Navalny behind bars: Russia began to act without looking back to the West


In truth, not everyone believed that this would actually happen. Even after the far from triumphant "return of the resident" to his native land according to passport data, which ended by far from a pleasure trip to the pre-trial detention center. To scare a little - so that the "dizziness of success" inspired by European hospitality passes - this is one thing. To measure the real time, albeit fully deserved, at least according to the letter of the Law, knowing perfectly well what kind of storm will follow immediately after that is quite another.


For too long, the top leadership of our country has lived with a cautious glance at the West and, in order not to aggravate with it, “let go of the brakes” things to which it would be worth reacting much more sharply. Including and "threatened with a finger" to those persons who openly declared their intentions to arrange a "revolution" in Russia, and in fact - to seize power in an unconstitutional way. Why did they decide to act as tough as possible with regard to Navalny? How justified are such actions and what kind of "long-range sight" can there be? Let's try to figure it out.

The end of the world did not come. But it will be fun ...


Before delving into the topic we are discussing, I would like to ask a few simple questions. Tell us what feelings do you personally experience when you see in the media reports about how various foreign figures, from leaders of states to "small fry" of the level of clerks in all kinds of "international organizations" or bureaucratic offices, allow themselves to "demand" something from Russia, threaten her? When all this, excuse me, the pack undertakes to accuse the state of which you are a citizen of not following their "valuable instructions", solving its own purely internal issues? When do they try to throw mud at the leader of your country, reaching the point of direct insults? Oh, you did not vote for Putin ... However, whatever one may say, he is the legitimate head of state in which you live. And the US Secretary of State, who is acting like a fool about the "rampant corruption" he saw in his YouTube videos, is rude not only to Vladimir Vladimirovich personally, but to the whole of Russia ...

The events around Navalny highlighted with the final clarity the attitude that the West is trying to show to the country, which has one of the largest territories on the planet, one of the strongest armies in the world, warming all of Europe with its energy resources and feeding a large part of the world's inhabitants. We haven't owed them anything for a long time! The loans were repaid, the debts were paid, the contracts were fulfilled. So on what basis, “the world community is trying again and again to talk to our Motherland like a teacher with a careless first-grader ?! As soon as the Simonovsky Court of Moscow replaced repeatedly, grossly and cynically violating the rules of serving a conditional sentence, citizen Navalny, this most unobtrusive conditional "term" for quite real 2.8 years in a general regime colony - and hell opened up. "Sincere indignation", "deep concern" and "strong condemnation" sounded from all the irons of the planet ...

In the forefront of the indignant, of course, is the United States. Their new Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, did more than just call Russia's actions "deeply, deeply disturbing." This figure, who has not yet had time to get used to the new chair, is already categorically demanding the release of Navalny and every single one of those who have been buzzing on the streets in recent years will be "piled up", and "immediately and unconditionally." Direct surrender of some kind turns out ... In addition, he promises to "bring to justice" our country for "inability to observe the rights of its citizens." Excuse me, Mr. Blinken, but nothing that we are talking about the citizens of Russia, not the United States ?! American lawmakers are already in business - the US Senate is right now working tirelessly on a law on new anti-Russian sanctions - "for Navalny." If anything, that's what Republican Senator Mitt Romney says. The Old World is also trying to keep up.

Head of the European Foreign Office and policy security, Josep Borel, not limiting himself to routine attacks against our country, began to give legal assessments of the actions of the Russian court, calling his sentence "contrary to the country's international obligations in the field of the rule of law and fundamental freedoms," and, most importantly, the sentence of the European Court of Human Rights, which , you see, declared Navalny's brothers-in-law clean, like lambs, sufferers, and not trivial swindlers, which they really are. Learn the materiel, Monsieur Borel! I mean, read the amendments to the Constitution of the country that you undertake to teach. There, about the ECHR and the "binding" of its "never politically motivated" verdicts for Russia, everything is set out in the most detailed way. In the corresponding statement of the European Commission, apparently to enhance the effect, it is indicated that in this way our country, in addition to everything else, "negatively affects the integrity of the entire European system of human rights protection." So we are not rushing into your "system", good gentlemen! You still cannot calm down - we put your "values" at the door, and you strive to squeeze through the window with them.

Is everything planned in advance?


I would like to say about the same to persons of greater caliber - such as French President Emmanuel Macron, who with all the ardor of national temperament began to assert that the deserved sentence is "unacceptable" and broadcast about "non-negotiable respect for democratic human rights to democratic freedom." You, monsieur, have the right to say, it would be better if these loud words were reserved for the “yellow vests” that are regularly beaten by the police with your approval. The Chancellors of Germany and Austria, the British Prime Minister are all about the same. "Release immediately", "end violence against peaceful demonstrators", "ensure that global legal standards are met" ...

