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Eric Grunau 2017-09-11
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The agreement was the unanticipated fruit of an attempt by the French Foreign Minister, Aristide Briand, to negotiate a bilateral treaty with the United States in which each nation would renounce the use of war as an instrument of policy toward the other.

That’s because the treaty went into effect on July 24, 1929, after which the following occurred: Japan invaded Manchuria (1931); Italy invaded Ethiopia (1935); Japan invaded China (1937); Germany invaded Poland (1939); the Soviet Union invaded Finland (1939); Germany invaded Denmark, Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and France and attacked Great Britain (1940); and Japan attacked the United States (1941), culminating in a global war that produced the atomic bomb and more than sixty million deaths.

When goods are the end products of a worldwide chain of manufacture and distribution, a nation that goes to war risks cutting itself off from vital resources.

In their view, the signing of the Kellogg-Briand Pact was not a Dr. Seuss parable with funny characters in striped trousers and top hats.

Isn’t the Kellogg-Briand Pact just a case of post hoc ergo propter hoc—an exercise in feel-good diplomacy that happened to find confirmation many years later in a state of global affairs made possible by other means?

They include the nineteenth-century Japanese philosopher and government official Nishi Amane; the brilliant academic rivals Hans Kelsen, an Austrian Jew, and Carl Schmitt, a book-burning Nazi; the American lawyer Salmon Levinson, who began the outlawry movement in the nineteen-twenties and then got written out of its history by men with bigger egos; and the Czech émigré Bohuslav Ečer and the Galician émigré Hersch Lauterpacht, who helped formulate the arguments that made possible the prosecution of Nazi leaders at Nuremberg and laid the groundwork for the United Nations.

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sizado 2021-10-06
Only four decades following the Cuban Missile Disaster, the US and USSR were managing to restrict conflict to next earth battlegrounds like Vietnam, but equally privately anticipated the other might start a pre-emptive nuclear hit at any time. Until ground-launched intercontinental missiles were effective at striking the Soviet Union, the US Strategic Air Command (SAC) depended on Function Chrome Dome; a fleet of nuclear bombers continuously patrolling the borders of the Soviet Union. The airplanes are bombed up, and they don't carry bows and arrows." The Spanish villager who discovered the human body still strapped into the ejector chair, claimed he'd, "all of the horrors of the planet reflected in his face". Large pieces of plane amazingly overlooked colleges and village houses. The five-year-old child of Maria Badillo ran into her home yelling "Mama, the air is raining fire."
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Allen Oneil 2021-01-16
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The Russians are enriched with culture and tradition.

Surely it will give satisfaction to the person because Russian gifts are attractive and world popular.

Among them, Matryoshka dolls, imperial eggs, Russian souvenirs, gifts for men, memorabilia gifts are the most unique and attractive.

Russian MemorabiliaThe memories of Russia mean the memory of the Soviet Union.

In these memorabilia caps, hats, medals, badges, bags, backpacks, T-shirts, sailor collars, etc are the major items for gifting.

It looks like it represents the Soviet Union in the modern world.

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Marshall Johnson 2017-01-05

The illustrations were created by L. Smekhov and written by V. Strukova and V. Shevchenko.

And it s incredible how closely they mirror what was going on in the United States as far as technological dreams were concerned.

I ve included select images from what appears to be the original source Sergey Pozdnyakov below, along with some of the translations from the Moscow Times, which our own Russian-speaking editor confirmed are accurate.

Interestingly, the illustration looks like it was almost certainly inspired by the Futurama exhibit from the 1939 New York World s Fair.

GM s Futurama exhibit in 1939

Visitors to the fair could look at the futuristic cities of tomorrow in the Futurama ride, not unlike the Soviet kids above.

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Tom Brown 2017-11-03
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After the Soviet rocket genius Sergei Korolev led that nation's space program masterfully in the 1950s, culminating with the launch of Sputnik 1 on October 4, 1957, one might have expected that the country would have taken time to celebrate his achievements.

Thanks to Korolev, with that small, 60cm spherical satellite, the Soviet Union had just won the opening salvo of the Space Race.

After Sputnik 1, when Korolev met with the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, the premier wanted to press his advantage over the United States.

This is because the first Sputnik mission had launched in early October, and the Soviet Union celebrated the "October Revolution" in early November 1957, commemorating when Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks took the decisive steps that would eventually culminate in the creation of the Soviet Union.

To meet this deadline, Korolev would use the same 30-meter tall Sputnik rocket, but it would carry a much larger payload, more than 500kg inside the spacecraft.

