A Russian Patriot Battles Russia’s Greatest Enemy

June 17, 2013 at 9:07 pm | Posted in Abuse of Office, Conceited, Disinformation, Enemies of Freedom, Fairness, Judicial Injustice | Leave a comment
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Alexey Navalny, 26 May 2012, photographed by MItya Aleshkovskiy

Alexey Navalny, 26 May 2012, photographed by MItya Aleshkovskiy.

For criticizing Putin, Alexei Navalny is being prosecuted on spurious charges of fraud and embezzlement.

This is a favorite tactic for Putin and his cronies.  They use it against anyone who criticizes them, including those who expose theft by officials.  It was previously used against Sergei Magnitsky (see below).

Navalny isn’t a perfect human being, but he is honest, and he is trying to benefit his country, not himself.

Not only is Putin and Co. Russia’s greatest enemy, it is very nearly Russia’s only enemy.

Recent actions by the Russian Parliament are evidence that responsibility for the imprisonment, judicial injustice, torture and death of Sergei Magnitsky, and for covering up those criminal acts, reaches much higher than was supposed before.  By approving and protecting those responsible, Putin becomes a party to their crimes.

See also here and here and here.
Putin and his cronies do not defend Russia, they rape it.

Putin and his cronies do not love the Russian people, they despise them.  They regard the Russian people as unfit to identify abuses, or to propose solutions, or to govern themselves.

Putin is not the protector of Russia, he is the protector of those who pillage Russia

An example is Putin’s protection of those who persecuted Sergei Magnitsky, and then fostered Magnitsky’s death.

Magnitsky’s only ‘crime’ was to expose those who had pillaged Russia.  But corrupt officials charged him with some crime he had never committed, and a corrupt judge convicted him of that imaginary crime.  As noted above, that has become the standard trick in Russia for persecuting anyone who is inconvenient for those in power.

Putin never asked for an investigation.  When a few of the criminals were chastized by the Sergei Magnitsky Act in the US, Putin was not pleased to see the the culpable being punished.  Instead, he whined about the US legislation, and pushed a bill that ostensibly punished the US, but whose main effect was to hurt Russian orphans.

His response proved that Putin’s priority was to protect those who pillaged Russia, and that he cared nothing for the true patriots who exposed the pillaging.

That made Putin an accessory to the crime.

That erased all doubt.  Russia is ruled by a criminal mafia, and Putin is a member of that mafia.

While Putin remains in power, Russia cannot breathe.

Saint George and the Dragon, painted by Bernat Martorell (1390–1452). AA.VV.,El llibre d'or de l'art català, Edicions Primera Plana, Barcelona, 1997.

Saint George and the Dragon, painted by Bernat Martorell (1390–1452). AA.VV.,El llibre d’or de l’art català, Edicions Primera Plana, Barcelona, 1997.

Russia does not need to be defended against a dragon.  It needs to be defended against a pit of vipers.

Timber rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus), photographed 4 May 2007, 13:03 by Tad Arensmeier from St. Louis, MO, USA.

Timber rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus), photographed 4 May 2007, 13:03 by Tad Arensmeier from St. Louis, MO, USA.

De-fang Putin and his viper cronies, and Russia will unclench, stretch out, and breathe.

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