It’s interesting, but where was all this intensity of your “righteous anger” when not so long ago they fired point-blank at the “sightseers” in the Capitol and introduced martial law in Washington? The answer, of course, will not follow. The West so naturally and comfortably feels itself in the coordinate system of the double standards it has set itself that it does not even think to ask the question: “Why is it possible to water, gas and treat demonstrators with batons in Germany, Belgium, France or the United States, but to restore order in Russia ( by the way, much less severe methods) - in no case? " So they will continue to repeat, as established, about "trampled freedoms", "violated principles" and similar senseless rubbish, which for a long time has been nothing more than a set of loud, meaningless phrases in their own countries. Sanctions? Yes, most likely they will. Again, someone will be declared banned, promised to "freeze" someone's assets, and so on. Maybe this time they will go further. However, one gets the impression that the Kremlin gave a legal course to the "Navalny case" not only with absolutely certain foresight of such a turn of events, but precisely counting on it.

Moreover, many of those who seriously analyze the situation are haunted by one extremely strange detail. Namely, an official appeal will be "piled up" from the FBK to the White House with a demand to impose more sanctions against Russia, made with great fanfare just on the eve of the fateful trial for their "leader" and the "mass protests" planned for the same day. At the same time, the bourgeois from Washington, of course, supported the bad boys who took the initiative, but somehow so far more in words. No, they probably promised a hefty barrel of jam with a basket of cookies ... But the point in this case is that, having made such a demarche, the domestic adherents of Navalnism not only confirmed all the accusations put forward by the Kremlin against them, but, one might say, solemnly under them signed. “Yes, we work for the overseas gentlemen and dream with their help and with their support to inflict maximum harm on Russia the sooner the better!” - somehow it turns out that way, or am I wrong?

In order to break off such numbers, you need to be either extremely alternatively gifted individuals with a completely distorted perception of reality (“Now Biden and Blinken will get a call to Putin - he will immediately get scared and Lech will be released immediately!”), Or ... Or be nothing “Fighters against the regime,” but obedient executors of its instructions. No, what's the bad version? Having pleased after arriving home like chickens in a pluck, Navalny is forced to conclude a deal in which his protest movement is completely discredited in the eyes of the Russians, and he himself, having received the minimum term, is released as soon as possible "for good behavior." In any case, the “protests” that took place on the eve of the trial, over the weekend, clearly demonstrated that “hundreds” of thousands of compatriots who are ready to go to bed for the release of the “beacon of democracy” exist only in the wild imagination of editors of Western media. The rallies in support of Navalny are declining with such intensity that it is clear to anyone that even the most overwhelming "Maidan" cannot be concocted out of them.

It is extremely doubtful that the “beacon of national democracy” in the uncomfortable camp barracks would be so warmed by the “warm support of the world community”. What practical and extremely mercantile actors like him do best is to negotiate with those who make the best offer. So it could well "go for cooperation." Another question is why the Kremlin needs it? There is only one answer - they decided to finally and decisively "dissociate" from the West on some key issues. Indeed, why try to establish some kind of relationship, return to PACE, and most importantly, start any new joint economic projects until these gentlemen get it, that it is completely useless to put pressure on Russia? Better to sort things out once and if not forever, then for a long time, while trying to establish new "rules of the game." Are they angry? Will they be sanctioned? Isolation? And we, excuse me, in what conditions are we now? Will be worse? This is very unlikely. All "horror stories" like disconnecting from SWIFT and other radical measures look somehow unconvincing against the background of the current harsh winter. Europe will definitely not want to freeze itself for the sake of Navalny's freedom.

For a long time, our country, following the absurd demands of the West, showed its own weakness. Now, when, in response to the flurry of emotions, threats and "categorical demands" from the Russian Foreign Ministry, only a rather frank advice sounded not to pry into other people's business, everything is exactly the opposite. That's great. Let them get used to it.
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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 3 February 2021 09: 51
    -3
    Everything is correct. Not poisoned, now we need to plant.
    Bribes love silence ...
    1. Afinogen Offline Afinogen
      Afinogen (Afinogen) 3 February 2021 10: 03
      +8
      Quote: Sergey Latyshev
      Under-poisoned

      Do you really believe that someone hounded him? I think so in the West they outplayed a little. Stanislavsky would say “I don’t believe”.
      1. alex5450 Offline alex5450
        alex5450 (Alex L) 4 February 2021 15: 58
        -3
        Yeah, I went to the hospital by itself. Here in Russia, it’s the same with the opposition - either they accidentally catch a bullet, then they will poison them, then the spiers will go to look. But everything just happens by accident. In a natural way. From unhealthy nerves. That would love power, you see, and nerves would be stronger.
        1. Badger Offline Badger
          Badger (Dmitriy) 5 February 2021 09: 30
          0
          Another foreign hack worried about Russian opposition thieves, right?
          1. alex5450 Offline alex5450
            alex5450 (Alex L) 5 February 2021 16: 18
            -1
            Look under the bed! There we installed a potty device for you. "Analyzer of simple thoughts of a Russian analyst") RPM-RA.
    2. Yuri Nemov Offline Yuri Nemov
      Yuri Nemov (Yuri Nemov) 3 February 2021 11: 24
      +1
      They were poisoned by the Western special services, and the Russians took the ololosh under guard so that Uncle Sam would completely under-poison him.
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      1. Alexndr p Offline Alexndr p
        Alexndr p (Alexander) 4 February 2021 15: 11
        0
        the sooner, the better!"

