>USSR2 File: United Russia youth section organizes rally in Moscow, protests removal of Soviet monument in Estonia, exposes red core of Russian "Right"

>Since launching this blogsite we have provided ample documentation that the “Russian Right,” which is represented by the Putinist-Chekist-Surkovist-Gryzlovist regime, is a fiction and serves as a pretext to re-Stalinize Russia and reintegrate the Not-So-Former Soviet republics under the direction of the restored Communist Party of the Soviet Union. The article below notes that the youth section of Russia’s putatively ruling party, the Young Guard, organized the rally in Moscow and that 300 pro-Putin Nashi activists, who have been harrassing the British ambassador in Russia for months, put in an appearance, dressed in Soviet military garb.

Rally against WWII memorial removal in Tallinn without incidents
24.01.2007, 14.54

MOSCOW, January 24 (Itar-Tass) — An action of protest against the removal of the Monument to the Soviet Soldier-Liberator in Tallinn, was held without incidents in downtown Moscow, a source in the information department of the Moscow main police department told Itar-Tass on Wednesday.

Partakers of the rally issued an appeal to the Estonian parliament, in which they denounced the Estonian law, which allows pulling down monuments to Soviet soldiers and relocating their graves. They also opposed “fanning up nationalistic sentiments in Estonia.”

About 2,000 people participated in the rally under the slogan “Protect the memory of Soldier-Liberators”.

The movement Molodaya Gvardiya (Young Guard) of United Russia, Georgiyevtsy, Nashi (Ours), Rossiya Molodaya (Young Russia) and the Estonian non-governmental organisation Night Watch voiced protests to the Estonian authorities, which passed the law to pull down the Monument to the Soviet Soldier-Liberator in Tallinn. About 300 Nashi activists were wearing the Soviet military uniform.

Young people, who were carrying the flags of their movements, chanted slogans: “We are a living monument to the war,” “Hitler is a hero of Estonia,” “Protect the memory of soldier-liberators.” According to war veterans, Estonia wants to mar their victory in World War Two. The Young Guard of United Russia initiated the rally.

More than 150 policemen and servicemen enforced order during the rally.

One response to “>USSR2 File: United Russia youth section organizes rally in Moscow, protests removal of Soviet monument in Estonia, exposes red core of Russian "Right"

  1. mah29001 January 24, 2007 at 6:25 pm

    >Typical of such Communists to do this sort of thing. Strange that it’s Putin’s own party-United Russia that is being a proponent of the USSR.Ever since Putin has come to power, there have been other reports of statues of Stalin going right up next to the statues of Lenin.

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