UKRAINE: FECRIS Vice-President Alexander Dvorkin accuses group of Jewish Psychatrist Szondi of Cultic activity
Interview by Willy Fautré, Human Rights Without Frontiers Int’l
Odessa/Ukraine, 05.09.2016 (HRWF) – Earlier this year, the director of HRWF Int’l met with, and interviewed, some victims of the media campaign demonizing them in Odessa. Ukrainian followers of Jewish psychiatrist Léopold Szondi have been demonized and maligned by Alexander Dvorkin, vice-president of FECRIS, on the website of FECRIS’ affiliate organization in Russia: Saint Ireneus of Lyons Center for Religious Studies in Moscow.
Léopold Szondi was a Hungarian psychiatrist. He is known for the psychological tool that bears his name, the Szondi test.
Szondi was born on 11th March 1893 in Nitra, the former Austro-Hungarian Empire and present-day Slovakia. He was raised in a German and Slovak-speaking Jewish family. In June 1944, he was deported with his family to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp on the Kastner train. In December 1944, Szondi and his family, along with other prominent intellectuals, were released to Switzerland after 1,700 American intellectuals paid a large ransom to Adolf Eichmann. He continued to live there after the war. He died in Küsnacht on 24th January 1986 at the age of 92.
Szondi has a few followers in Ukraine that try to adapt his teachings to the modern world and to implement them in various contexts.
Human Rights Without Frontiers Int’l met journalist Konstantin Slobodyanyuk in Odessa and interviewed him about the nefarious influence of some of Alexander Dvorkin’s anti-sect activities in Ukraine. Slobodyanyuk is also the editor-in-chief of “Unsolved Crimes” newspaper; he shares the views of Léopold Szondi.
HRWF: When and how did your interest in Szondi’s teachings start?
Konstantin Slobodyanyuk: In 2014, Oleg Maltsev, scientist and my director, together with Michael Vigdorchik, who is well-known for his psychological diagnoses, established the Private Enterprise “International Schicksalsanalyse Community Research Institute”. Of course, the preparation for the establishment of this Institute began long before its official registration – it took a few years. During the preparation of this project, I became familiar with the works of Léopold Szondi. The research and techniques, which allow one to diagnose the conditions of a subject and predict his actions in the future, are extremely important in journalism, especially in the case of our profile edition “The Unsolved Crimes” newspaper.
HRWF: What is “Unsolved Crimes” newspaper?
Konstantin Slobodyanyuk: “Unsolved Crimes” newspaper is a non-profit legal entity that was officially registered on the 13th of November 2014 under the series and certificate number OD 1742-613P. “Unsolved Crimes” only prints a minimum of official editions, as required under the law of Ukraine, but it is strategically focused on internet.
Originally, the “Unsolved Crimes” newspaper was created as a mass media outlet of the Redut Law Firm in Odessa, in order to cover issues related to criminal justice in Ukraine. Also our goal was to give our colleagues (other attorneys at law who do not work for our company) a chance to speak freely in a legally recognized mass media, and some of our colleagues gratefully took advantage of this opportunity.
Eight journalists work for the “Unsolved Crimes” newspaper. One of them, Yulia Yalovaya, was a victim of the activities of Alexander Dvorkin.
HRWF: What is Redut Law Firm?
Konstantin Slobodyanyuk: The founders of the Redut Law Firm are Oleg Maltsev and Olga Panchenko. Both of them are Jewish attorneys at law and followers of Léopold Szondi’s teachings. The director is attorney Olga Panchenko. Redut Law Firm is comprised of seven attorneys at law in total.
Oleg Maltsev is also the founder and director of the Private Enterprise “International Schicksalsanalyse Community research Institute”. In the last 20 years Oleg Maltsev has conducted a series of fundamental scientific researches in the field of applied history, depth psychology, human memory and consciousness. He is also the author of dozens of intellectual property rights objects. In addition, Oleg Maltsev is preparing a PhD in psychology.
HRWF: Who was behind the public campaign against Oleg Maltsev?
Konstantin Slobodyanyuk: It all started in 2012. One of the scientific seminars of Oleg Maltsev was attended by Maria Kapar. As it turned out later on, Maria Kapar had graduated from an Orthodox theological seminary, and for about 10 years she had served in a Russian Orthodox Church in Odessa. In 2014, it came to light that she had illegal business in Odessa. To cover up this illegal business, Maria Kapar misused one of the brand names of a company that had an agreement with Oleg Maltsev without his permission and his knowledge . Under cover of the opening of an art exhibition, Maria Kapar held a gathering with men and women who drank alcohol and had sexual activities in a private house. According to the laws of Ukraine, this kind of place is called a place of debauchery and is punishable by criminal law. When Oleg Maltsev heard about this, he took the necessary measures to stop this illegal activity.
Then Maria Kapar turned to more radical actions (…)
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