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President PUTIN, THE POISONER

02-02-2021

“Murder is the only way he knows how to fight. He’ll go down in history as nothing but a poisoner,” Navalny said, as he then cited some of Russia’s most famous rulers.

“We all remember Aleksandr the Liberator and Yaroslav the Wise. Well, now we’ll have Vladimir the Poisoner of Underpants,” he said."

The quote is fromNavalny during an absurd Court Hearing  leading to his imprisonment  for two and a half years, for failing to report to authorities after an earlier conviction. Why? At the time he was recovering in Berlin from an effort, ordered by Putin, to poison him with the worst-ever and forbidden Nerve Gas. 

In the Nineteen Nineties of the 20th. century after the end of  Soviet Totalitarian rule, we nurtured some hope that Russia might move somewhat towards the Rule of Law,  by its aaccession in 1998 to the European Convention on Human Rights. The European Human Rights Court has a long list of Russian Cases on the Roll, but none of implemented. Since former KGB officer Putin managed to move to the top, Soviet KGB Methods are back in force, with only one difference: the communist ideology has been replaced by KGB mastered corruption. A few enrich themselves excessively. See Putin's Palace. And the Russian people contnue to suffer.


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Frans A.M. Alting von Geusau

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