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Navalny's team calls for weekend protests outside Russia's FSB

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By Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV

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When the ruled loose their fear of a dictator’s thugs, said dictator is in big trouble. Romanian dictator - level trouble.

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Putin regime teetering on the brink of collapse.

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Now is the time to freeze his overseas accounts and publish everything we know about his corruption. He’s teetering. Let’s give him a nudge.

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Putin regime teetering on the brink of collapse.

No. Unfortunately his approval ratings in Russia are consistently over 60%. We may all dearly wish he was teetering on the brink of becoming another Nikolea Ceausescu, oh if only, but the reality is most Russians do not wish to be rid of Mr. Putin. The world is stuck with him and a malevolent Russia for the indeterminate future.

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The wave of demonstrations that swept across Russia this weekend were notable for more than just the huge number of people who answered Alexei Navalny’s call to protest his arrest.

Just as striking were those in the crowd who said they had never supported the opposition figure before, but came out to signal their discontent with corruption and other complaints about Vladimir Putin’s government.

https://worldabcnews.com/mass-protests-in-wake-of-navalny-arrest-could-signal-new-political-dynamic-in-russia/

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Would be funny if Putin received tea bags a gifts via mail every day from unhappy Russians.

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Would be funny if Putin received tea bags a gifts via mail every day from unhappy Russians.

That’s a great idea.

Hope things are going well down in GA.

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