Russian dissident Orlov: Why I referred to as Putin's regime fascist | EUROtoday

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We are accused of discrediting, however nobody explains the place the distinction lies with reliable criticism. We are accused of knowingly spreading false data, however nobody bothers to level out how it’s false. And after we attempt to show why it’s really correct data, legal proceedings are triggered. We are accused of not upholding the system of beliefs and worldviews that the authorities think about appropriate, but Russia doesn’t have a state ideology. We are condemned for doubting {that a} neighboring state was attacked to keep up worldwide peace and safety. Absurd.

At the top of the novel, Kafka's protagonist has no thought why he’s accused, but he’s convicted and executed. In Russia we’re formally knowledgeable of the accusations, however understanding them with out having some information of the legislation is inconceivable.

Yet, not like Kafka's protagonist, we all know the true the reason why we’re tried, arrested, convicted, killed. We are punished for daring to criticize the authorities. In immediately's Russia, that is completely prohibited.

Deputies, investigators, prosecutors and judges don’t overtly admit it. They conceal it by speaking absurdly and illogically about new legal guidelines, investigations, verdicts. But the fact is that this.

At this time Alexei Gorinov, Alexandra Skochilenko, Igor Baryshnikov, Vladimir Kara-Murza and plenty of others are slowly being killed in penal colonies and prisons. Killed for protesting towards the bloodshed in Ukraine, for wanting Russia to turn into a democratic and affluent state that doesn’t pose a menace to the world round it.