モスクワの反プーチン抗議行動は虚像 プラウダ紙

(1つ目)ロシア総選挙後に大通りに集まった数について、7万から12万人と伝えられ、一番大きな数字は20万人である。インターファックスは3万人と報じた。

面積からいって、この通りには、5万人が集まるのがせいぜい。

(シリアのハマーの動員数でも、似たような数字の水増し報道(リンク先を「人口密度」で検索)があった。100万人を超えたとか言っていたよね。)

(次の選挙が行われる)6年後ではなく、今変革が必要だと演説した人は、聴衆の2%からしか賛同されなかった。プーチンたちはロシアを永遠に支配したいのだと演説した人は、ブーイングを受けた。別の野党指導者には「帰れ」とヤジが飛んだ。集まった中で一番穏健なナショナリストに対しては「恥」「くたばれ」と人々は叫んだ。

要するに、集まった人々は意思統一されておらず、ばらばら。皆で集まりたいから集まっただけ。烏合の衆。

政治目的を達するため身を挺する覚悟はない。静かだから、害は少ない。

(2つ目)欧米メディアは、ロシア総選挙の結果を批判するのに余念がないが、第1党となった統一ロシアが気に入らないのなら、2番目の共産党に政権運営してもらいたいということか?(皮肉)

反プーチン集会に集まったのは、極右から極左までを含む、選挙で負けた人々だ。総人口に占める割合は、1400分の1に過ぎない。リビアで反カダフィー活動を支持したのは、総人口の5分の1である。

欧米メディアが好んで取り上げるゴルバチョフは、ソ連が崩れるのを傍観していた人で、国内ですこぶる評判が悪い。

プーチンは、ロシアの権益を守る政治をするため、時期的にも人物的にも最適だ。米国人のためにロシアの政治をするのではない。



Another 'opposition meeting' in Moscow: Falsify the falsified
26.12.2011
http://english.pravda.ru/russia/politics/26-12-2011/120078-opposition_meetin_moscow-0/

Another 'opposition meeting' in Moscow: The meeting on Academician Sakharov Avenue in Moscow became the most-talked about event of last week in Russia. The meeting was held under the slogan "For Fair Elections." The meeting on December 24 differed from the meeting on Bolotnaya Square both quantitatively and qualitatively.

This time, the organizers managed to attract more people to the event. According to various estimates, the number of participants varied from from 70 to 120 thousand people. Thus, the meeting of Sakharov Avenue became the largest protest action in Russia in the last twenty years. However, official estimates of the Interior Ministry are more modest - up to 30,000, Interfax reports Monday.

Some said that there were up to 200,000 people on Academician Sakharov Avenue in Moscow, but this number does not look possible.

Here is what opposition activist and blogger Aleksei Navalny wrote on his page: "Of course I admit that I made it up when I said in my speech that there were 200,000 people. From the stage I could see the huge street, completely packed with people. The tail of the street was turning far away - it was clear that there were people there too, though I could not see them."

Ex-Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin's appearance on stage produced a sensation. Kudrin demanded the head of the Central Election Committee Vladimir Churov should resign. He also announced the need to hold re-elections to the Duma, urged the Kremlin to adopt new legislation on political parties, register those parties and advised protesters to elect a group of people who would make a list of requirements to the authorities so that "the confrontation does not lead to another revolution."

Former Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov, who shouted to the crowd that changes were needed immediately, not in six years, was greeted with "Two percent!" screams in the crowd. Another opposition activist, Boris Nemtsov, who said that the people were fed up with the sitting government because "they want to rule forever" was booed too. Yabloko's leader Grigory Yavlinsky was greeted with "Grisha, go home!" shouts in the crowd.

The nationalists, the most moderate of them admitted to the microphone, got even more. The people in the crowd shouted: "Shame!" and "Down".

TV presenter Mikhail Leontiev shared his opinion about the meeting on Academician Sakharov Avenue with Pravda.Ru.

"I think they now gathered the maximum. And it's funny that these guys supposedly gather to protest against the election fraud. Notice how they count the number of people at the meetings - they falsify the numbers twice," he said.

"Even them don't accuse United Russia of fabricating the election results twice. But if you can't count your meeting, where are you getting at then? What 120,000 are they talking about? That area would never take so many! It won't technically take more than 50,000 - a stampede would occur otherwise," he said.

Mikhail Leonitev does not rule out that such actions will continue.

"Will they continue? Of course they will. This campaign fits into the orange revolution scheme. Another thing is that after our "hamsters" are better than their "hamster". They are quieter as fact, more tolerant and they are ready for anything other than compromising self-interest and their own health. Therefore, there's less damage from them."

