Ideologist and inspirer of the crosscutting pursued by the authorities of Ukraine and Russia sextremist FEMEN Inna Shevchenko received documents to be granted political asylum of the French Republic. August 17, 2012 the day of the trial of Pussy Riot Shevchenko has cut down by a chainsaw a memorial cross on the Independence Square in a sign of solidarity with the defendants and against the theocratic pretensions of the ROC. The action has detonated a number of similar acts across Russia from the Altai to St. Petersburg, entering the history of feminist atheism called crosscutting. October 17, Ukrainian President Yanukovych at a meeting with leaders of religious denominations publicly called on the Minister of Interior "severely punish" the organizers of the crosscutting. However sextremist Shevchenko managed to break away from the surveillance and secretly left Ukraine by train through Warsaw to Paris. FEMEN dissident native of the Kherson region, born in 1990 graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of the National University of Shevchenko launched in Paris a violent revolutionary activities. Sextremist opened in the center of the French capital an international training camp of preparing sextremists FEMEN. Meanwhile itself Inna entered the top 20 iconic women in the world in 2012 according to the magazine Le Figaro. Shevchenko on the background image of the sleeping area of Kiev was among the winners of the prestigious international contest WORLD Press Photo 2012.
FEMEN wishes to Inna to have more rage to patriarchy and the will to win over it!