Kremlin critic Navalny moved to penal colony outside Moscow to serve jail term

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No protests in Russia anymore

POKROV, Russia (Reuters) - Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has been transferred to a penal colony outside Moscow to serve his prison sentence, a public commission said on Sunday, weeks after he returned to Russia after being poisoned.

 
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hehe...penal...
Crackpot Nasralny becomes Mr Prison Rooster ( passive homosexual ) like all traitors in Russian prisons
In some days he will get aquatinted with his new chief Moidodyr like in the video below

 

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too bad Amnesty International refused to acknowledge Navalny a political prisoner due to his xenophobia and anti-Semitism... :)
It is an awkward decision. A person could be a xenophobe and anti-Semite, but that doesn't exclude a possibility to be a political prisoner. This organization just ridiculed its own principles.
 

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too bad Amnesty International refused to acknowledge Navalny a political prisoner due to his xenophobia and anti-Semitism... :)
It is an awkward decision. A person could be a xenophobe and anti-Semite, but that doesn't exclude a possibility to be a political prisoner. This organization just ridiculed its own principles.
actually, AI nothing but confirmed another time that US manipulates values, principles and slogans according to its agenda at a moment.

Now it's like this (xenophobia is a taboo in recent race-divided America), some time ago nobody would notice it.

But always US foreign policy is a set of demagogy + zinic hypocricy.

As for Navalny, he's a foreign agent, a collaborant of Bellingcat (i. e. CIA and MI5? or 6?) and directly British intelligence.

Does the US allow political activity financed by a foreign government?

Ashurkov is Navalny's wallet.

 

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too bad Amnesty International refused to acknowledge Navalny a political prisoner due to his xenophobia and anti-Semitism... :)
It is an awkward decision. A person could be a xenophobe and anti-Semite, but that doesn't exclude a possibility to be a political prisoner. This organization just ridiculed its own principles.
actually, AI nothing but confirmed another time that US manipulates values, principles and slogans according to its agenda at a moment.

Now it's like this (xenophobia is a taboo in recent race-divided America), some time ago nobody would notice it.

But always US foreign policy is a set of demagogy + zinic hypocricy.

As for Navalny, he's a foreign agent, a collaborant of Bellingcat (i. e. CIA and MI5? or 6?) and directly British intelligence.

Does the US allow political activity financed by a foreign government?

Ashurkov is Navalny's wallet.

Change your tune. Amnesty International has nothing to do with the US government.
 

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too bad Amnesty International refused to acknowledge Navalny a political prisoner due to his xenophobia and anti-Semitism... :)
It is an awkward decision. A person could be a xenophobe and anti-Semite, but that doesn't exclude a possibility to be a political prisoner. This organization just ridiculed its own principles.
actually, AI nothing but confirmed another time that US manipulates values, principles and slogans according to its agenda at a moment.

Now it's like this (xenophobia is a taboo in recent race-divided America), some time ago nobody would notice it.

But always US foreign policy is a set of demagogy + zinic hypocricy.

As for Navalny, he's a foreign agent, a collaborant of Bellingcat (i. e. CIA and MI5? or 6?) and directly British intelligence.

Does the US allow political activity financed by a foreign government?

Ashurkov is Navalny's wallet.

Change your tune. Amnesty International has nothing to do with the US government.
lol, as much nothing to do as Nobel peace awards committee :)

though, I would put it another way.

both AI and US government are branches of the same real Power which owns America.
 

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too bad Amnesty International refused to acknowledge Navalny a political prisoner due to his xenophobia and anti-Semitism... :)
It is an awkward decision. A person could be a xenophobe and anti-Semite, but that doesn't exclude a possibility to be a political prisoner. This organization just ridiculed its own principles.
actually, AI nothing but confirmed another time that US manipulates values, principles and slogans according to its agenda at a moment.

Now it's like this (xenophobia is a taboo in recent race-divided America), some time ago nobody would notice it.

But always US foreign policy is a set of demagogy + zinic hypocricy.

As for Navalny, he's a foreign agent, a collaborant of Bellingcat (i. e. CIA and MI5? or 6?) and directly British intelligence.

Does the US allow political activity financed by a foreign government?

Ashurkov is Navalny's wallet.

Change your tune. Amnesty International has nothing to do with the US government.
lol, as much nothing to do as Nobel peace awards committee :)

though, I would put it another way.

both AI and US government are branches of the same real Power which owns America.
Yeah, I know. A secret world government run by the Jews. With only Russia being an island of liberty, despite numerous oligarchs and state officials having assets in the West.
 

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