Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny in coma after suspected poisoning


Russian opposition figure and blogger is in intensive care after the plane he was traveling on made an emergency landing in the Russian city of Omsk.



The U.S gov is desperate to stop Nord Stream 2. The timing of this and the fact he ended up in a German hospital is suspicious to say the least. Germany is heavily involved in Nord Stream 2, and now they're talking about sanctions against the project. If someone really wanted Navalny dead, he'd be buried already.
I do wonder how Navalny could still be alive, if Putin really wanted him dead. It's possible the poisoning was merely a warning to Navalny, and that for his future longevity, he should from now on stay out of Russia. I suspect Putin does not want to make a martyr of him. Navalny could be vastly more dangerous and effective dead, rather than alive.

I agree that as things stand now, Navalny is no real threat to Putin's regime.


The globalists' shilling for Navalny is odd considering that he doesn't entirely fit the bill. Someone who sais "Russia is for (ethnic) Russians" should be a pariah by default. But in their game even Navalny is good enough 'cos, as Roosh constantly points out, they groom you in small steps.

Why should Putin try to kill someone who grew less and less effective over the last decade? The anti-Putin protests climaxed at 2012 I guess, since then Putin's approval was as overwhelming as Viktor Orban's in Hungary (or even better). The globalists need this poisoning far more than Putin does so I wouldn't rule out Western secret services took part in this. They will of course "investigate" and find out Russian man bad.

Why would the nice and democratic US and Europe want to discredit Putin right now?

Have you heard about a referendum on constitutional amendments in Russia that took place as recent as on 1 July 2020?

Here's the list of adopted changes (from Wikipedia):
  • Remove the "in a row" clause from the article regulating the maximum number of presidential terms, discounting previous presidential terms before the amendment enters into force.
  • Nullify the number of presidential terms served by the current President (Vladimir Putin) or former President (Dmitry Medvedev) to allow either to serve his first term if elected to the presidency in 2024.
  • The Russian Constitution should take precedence over international law;
  • The State Duma (the lower house of Parliament) should have the right to approve the Prime Minister's candidacy (currently it only gives consent to his appointment), the State Duma will also be able to approve the candidates of Deputy Prime Ministers and Federal Ministers, the President will not be able to refuse their appointment, but in some cases will be able to remove them from office;
  • Persons who hold "important positions for ensuring the country's security" (President, Ministers, judges, heads of regions) should not have foreign citizenship or residence permit in other countries, either at the time of their work in office or, in the case of the President, at any time before;
  • A presidential candidate must live in Russia for at least 25 years (currently 10 years) and may not have ever in their life held foreign citizenship or residency (with no possibility of renouncing foreign citizenship to become eligible to be president);
  • The Federation Council (the upper house of Parliament) will be able to propose that the President dismiss Federal judges; in some cases, the Federation Council, on the proposal of the President, will have the right to remove judges of the Constitutional and Supreme courts;
  • Particular ministers who are the heads of law enforcement agencies must be appointed by the President in consultation with the Federation Council;
  • The minimum wage cannot be lower than the subsistence minimum;
  • Regular indexation of pensions;
  • Consolidation of the status and role of the State Council (at present it is only an advisory body and is not prescribed in the Constitution);
  • Granting the Constitutional Court the ability to check the constitutionality of laws adopted by the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation at the request of the President before they are signed by the President;
  • Faith in one God;
  • Defining marriage as a relationship between one man and one woman


What do you think the tractors may not approve of? ;)
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Handsome Creepy Eel

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USA is obsessed with making Europe buy its shitty expensive gas that has to be hauled in by even more expensive ships and terminals. If anyone in Europe subscribes for this, they deserve to go extinct.

p.s. if USA wants Europe to use American gas for (((geostrategic))) reasons, it should offer a discount so that it's at least a bit competitive with Nordstream 2 prices.
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