Tuesday, August 31, 2010


Strategy31 are organising an international protest against Putin today. Protests will occur outside the Russian Embassy in London, as well as in New York, Helsinki, Berlin and Tel Aviv.

Strategy31 was started by Eduard Limonov of The Other Russia, recipient of Berezovsky money. Suggested websites on the website of The Other Russia include Novaya Gazeta and The Power Vertical. Novaya Gazeta is owned by Gorbachev and Lebedev, and The Power Vertical is a blog on Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, which is CIA/Gladio/NATO etc.

From http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/aug/30/vladimir-putin-protesters-police-brutality

Vladimir Putin says 'unsanctioned' protesters can expect police brutality

Russia prime minister dismisses protests against his regime as 'provocations' as anti-Putin rallies take place in world cities

Vladimir Putin today angrily dismissed protests against his regime as "provocations" and said anyone who took part in unsanctioned street rallies against the Kremlin should expect a "whack on the bonce".

Using characteristic street language, Putin derided Russia's opposition as a group of publicity-seeking malcontents and said they had only themselves to blame if they were on the receiving end of police brutality during anti-government meetings.

Putin's scathing remarks in an interview with the Kommersant newspaper come before protests inside Russia tomorrow as well as demonstrations against the Russian government in several cities internationally. Anti-Putin rallies are due to take place for the first time outside the Russian consulate in Kensington Palace Gardens in London, and in New York, Helsinki, Berlin and Tel Aviv.

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