Wednesday 10 July 2024

Russian citizens terrorised into complete silence on pain of death

This is an opinion article. It's based on the news. It is not hard news. Although I am sure many agree with me. Russian citizens are terrorised into complete silence on pain of death and indoctrinated into false beliefs. Of course the Kremlin denies it.

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Russia is not only a terrorist state, terrorising other countries. In fact Russia is terrorising the entire world because Vladimir Putin and his cabal of mafia-like comrades in the Kremlin consistently threaten nuclear war. Medvedev has threatened that they will use nuclear armaments if NATO intervenes in Ukraine and if the land in Ukraine seized by Russians is taken back as a consequence. This is threatening the world because you can't use nuclear arms against another country without a global threat.

It's almost certainly a bluff and playing poker for the Russians but it is an example of how they terrorise the rest of the world. 

And what is depressing is that the rest of the world accepts his presence. We just get around the problems as they occur and wait for the next attack or murder. Surely we can do better. Putin and his cronies need to be stopped. Russia is a bad apple in the barrel and it is poisoning the world. He has supporters from fellow dictators which indicates the moral turpitude of the world. No hope is there, really?! For instance the UN allows Russia to remain on the Security Council where their representative lies and lies and lies.

But this article is about how Putin and his cohort of gangsters terrorise their own citizens consistently and perpetually.

Putin terrorises his own citizens by picking up people who criticise the Kremlin and Putin's diktats and then killing them by placing them into a Gulag somewhere in Siberia where they die mysteriously. The charges against these brave people are completely spurious and fictional.

If the Russian who criticises Putin isn't killed in this way they are simply murdered on the streets of Moscow or in some other place. The murders are nearly always dressed up as accidents such as "a 55-year-old man falls out of the sixth floor a block of flats". If that can't be arranged they simply shoot them in the back of the head. Nobody is ever prosecuted because this is a terrorist state. It's run by the 'mafia' which brings me to the next point and the point of this article.

Yulia Navalnaya

Yulia said: 

“When you write about this, please don't forget to write the main thing: Vladimir Putin is a murderer and a war criminal. His place is in prison, and not somewhere in The Hague, in a cosy cell with a TV, but in Russia – in the same [penal] colony and the same 2-by-3-metre cell in which he killed Alexei.”

The Kremlin has denied ordering the killing of Mr Navalny, her husband who died under mysterious circumstances in a Siberian prison. Some say he was killed with a punch to the heart under extended freezing conditions. Yulia has vowed to fight on in his name.

All over the news today is the story of a Moscow court issuing an arrest warrant for the widow of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. That person is Yulia Navalnaya. If I may say, she is a statuesque beauty and I mean that in the best possible way. She looks good and she is good. She has vowed to continue her husband's fight against this terrorist state.

As a consequence Putin's administration has ordered a Moscow court to issue an arrest warrant on trumped up charges which happen to be the "participation in an extremist society". Just another fictional charge which is not in any way grounded in reality.

That said, the laws of Russia as enacted by Putin's administration have effectively silenced all people in that benighted country because if you even hold up a sheet of white paper with nothing on it you are arrested as a protester against the Ukraine war. That actually happened.

A young man held up an A4 sheet of blank paper. Nothing on it at all. Within minutes the police arrested him for protesting against the war. We don't know what happened to him but he almost certainly ended up in some ghastly prison where he might well have been murdered.

In combination with terrorising Russian citizens to shut up and put up and never criticise Putin and his Mafia comrades, the Russian government indoctrinates all Russian citizens into believing that Putin is a wonderful leader in the Stalin-style. Strong and very nationalistic. The Russians like that but most of them don't understand that he is a dangerous mass murderer of the worst kind, terrorising his own citizens into complete silence.

Yulia Navalnaya lives outside Russia and she must remain outside Russia for the rest of her life because if she goes back to Russia she will be arrested and incarcerated where she will die. In fact, she must be on her guard all the time from now on because Putin likes to murder people on foreign soil as well. His tentacles spread everywhere. It isn't just murder that he engages in worldwide but his computer hackers hack into databases worldwide to try and damage economic activity in foreign countries.

A bunch of Russian hackers recently hacked into the NHS in the UK and damaged blood testing services perhaps for as long as one year. This has had a very negative impact on medical operations. Another setback to the NHS but this time from perhaps the greatest terrorist state the world has ever known.

Some examples:

Here are a couple of notable examples of Russian dissidents who were murdered, allegedly by the Kremlin:

  1. Boris Nemtsov:
    • Date: February 27, 2015.
    • Details: Boris Nemtsov, a Russian politician and vocal critic of President Vladimir Putin, was assassinated while crossing the Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge in central Moscow. An unknown assailant fired several shots, hitting Nemtsov in the head, heart, liver, and stomach, killing him almost instantly. His Ukrainian partner, Anna Duritskaya, witnessed the killing but was unharmed.
    • Motive: Retaliation for Nemtsov’s criticism of Putin and opposition to the government.
    • Perpetrators: Zaur Dadaev and Anzor Gubashev, among others, were convicted for their involvement in the crime.
  1. Anna Politkovskaya:
    • Date: October 7, 2006 (on Putin’s birthday).
    • Details: Anna Politkovskaya, an investigative journalist and dissident, was shot dead in the elevator of her building. She worked for the Russian Novaya Gazeta newspaper and had been a fierce critic of the Kremlin.
    • Motive: Her reporting on human rights abuses and corruption in Russia.
    • Perpetrators: The murder remains unsolved, but it is widely believed to be politically motivated.

About Navalny

Alexei Navalny: A Life in Opposition

Alexei Navalny (1976-2024) was a prominent figure in Russian politics, best known for his fierce opposition to President Vladimir Putin. His life can be summarized by his work as a lawyer, anti-corruption activist, and politician.

Early Life and Education:

  • Born in 1976, Navalny earned degrees in law and finance.
  • He studied at Yale University's World Fellows program in 2010.

Rise to Prominence:

  • Navalny gained recognition in the early 2000s through his online investigations into corruption by government officials.
  • He used a LiveJournal blog and later social media to expose his findings.
  • In 2011, he founded the Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK), which produced investigative documentaries about corruption at the highest levels of Russian government.

Political Activism:

  • Navalny became a leading figure in Russia's opposition movement.
  • He participated in anti-government protests and formed a political party.
  • In 2013, he achieved a surprise second-place finish in the Moscow mayoral election.
  • He attempted to run for president in 2018 but was barred due to a disputed embezzlement conviction.

Poisoning and Imprisonment:

  • In 2020, Navalny was poisoned with a nerve agent, an attack he blamed on Putin.
  • He survived after receiving medical treatment in Germany.
  • Upon returning to Russia in 2021, he was arrested and imprisoned on charges widely seen as politically motivated.


  • Navalny is considered a prisoner of conscience by Amnesty International and received the Sakharov Prize for his human rights work.
  • Though imprisoned, he remains a symbol of opposition to Putin's regime.
  • He died in prison in 2024.

It's important to note that Navalny's story is complex and controversial. Further research using the resources above can provide you with more details.


P.S. please forgive the occasional typo. These articles are written at breakneck speed using Dragon Dictate. I have to prepare them in around 20 mins.

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