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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The Ministry of culture commissioned a study of the fifth column for 1.9 million rubles

The Ministry of culture of the Russian Federation placed on the portal of public procurement order for 1.9 million rubles for the study of technology of cultural de-Russification (rosieposie) and methods of dealing with them.

photo: Elena Minashkina

In the terms of reference for the procurement States that “at the present stage” in the world has increased “rosieposie discourse”, the reason why became a “Mature stage of the Russian national revival”.

The Ministry of culture expects “further strengthening rosieposie content of information flows”, in this connection believes that the country “must be prepared” to counter him.

According to the authors of the requirements specification, now “intensifitsiruetsa technology derussification of Russian Russian cultural space”, and it’s not about Russophobia, but rather of rosieposie: fear of “historical Russia, its lifestyle, value and cultural accumulation”.

The executor of the state contract will be required not only to identify the Genesis of the founding of fabinocci” and “to consider the phenomenon of russiaphobia in the context of world fominyh systems” and “organize empirical material on the internal refraction of the phenomenon of rosieposie (“the theory of a small nation”, “the Smerdyakov aspect is always”, “the fifth column”)”.

Also the Ministry of culture is confident that “rosieposie components are present in science and education (cognitive weapons”), including in teaching history”.

The minimum amount of work done should reach 145 pages.

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