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Working closely with Patriarch Kirill over the past year, Putin has arranged for the prelate to anchor his own television program, hold stadium meetings with Russian youth, and introduce a wide range of new Orthodox Christian curriculum in Russia’s public schools adding to the existing courses on Orthodoxy in spite of Jewish objections.On the anniversary of the Patriarch’s enthronement, Putin congratulated the hierarch for expanding Orthodox Christianity both in Russian society and beyond its borders: “Under your leadership, the influence of the Russian Church is growing not only in Russia but also abroad.Following the service, Putin and Medvedev appeared on National Television to “congratulate” the Russian people for “celebrating the Resurrection of Christ.” Here & Here.By contrast, Barack Obama did no photo-ops on Easter Sunday…no speeches.Sergei Lavrov, Clinton’s counterpart as Russian Foreign Minister, insisted that despite the US Secretary of State’s objections, Moscow would go through with starting up the reactor.Although Putin told Clinton that a sanction resolution against Iran “was possible” — at the same time, (all smiles) — the Prime Minister cautioned Clinton that sanctions “do not always resolve the issue and in some cases could be counterproductive.” In other words, behind Putin’s smile, is pure steel.
Together, the Prime Minister and the Patriarch are building churches and monasteries throughout Russia, with a special emphasis on bringing the youth into the Orthodox Christian community.But rather, Obama brought a cadre of journalists and photographers on April 1, 2010, to a White House Jewish Passover Seder, complete with a myriad of his Jewish staff.Hailed as “the first Presidential Seder in America’s history,” by Haaretz and declared a “new tradition” to be observed for years to come in the White House by the New York Times, Obama joined Jewish advisers, David Axelrod, Valerie Jarrett, Eric Lesser, Susan Sher (Michelle Obama’s counsel), and Herbie Ziskend, a staff assistant to Vice President Joe Biden, to celebrate the Jewish rite. As Goethe pointed out, a great leader holds people together.The difference between the two heads of state is strikingly dissimilar if not poles apart.For instance, on April 4, 2010, Vladimir Putin brought his co-leader, Dimitri Medvedev, along with state photographers, to Easter Sunday services in Moscow, joining 4 million Russians in celebrating the nation’s holiest day of the year.
on February 8, 2010, Vladimir Putin banned a fictional television series which “dramatized” the lives of Moscow schoolchildren with scenes of rebellion and depravity.