Goryacheva appealed to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to interfere in American internal politics since the US is constantly meddling in other countries.
The American public is in fact currently being exposed to fake media reports creating mass paranoia about a non-existent Russia-gate.
“We see how the US, under the beautiful words about democracy, unleashes civil wars and destroys entire states. Maybe it’s time for us to take part in the struggle of the African Americans and the Indians in America for their rights and democracy. Find real wild ones. I am assured many Russian women would give up their jewelry for such a noble cause (to pay for it.) Maybe then America will finally concentrate on itself,” Goryacheva said.
Duma speaker Valentina Matvienko looked surprised by the suggestion and called it “very creative”. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov however said that Russia will not be involved in such a campaign.
“It will not be advantageous for us to engage in similar activities, both according to the Orthodox and Muslim morals of our country, and in terms of our pragmatic interests. I think we will not benefit from the fact if large countries will break into the abyss of some major internal revolutions. I would not recommend our women to give up jewelry for the sake of what you said!” Lavrov responded.
Goryacheva was born in the village of Risovy Primorsky Krai on June 3, 1947. Her father, was a participant in the last world war. Svetlana was the eldest child (of five) in the family. She attempted three times to enter the law faculty of the Far Eastern State University, succeeded at her third try and graduated in 1974. She worked as a counselor of the executive committee of the Primorsky Territory Council of People’s Deputies, prosecutor of the general supervision department of the prosecutor’s office and the prosecutor of the Primorsky environmental interdistrict prosecutor’s office.
In 1990 she became a People’s Deputy of the RSFSR. His career in the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR began in 1990 with the rule of Boris Yeltsin, who had proposed Goryachev for the post of deputy chairman of the Supreme Council.
Soon she moved over to the opposition and began to openly criticize Yeltsin, but she was eventually forced to resign in October 1991. After the resignation, she was an active participant in the rallies against the dissolution of the Supreme Council.
But the career of Goryachevoy did not end there. In different years she was elected a deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation for various convocations. Svetlana Goryacheva – a supporter of the ban on the adoption of orphans from Russia by US citizens – argues that for such children there is a possibility of sexual exploitation or organ transplants.