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Navalny calls for Anti-Corruption Protests on Russia Day – 12 June

Navalny: План патриотов: выходим на улицу, чтобы отпраздновать День России.
Алексей Навальный: [Eng subtitles]: Мы не получили ответов, поэтому надо продолжать.
@Navalny: 12 Apr 2017: 14:09 hrs:


“What I am seeing is that patriots took to the streets on [March] 26 and they were confronted by traitors and thieves,” Navalny said in a video message. “What should patriots like us do? They ought to celebrate Russia Day.”

“On June 12, on Russia Day, I call on all patriots in the country, regardless of their political views, to join anticorruption rallies with Russian flags and with a renewed demand for answers to our reasonable questions,” he added.

The March 26 protests were the biggest antigovernment demonstrations in Russia since a series of rallies that Navalny helped lead in 2011-12.

Police detained more than 1,000 people in Moscow alone.

Navalny urged people to take to the streets across Russia on June 12 to “show clearly and uncompromisingly that — no, guys, we are not withdrawing our claims about corruption.”

“We will never do it, because corruption in Russia is the cause of poverty, the cause of low wages, the cause of the terrible state of all branches of the economy,” he continued.

Former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkosky, a Putin foe who spent 10 years in prison and now lives in Europe, has called for protests on April 29.

Navalny did not mention that in his video message.

» Kremlin critic Navalny calls for Russia wide protests on 12 June – Reuters/Business Insider; Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty; Kyiv Post.


Putin 2 Navalny: Anti-Corruption Yes; Colour Revolution No.

The dream of every internet-potato has come true, the dream of all those who ran around social media crying “Why is Putin silent?! Why is Putin saying nothing about corruption? Why is he not commenting on the demonstrations of students demanding justice?” All of these people can be congratulated, because the President has noticed them and said what he thinks about the anti-corruption agenda that is so stirring the internet public.

[…] There’s a dense forest. A lost tourist is in the forest and shouting something. A bear comes to the source of the noise and asks: “What’s all the racket”? The tourist says that he’s lost and that he screamed so that someone would find him. “Well here I’ve found you,” the bear says, “better now?” In this case, the role of the bear, our national symbol, is played by Vladimir Putin, and Navalny plays the role of the tourist.

If we switch to youth slang and are more exact, then the President, specifically for the sake of our youngest and most naive citizens, has had to put on another role – the role of Captain Obvious. Putin said that fighting corruption is necessary, but organizing an “Arab Spring” or another “color revolution” in the country is not, because this ends badly and has nothing to do with fighting corruption. 
For the record, nowhere – literally nowhere – where local “Navalny’s” have won and seized power, including by using anti-corruption slogans, has corruption become any less. A paradox, is it not? There’s only more corruption, poverty and social inequality.
» Fort Russ: Putin responds to Navalny: Anti-Corruption yes, Color Revolution no.

Russia Day – 12 June

Russia Day (Russian: День России, Den’ Rossii) is the national holiday of the Russian Federation. It has been celebrated annually on June 12 since 1992. It commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of State Sovereignty of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (RSFSR) on June 12, 1990. The passage of this Declaration by the First Congress of People’s Deputies marked the beginning of constitutional reform in the Russian Soviet state.


Constitution Day – 12 Dec

Constitution Day is a public holiday in RussiaRussia’s Constitution Day is a celebration of the adoption of the Constitution of the Russian Federation by referendum on December 12, 1993, after the historical collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990.



“Current [EoP] legislation is strong enough to tackle the [WiP corruption] problem, Putin added, but it has not come into force yet.” — [EoP Amended] Moscow Times: Russia Loses 6% of GDP to Ecological Problems – Putin

We have so many crisis in America… and the [right to breed & consume above eco-carrying capacity limits] rules of the [WiP] game that produce these crisis, in my opinion, is the Constitution.” – [EoP Amended] Philip Agee; Our Hidden History: Philip Agee: The Warfare State.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said his government is ready to negotiate on “everything” in proposed peace talks in Kazakhstan but it was not yet clear who would represent the opposition and no date had been set. “We are ready to negotiate about everything,” he said. Asked if that included his position as president, Assad said “yes but my position is linked to the constitution”. “If they want to discuss this point they must discuss the constitution,” he said. – Dawn: Ready to negotiate on Presidency – Asad.

“As long as your enemy is a sub-human psychopath that is going to attack you no matter what you do, this never ends; but if your enemy is a [WiP right to breed/consume > ecocarrying capacity limits] policy, that we can work with.” — [EoP Amended] Al Jazeera: Former undercover CIA officer talks War and Peace.

“So a certain hypothesis can be put forward. The better the opportunities a political system offers its members, the citizens, the more efficient such a system is. But [enough of] the citizens must accept [the necessity of cooperating to implement an EoP social contract that restricts procreation and consumption to below ecological carrying capacity limits], voluntarily [agree to] certain limitations of [breeding consumption war] free will. A transition from a [WiP human factory farming slavery freedumb] totalitarian system to [an EoP responsible freedom] one can only take place when enough of its citizens learn to accept [the necessity of] inner limitations of free will [and are willing to cooperate with state authorities towards implementing an EoP international law social contract restricting procreation and consumption to ecological carrying capacity limits].” – [EoP Amended] Boris Berezovsky and Andrei Lvovich Nekrasov; Rebellion: The Litvinenko Case; distributed as Poisoned by Polonium: The Litvinenko File

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