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“I’m gay, and I’m just the same person as you, my dear audience, as President Putin, as Prime Minister Medvedev and the deputies of our Duma,” Krasovsky, 37, said earlier this year in January on the Kremlin-backed television and internet network he helped launch, Kontr TV.

Though his admission was followed by a “storm of applause” by the audience and the show’s staff, Krasovsky was fired the very same night.

Whereas the West could once accuse the Soviet Union of being a "godless nation," the Russian Federation can now claim to have God on its side.

A “California embassy” housed in a Moscow office belonging to a Russian anti-globalization organization does not break election law because it’s for personal use only, and is not part of the California secession ballot initiative effort, said Louis Marinelli, the president of the Yes California Independence Campaign.

During a 13 February 2017 press conference in Los Angeles, Marinelli sought to dispel media reports linking the #Calexit campaign to the Russian government, though he has been open about living (at least part of the time) in Yekaterinburg, where he works as an English teacher, with his Russian wife.

After suffering a period of neglect under the Soviet Union, over 25,000 churches and 800 monasteries have been built or refurbished during Putin's reign.

Meanwhile, the Kremlin has also launched a series of youth programs, the largest being Nashi, that teach conservative courses on politics, foreign policy and family values.

Krasovsky’s announcement in the vehemently homophobic Russia was an incredibly brave decision, and an equally controversial one, considering the current climate for the nation’s LGBT community.

Violence, kidnappings, murder not to mention a law against disseminating homosexual “propaganda” to children, which has come under intense international scrutiny with the Winter Olympics being held in Sochi next year.

“It’s called the feeling of freedom,” Jesse “The Body” Ventura barks into the mic, atop his motorcycle.

“Everyone in the world should experience freedom, and you get it on the open road.” That’s the opening of the trailer for his upcoming program for RT, Russia’s state-sponsored media outlet.

If Ventura’s last foray into hosting a TV series is any indication, we’re certainly in store for an interesting “ride.” In 2009, The Body hosted the short-lived tru TV program titled “Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura.” Ventura and his crack team of investigators dug into hot topics such as the 9/11 truther movement, the possible existence of lizard-like shape-shifting humanoids and the 2012 apocalypse.

RT America will air the new show on Fridays with weekend re-runs.

As of 13 February 2017, however, the ADR’s web site advertises they are hosting the Calexit movement’s Moscow “embassy” with the following description: The representational office of California was opened on the 18th of December, 2016, at the headquarters of the Anti-Globalization Movement of Russia.