Russia even prohibits so-called "Rehabilitation of Nazism" (https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Rehabilitation+of+Nazism+site%3Awww.rt.com&atb=v69-4__).
In 2016, Vladimir Putin has also imposed quite a few restrictions on religious freedom, as explained in the article Is persecution returning for Russia’s Christians? – New laws make evangelism illegal.
So Russia has "may issue" licenses, & limits one to owning up to 5 shotguns, 5 rifles & 5 trumatic guns (though I've read that someone said 2) combined, with heavy restrictions on handguns, short barreled shotguns & rifles, & machine guns. Most western countries are not that arbitrary.
Also, Russia has a gun ownership rate of about 8.9 per 100 individuals, which is relatively low & is comparable to, say, the United Kingdom (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estimated_number_of_guns_per_capita_by_country#List_of_countries_by_estimated_number_of_guns_per_capita).
Even countries such as Germany & Sweden, major culprits to cultural Marxism & outright stupidity, are better off than Russia in terms of firearms ownership rate.
For icing on the cake, Russia is an observer state of the Organisation of Islamic Corporation.
Part 2: Is Russia (& Eastern Europe) really coming back to Christianity? How "morally Christian" do people in Russia statistically act?
According to http://www.pewforum.org/2014/02/10/russians-return-to-religion-but-not-to-church/, while Russians may be returning to religion, they aren't returning to church, and don't always return to Christianity.
According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Importance_of_religion_by_country, about 34% of Russians say that religion is important to them, which is actually on-par with the Netherlands (which is liberal about sexuality &, to a lesser degree, drug use), & lower than Germany & Canada at 40% & 42% respectively.
Russia, along with parts of eastern Europe, still has some of the heaviest alcohol consumption in the world (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcohol_consumption_in_Russia), & still suffers from heavy drug use (https://gizmodo.com/why-russias-heroin-addicts-are-going-through-hell-1787892724), & was once on the rise (https://sputniknews.com/society/20100601159275131/, http://one-europe.net/eurographics/drug-use-increases-in-eastern-europe).
I'd also like to mention that Russia, despite how seemingly both the government & the people are gung-ho are about the drug war, actually decriminalized the possession of up to six grams of marijuana (& the transport of it) or two grams of hashish, & the cultivation of up to twenty plants (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legality_of_cannabis_by_country#.C2.A0Russia). Up to that amount is essentially a slap on the wrist (it's treated more like, say, having beer in public).
In that regard, Russia is actually more liberal than many western countries, & the line between criminalized & non-criminalized possession of marijuana is a gram higher than the Netherlands.
So in that sense, Russia is even more liberal than Sweden, the latter of which literally punishes people for having marijuana than people who have raped young kids (this is NOT an exageration).
Sexuality, sexually transmitted diseases & marriage:
Russia still has higher teen birth rates than some western countries (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prevalence_of_teenage_pregnancy#UN_Statistics_Division.2C_estimates_1995-2010), has a higher presence of HIV/AIDS than some western countries (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_HIV/AIDS_adult_prevalence_rate), & has the highest per-capita abortion rate in the world (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abortion_in_Russia).
As for prostitution, it's treated like an "administrative" offense in Russia (which is treated like drinking beer in a public or being naked in public & is punished with a slap on the wrist), Romania & Slovenia does not criminalise it, & non-organised prostitution is perfectly legal in Poland, Hungary, & Slovakia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution_in_Europe)
While Russia has a high marriage rate, it still has the world's highest divorce rate & a fairly high divorce-to-marriage ratio (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divorce_demography#Divorce_statistics_by_country).
As for allowing homosexuals to serve in the armed forces, Russia & many other eastern European countries allow homosexuals in their armed forces, some even have policies to specifically protect them.
These countries in alphabetical order are:
Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia
Do you now really think that Russia & eastern Europe is becoming more Christian, especially with prostitution laws in some places being more liberal than San Francisco, California, where prostitution is absolutely illegal (even though it is the most liberal city in the United States of America), & socially conservative Russia being less religious than relatively liberal countries such as Germany & Canada?
I'm glad to see at least two or three comments on the article Vladimir Putin, Christian Crusader? that sees through the "Holy Russia" myth.
Along with this, it is typical for people who are uneducated &/or (especially in the cases I'm talking about) going through hard times to turn to religion for comfort.
European culture actually started long before Christianity was established. Also, culture & religion are NOT the same things. There are many articles just about the differences between religion & culture.
Many people who truly supported liberty, such as Voltaire & some the Founding Fathers of the United States of America, were quite critical of religion, were deists, or at least supported a form of government other than hardline theocracy.
As for opposing the New World Order without religion or a religious theme, Syria is a secular country & still opposes the New World Order. Geert Wilders & the Party for Freedom (not that I agree with endorse their belifs) come across with a very nationalistic public image, but they're in one of the most sex-positive developed countries on the planet.
The American Conservative
P.S: an article that inspired this one came from Russia Insider, which is a questionable source: