EoP Help for Navalny & Russian Anti-Corruption Protestors
The EoP NTE GMRU Help hereby offered to Alexei Navalny et al – in response to among others: Moscow Times: Kremlin urged to Teach Children about Russia’s Fight Against Corruption; Putin compares Anti-Corruption protests to Arab Spring or EuroMaidan; Politico: Support for Asad not unconditional – is almost identical to that offered to Marine Le Pen and Front National; as stated in: EoP NTE GMG: 29 Mar: EoP Help for FR & Front National; if Le Pen FREXIT Resignation Offer was EoP Help Request….
» EoP NTE GMRU: eop-nte-gmru
EoP NTE GMRU: Ecology of Peace Near Term Extinction Green Morning Russia
If Alexei Navalny et al are sincere about their anti-corruption protests and willing to cooperate with Kremlin EoP motivated ‘Polite People’ [See: Crimea: The Way Home] to find out whether Russian political, religious, academic, media etc elite have sufficient buck stops here support from Russian citizens to take a global leadership role and officially begin the process of implementing an EoP NWO Future, in accordance with the EoP NTE GMAsuggested option; herewith EoP MILED Clerk suggestions.
Alexei Navalny submit an anti-WiP corruption legal application to the Russian Duma for all Russian Political Parties to vote:
* Our Political Party strategic goal should be to implement an EoP NWO Future; or
* Our Political Party strategic goal should be to implement a WiP NWO Future, even if such WiP NWO Future includes very high Tragedy of the Commons degree of nuclear war options, as peak population, peak oil, peak NNR resource conflict over resources intensifies.
Any Vote for an EoP NWO Future aka EoP NTE GMRU means: …..
» EoP NTE GMRU: eop-nte-gmru
Putin: World Order: New Rules or No Rules?
Putin: Valdai: New Rules or No Rules:
Welcome to Truth or Consequences: EoP New Rules or Masonic War is Peace No Rules: Kremlin: Meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club: The World Order: New Rules or a Game Without Rules; Club Orlov: Putin to Western Elites: Play Time is Over. Valdai 22-24 October 2014: New Rules or No Rules: All speeches: Full: 02:58:34; Putin Speech: Full: 41:31; Excerpts: War & Peace: 32:03; Key Quotes: 05:39; Russia Today.
» IG: 16-08-16_vputineopwipsocialcontract; 15-01-03_putin-newornorules-truthorconsequences; 15-07-27_putinbear-eoptruth-wipconsequences.
Russian Political Parties
Russia has a multi-party system. Currently there are four parties that make up the federal parliament, the State Duma, with one dominant party (United Russia). After the Perestroika reforms in the 1990s, there were over 100 registered parties in Russia, but the people elected to the State Duma showcased only a small number of parties. Since 2000, during Vladimir Putin’s presidency, the number of parties quickly decreased. From 2008 to 2012 there were only 7 parties in Russia, and every new attempt to register new, independent parties was blocked. The last registered party was the government-organized Right Cause. Before the 2011 parliamentary elections, about 10 opposition parties were denied registration. However, after a series of mass protests and a 2011 European Court decision on the case of the Republican Party of Russia, the law was changed and the number of registered parties quickly increased to more than 48 in December 2012.
United Russia (Russian: Еди́ная Росси́я, tr. Yedinaya Rossiya is as of 2017 the ruling political party of the Russian Federation. United Russia is the largest party in Russia; as of 2017 it holds 342 (or 76.22%) of the 450 seats in the State Duma. The United Russia party formed in December 2001 through a merger of the Unity party and the Fatherland – All Russia party. As of 2017 the United Russia party supports the policies of the presidential administration. The party’s association with President and former Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (a former leader of the party) has been the key to its success. There is also evidence that the electorate credits the party for improvements to the economy. Although the United Russia party’s popularity declined from its peak of 64.4% in the 2007 Duma elections to 49.32% in the 2011 elections, it remained the most popular party in the country, ahead of the second-placed Communist Party at 19.19%. In the 2016 elections it received 54.2%, while the second-place Communist Party received 13.3%. The party has no coherent ideology; however, it embraces specific politicians and officials with a variety of political views who support the administration. The party appeals mainly to non-ideological voters; therefore, United Russia is often classified[by whom?] as a “catch-all party” or as a “party of power”. In 2009 it proclaimed “Russian Conservatism” as its official ideology.
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF; Russian: Коммунистическая Партия Российской Федерации; КПРФ; Kommunisticheskaya Partiya Rossiyskoy Federatsii, KPRF) is a communist and Marxist–Leninist political party in Russia. The party is often viewed as the immediate successor of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, which was banned in 1991 by then-President Boris Yeltsin. It is the second largest political party in the Russian Federation, after United Russia. The youth organisation of the party is the Leninist Young Communist League. The party is administered by the Central Committee. The CPRF was founded at the Second Extraordinary Congress of Russian Communists on 14 February 1993, as the successor organisation of the Communist Party of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. As of 2015, the party has 570,000 members. The party’s stated goal is to establish a new, modernised form of socialism in Russia. Immediate goals of the party include the nationalisation of natural resources, agriculture, and large industries within the framework of a mixed economy that allows for the growth of small and medium enterprises in the private sector.
A Just Russia (Russian: Справедливая Россия, СР, Spravedlivaya Rossiya, SR, esers (эсеры)) also translated as Fair Russia, or A Fair and Just Russia, is a social democratic political party in Russia currently holding 23 of the 450 seats in the State Duma. The party was formed on October 28, 2006, as a merger of the left wing of Rodina, the Russian Party of Life and the Russian Pensioners’ Party. Later, six further minor parties joined. A Just Russia’s platform is based on the principles of fairness, freedom and solidarity. It calls for a “New Socialism of the 21st Century”, which guarantees the rights and freedoms of the individual and ensures the proper functioning of a welfare state. In 2011, Nikolai Levichev was elected as party chairman, succeeding Sergey Mironov who led the party in 2006–2011. On 27 October 2013 Mironov again was elected as party chairman.
The LDPR (Russian: Политическая партия ЛДПР), formerly the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (Russian: Либерально-Демократическая Партия России – Liberal’no-Demokraticheskaya Partiya Rossii), is a far-right political party in the Russian Federation. The controversial Vladimir Zhirinovsky has led the party since its founding in 1989.
Opposing both communism and the neoliberal capitalism of the 1990s, the party scored a major success in the 1993 Russian Duma elections, receiving a plurality of votes. In the elections in 2007, the party received 8.14% of the vote, giving it 40 of the 450 seats in the State Duma. In the 2011 elections, they increased their percentage to 11.4%. The party has been described as fiscally leftist and authoritarian. Its ideology is based primarily on Zhirinovsky’s ideas of “imperial reconquest” (a “renewed Russian Empire”) and on an authoritarian vision of a “Greater Russia”. After the XXV Congress (December 2012) the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia adopted its new full name: Political party LDPR (Russian: Политическая партия ЛДПР). Liberal Democratic Party of Russia became the historical name of the party.
Ecology of Peace Near Term Extinction Green Morning America
The Ecology of Peace applicants EoP New World Order Social Contract options negotiations – include EoP Near Term Extinction Green Morning America Potus submissions made to US 2016 Election Candidates, Media, FEC — etc; to ‘turn off the tap’ — i.e. the breeding / consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits — causes of resource conflict and war; by cooperating to implement an Ecology of Peace New World Order Social Contract that requires all the worlds citizens of all races and religions to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits; enabling humane and orderly deindustrialization and depopulation return to ecological carrying capacity limits.
The EoP Near Term Extinction Green Morning America Potus – including sister EoP NTE GMGaul & EoP NTE GMRussia – submissions; include detailed EoP Axis Domestic and ForeignPolicies – which include Property Rations and/or Cultural Law Territorial Self Rule for Groups with Subjective Racial, Religious & Gender Culture-Conflict Identities; for individuals who had signed their Responsible Freedom Oath Declarations – which could be implemented in full, as soon as National and/or International EoP Legal Certainty Enquiries legally confirmed the accuracy of Ecology of Peace Radical Honoursty Factual Reality principles.
» EoP NTE GMA: eop-nte-gma-potus / eop-nte-gma-cabinet
Ecology of Peace Near Term Extinction Green Morning France / Gaul
Ecology of Peace Near Term Extinction Green Morning Gaul – sister to EoP NTE GMAmerica & EoP NTE GMRussia – submission to Front National, President Hollande and French Political Parties, is one of the EoP Legal Submission cases, involving EoP scientific and cultural law recommendations to shut down the WiP Ponzi profiteering of resource conflict and misery economy, by ‘turning off the tap’ — i.e. the breeding / consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits — causes of resource conflict and war; by implementing an Ecology of Peace New World Order Social Contract that requires all the worlds citizens of all races and religions to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits; enabling humane and orderly deindustrialization and depopulation return to ecological carrying capacity limits.
» EoP NTE GMG: eop-nte-gmg
Soviet Greetings to the Fighters Against Fascism Poster
Greetings to the Fighters Against Fascism: Soviet Anti-Imperialism poster by V. B. Koretsky, poster, 1937
» Buzzfeed: 29 Astounding Soviet Propaganda Images Promoting Racial Equality.