The Kremlin tyrant Vladimir Putin (69) is fighting against all of us in Ukraine: against our values, against democracy, against our freedom.
During his dark victory campaign during the Kremlin dictatorship Bombs on civilians Throw and The word “war” is banned in their own country, There is light in darkness. More and more people in Russia are peacefully defending themselves against Putin’s lies and propaganda.
Thousands have taken to the streets to demand an end to the bloody invasion – with police brutally cracking down on them. Russian officials warn against participation. Demonstrations are not allowed on the pretext of protection against corona infection.
Nonetheless, people did not give way – they may have been beaten, despite fears that they would be imprisoned. As they quietly take to the streets, Putin can no longer bear it.
As President Olaf Scholes (63, SPD) said in the Bundestag on Sunday, this is not Russia’s war, it’s Putin’s war. “Over the past few days, citizens in several Russian cities have accepted arrests and executions in protest of Putin’s war. It takes a lot of courage and perseverance, ”he said. “We stand with everyone in Russia who bravely opposes Putin’s power apparatus and his war against Ukraine. We know they are many. I tell you all: do not give up!
They are the brave people of Putin’s Russia. They yearn against the ruthless Kremlin. You are the true soul of a proud Russia. They do not want war. They are the ones we should not forget.
7573 people – heroes – anti-war – critics of the Kremlin. 7573 arrests in demonstrations across the country since Thursday (March 2, 2022, until 8:30 pm) – at least!
More than 3000 in Moscow, about 2100 in St. Petersburg. Sit here According to OWD information At least 292 and 305 are still in jail.
But has been proven only in the great, well-known cities of the great country. People also took to the streets in Yekaterinburg, Krasnodar, Novosibirsk, Ufa and Nizhny Novgorod – a total of 103 cities where protests took place, and the list goes on and on. But the picture is the same everywhere: those arrested by troops loyal to Putin.
A friend of mine, whom I once met in Novosibirsk, recently wrote me an emotional message: “Putin is going to imprison anyone who opposes him or ban him from the country. Even ordinary people who say anything publicly against him. ” He asked himself: “I do not know what kind of people work in the police force who obey such orders.”
But perhaps that hope was still there: “This may be the moment when the Russian people stop talking for fear of the Kremlin,” he wrote. Because: “Then we can stand together and unite as one nation.”
On Wednesday, Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny called on all Russians: stand up against Putin!
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