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OMON Speaks

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Oborona with several other youth organizations held a protest action yesterday. Before it begun, an OMON (riot police) policeman tried to confiscate Oborona’s leaflets from our activist Alexey Kazakov. Eyewitnesses quote their remarkable dialogue:

Cop: You are going to tell with these leaflets that you don’t like the government of Russian Federation.

Alexey: Yes, I don’t like the government of Russian Federation.

Cop: This is a direct anticonstitutional act!

Alexey: You mean, I’m obliged to like the government?!

Written by Oleg Kozlovsky

December 26, 2008 at 19:21

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  1. Oleg, how long do you think it will be before Russians hear this message not from an ordinary policeman but from the “president” or the “prime minister” of the country speaking on national television?

    La Russophobe

    January 24, 2009 at 19:09

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