Saturday, May 5, 2018

Navalny is just a Putin's private troll(same as Sobchak and so on - people are identified as enemies via him and destroyed)....

Now you know what is all about(this time lets say - who knows what next time things will be like) and you may proceed into what will end even with genocide against you in Russia or chose to turn the right path to work for the benefit of the people(STOP POLITICIANS FROM MAKING RUSSOPHOBES AND NEONAZIS, AND INSTEAD CONCENTRARTE ON VALUES OF REAL DEMOCRACY THAT WILL BRING PEOPLE FOR THE PEOPLE FROM ALL SIDES TOGETHER) on all sides...

Give me the Russian citizenship(you owe me one anyways because of involvement against me) and will get things done the proper way !!!


Supporters of opposition leader Aleksei Navalny are staging rallies in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and other cities across Russia on May 5 to protest against President Vladimir Putin's new six-year term.

Putin is due to be sworn in for his fourth term as Russia's president on May 7, extending an 18-year reign that his supporters say has lifted the country “from its knees” and is denounced by his opponents as a corrupt, calcifying autocracy.

An RFE/RL correspondent says police have skirmished with protesters and detained several at the protest rally in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk.

In Tomsk, a Navalny coordinator, Ksenia Fadeeva, was detained by police as several hundred people rallied in that Siberian city.

Protesters chanted "Down with the tsar!" as they rallied in the Russian Far East city of Khabarovsk.

Navalny, who has organized large street protests and published a series of reports alleging corruption in Russia's ruling elite, was barred from the presidential ballot due to a conviction on financial-crimes charges he contends were fabricated.

He launched the May 5 protests under the slogan "He's Not Our Tsar."

On the eve of the protest action, Navalny supporters were detained by police in several Russian cities including St. Petersburg, Krasnoyarsk, Krasnodar, Tambov, Kemerovo, and Cheboksary.

Authorities in Moscow have warned Navalny supporters about taking part in the planned protest in the Russian capital, calling it "absolutely unlawful."

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