The state went nuts; Putin’s state lost its mind from anger. It captured forty of our comrades who have come to the president’s Administration reception hall in order to express their protest against the actions of this president. The address to Putin of the forty national-bolsheviks ended with these words: “Find courage in yourself and resign. The faster you do that the better for Russia”. Our comrades, among them nine girls and eight minors weren’t only arrested, they were charged with monstrous absurd accusations on article 278 “Violent takeover of power or violent retention of power” (apart from the “usual” articles 214 and 167 part 2). The judiciary machine was started, the power seriously intends to commit a moral hara-kiri on itself, try a crowd of students who waved “RF Constitution” booklets in the President’s administration reception hall for a state crime. The sentences for this article are defined by 12 to 20 years of detention. Blinded by anger, Putin’s group went for a political crisis. Because the sentencing of forty students (imagine the hall of court sessions, forty accused in a cage, forty lawyers, a hundred guards, all this huge, large-scale medieval act!..) will cause a political crisis. And such that it won’t seem too little! If the harsh sentence to our seven comrades in the Tverskoy court caused the denunciation of Russia’s legal community and criticism even from the president’s supporters (like for example Vladimir Pligin, the chairman of the State Duma committee on constitutional legislation has denounced the sentence) then the trial and sentence of students on article 278 will rebel our society.
Archive for December, 2004
It’s nothing new to say that the court system acts in favor of the authorities, whether it is dealing with so-called tax violations allegedly committed by Yukos management or the latest openly unconstitutional presidential initiative to take away the right of the population to elect the heads of regions. In both cases, the Kremlin has mixed rational arguments with humbug, in effect tossing the Constitution out the window.
1.So, the V congress of our party took place. Moscow’s police and the special services breathed with relief and got sleep at last. Above (somewhere above) obviously the decision was taken not to counteract us, avoid a confrontation with us. One journalist accredited on the congress expressed the opinion that the power took seriously my announcement on a November 24th press conference that “the congress will be carried out even if we’re going to be shoot at”. We proved the firmness of our organization, we turned out to be stronger than ever the Russian Popular Unity was in 1999 when they were not allowed to have a congress and the delegates obediently returned home. That trick didn’t work with us. The congress took place and demonstrated our strength. About eight hundred national-bolsheviks declared about their strength in Moscow on November 28th, 29th, 30th and December 1st. (more…)
1) President Putin has no ideology. For his personal usage he is practicing belief in Supremacy of Russian Leaders Power. No matter how leader is named: Tzar or president or general secretary.
2) President Putin believe that Russian people are his subjects, not fellow citizens. Although Putin may call them “citizens,” he relates to him as subjects.
3) President Putin is arrogant towards his subjects. He never ever asked their opinion about important question of nation’s life. Even more: he aggressively doesn’t want to hear their opinions: Putin’s State Duma voted unanimously for such harsh procedures of public referendum that to stage a referendum in Russia is practically impossible. (more…)