Navalny and the feudal regime

12 July 2013 § Leave a comment

12 July

I found a snippet of Navalny‘s court speech in the Wall Street Journal several days ago, and now the full version.  Here is his blog that has made him famous as an anti-corruption and super-anti-Putin activist.

He looks stronger than his captors . . .

He looks stronger than his captors . . .

In the future: Russian Spring?!  Or . . . Navalny for president.

In other news, Russians are having too much fun and should withdraw into seclusion more often.  No further defence is necessary; he’s a Russian Orthodox Patriarch.

Patriarch Kirill, having fun during the morning candle dance.

Patriarch Kirill, having fun during the morning candle dance.

Also: why typewriters are high-security tools.  I’ve been using one to type my secrets for months.  Note to Snowden: if you stay in Russia long enough, you’re going to be snowed in.

The retreat of Napoleon from Russia, 3 November 1812 (Victor Adam, mid-19th century hand-coloured lithograph)

The retreat of Napoleon from Russia, 3 November 1812 (Victor Adam, mid-19th century hand-coloured lithograph)

Or snowed out?

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