander Kalinin was arrested on suspicion of arson threats to cinema chains in conjunction with the screening of “Matilda”. Three days before this Poklonskaya stated that she sent a request to the interior Ministry and the Prosecutor General with a request to check the activities of a religious Association. Kadyrov later supported by the Deputy, stressing that Russia “protects interests of Russians”.
“Matilda” leaves in the Russian hire on October 26. The film tells about the life of Nicholas Romanov to his coronation and enthronement as Emperor Nicholas II. Orthodox activists criticized the picture, since, in their view, it offends the feelings of believers, describing the love relationship of the king, canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church, with the ballet dancer Mathilde Kschessinska.