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Friday, October 21, 2016

“Lie is a great sin”: the journalist recalled the children’s Ombudsman in an interview about telegonia

Journalist medical portal Medpnz Tatiana Popadia appeared in 2009, the author of interview with the future of the children’s Ombudsman of the Russian Federation Anna Kuznetsova, said that the words of telegonia belonged to her, not the namesake, and was not invented.

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Recall that immediately after the appointment Kuznetsova journalists found her statement that in accordance with the theory of telegony (unscientific concept of the XIX century) “the cells of the uterus have the information-wave memory”, therefore it is undesirable to have multiple sexual partners and abortions. In the first case there is the probability of having a disabled child because of “mixing information”, and in addition, damaged the “moral basis” of the baby.

In the second case, the uterus will “remember death,” which may, according to Kuznetsova, have a negative impact on future children.

After these words sold by the media and the Internet, Kuznetsova said RBC does not recall its statement: the quote she called “a rather dubious origin history”, adding that “there seems to speak a qualified biologist at least a PhD. And I don’t explain it”.

However, today in an interview, “the First of the Penza portal,” who took the interview the journalist said that he had spoken with the current children’s Ombudsman. Popadia explained that “remembers” the interview, while it was attended by the husband of the future Ombudsman, the priest Alexey Kuznetsov. Forgetfulness Kuznetsova journalist explained, “the imperfection of human memory” and suggested that over the years, her views could have changed “180 degrees”.

The journalist invited the Ombudsman to give her a new interview, however, noted that “to lie is a great sin.”

In his new role, Kuznetsova has managed to make a number of statements, most of which have become quoted her words about the intention to expand the “law of Dima Yakovlev”, prohibiting the adoption of Russian orphans in the United States. In addition, as appears from her records in a social network “Vkontakte”, she is wary of ultrasound for pregnant women and children’s vaccinations.

Read about the possible motives for the purpose Kuznetsova.


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