2021 Mar 28, 5:28pm
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The guy who now rots in prison w/o proper medical care after being poisoned for simply exposing Putin's Saddam-like love of tasteles palaces would disagree with your assesment of Russia's "freedoms".
It's silly. Alexei Navalny is a western intelligence asset. It's obvious he is. He's funded by the western intelligence agencies.
BTW, anybody who disagrees with the fucking ChK/NKVD/KGB/FSB
Another Russian woman told me same. Also likely moving back.
We have that here in US too.
Fortwaynemobile saysWe have that here in US too. Who is rotting in jail w/o medical care for reporting on Trump's palaces? Let's not be silly.
So don't fucking whine about corruption in Russia when the USSR is in the USA.
Fortwaynemobile saysAnother Russian woman told me same. Also likely moving back.Ain't gonna happen. They will just shoot off their mouths and stay in imperialist West.
2 million Poles went to Auschwitz.
richwicks says2 million Poles went to Auschwitz.Yes, the Nazis did kill about two million Poles.Very few Americans know this.
Yes, the Nazis did kill about two million Poles.
I'm so intensely curious to see how long it takes before the sheep realize they are trapped, that I'm sitting around waiting for it with them.
When Gestapo knocks on their door they will understand everything.
No they won't. as they are being dragged away they will scream, "BUT I VOTED FOR BIDEN!".
We have the Hoover Institution.
I was talking to a Russian friend who said he was considering moving back to Russia because they now have more freedom than the US does.
I'm guessing your friend has generated some wealth from a decade working in silicon valley. Even if it's only $1MM, that'll buy an opulent and care-free retirement in many poor countries.
Moscow hit by queues and jams as coronavirus travel permits brought inApril 15, 2020MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow introduced a travel permit system on Wednesday to help it police a lockdown meant to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, a move that initially created traffic jams and long queues of people wanting to use the metro.The system's introduction coincided with a record daily rise of 3,388 in the number of confirmed Russian cases of the virus, taking the nationwide tally to 24,490. The coronavirus response centre said 198 people had died, an overnight rise of 28.Moscow, the worst-hit region, has imposed a city-wide lockdown, ordering its 12.7 million residents not to leave home except to buy food, get urgent medical treatment, walk the dog or go to work if absolutely vital and their business is open.From Wednesday, any Moscow resident travelling by car or public transport had to show a permit containing a number code or a machine-readable "QR" barcode to justify their travel.In the morning, photographs circulating on social media showed queues of hundreds of people standing close to one another in masks as they tried to enter the city's metro stations.