From newspaper “Trud” I have learned today that I am “small, unsignificant man, wearing ridiculous hat, slowly moving between two huge bodyguards.” Article of journalist from Briansk was printed next to article about pedophil, unmasked as teacher. As National-Bolsheviks Party becoming more and more important in political life of Russia, the more dirt throwed at me by FSB influenced-newspapers and television. Fortunately, anti-Putin’s media is stronger than pro-Putin.
Archive for January, 2005
Since the publication day of the last “General Line” issue many things have changed in our country. In dozens of Russian cities “benefits revolts” took place, where hundreds, thousands of furious pensioners came out on the streets, blocked the main streets of the cities and roads of national significance. In some cities, such as Piter, Kazan, Samara revolts lasted several days. In others they are happening now. The country is agitated. After the holidays, when they entered the metro, autobuses, trains, trolleybuses, the pensioners were faced with a cruel humiliation: the necessity to count their coins with their callous fingers, the fact that their pension booklets don’t guarantee them free rides anymore, they felt themselves last category citizens, used and cheated slaves. And the best of them, the most furious ones rebelled. This is a healthy behavior, a healthy instinct. The stupid state machine howled, stopped and backed for the first time. The angry, disappointed ministers and prosecutors hastily look for the responsible ones. And easily find them. The public prosecutor of the Samara region Mr. Efremov has declared already on January 12th that the organizers of the pensioners meeting in Samara, according to the prosecutor “are the national-bolsheviks from Edward Limonov’s party”. (more…)
The mass protest after Putin’s adoption of law about cancellation of privileges. St.-Petersburg, on January, 11-19th, 2005. Participated NBP, “Yabloko”.