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O societate care a pierdut războiul ideilor e deja o societate învinsă. Cărtile publicate cu ajutorul Fundației Soroș, arse într-o facultate din Rusia. Intoleranța e, în esența ei, un semn de slăbiciune.
Peste 50 de manuale publicate cu ajutorul Soros Fundation - un ONG denuntat ca “indezirabil” anul trecut de Rusia - au fost arse intr-o facultate din Republica Komi, din nordul Rusiei, scrie The Moscow Times.
Ministrul rus al Culturii a calificat arderea celor 53 de carti ca "inacceptabila"
Russian College Burns Books Published With Soros Foundation Support
Fifty-three textbooks published with the support of the Soros Foundation — an NGO deemed “undesirable” in Russia last year — were burnt at a college in Russia's northern republic of Komi, the 7x7 local news website reported Wednesday, citing an official letter from the regional Education Ministry.
“In December 2015, libraries of colleges [of the republic of Komi] were inspected in order to find educational literature published during the 'Renewal of Humanitarian Education' project of the Soros Foundation,” the letter reads. Such literature was found in two libraries, and in one of them 53 books were confiscated and “destroyed by burning,” the document goes on saying.
According to the director of the college library Yeleva Vasilyeva, the books were burnt in the college yard, 7x7 reported.
In December 2015, Russian media released a scanned copy of a letter from Andrei Travnikov, presidential envoy in the Northwest Federal District, to the deputy chair of the Komi government Tamara Nikolayeva, stating that books printed with the support of the Soros Foundation were “forming a perverted perception of [Russian] history and making ideological directives alien to Russian ideology popular,” — hence subject to confiscation.
In late November 2015, the Soros Foundation was declared “undesirable” in Russia — the Prosecutor General's office stated it was endangering Russia's constitutional order and the country's security. NGOs deemed “undesirable” are obligated to cease operating in Russia.
Russian Culture Minister Says Burning Books 'Completely Unacceptable'
Russian Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky has denounced an incident in which 53 publications funded by the George Soros Foundation were reportedly incinerated in northern Russia's Komi region.
Medinsky told the Meduza news portal on Thursday that the burning of books and the destruction of monuments, is “completely unacceptable” because it “looks terrible and provokes strange historical associations.”
Fifty-three textbooks published with the support of the Soros Foundation — an NGO set up by billionaire philanthropist George Soros which was labeled as “undesirable” in Russia last year — were reportedly confiscated at a college in Russia's northern republic of Komi, the 7x7 local news website reported earlier, citing an official letter from the regional Education Ministry.
According to the letter, the literature was “destroyed by burning.” A list of the titles reportedly reduced to ashes published by the 7x7 news outlet showed the works were devoted to topics including philosophy, logic and art.
The culture minister, known for his loyalty to the Kremlin and his public denouncements of “unpatriotic” art, denied his ministry had anything to do with the incineration and promised to look into the incident.
“I've asked for the material, we will clear up what happened,” he was cited as saying in the Meduza report.
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