Leontiev also believes that the people, who gathered on Academician Sakharov Avenue, had little in common. "The demonstrators booed everyone. One part of them booed one speakers, some others booed others, and so on. It's because those people didn't gather for a political action - they gathered to hang out. They have very diverse preferences. There were red flags, white ribbons, green flags, nationalists, etc. These people have no common program and can never have one," Mikhail Leontiev said.



Western Media bias and Russian demonstrations
26.12.2011
Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey
http://english.pravda.ru/opinion/columnists/26-12-2011/120075-russian_demonstrations-0/

Western Media bias and Russian demonstrations. there are a few people demonstrating on Russia's streets, shouting Russia without Putin (Rossiya bez Putina), among other things, a soundbite picked up on by a western press hungry for catch-phrases against the Kremlin. Interesting. Maybe the USA and their allies would like to see the second most voted party, the Communist Party, in power? Now that would be a turn-up for the books wouldn't it?

It would, because the party of Vladimir Putin, United Russia, or Edinaya Rossiya, won 52% of the seats in the recent elections for the Parliament Lower House (DUMA) while the Communist Party won just over 20%. The ones on the streets are not the "population of Russia", but a handful of the members of the opposition parties. This is not a united movement, but rather representatives from all the parties which lost the elections, from the right wing, to the Russian nationalists, from the liberals, to the far left.

In statistical terms one in every one thousand four hundred people turned up in Saturday's demonstration, the largest to date, if we admit that there were 100,000 people on the streets. Let us compare that with the show of support for Muammar al-Qathafi's Jamahiriya Government in Libya against NATO and the terrorists it supported, namely one in every 5 people in the country, and we see the difference. One in 1,400 against one in 5.

The first point is that under Russian law, people are allowed to demonstrate peacefully, as long as they follow the rules. Following the rules means registering the demonstration in advance so that it can be properly policed, like any other country; it does not mean provoking the authorities by holding demonstrations illegally and stirring up trouble.

The second point is that one has not seen in Russia the barbaric repression shown by police in Western countries against the Occupy movements.

The third point is that the election results speak for themselves:

United Russia won 238 of the 450 seats in the DUMA (Parliament), giving it a majority over the opposition parties (Communists, 92; Just Russia, 64 and Liberal Democratic Party, 56. Yabloko, Patriots of Russia and Right Cause did not elect any members). United Russia got 52.88% of the seat composition in the Duma, against 20.46% for the Communists, 14.21% for Just Russia, 12.45% for the Liberal Democratic Party and zero per cent for the other contenders. United Russia received 32,331,244 votes, against 12,594,232 for the Communists, 8,689,147 for Just Russia, 7,659,657 for the Liberal Democrats, 2,249,990 for Yabloko, 638,735 for the Patriots of Russia and 392,507 for the Right Cause. United Russia garnered just under 50% of the vote, the second most voted party, the Communists, less than 20%.

The fourth point is the western media hype around the figure of Mikhail Gorbachev, the man who stood back and watched the Soviet Union voluntarily dissolve around his ears, and who is now calling for the man who put Russia back on the map to resign.

True, Mikhail Gorbachev is free to say what he likes and it is not the place of others to opine on what he can say or not in his own country, it is a Russian question defined by Russians for Russians.

But let us move on to the fifth and last point, what about Russia without Putin? Vladimir Putin is the right man in the right place at the right time, he stands for a strong united Russia, meaning Russian resources for Russian citizens, not Americans; he stands for the integration of Russia's Republics inside Russia and not a myriad of separatist states held under by cliques of elitists who give away their resources to foreigners. It is not a case of Russia without Putin, it is a case of Russia for Russians, and however tempting it may be for the vast majority of those who support Putin to remain silent (in a comfort-induced slumber), the point is that the sound of the vast majority is not heard...because it is not necessary.

Let us be honest here...if Russians did not like Putin, then why did they vote for him? As for the opposition...learn how to lose with dignity. One thing is to come on the streets cavorting with western journalists, but these are the representatives of those who seek to destroy Russia through subversion and agents provocateurs. Supporting those who seek to destroy the State is an act of treachery.

On the note of Freedom, let those who went crying to the funeral of Vaclav Havel remember that the Soviet Union gave 26 million souls defending freedom in defeating Fascism in Europe and how many of those countries that spoke out against the USSR had a horrendous set of skeletons in their cupboards during the Nazi Fascist period, either cavorting with Fascists as allies, or else hosting concentration camps on their territory? One thing is freedom, another is criminal activity and subversion.

One closing remark: for those western media outlets which like to quote those claiming for freedom of the press, freedom of the media and freedom perhaps to commit crimes, who knows what else... my personal vinculum to Pravda.Ru is well documented on the Net and has been for many years. Never once have I had one single directive imposed upon me from above, other than that I am free to write what I choose.

So, the conclusion is...

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