Sunday, July 8, 2018

Garry Kasparov on same frequency wave length as I am

Russians are gonna have to make an ultimate decision(pick between people and Kremlin), because free world is not up to new Hitler's grabs....
Consequences for Russian people(if politics doesn't change for 180 degrees) will this time be far far more brutal than what they were faced with in WWII(either military or economical, Russia stand no chances - and when social engineering kicks in, it will be beyond brutal). No wars between brotherly nations and legal justice/system(free speech) for Russians in Russia as well.

Garry Kasparov's twitter
From RT.COM(and I feel pitty for to have fallen so low in respect to journalism - according to rt, it is illegal to support foreign soccer team what I feel is also a sign of mental sickness - totalitarianism/ Stalinism/ insanity = Putin).

Garry Kasparov has used Croatia's dramatic win over Russia at the FIFA World Cup to promote his political views, as he wished "the free world" the same stamina in the 'fight' against the Russian president as the Croatians showed.
Kasparov, a former world chess champion who has turned into one of the fiercest critics of the Russian government, apparently thought Russia's loss to Croatia in the last eight in Sochi was a good time to remind the world of himself and his controversial political beliefs.

"Bravo Hrvatska!  I only wish the free world would show the same resilience fighting Putin's advances in the geopolitical field as the Croatians demonstrated on the football field!" Kasparov wrote.

A divisive figure even among the Russian opposition, Kasparov stirred politics into sport even as the fans' shouts of "Russia!" sounded in the streets across the host country, united to celebrate Russia's rollercoaster ride and mourn its dignified loss in the penalty shootout.

For instance, former State Duma Deputy and prominent opposition leader Dmitry Gudkov congratulated the Russian squad with an "excellent play," noting that they "have made the impossible possible."

Former presidential hopeful Ksenia Sobchak also expressed her respect for the players, saying that she has been proud of the team. "I've never thought I would be so anxious!" she tweeted.

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