Korolev and his engineers had to design the spacecraft, and workers had to build it within just a few weeks.

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Garland Marsella 2017-01-05
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The illustrations were created by L. Smekhov and written by V. Strukova and V. Shevchenko.

And it s incredible how closely they mirror what was going on in the United States as far as technological dreams were concerned.

I ve included select images from what appears to be the original source Sergey Pozdnyakov below, along with some of the translations from the Moscow Times, which our own Russian-speaking editor confirmed are accurate.

Interestingly, the illustration looks like it was almost certainly inspired by the Futurama exhibit from the 1939 New York World s Fair.

GM s Futurama exhibit in 1939

Visitors to the fair could look at the futuristic cities of tomorrow in the Futurama ride, not unlike the Soviet kids above.

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Richard Baty 2016-12-08
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Cape Schmidt sits at the northeasternmost corner of Siberia, a place that is by definition remote.

But even by that measure, this former Soviet airbase is particularly desolate, a place so devoid of light and color that every photo Andrey Shapran made there appears to be black and white.

The haunting images in Cape North reveal a forgotten place where snowdrifts cover abandoned military equipment and buildings crumble from age and neglect.

You can almost feel the cold, and the desolation.

There isn t a living soul around, Shapran says.

Meet the People of a Soviet Country That Doesn t Exist

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Michael Wilson 2021-01-26
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The Soviet Union is long gone, but Russia still has planes designed and built during the Soviet era flying missions on the frontline with NATO.
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Arab News 2020-07-27
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Military relations have always been tense between these two Caucasus countries following the dismemberment of the Soviet Union.

The bone of contention is the Nagorno-Karabakh province, which is an Azeri enclave.

It was made an autonomous oblast (administrative region) of Azerbaijan by Joseph Stalin in 1923.

In the run-up to the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989, the Armenians living in Karabakh started to ask for the transfer of the province from Azerbaijan to Armenia.

Full-fledged military confrontations took place between the late 1980s and May 1994. https://arab.news/6s5sa

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Evelyn Fowler 2021-04-07
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There are a few weapons designed to take on the Soviet Union that might still come in handy during a modern clash with Russia.
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Robert Rock 2016-08-05
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top Secret Camp Century on the Greenland would become a genetically enhanced, renegade against the Soviet union.

When the cold war began in the early 1950s, the U.S. and Denmark agreed to an american genetically enhanced, renegade would have to be built on the north-west Greenland.

Officially a research station, but the military a secret genetically enhanced, renegade with warheads targeted against the Soviet union.

in 1959 began the construction of the plant, which today is located 35 meters under the Greenland ice.

the Complex covers an area of 55 acres.

As most were 200 military personnel in the plant.

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Marsh Paul 2018-12-10

"Underground Gas Storage Industry Outlook In Former Soviet Union To 2022 - Capacity And Capital Expenditure Forecasts With Details Of All Operating And Planned Storage Sites", is a comprehensive report on underground gas storage industry in Former Soviet Union.

The report provides gas storage site details such as asset name, operator name, storage type, start year, working gas capacity along with withdrawal rate for all active and planned gas storage assets in the region.

The report also provides key country comparisons based on contribution to working gas capacity.

The report also provides capital expenditure outlook by key countries, year on year, from 2018 to 2022.

Planned or proposed (new build) underground gas storage sites, as announced by various companies, have also been included in this report.

Further the report also offers recent developments and latest awarded contracts at country level.Get PDF Sample Copy of This Report at http://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/2398600Scope- Updated information relating to all active and planned underground gas storage sites in Former Soviet Union- Provides key details such as operator name, type, start year, total storage capacity, working gas capacity, maximum withdrawl rate for all active and planned underground gas storage sites to 2022- Provides capital expenditure outlook by year and by key countries for planned underground gas storage sites till 2022- Latest developments and contracts related to underground gas storage industry at country level.Reasons to buy- Obtain the most up to date information available on all active and planned gas storage sites in Former Soviet Union- Identify growth segments and opportunities in the industry- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historic and forecast capacity data- Assess your competitor’s gas storage sites.Make an Inquiry before [email protected] http://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/enquiry-before-buying/2398600Major Points from Table of Content:1 Table of Contents 11.1.

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Dorothy Chiaramonte 2017-02-03
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the European parliament has condemned the Us president Donald Trump a possible choice for a new EU-lähettikään, told the BBC.

Trump is believed to appointing the task businessman Ted Malloch.

