jeudi 3 mai 2012

Russia: The "nanomanif" concerned police of Barnaul.

 
On January 14, 2012, police in Barnaul, Siberia has asked the courts to examine the legality of a miniature demonstration, where tiny figurines sported placards inscribed with slogans against the regime and presidential elections.
        
It read: "Genuine elections!", "When we steal, we should be in prison not in the Kremlin! " or " President, avoids confusing your interests with the interests of the people! ".
        
The police noted carefully every slogan and tried to silence the legos and other Kinder surprises.
        
"They tried to tell us that it was illegal, and that the toys in the snow, we had to rent the location to the municipality" said an organizer.
        
Makes this event unique was simply a response to the ban on gatherings in Barnaul since December 10, 2011. That day, there were huge demonstrations organized by opponents who challenged the election results.
        
Hence the rebellion called "Nanomanif" by the organizers in reference to the political repeated account and mocked of President Dmitri Medvedev's promotion of "Research on nanotechnology."
        
Deployed in the snow outside the theater of the city, the figures who defied the power of 7 to 14 January 2012 made ​​famous city of Barnaul, the administrative capital of the Altai Krai, south-western Siberia.
        
On February 4, 2012, demonstrators in Moscow have faced temperatures of -20 ° C, whereas under the same temperature, the "dwarfs" Barnaul deployed their tiny carefree provocative placards.

1 commentaire:

  1. What would happen if the Nanos became human beings and decided to have their share? Tough, tough. Mr Putin, be very careful!

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