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Anti Putin protests emerge in Russia due to the arrest of Alexei Navalny. Over 3000+ protesters get arrested Reader 02/02/2021 (Tue) 03:25:27 Id: 911dea [Preview] No. 16885
>Russian police on Saturday detained more than 3,000 anti-government protesters according to the OVD Info monitoring group, as tens of thousands nationwide responded to jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny's call to denounce President Vladimir Putin's rule.

>Tens of thousands of people, including teenagers, packed Moscow's central Pushkin Square and nearby streets as riot police hauled off demonstrators and beat others with batons.

>Among those detained were Navalny's wife Yulia Navalnaya and his prominent aide Lyubov Sobol. AFP journalists saw several protesters

>Navalny had called on Russians to protest this week after surviving a near-fatal poisoning with Novichok and returning to Moscow following months of treatment in Germany, only to be arrested on arrival.

'Putin Is a Thief.' Thousands of Pro-Navalny Protesters Detained as U.S. Condemns Crackdown Reader 02/02/2021 (Tue) 03:30:41 Id: 911dea [Preview] No.16886 del

>Russian police have detained more than 3,700 people across the country according to OVD-Info, a Moscow-based NGO monitoring rallies, as anti-government protests surged in about 100 cities and towns on Saturday.

>Thousands of people took to the streets from Moscow to the Far East, battling the bitter cold, in some of the largest protests against Russian President Vladimir Putin in years.

>In Moscow, where Reuters estimated that 40,000 people turned up to protest in Moscow (the Ministry of Internal Affairs said it was about 4,000) riot police were seen beating and dragging protestors away.

>Nationwide protests surged this weekend after the arrest of Russian opposition activist and fierce Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny last week. Ahead of the demonstrations, authorities had detained Navalny aides and restricted online information about the protests, which the Kremlin called illegal.

>Navalny, head of Russia’s Anti-Corruption Foundation, was immediately detained by Russian authorities when he returned to Moscow on Jan. 17 from Germany, where he had spent five months recovering from a near-fatal nerve agent poisoning that he and some Western governments blamed on the Kremlin.


Reader 02/02/2021 (Tue) 03:37:31 Id: 911dea [Preview] No.16887 del
>Moscow authorities warned on Friday that Saturday’s unauthorized demonstrations will be “immediately suppressed.” On Wednesday and Thursday, police began showing up at the homes of opposition figures, activists and journalists across Russia to warn them against participating in the rallies, and on Thursday they detained Navalny supporters, including his press secretary, Kira Yarmysh and a top investigator Georgy Alburov who assisted with the palace investigation, for inciting unauthorized protests.

>The protests are a defining moment for the opposition as President Vladimir Putin, who has been in power since 2000, increasingly seeks to silence the opposition. Although Navalny remains a polarizing figure in Russia—a September survey by the Levada Center, an independent pollster in Moscow, found that 20% of Russians support Navalny’s work, while 50% disapprove—dissatisfaction against the Putin regime is growing. “[The protests] will speak more about the strength of the opposition against Putin, than Navalny’s popularity,” says Tatiana Stanovaya, founder of Moscow-based political consultancy firm, R. Politik.

How the Kremlin cracked down on online promotion for the protests Reader 02/02/2021 (Tue) 03:39:02 Id: 911dea [Preview] No.16888 del
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>Russia’s media watchdog Roskomnadzor on Wednesday cautioned social media platforms against encouraging minors to join the protests. “[We] will prosecute Internet sites for involving adolescents in illegal activities,” the watchdog said, adding that failure to remove “banned information”—posts encouraging people to join the protests — could result in fines of up to 4 million rubles ($53,000).

>The warning came as social media was flooded with videos promoting the protests. TikTok videos using the hashtag “Free Navalny” (#свободунавальному) have brought in more than 120 million views. Russian TikTok users have recorded themselves packing their bags for Saturday’s protest. “I want to live in a free country, I’m not afraid to protest,” one user wrote. Others are seen taking down Putin’s portrait from the walls of their classrooms and replacing it with Navalny’s photo.

>According to a report on Friday from Roskomnadzor, TikTok has deleted 38% of its content with videos about Saturday’s protest, while YouTube and Russian social media site VKontakte has removed half of their content calling on minors to join the rallies and Facebook-owned Instagram 17%.