European leaders wrote a letter in which they say malloch in favour of EU landings, and they say malloch's views reveal the shocking malevolence .

One of the EU leaders said separately that Malloch, who has previously likened the EU to the Soviet union, should be declared persona non grata , i.e. non-grata.

BBC interview last month, Malloch, who said at the time:

I had a previous career as a diplomat in a position where I helped to dismantle the Soviet union.

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StevenH Wicker 2019-07-26

Sometimes says Earthworm's president, Eilat Lev, ''the wheels turn slower but better.

We took our time to make all the changes that we thought were necessary for American industry and to test it in the Soviet Union.''

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Julian Dunkelberger 2017-11-03
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On 3 November 1957, a street dog named Laika became the first Earthling to orbit our planet.

The Soviet Union had launched many good dogs into outer space before, but Laika became a global sensation because she was the first to enter low Earth orbit.

As The New Yorker wrote in its remembrance of the hero, the Soviet Union space program chose Laika because the mutt fit all the Soviet’s doggonaut requirements at the time—she was scrappy enough to survive the rough streets of Moscow but colourful enough that she photographed well.

The program also chose females because they were thought to be less temperamental than male dogs, and because it was more difficult to design suits that accommodated male canine genitalia.

Laika was bound into a crude spacesuit and loaded into Sputnik 2 a month after the spacecraft’s predecessor became the first satellite launched into low Earth orbit.

Ever a lover of dog puns, the United States press gave her the nickname Muttnick.

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Michael Fewell 2018-08-31
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If this is the definition of rogue so I wonder why we even have diplomatic relations with t.ex saudi Arabia which, in principle, execute homosexuals.

Com, then remember that transparency regarding the Pride of mm, not a particularly great during the 80s-90s in this country.

Russia has gone from the Soviet union-->Russia 1990ish-->collapse-->build-up phase from 2000 and onwards.

Technically speaking, you're barely 20 years into a development from being passed from the Soviet union, where all possible constraints existed to something more transparent we see today.

One thing that people tend to forget is that the majority of people support these "anti propaganda" laws against homosexuality because of religion and various other "old" ways of thinking.

This is not something that can be forced, but which will emerge with new generations as long as access to open information exists bl.a through the internet.

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Eric Grunau 2017-09-11
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The agreement was the unanticipated fruit of an attempt by the French Foreign Minister, Aristide Briand, to negotiate a bilateral treaty with the United States in which each nation would renounce the use of war as an instrument of policy toward the other.

That’s because the treaty went into effect on July 24, 1929, after which the following occurred: Japan invaded Manchuria (1931); Italy invaded Ethiopia (1935); Japan invaded China (1937); Germany invaded Poland (1939); the Soviet Union invaded Finland (1939); Germany invaded Denmark, Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and France and attacked Great Britain (1940); and Japan attacked the United States (1941), culminating in a global war that produced the atomic bomb and more than sixty million deaths.

When goods are the end products of a worldwide chain of manufacture and distribution, a nation that goes to war risks cutting itself off from vital resources.

In their view, the signing of the Kellogg-Briand Pact was not a Dr. Seuss parable with funny characters in striped trousers and top hats.

Isn’t the Kellogg-Briand Pact just a case of post hoc ergo propter hoc—an exercise in feel-good diplomacy that happened to find confirmation many years later in a state of global affairs made possible by other means?

They include the nineteenth-century Japanese philosopher and government official Nishi Amane; the brilliant academic rivals Hans Kelsen, an Austrian Jew, and Carl Schmitt, a book-burning Nazi; the American lawyer Salmon Levinson, who began the outlawry movement in the nineteen-twenties and then got written out of its history by men with bigger egos; and the Czech émigré Bohuslav Ečer and the Galician émigré Hersch Lauterpacht, who helped formulate the arguments that made possible the prosecution of Nazi leaders at Nuremberg and laid the groundwork for the United Nations.

Allen Oneil 2021-01-16
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The Russians are enriched with culture and tradition.

Surely it will give satisfaction to the person because Russian gifts are attractive and world popular.

Among them, Matryoshka dolls, imperial eggs, Russian souvenirs, gifts for men, memorabilia gifts are the most unique and attractive.

Russian MemorabiliaThe memories of Russia mean the memory of the Soviet Union.

In these memorabilia caps, hats, medals, badges, bags, backpacks, T-shirts, sailor collars, etc are the major items for gifting.

It looks like it represents the Soviet Union in the modern world.

