USSR2 File: Large protests erupt in Russia, ongoing unrest in Belarus leads to more demos as citizens challenge Putin, Lukashenko regimes; Communist lawmakers break ranks with Kremlin, demand corruption probe into PM Dmitry Medvedev, allege Putin puppet has “amassed huge illicit wealth”; meanwhile Moscow police arrest 1,000 in unsanctioned March 26 demo, jail and fine opposition leader Alexei Navalny, independent Ekho Moskvy radio reports 60,000 took part in more than 80 demos across Russia, largest since 2011-2012; Russia’s opposition fears Putin, 64, will seek fourth presidential term in March 2018 election, ex-KGB officer Russia’s strongman since 1999; Minsk police arrest 400, beating some, during March 25 demo in latest crackdown on opposition, citizens denounce new social parasite tax, Belarusian Foreign Ministry maintains “actions of law enforcement agencies were completely appropriate,” dissidents allegedly hiding petrol bombs and firearms in vehicles; Belarusian KGB releases senior opposition figure after 3-day detention, Mikalay Statkevich missing since early Mar. 25, slated to lead Minsk protest later that day; follows KGB’s arrest of unspecified number of members of White Legion and Patriot Club, groups “suspected of plotting armed provocations,” accused of running training camps near cities of Babruysk and Mahilyou, as well as in Ukraine, NATO states Poland and Lithuania; Kiev, Vilnius scoff at Lukashenko’s allegations

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4 responses to “USSR2 File: Large protests erupt in Russia, ongoing unrest in Belarus leads to more demos as citizens challenge Putin, Lukashenko regimes; Communist lawmakers break ranks with Kremlin, demand corruption probe into PM Dmitry Medvedev, allege Putin puppet has “amassed huge illicit wealth”; meanwhile Moscow police arrest 1,000 in unsanctioned March 26 demo, jail and fine opposition leader Alexei Navalny, independent Ekho Moskvy radio reports 60,000 took part in more than 80 demos across Russia, largest since 2011-2012; Russia’s opposition fears Putin, 64, will seek fourth presidential term in March 2018 election, ex-KGB officer Russia’s strongman since 1999; Minsk police arrest 400, beating some, during March 25 demo in latest crackdown on opposition, citizens denounce new social parasite tax, Belarusian Foreign Ministry maintains “actions of law enforcement agencies were completely appropriate,” dissidents allegedly hiding petrol bombs and firearms in vehicles; Belarusian KGB releases senior opposition figure after 3-day detention, Mikalay Statkevich missing since early Mar. 25, slated to lead Minsk protest later that day; follows KGB’s arrest of unspecified number of members of White Legion and Patriot Club, groups “suspected of plotting armed provocations,” accused of running training camps near cities of Babruysk and Mahilyou, as well as in Ukraine, NATO states Poland and Lithuania; Kiev, Vilnius scoff at Lukashenko’s allegations

  1. mah29001 March 28, 2017 at 1:57 am

    It seems like all of our Soviet mole’s supporters on the Democratic side have morphed into Dick Cheney, their number one villain under the Bush years….

    http://thehill.com/policy/cybersecurity/325928-cheney-russian-election-interference-could-be-act-of-war

  2. mah29001 March 28, 2017 at 3:39 am

    It sounds like the overt Communists are merely pretending to be against corruption. They had no trouble during the Cold War supporting corrupt Western leaders and their Soviet counterparts.

  3. mah29001 March 28, 2017 at 11:01 am

    Guess who is embracing the defeat of Trump’s overhaul of the “Affordable” Care Act? The Communist group Workers’ World Party is where the Democrats side with too…

    http://www.workers.org/2017/03/27/mass-protest-kills-the-anti-health-care-bill/

    …but they purposely mislead their readers that the healthcare bill Paul Ryan presented should be abandoned with good cause since the Freedom Caucus also didn’t support it.

  4. mah29001 March 29, 2017 at 2:51 am

    Here’s a profile of one of the wealthiest families known as the Rothchilds…whom have since modern times have switched to supporting Leftist causes with their trillions of dollars, they grew likely wealthy throughout the colonial period by supporting various global powers like Britain and France and also piracy….

    http://www.australiannationalreview.com/rothschild-wealthiest-dynasty-human-history/

    They even backed Hillary Clinton’s campaign and are affiliated with establishment Republicans as well via Rockefellers.

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