Till Lindemann’s concerts may be banned in Russia / January 15, 2022 | Culture, News of the day 01/15/22

The chairman of the patriarchal commission on family issues, protection of motherhood and childhood of the Russian Orthodox Church, priest Fyodor Lukyanov, called on to ban the concerts of Rammstein soloist Till Lindemann, planned in Russia, the MK website reports.

According to the priest, the commission supported the parent community, which opposes the singer’s series of concerts called “I hate children.” The initiators consider unacceptable “propaganda of hate detonation and abortion contained in the texts of this rock artist.”

As previously reported, the head of the Russian investigative committee, Alexander Bastrykin, instructed the head of the Novosibirsk department of the RF IC, Anton Badulin, to check the arguments of local activists from the Coordinating Council in Defense of Public Morality. The latter spoke out sharply against Lindemann’s speech.

Activists called the concert an “anti-cultural phenomenon.” They asked to counteract its abolition at the legislative level. Moreover, the German performer has already had problems in Russia due to scandalous videos and songs. Later it became known that the concert was postponed to the end of 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Moscow, Ivan Baburin

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