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On ‎8‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 7:56 PM, Phoenix68 said:

Russia And China Claim

U.S. Promotes Protests In Their Countries!!!!

 

It's true too.

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On 8/14/2019 at 1:56 PM, Phoenix68 said:

Russia And China Claim

U.S. Promotes Protests In Their Countries!!!!

 

 

On 8/18/2019 at 1:26 PM, JinnMartini said:

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It's true too.

 

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......As if you'd know, Goober.

 

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Russian State TV Puts Out Hit Piece On

Moscow Opposition Protest

August 14, 2019

 

"On Saturday, August 10, tens of thousands of people took the streets of Moscow in the largest wave of demonstrations to hit the Russian capital since the so-called 2011 Snow Revolution.

 

Police said that 20,000 people attended the latest in a weeks-long series of protests against the banning of opposition candidates from Moscow municipal elections set for September 8.

 

Russian-state television network Rossiya-24 dispatched correspondent Yaroslav Krasienko to cover the event.

 

Focusing on attendees whom he described as gypsies, homosexuals, ecologists, communists, supporters of empire, and defrauded real-estate investors,” Krasienko cherry-picked from man-on-the-street interviews to paint the rally as a “farce” attracting politically-disinterested music fans, adolescents, the homeless and non-residents of Moscow.

 

The report included speculation that a foreign adversary which is well-experienced in staging such provocations and is seeking to destroy Russia had planned and funded the event.

 

While the Rossiya-24 report is in and of itself a textbook example of propaganda and disinformation, Krasienko’s focus on the music as one of the main pieces of evidence that the protests were neither political, nor organic, does not stand up to scrutiny.

 

Krasienko ignored the increasingly politicized nature of hip-hop in Russia, the artists who performed at the opposition rally and the political aspirations of younger Russians, many of whom have lived their entire lives under Russian President Vladimir Putin.

 

As for the performers, many have previously faced pressure from authorities, including concert cancellations and other forms of harassment, with rap music in particular increasingly being viewed as a new form of protest music in Russia.

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin himself had noted a need for the state to take control of the genre.

 

"Rap and other modern forms of art are rested upon three pillars - sex, drugs and protest," he said. "I am most worried about drugs. This is the way towards the degradation of a nation."

 

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3 hours ago, Phoenix68 said:

 

 

 

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......As if you'd know, Goober.

 

 

 

Fck off, loser !

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