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Navalny Credibility Shattered As Hunger Strike Ends

Navalny Credibility Shattered As Hunger Strike Ends
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Russia needs liberals in politics, but failure of Navalny movement shows futility of street protests & reliance on foreign backers

Russia needs liberals in politics, but failure of Navalny movement shows futility of street protests & reliance on foreign backers

Russian liberals should now establish a responsible presence in the political system. This demands replacing revolutionary politics and foreign sponsors with the development of accountable political platforms providing solutions to complex problems. Russia’s turbulent history has largely been defined by revolutionary change.

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Luka-The-K9
Reply to  Luka-The-K9
April 29, 2021
Sean
Sean
April 29, 2021

Russia, nor any country, needs “liberals” in government. Patriots are what is required.

Last edited 3 months ago by Sean
Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Sean
April 29, 2021

“foreign backing” alone should be the red flag, especially in Russia or any other nation Usrael does not like. Putin and educated and intelligent Russians know that, I suspect. So Navalny never had a chance. All he accomplished was that the US taxpayers wasted a lot of money betting on that dead horse.

platon
platon
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
April 30, 2021

‘Dead Horse’ is the last stage of empoyment for foreign agents paid by the CIA. Ironically, as the CIA paid and made them, it also gets to kill them.

Wilhelmus Klostermann
Wilhelmus Klostermann
April 29, 2021

Thank you, Alexander, for your brilliant analysis.

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
April 29, 2021

Thank you for this informative programme, Alexander. I can understand why Russia’s banning Navalny’s organisation might be viewed as undemocratic, particularly by the west, but given how little support there is in Russia for Navalny’s western-backed party or, come to that, liberal parties in general, it is a move that probably meets with the approval of most Russians. Russians must be so sick and tired of the constant western interference in their country’s affairs, not to mention the sanctions, insults to their leader, anti-Russia propaganda, and the ongoing MSM false reporting on “Russian aggression”. Of course, I cannot possibly know… Read more »

Carlos
Carlos
April 30, 2021

Professor Glen Diesen is norweigan, not dutch.
https://www.usn.no/om-usn/kontakt-oss/ansatte/glenn-diesen-1

platon
platon
April 30, 2021

Why should Russia let CIA stooge psychopaths run free?
Look what happened to Ukraine.
Thank God Russia is decidedly not Ukraine.
Thank God for Putin.
But what is to be done about the USA?
They seem to be badly in need of lead supplements.

platon
platon
April 30, 2021

They rightly banned Scientology and Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia.
Navalny is the same kind of unecessary danger and a grifter like the two organizations mentioned above.

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