Putin says laws must be used on moral norms
MOSCOW, July 5 (Itar-Tass) -- President Vladimir Putin said laws and their application should be based on moral norms like the Bible, the Talmud or the Koran. "Moral and ethical norms described in the 'codes of conduct' – the Bible, the Talmud, the Koran and other holy scriptures – are very important for true believers, they are even more important than the papers we issue, backed up by the force of the state," Putin said in a conference of European prosecutors in Moscow on Wednesday. "Why? There has been a clear answer to this question in Russia since ancient times – those win who have the truth, not those who have the force," the president said. In his view, if law enforcement agencies "can ensure that the law and its application are based on moral norms, we will achieve the main goal – the support of our citizens." [End quote]
Editor's note: The Talmud and Talmudists despise the New Testament and the Muslim prophet Muhammad, so what on earth is Putin talking about? He is mixing apples and rotten eggs in a spectacular display of double-minded contradiction.
"Moral norms" in the Talmud, Vladimir? You mean like kids having sex with their Moms, rabbis molesting little boys, permission to lie to, steal from and kill gentiles? Those are the "codes of conduct" of the Talmud.
"Those win who have the truth." Indeed. But in this case, Mr. Putin, you don't.
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