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    Post  sepheronx Wed Apr 27, 2016 9:49 pm

    Navalny and Milov apparently left democratic coalition party as they claim Kasyanov as unpopular and a loser.

    Hahahaha. Navalny is probably the most despised person in Russia. He is always followed now and getting himself in media frenzy because of always getting views with US embassy employees.

    Pot calling the Kettle black.
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    Post  Project Canada Sat May 05, 2018 1:38 pm


    It seems the demonstrations in Armenia is just a test run, the real mass riot and unrest is planned inside Russia Rolling Eyes

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    Post  miketheterrible Sat May 05, 2018 4:55 pm

    Navalny has been arrested. Apparently it was a very small protest as no one wants to associate with that asshat.
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    Post  Hole Sat May 05, 2018 7:06 pm

    "mass protest" Razz
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    Post  GarryB Sun May 06, 2018 1:52 am

    Same old tactics... offered permission to have a protest in a specific area and telling your protesters to protest somewhere else where you don't have permission to protest so when some protesters get arrested you can point your finger at government oppression... except any police force in the world would act exactly the same way...

    Boring...

    Arrest the ahole and put him in jail again... and westerners think he is some hero... such a person in the west with such criminal records would never be considered for a future in politics, but he is oppressed by Putin when he can't run in elections.
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy Sun May 06, 2018 2:45 am

    Hole wrote:"mass protest" Razz


    mass protests against tyranny in Russia !

    Today Paris, Here 100k people (organizers in official radio today (official one) or 160 on Sputnik ) or only 40k (police) in Paris

    https://sputniknews.com/europe/201805051064173531-macron-protests-paris/

    https://www.facebook.com/SputnikNews/videos/10156206553646181/


    and here 1 stof May Paris



    and here in Berlin






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    Post  magnumcromagnon Sat Nov 10, 2018 2:45 am

    Liberastholes at their finest  lol1

    Meduza news chief editor steps down amid sexual harassment accusations

    Ivan Kolpakov, Editor-in-Chief of the Meduza Russian-language news website, has announced that he is leaving his post following accusations against him coming from a co-worker’s wife

    MOSCOW, November 9. /TASS/. Ivan Kolpakov, Editor-in-Chief of the Meduza Russian-language news website, has announced that he is leaving his post following accusations against him coming from a co-worker’s wife.

    "Meduza’s Editor-in-Chief Ivan Kolpakov has announced his resignation," the report said.

    According to the news website, the reason behind his move was Kolpakov’s inappropriate behavior towards one of the guests at a staff party. He was dismissed for the period of the probe into the incident. On November 6, Meduza reported that a decision had been made to let Kolpakov stay in office.

    "This is the only way to stop the crisis around the editorial board and minimize the reputational damage," Kolpakov was quoted as saying.

    Former Managing Editor Tatiana Yershova has been named acting chief editor, Meduza reported. "I appointed Tatyana Yershova as Meduza’s Acting Editor-in-Chief. I will offer her candidacy to the Board of Directors, and I think that the board will endorse her appointment," Kolpakov later wrote on Facebook.

    Kolpakov said that he categorically denied the sexual harassment accusations. "However, I found myself in a situation where it is impossible and pointless to defend myself," he added.

    More:
    http://tass.com/society/1030146

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    Post  GunshipDemocracy Sun Mar 10, 2019 9:43 pm

    Wait didnt Gerasimov just said bout Vth column? Interesting that liberal presstitutes (with enormous Uber-representation in medial space) are not saying anything bout NSA, or FB censorship...

    Let lone they call a thief and murderer president of France or QE2 in the west...Or Rabi of Brooklyn



    “The Internet is being tried by people who do not know how to use e-mail”
    Rally for Internet freedom gathered more participants than protests against pension reform


    https://www.kommersant.ru/doc/3907444?from=main_2

    Who supported: Navalny, Durov + Free + NGO Internet Protection Society

    https://ozi-ru.org/ob-obshhestve/kto-my/
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    Post  miketheterrible Mon Mar 11, 2019 1:12 am

    About 6,500 people showed up. Protestors of course claim 15K showed up but they refused major news networks allowed to partake in the group's because they we're afraid of real evidence of their lack of support and numbers. What is irony of it all was the fact that the organizers demanding freedom of use of information, is barring news outlets access to their groups.

