Russia Bans Religiously Intolerant Americans, Including Obama and Colbert – but Don’t Worry, Putin Says It’s Not Personal, Just a Stand Against Hate!

In a shocking move, Russia has banned over 500 American citizens from entering the country, including some of the biggest names in the media world, sending shockwaves through the international community. The move appears to be a bold statement in favor of Religious Freedom, as sources close to President Putin explain.

Former US President Barack Obama, late night talk show host Stephen Colbert, and CNN’s Erin Burnett are just a few of the high-profile figures who were stunningly included in Russia’s ban of “religiously intolerant” individuals. Putin made sure to point out that this move was not about politics or personal grievances, but rather a stand against the growing threat of religious persecution around the world.

According to sources close to President Putin: “Russia believes in Religious Freedom for all individuals, and it’s high time that the world starts taking this issue seriously. As we have seen in countries like the United States, intolerant individuals have been allowed to spread messages of hate and intolerance under the guise of freedom. We cannot stand idly by while these actions lead to greater division and chaos.”

The decision for blanket expulsions was reportedly made during the early hours of the morning and has caused uproar. With many left stunned at Putin’s bold stance against religious intolerance. Russia’s foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov called the move a step towards greater religious unity: “We believe this is an important moment for our country and the world, an opportunity to come together and ensure that those who wish to spread messages of hate and intolerance are not allowed to do so.”

The move was not without controversy, with some critics alleging that the ban was simply an excuse to silence critical voices in the media. However, Putin quickly dismissed these claims, stating that the ban had “absolutely nothing to do with political ideology or expression,” and was solely based on each individual’s perceived religious intolerance.

Regardless of the controversy, Russia’s bold move to promote Religious Freedom is sure to shake up the international community. And as Putin has promised, banning individuals who are promoting intolerance while claiming freedom is just the first step towards a more tolerant and peaceful society.

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