I thought about some nice, lyrical subject for that my column at “eXile”, but then Mark Ames asked me to write about last adventures of my gorgeous party because first thing what Mark heard on the news coming from US to Russia, were the news about militia platoons, storming general headquarters of NBP. So, I will report on some events, the only principal ones.
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September 14, 10 a.m. I’am alerted by telephone call from Party headquarters. Our boys have occupied carriage of “Moscow-Kaliningrad train” - said voice.”They just called by mobile-phone from that carriage. From lituanian rail-way station Kena, on the border.”
“Who they are?” asked I.
“Collected team from Moscow, Saint-Petersbourgh, Omsk, Nijni Novgorod, Briansk, Tula and Orenbourgh, also Tcheboksari. Sixteen camarades. They have chained themselves to a metal frames of carriage, then they teared to pieces lituanian transit visas. ‘We are going from Russia to Russia. We don’t need visas,’ – they said to lituanian frontier guards. They also blocked the locks by injecting a glue in them.”‘About the same time participants of action giving an interviews to radio “Eco of Moscow”. (more…)