    Anyway, it also seems that these people also lacked intelligence to figure out what the bill is even about. It's about the creation of the runet for if the US somehow blocks Russian domains from accessing internet. So it's obvious these are paid morons
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    Post  kvs Mon Mar 11, 2019 1:36 am

    Washington's idiots dancing to the tune of their paymaster. These people are vermin and need mass deportation to the west. If they
    hate Russia so much, then get the f*ck out of it. Make no mistake, sycophants and wannabes are the worst sort of scum. They
    will sell the their mother for a song to live some vicarious delusion.

    These vicarious "achievers" are the ones rabidly denying that there is any progress in Russia. I am sick and tired of this filth. This is
    not about freedom of speech and thought. It is about collaboration with the enemy. No "right" to that exists.
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    Post  miketheterrible Mon Mar 11, 2019 5:39 am

    Most are kids with zero idea of what is happening. They are just being told by a moron (Navalny and co) to go and protest. As soon as they are old enough to vote, their opinions drastically change. Same happened to me. I would say increase age limit to vote since most in there mid 20's are still too stupid to vote properly.

    Anyway, it's no secret half these people get paid to protest. As soon as they are told to cause too much havock they will fold and tell authorities cause they are scared. Already happened in the past. Since it's 6,500 or so in Moscow, it's litteraly piss drips in an ocean.
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    Post  Kimppis Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:03 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:It's about the creation of the runet for if the US somehow blocks Russian domains from accessing internet.

    This. There's nothing else to this, absolutely nothing. How exactly is that a bad thing (for Russia)? The fact that the Western media manages (and dares!) to use it (and other similar non-events) in their propaganda would have actually surprised me before 2015-16. But today we are far past that point.

    Of course, at least in this case the creation of runet is not a non-event in itself, but the narrative, the way the whole thing is portrayed, is just totally detached from reality. The evil Putler is not planning to disconnect Mordor from the internet, good god. This is a great example of fake news.

    It's also hilarious that Russophobes – on certain forums, Reddit, etc. at the very least – keep suggesting that Russia's internet access should be blocked. But now that Russia is preparing for such a scenario, whose fault is it? Take a fucking guess. Rolling Eyes
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    Post  miketheterrible Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:20 pm

    Well, no fret because the turnout was much lower than I initially thought.

    https://twitter.com/Russ_Warrior/status/1105044817439006720?s=19
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    Post  Kimppis Mon Mar 11, 2019 7:39 pm

    Yeah, they always are.

    Though I'd like to add that I wasn't talking about that other law related to insulting government officials etc.

    Of course in reality it won't probably amount to much anyway, and AFAIK, even many Western countries have similar laws.

    Roskomnadzor doesn't often work exactly optimally either, but even then it's more related to incompetency.

    My point is that of course those type of issues should be criticized, but without all the ideological pro-Western liberal BS and hyperbole. And I think that might have happened here, at least partially, but the MSM narrative is the problem.
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:04 pm

    Lads, the problem is in deliberate manipulation by people behind protest Libersts+Vth column say "censorship" i.e. you re repsonsible by shit you inform people ("Russian plane crashed" while this was Boeing 737 lesed by Russian company), "Putin transferred billions abroad"  but say noting tht

    A) US, not Russian, govt is gonna run the switch.
    b) cutting from net is not cutting cables, they bloc any Russian IP and  service
    c) not to mention DNS  top level domains wont  be available
    d) no licencing servers (i.e. ALL Win apps down)
    e) no google drives , cloud docs, imported machine tooling

    in short, no mail, no commerce, problems with industry , banking and those morons say about mails and  "free bacon" portals  lol1  lol1  lol1  

    https://www.rt.com/russia/453529-russia-internet-freedom-peskov/




    But Peskov responded in pretty cool way:
    https://www.rt.com/russia/453529-russia-internet-freedom-peskov/
    But Peskov insisted that fears of the protestors that the legislation will put the web under strict state control were misplaced because “everybody stands for internet freedom – the authors of this law; the presidential administration; the government.”

    “In this regard, the position of the participants of the rally should be supported. But there can be no support for their misunderstanding and misconception that the draft law is in some way aimed at limiting online liberties.”

    What the authorities are doing is trying to “assure [the] viability of the Internet in case of potential aggressive actions in cyberspace against our country,” the press-secretary explained.

    He recalled that one of the speakers at the rally claimed that the Kremlin “just wants to press a button and switch the Internet off,” and labeled that statement as “absolutely wrong.”

    “Why aren’t they concerned that somebody on the other side of the Atlantic will press this button? Because this is what one should really worry about,” Peskov said.
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:23 pm

    Kimppis wrote:Yeah, they always are.