Tom Brown 2017-11-03
img

After the Soviet rocket genius Sergei Korolev led that nation's space program masterfully in the 1950s, culminating with the launch of Sputnik 1 on October 4, 1957, one might have expected that the country would have taken time to celebrate his achievements.

Thanks to Korolev, with that small, 60cm spherical satellite, the Soviet Union had just won the opening salvo of the Space Race.

After Sputnik 1, when Korolev met with the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, the premier wanted to press his advantage over the United States.

This is because the first Sputnik mission had launched in early October, and the Soviet Union celebrated the "October Revolution" in early November 1957, commemorating when Vladimir Lenin and the Bolsheviks took the decisive steps that would eventually culminate in the creation of the Soviet Union.

To meet this deadline, Korolev would use the same 30-meter tall Sputnik rocket, but it would carry a much larger payload, more than 500kg inside the spacecraft.

Korolev and his engineers had to design the spacecraft, and workers had to build it within just a few weeks.

Richard Baty 2016-12-08
img

Cape Schmidt sits at the northeasternmost corner of Siberia, a place that is by definition remote.

But even by that measure, this former Soviet airbase is particularly desolate, a place so devoid of light and color that every photo Andrey Shapran made there appears to be black and white.

The haunting images in Cape North reveal a forgotten place where snowdrifts cover abandoned military equipment and buildings crumble from age and neglect.

You can almost feel the cold, and the desolation.

There isn t a living soul around, Shapran says.

Meet the People of a Soviet Country That Doesn t Exist

Arab News 2020-07-27
img

Military relations have always been tense between these two Caucasus countries following the dismemberment of the Soviet Union.

The bone of contention is the Nagorno-Karabakh province, which is an Azeri enclave.

It was made an autonomous oblast (administrative region) of Azerbaijan by Joseph Stalin in 1923.

In the run-up to the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989, the Armenians living in Karabakh started to ask for the transfer of the province from Azerbaijan to Armenia.

Full-fledged military confrontations took place between the late 1980s and May 1994. https://arab.news/6s5sa

Robert Rock 2016-08-05
img

top Secret Camp Century on the Greenland would become a genetically enhanced, renegade against the Soviet union.

When the cold war began in the early 1950s, the U.S. and Denmark agreed to an american genetically enhanced, renegade would have to be built on the north-west Greenland.

Officially a research station, but the military a secret genetically enhanced, renegade with warheads targeted against the Soviet union.

in 1959 began the construction of the plant, which today is located 35 meters under the Greenland ice.

the Complex covers an area of 55 acres.

As most were 200 military personnel in the plant.

Dorothy Chiaramonte 2017-02-03
img

the European parliament has condemned the Us president Donald Trump a possible choice for a new EU-lähettikään, told the BBC.

Trump is believed to appointing the task businessman Ted Malloch.

European leaders wrote a letter in which they say malloch in favour of EU landings, and they say malloch's views reveal the shocking malevolence .

One of the EU leaders said separately that Malloch, who has previously likened the EU to the Soviet union, should be declared persona non grata , i.e. non-grata.

BBC interview last month, Malloch, who said at the time:

I had a previous career as a diplomat in a position where I helped to dismantle the Soviet union.

Julian Dunkelberger 2017-11-03
img

On 3 November 1957, a street dog named Laika became the first Earthling to orbit our planet.

The Soviet Union had launched many good dogs into outer space before, but Laika became a global sensation because she was the first to enter low Earth orbit.

As The New Yorker wrote in its remembrance of the hero, the Soviet Union space program chose Laika because the mutt fit all the Soviet’s doggonaut requirements at the time—she was scrappy enough to survive the rough streets of Moscow but colourful enough that she photographed well.

The program also chose females because they were thought to be less temperamental than male dogs, and because it was more difficult to design suits that accommodated male canine genitalia.

Laika was bound into a crude spacesuit and loaded into Sputnik 2 a month after the spacecraft’s predecessor became the first satellite launched into low Earth orbit.

Ever a lover of dog puns, the United States press gave her the nickname Muttnick.

sizado 2021-10-06
Only four decades following the Cuban Missile Disaster, the US and USSR were managing to restrict conflict to next earth battlegrounds like Vietnam, but equally privately anticipated the other might start a pre-emptive nuclear hit at any time. Until ground-launched intercontinental missiles were effective at striking the Soviet Union, the US Strategic Air Command (SAC) depended on Function Chrome Dome; a fleet of nuclear bombers continuously patrolling the borders of the Soviet Union. The airplanes are bombed up, and they don't carry bows and arrows." The Spanish villager who discovered the human body still strapped into the ejector chair, claimed he'd, "all of the horrors of the planet reflected in his face". Large pieces of plane amazingly overlooked colleges and village houses. The five-year-old child of Maria Badillo ran into her home yelling "Mama, the air is raining fire."
Marshall Johnson 2017-01-05

The illustrations were created by L. Smekhov and written by V. Strukova and V. Shevchenko.

