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Saturday, December 10, 2011

RUSSIANS OCCUPY THE SQUARES: TAKE THE KREMLIN-OUST VLADIMIR PUTIN NOW!

Some of the 40,000 plus hero occupiers of
 Bolotnaya Square in central Moscow on Saturday!
Moscuvites:
"Did I Ever Tell You You're My Heros,
You're everything, everything, everything I wish I could be!"
"Thank you, thank you, thank God for you!"

The Occupy Movement has taken to the squares in Communist Party member and KGB leader Vladimir Putin’s Russia in a truly heroic manner! Bolotnaya Square in central Moscow overflowed so severely that protesters climbed trees to get a view of the activities. Even Putin’s official government henchmen, the Moscow Police acknowledged at least 25,000 attendees, but the figure is more accurately 40,000 to 50,000.
Communist Party of the Soviet Union Member and KGB Agent
Vladimir Putin
sporting his
KGB Uniform!

Living Colour's Cult of Personality
Recognize this one Vladd?
"I told you 1 + 1 makes 3"
Putin took over as President  on December 31, 1999 and only installed his tool, Dmitry Medvedev, as temporary Prez in 2004 due to a glitch in the constitution preventing a third successive term for the ever-egotisical and ruthless Putin (although, of course he has remained as Prime Minister, Chairman of the Russian Council of Ministers, and hatchetman Chairman of his ballot-box stuffing United Russia party--not so much a party as a KGB/CPSU-style machine)  for the bare-chested  (he has a fetish for being photographed in odd situations without his shirt, even though the dude is four years older than me) megalomaniac. Last Sunday’s Parliamentary elections, as have all elections since the first Russian President, Boris Yeltsin, left office, were a ballot stuffing illegal sham! In September the Man called Vladd announced he’d replace his henchman, Prez Medvedev, in the ‘elections’ for Prez to come this spring in Russia. So Hero Occupiers are taking to the streets “forcing the Kremlin to confront a level of public discontent that has not been seen here since Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin first became president 12 years ago,” according to today’s NY Times. The Times also said “the largest anti-government action since the fall of the Soviet Union” was not only evident in Moscow but in cities throughout Russia! Yes, OCCUPY!
This megalomaniac, Putin, has an odd and scary fetish of having Presidential
and Prime Ministerial official photographers clicking shots of him
in strange settings bare-chested!
Do NOT forget that this dude's hand is on that magic red button which
could set off Nuke ICBMs, Submarine Launched Nukes and Intercontinental Bombers
loaded with Nukes all aimed at the United States!
OMG, scary!

Let’s not forget that straight out of law school in 1975 until the abolition of the wretched institution with the downfall of the Soviet empire in 1991, Putin was a card-carrying member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.1 But beyond that, Putin had a long career and leadership positions in the most despicable and brutal of intelligence services ever contrived, the Soviet KGB!2 This fool, for example, spied on foreign visitors in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), spied in Germany when he was helping to hold the Eastern Germans hostage, and even spied on college students at Leningrad State University! What a scumbag!
Don't forget that Dubya was hoodwinked by this Vladdman fanatic in less than
a morning into saying he had gazed into Putin's eyes and
"was able to get a sense of his soul."
OMG, let's not put another Republithief in office again any time
this millenium, pleeze.

While we’re at it, let’s not forget that the Vladd Man conned George Dubya Bush via interpreters in less than 2 hours into declaring Putin to be his ‘good friend’ and, as reported by the NY Times, “President Bush’s June 2001 declaration that he had looked Russia’s Vladimir Putin in the eye and 'was able to get a sense of his soul.'”3 So let’s not elect another naïve baboon like Dubya, or any of the current Republithieves into the White House, and let’s keep on Occupying The White House with our awesome incumbent, pleeeze.
Thanks to the Occupy Heroes of Egypt Mubarak is gone!
Can Putin be far behind?
We can only hope.

We need to support the Occupiers in Russia, as much as we supported the Occupiers of Egypt, those in Syria now, in Libya, in Wall Street, in Oakland, and even more so now. These heroes are taking grave risks, given Putin’s ruthless past. He has launched wars of aggression against his own people in Chechnya, has militarily intimidated the entire Caucasus region and sought to expand there, in large part because the Clinton/Albright foreign policy created a rock-solid NATO shield preventing Putin from expanding into Europe once again and frustrates his expansionist and militaristic desires in Eastern Europe. The U.S. government should lend moral and diplomatic support to the protesters loudly, and clearly!

IT’S TIME FOR THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE TO RECLAIM THEIR RIGHTFUL CLAIM TO A NON KGB GOVERNMENT DULY ELECTED BY THEM, SUPPORT THEM IN EVERY WAY YOU CAN!

1While at university he became a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, and remained a member until the party was dissolved in December 1991.-- ^ Владимир Путин. От Первого Лица. Chapter 6

2Putin joined the KGB in 1975 upon graduation from university, and underwent a year's training at the 401st KGB school in Okhta, Leningrad. He then went on to work briefly in the Second Chief Directorate (counter-intelligence) before he was transferred to the First Chief Directorate, where among his duties was the monitoring of foreigners and consular officials in Leningrad, while using the cover of being a police officer with the CID. From 1985 to 1990, the KGB stationed Putin in Dresden, East Germany. Following the collapse of the East German regime, Putin was recalled to the Soviet Union and returned to Leningrad, where in June 1991 he assumed a position with the International Affairs section of Leningrad State University, reporting to Vice-Rector Yuriy Molchanov. In his new position, Putin maintained surveillance on the student body.-- ^ Hoffman, David (2000-01-30). "Putin's Career Rooted in Russia's KGB". The Washington Post.

3nytimes.com/2007/06/30/opinion/30sat3.html

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