    Though I'd like to add that I wasn't talking about that other law related to insulting government officials etc.

    but you dotn get it, do you?

    NGO which r foreign sponsored good in Russin bad in west
    "Artists" like rotten cunts pussy riot in Russia re fighting for freedom they didnt try it in min mosque in Paris or Synagogue in Brooklyn yet

    in west there is personal responsibility for lies or offending govt (in Poland up to 5 years if you call president a dick ( especially if he is one lol1 lol1 lol1 )


    The funnies is : NOBODY was saying notin' about NSA , FBI constant invigilation.
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    Post  miketheterrible Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:52 pm

    Actually, the husband of one of those Pussyfags (who nailed his nuts on redsquare and set fire to fsb front door) was arrested and to serve 3 years in French jail for....setting fire to a door to a government building.

    These protests are foreign funded. Simple as that. And I hope Russian authorities are keeping tabs as to which foreign NGO is causing trouble and adding them to the list.

    Now in my opinion, ban all foreign NGO's. But I was informed by some individuals in the country that not all foreign NGO's are in politics or funding such activities, but are actually doing good in collaborations with local NGO's (medical, science, etc). But there are a lot of bad ones too in the country.
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy Wed Mar 13, 2019 12:46 am

    Why "liberasts" are afraidof fake news law.

    The news of the doctors' strike preparing near Novgorod turned out to be a fake


    “The branch of the so-called“ Trade Union of Doctors ”, which is allegedly headed by Dmitry Sokolov, who has declared a strike, is not registered anywhere, it cannot represent the interests of all the doctors in the region, and D.Sokolov himself has no relation to the medical industry,” the regional government noted.

    It is also noted that the payroll in the medical institutions of the region was not reduced.

    On the eve, a number of media outlets reported on the strike of medical workers in the Novgorod region. The government of the region said that the Alliance of Doctors organization was not registered in the Novgorod region, which made a loud statement, and its representative Dmitry Sokolov had no relation to medicine. In fact, an Okulovsky activist who has taken the liberty to speak on behalf of the entire medical community is a former medical assistant who has been working as a stove for more than ten years.

    https://vz.ru/news/2019/3/12/968048.html

    https://vz.ru/news/2019/3/12/968048.html
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    Post  miketheterrible Wed May 15, 2019 11:40 am

    Ah, speaking of liberals, it appears there was a mini maiden in Ekaterinburg. Not surprising since it is the city that holds the Yeltsin center.

    Anyway, people are protesting the development of a church in a park that is never used. Yes, they have a music player (like Kievs piano bit this time a Girl playing the Chello) and even words of "Glory to the heros" we're heard.

    23 people arrested of course. But I can't find number of people who partook in this crazyness.

    https://twitter.com/yralo4ka196/status/1128542180417712128?s=19
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    Post  kvs Wed May 15, 2019 2:52 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:Ah, speaking of liberals, it appears there was a mini maiden in Ekaterinburg. Not surprising since it is the city that holds the Yeltsin center.

    Anyway, people are protesting the development of a church in a park that is never used. Yes, they have a music player (like Kievs piano bit this time a Girl playing the Chello) and even words of "Glory to the heros" we're heard.

    23 people arrested of course. But I can't find number of people who partook in this crazyness.

    https://twitter.com/yralo4ka196/status/1128542180417712128?s=19

    It's all about optics. A few clowns demonstrating is turned into some "millions strong, people power movement". The usual rent-a-crowd
    regime change theater. The Maidan was a slightly bigger version that enabled the Banderite power grab. Claims by CNN et al that nearly one million people participated was pure BS. The absolute upper bound on the Maidan was 180,000 and was for most of the time
    much smaller than this. But in the end some clowns engaged in street theater robbed the vast majority of Ukrainians of their freedom.

    The clowns in Ekaterinburg have no chance of foisting any sort of coup. Their job is to feed NATO propaganda narratives about massive
    discontent in Russia. This includes gross violation of the law to prompt a police response. Then NATO propagandists can point to
    the law enforcement as "oppression". Naturally, NATO sheeple will never get any context and relevant facts that undermine the NATO
    propaganda narratives.

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    Post  miketheterrible Wed May 15, 2019 2:57 pm

    I mean, I don't figure it would amount to much but what do you think cause Maiden to be successful in Ukraine vs than any event in Russia?