And it s incredible how closely they mirror what was going on in the United States as far as technological dreams were concerned.

I ve included select images from what appears to be the original source Sergey Pozdnyakov below, along with some of the translations from the Moscow Times, which our own Russian-speaking editor confirmed are accurate.

Interestingly, the illustration looks like it was almost certainly inspired by the Futurama exhibit from the 1939 New York World s Fair.

GM s Futurama exhibit in 1939

Visitors to the fair could look at the futuristic cities of tomorrow in the Futurama ride, not unlike the Soviet kids above.

Garland Marsella 2017-01-05
img

The illustrations were created by L. Smekhov and written by V. Strukova and V. Shevchenko.

And it s incredible how closely they mirror what was going on in the United States as far as technological dreams were concerned.

I ve included select images from what appears to be the original source Sergey Pozdnyakov below, along with some of the translations from the Moscow Times, which our own Russian-speaking editor confirmed are accurate.

Interestingly, the illustration looks like it was almost certainly inspired by the Futurama exhibit from the 1939 New York World s Fair.

GM s Futurama exhibit in 1939

Visitors to the fair could look at the futuristic cities of tomorrow in the Futurama ride, not unlike the Soviet kids above.

Michael Wilson 2021-01-26
img
The Soviet Union is long gone, but Russia still has planes designed and built during the Soviet era flying missions on the frontline with NATO.
Evelyn Fowler 2021-04-07
img
There are a few weapons designed to take on the Soviet Union that might still come in handy during a modern clash with Russia.
Marsh Paul 2018-12-10

"Underground Gas Storage Industry Outlook In Former Soviet Union To 2022 - Capacity And Capital Expenditure Forecasts With Details Of All Operating And Planned Storage Sites", is a comprehensive report on underground gas storage industry in Former Soviet Union.

The report provides gas storage site details such as asset name, operator name, storage type, start year, working gas capacity along with withdrawal rate for all active and planned gas storage assets in the region.

The report also provides key country comparisons based on contribution to working gas capacity.

The report also provides capital expenditure outlook by key countries, year on year, from 2018 to 2022.

Planned or proposed (new build) underground gas storage sites, as announced by various companies, have also been included in this report.

Further the report also offers recent developments and latest awarded contracts at country level.Get PDF Sample Copy of This Report at http://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/2398600Scope- Updated information relating to all active and planned underground gas storage sites in Former Soviet Union- Provides key details such as operator name, type, start year, total storage capacity, working gas capacity, maximum withdrawl rate for all active and planned underground gas storage sites to 2022- Provides capital expenditure outlook by year and by key countries for planned underground gas storage sites till 2022- Latest developments and contracts related to underground gas storage industry at country level.Reasons to buy- Obtain the most up to date information available on all active and planned gas storage sites in Former Soviet Union- Identify growth segments and opportunities in the industry- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historic and forecast capacity data- Assess your competitor’s gas storage sites.Make an Inquiry before [email protected] http://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/enquiry-before-buying/2398600Major Points from Table of Content:1 Table of Contents 11.1.

StevenH Wicker 2019-07-26

Sometimes says Earthworm's president, Eilat Lev, ''the wheels turn slower but better.

We took our time to make all the changes that we thought were necessary for American industry and to test it in the Soviet Union.''

Michael Fewell 2018-08-31
img

If this is the definition of rogue so I wonder why we even have diplomatic relations with t.ex saudi Arabia which, in principle, execute homosexuals.

Com, then remember that transparency regarding the Pride of mm, not a particularly great during the 80s-90s in this country.

Russia has gone from the Soviet union-->Russia 1990ish-->collapse-->build-up phase from 2000 and onwards.

Technically speaking, you're barely 20 years into a development from being passed from the Soviet union, where all possible constraints existed to something more transparent we see today.

One thing that people tend to forget is that the majority of people support these "anti propaganda" laws against homosexuality because of religion and various other "old" ways of thinking.

This is not something that can be forced, but which will emerge with new generations as long as access to open information exists bl.a through the internet.