>The Russian Prosecutor’s Office warned that Internet traffic will be monitored to “restrict access to illegal information,” and that people found in breach “have been warned against breaking the law.” Police are “focused on taking preventive measures, and if there are grounds, bringing the perpetrators to administrative responsibility,” it said in a Thursday press release.

Reader 02/02/2021 (Tue) 03:46:20 Id: 911dea [Preview] No.16889 del
TL;DR: Protests are occurring over the arrest of an anti Putin critic called Alexei Navalny. ОМОН (Отряд Мобильный Особого Назначения, previously Отряд Милиции Особого Назначения, Otryad Mobil'nyy Osobogo Naznacheniya, Special Purpose Mobile Unit) got sent to stop and arrest everyone they could get. The Roskomnadzor (literally the Russian internet police) is monitoring everyone that attends or talks about the protests and is arresting them en masse.

Here's the url to the original thread post that I forgot to include here >>16885


And here's an url with more photos of the protests


Reader 02/02/2021 (Tue) 14:05:45 [Preview] No.16894 del
This hack is a treacherous scum allied with russian/jewish oligarchs in UK and a tool of western intelligence agencies for destabilisation of russia. He being portrayed by western presstitutes as some kind of russian grassroots leader (or even a "nationalist" LOL, a "nationalist" ready to bend russia to the western hegemon in the same way as the spineless european vassals) is a ridiculous joke that basically only western fools lap up. This imagined leader of the russian "resistance against dark lord putin" could't even muster the 5% support for a place in the house of representatives ))))))

Reader 02/02/2021 (Tue) 16:20:47 [Preview] No.16895 del
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BTW, you seem to recognise the let's moderately call it "deleterious influence" that jews very often have in the foreign countries they inhabit, and looking around it seems that you are some of the same at >>>/pol/ who see many great things in the german national socialism and adolf. Then it seems that you are unaware that this con that the west (and apparently you) praises so much was instrumental in trialing and jailing a very funny, socially conservative young russian dude, for the bullshit "crime" of shouting Sieg Heil in front of this poser in the OP and cooked up murder charge to keep him locked.
Look it up, he went by Tesak online. He and his crew made some amusing videos.
While in jail Tesak was assassinated.

Reader 02/02/2021 (Tue) 16:53:50 Id: 503f02 [Preview] No.16896 del
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I can't speak for OP, but I am the BO of /pol/ plus this board and I was aware of that guy. He used to isolate pedophiles and scare the living shit out of them. What I wasn't aware of is that he was a National Socialist. It's a shame I never saved the videos. Now, here's something you should be aware of.

Reader 02/03/2021 (Wed) 03:25:28 [Preview] No.16907 del
It's a sad story, may his soul RIP.
About TOR, yes I am already aware of certain "people of dubious loyalty" and bunch of cultural marxists among them but I use it here because endchan is blocked in certain countries, not really for anonymity since the technology is broadly obsolete.

Reader 02/03/2021 (Wed) 07:08:05 Id: 9f554f [Preview] No.16909 del
Due to the arrest of obvious cia asset. Makes no sense either way because putin is a kike

Reader 02/05/2021 (Fri) 03:56:06 Id: 911dea [Preview] No.16949 del
I didn't really know that about Alexei. Thanks for clearing that up anon

Reader 05/14/2022 (Sat) 06:57:46 Id: 250053 [Preview] No.18398 del
Life may be all fun and games now in the USA, but as offshoring increases, illegal immigration rises, hard-working Americans die off or dropout due to higher taxes and more regulations, the national debt climbs, there is more terrorism as the result of illegal American wars, the police become more brutal enforcing draconian decrees, the US Ponzi economy and stock markets collapse, cash is banned, Americans are implanted with microchips, and real crises and false flags are used to force Americans to go to the gulags and finally to the gas chambers and ovens, will Americans wish that they had spoken out earlier against the dangers of wars, debt, and tyranny?
There you go with the 'gas chambers and ovens' proving you're a kike once again. The jewish holocaust didn't happen.

This is why AIDSkike is a piece of shit sage 05/14/2022 (Sat) 13:36:24 Id: c12391 [Preview] No.18399 del
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