    I think it was because Yanukovich ran.
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    Post  kvs Wed May 15, 2019 3:21 pm

    miketheterrible wrote:I mean, I don't figure it would amount to much but what do you think cause Maiden to be successful in Ukraine vs than any event in Russia?

    I think it was because Yanukovich ran.

    Either Yanukovich had not actual power to deploy the military to deal with the 10,000 militants who took over the Maidan by January of 2014, or he was a limp noodle moron who thought that "peaceful dialogue" with cut-throats was going to succeed. I think he did not
    have enough actual power, and the Party of Regions did not either. So the Banderite minority rolled over them with little effort.
    This must have been the work of Yuschenko who likely installed all sorts of Banderite elements throughout the government structure that
    served to create paralysis at the critical moment. Coups are not localized in time to a few days, they take years to arrange. But
    it was the Maidan theater that enabled the coup by essentially stripping the appearance of authority from the government. The opposition
    was then able to capitalize on the moment and carry out their plan.

    I think Putin faced similar issues in 2000 since there was a lot of rot under Yeltsin (e.g. Litvinenko was installed into the FSB by
    gangster oligarch Berezovsky who was appointed to the Russian Security Council by comprador Yeltsin). Ukraine's situation was made worse
    by the strong Banderite infestation and weak leaders who let Washington and gangster oligarchs pull the strings. Yanukovich may have
    been in a much more difficult situation than Putin, but he was not up the job. Reminds me of Maduro, who coasted on Chavez's
    accomplishments and let the country go to hell in a hand basket. Chavez, Putin, etc. are very rare leaders who manage to succeed
    in the face of overwhelming odds. The vast majority of politicians are a waste of space that whore for special interests and sell
    the voters down the river. That is why rotten NATO can dominate the world and leaders like Putin drive them insane.

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    Post  miketheterrible Wed May 15, 2019 5:14 pm

    kvs wrote:
    miketheterrible wrote:I mean, I don't figure it would amount to much but what do you think cause Maiden to be successful in Ukraine vs than any event in Russia?

    I think it was because Yanukovich ran.

    Either Yanukovich had not actual power to deploy the military to deal with the 10,000 militants who took over the Maidan by January of 2014, or he was a limp noodle moron who thought that "peaceful dialogue" with cut-throats was going to succeed.   I think he did not
    have enough actual power, and the Party of Regions did not either.  So the Banderite minority rolled over them with little effort.  
    This must have been the work of Yuschenko who likely installed all sorts of Banderite elements throughout the government structure that
    served to create paralysis at the critical moment.  Coups are not localized in time to a few days, they take years to arrange.   But
    it was the Maidan theater that enabled the coup by essentially stripping the appearance of authority from the government.  The opposition
    was then able to capitalize on the moment and carry out their plan.  

    I think Putin faced similar issues in 2000 since there was a lot of rot under Yeltsin (e.g. Litvinenko was installed into the FSB by
    gangster oligarch Berezovsky who was appointed to the Russian Security Council by comprador Yeltsin).   Ukraine's situation was made worse
    by the strong Banderite infestation and weak leaders who let Washington and gangster oligarchs pull the strings.  Yanukovich may have
    been in a much more difficult situation than Putin, but he was not up the job.   Reminds me of Maduro, who coasted on Chavez's
    accomplishments and let the country go to hell in a hand basket.  Chavez, Putin, etc. are very rare leaders who manage to succeed
    in the face of overwhelming odds.  The vast majority of politicians are a waste of space that whore for special interests and sell
    the voters down the river.  That is why rotten NATO can dominate the world and leaders like Putin drive them insane.


    I think what Putin did by instating the National Guard to fall directly under the president was the smart thing to do. It prevents more or less third parties within the government from taking control of authorities that would tell them to stand down against foreign funded protestors. I know Berkut in Ukraine was more than willing to continue on defending but it was the SBU that worked against them. FSB and Russian intelligence agency seems to be a different cause - much more in line similar to in Venezuela where they are more willing to protect their own nation than it is to sell it off. I dont know 100% but I believe it was that very reason the Russian national guard was created in first place; to allow the president use the internal security forces as sees fit and not get stopped by any crooked individual.
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    Post  GarryB Thu May 16, 2019 9:08 am

    But in the end some clowns engaged in street theater robbed the vast majority of Ukrainians of their freedom.

    Amazing what you can get for a bag full of cookies...
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    Post  miketheterrible Tue May 21, 2019 3:03 am

    I notice dimmi at military Russia.ru is a fan of Zelensky and Navalny. Someone I follow got blocked by him when called out on it

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