Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
The Yeltsin Centre received one of the most important prizes of the “European Museum of Year” competition — the prize named after the founder of the award Kenneth Hudson.
This award was awarded for the first time to a Russian museum.
In the diploma it is written: the Yeltsin Centre makes us discuss the subject of democracy, freedom, and freedom of speech.
The Council of Europe and PACE appear as partners of the award.
The ceremony of delivery of the award took place on May 6th, 2017, in Croatia. Dina Sorokina and Yeltsin’s daughter Tatyana Yumasheva were present at the ceremony.
Western “partners” methodically “probe” the Yeltsin Centre — a nest of ultraliberal propaganda and rehabilitation of Nazism on the Ural mountains. Its poisonous fruits — liberal zombies jumping in front of a monument to Yeltsin with slogans against the authorities — this is only the beginning. The psychological conditioning of the Ural youth dreaming of a certain “republic” to the applause of world community continues.
Nikita Mikhalkov, who earlier accused the “Yeltsin center” of destroying the consciousness of the youth, stated to the “Govorit Moskva” radio station that the presenting of the European award to the museum is the best confirmation of his words.
“There can’t be best confirmation. I am not at all surprised that the ‘Yeltsin center’ received the award of Kenneth Hudson. I am not surprised and I react to this exactly as if I learned that the citizen of the Soviet Union, a certain ‘Kotsyubaylo’, who became an auxiliary policeman, received an iron cross from the Wehrmacht”.
In December, 2016, the director publicly criticized the activity of the “Yeltsin Center”, having stated that the institution daily destroys the national consciousness of hundreds of children, because it gives a biased assessment of Russian history, and called to correct the program of the museum.
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