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President of Georgia: It Is Not Right to Alienate Russia

What He Said?What Happened?

In his conversations, Mr. Adnan Oktar has said about the latest conflicts between Russia and Ukraine, and Russia’s alienation by the Western states, that Russia needs to be shown compassion and in case  she is alienated in the world she would fall into despair and would begin protecting herself in a dangerous fashion.

Following this statement, the President of Georgia has warned the Western countries about the alienation of Russia and said that this would only make Russia aggressive.

A9 TV: April 12th, 2014

(Pro-Russian protestors in  the city of Donetsk, Ukraine, handed weapons to other protestors after they occupied the police building and began to arm themselves.)

ADNAN OKTAR: Insha’Allah, nothing bad happens, because it is a beautiful country with beautiful people. Insha’Allah, everything will turn out for the best. It is not right to alienate Russia. Love will solve everything but they don't fail to use love. The system of the Mahdi will solve this trouble. The world is locked in a way now.

A9 TV: March 29th, 2014

(After months of protests in Ukraine, the former state president of Ukraine, Vikto Yanukovic, has stated  that following Crimea, annexed by Russia, other regions of the country must also hold a referendum for independence.)

ADNAN OKTAR: Putin would not want to be left alone. He would not want the Russians to be left alone. First we must show some love and compassion to the Russians. We cannot get anywhere by alienating these people. One cannot build happiness over others’ pain. These are really good people. Embrace them with love and compassion. Right? Why would you want to push them away? Why is Russia like a monster that everyone is trying to get rid of? Approach them with love so they can return that love. If they know they are loved, they will be relaxed. They also want democracy and freedom. What will they do with pressure? But if you tell them that they will be left alone, they would be terrified. If you tell them that they are not important, they would be terrified. They would not want this. And they are right.

The whole problem is due to lack of love. If you don't love the Russians, then they don't love you. Lovelessness brings more lovelessness. Lovelessness causes violence. So Russian people have been through a lot. The whole world must embrace them, show them compassion and they should not be left alone. It is a cold country, a cold climate and an alienated people. Let’s not do that and approach them with compassion.

A9 TV: March 28th, 2014

(Russian  President Vladimir Putin instructed that the equipment of the soldiers who did not change sides in Crimea, which recently decided to join Russia, be returned to Ukraine.)

ADNAN OKTAR: They fear being left alone. Actually only if they treat Russia in a loving manner because she also thinks about her own people; yhere are children  and elderly there. There is a policy of alienation directed at Russia. Some people don't take much notice of Russian people. They even consider them as repulsive and dangerous. They are offended. This is unnecessary; they are very reasonable, decent, good people. Most of them are artists. They are cultivated and decent. They don't deserve such a treatment. They need to be treated in a loving and compassionate way. Then such things would not happen. They fear being left alone.


Associated Press: April 25th, 2014

The President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili, has warned the Western countries about the alienation of Russia. He said, “I do not think that it is a wise decision to cut off relations with and alienate Russia” and noted that this would make Russia aggressive and dangerous.

2014-05-11 00:11:20

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