        oh well, you know how to endure. you will bear it still.
    5. Badger Offline Badger
      Badger (Dmitriy) 5 February 2021 09: 27
      0
      Are you or a fan of yellow ducks from Navalny?
  2. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 3 February 2021 09: 51
    +1
    How many rope do not curl ...
  3. Valentine Offline Valentine
    Valentine (Valentin) 3 February 2021 11: 06
    +5
    And is this a punishment? This is just a slap to the pop priest, and if this Impudent one is fully promoted, and without his scams on Kirovles, and his roguish Anti-Corruption Foundation, then he will get a very difficult article due to the creation of riots in the Russian Federation, and an attempt at a coup d'etat, which is recognized by law as a threat to the existence of our state, and from this it follows that this type is not only under the supervision of Western special services, but also under the protection of very many of our oligarchs, and their Kremlin accomplices, whom he has already begun to squeeze our "guarantor", so that this intra-clan war has just begun, and it will not bring Russia anything good if the money "bags" win.
  4. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
    goncharov.62 (Andrei) 3 February 2021 11: 50
    +2
    We were sexually active with "Secretary of State Anthony Blinken", with his mother and grandparents in the seventh generation! And with their "concern" is doubly. and pass it. IMHO.
  5. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 3 February 2021 13: 03
    +2
    Why doesn't Navalny, if so many people support him in many regions, not create his own party or join another party? And on legal grounds, at least their representatives, to nominate for elections? Only the nominees themselves. This will never happen! Because parties can never call, like this, to go to unauthorized processions and rallies! Such a party will be immediately shut down and charged for violating Russian law. Or does someone believe that the Communist Party, the Liberal Democratic Party, Edro, will not be able to bring their supporters out into the street? But these parties are obliged to act within the law! And Navalny doesn't need it! How does Navalny differ from the same Grudinin? Country Development Program! Bulk has only slogans, salaries, pensions, etc. For Grudinin, the very first point of the program is a change in the economic course! That Navalny, that Yeltsin, they have one goal - the destruction of the country! Therefore, Navalny should have been closed for a long time!
    1. Badger Offline Badger
      Badger (Dmitriy) 5 February 2021 09: 32
      0
      All support for Navalny is less than 2%, what kind of mass support are you talking about?
  6. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
    Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 3 February 2021 13: 36
    -5
    It is very bad that the Russian authorities are political processes. After all, we are not a Central Asian or African country. There it is no longer "fashionable", but in Russia of the 21st century it is absolutely a shame. This will not lead to anything good.
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    2. Badger Offline Badger
      Badger (Dmitriy) 5 February 2021 09: 33
      0
      Political processes are in your West, but thieves are imprisoned in Russia!
      1. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
        Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 6 February 2021 09: 19
        0
        Yeah, tell Serdyukov about this with his girlfriend.
  7. Igor Berg Offline Igor Berg
    Igor Berg (Igor Berg) 3 February 2021 22: 58
    +2
    China has been shooting its corrupt officials for a long time without looking back to the west, and we are shaking ... well, our own ... who will rule us? And then there is such heroism and fearlessness ... ugh
  8. cooper Offline cooper
    cooper (Alexander) 4 February 2021 04: 57
    +3
    If this is true, then ... a very belated decision of the Russian supreme power (to stop currying favor with the so-called West). This had to be done "yesterday".
  9. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 4 February 2021 10: 48
    -1
    Just the other day, China shot another millionaire bribe ...
    And it comes out on top in the world in terms of GDP ...
  10. shiva Offline shiva
    shiva (Ivan) 4 February 2021 12: 19
    +1
    I do not understand the inertia of the authorities - about Crimea there is a footnote to a referendum, etc. No media outlet can write anything without a corresponding comment.
    And now - no matter how you look, who is Navalny - the founder of FBK. Cool. So he was imprisoned because he tried to fight corruption?
    It is necessary to directly indicate in the headings of the articles - "the thief Navalny was finally given the required three rubles." "The fighter against corruption turned out to be a thief and a spender" "Oppositionist Navalny, who opposed corruption, stole from his own fund."
    So that in every phrase, in every heading, the association of the words "Navalny - VOR" was in full swing ... Adjustable ...
    Is he convicted by the court? Is the guilt proven? Everything! All to rest. The thief - on the bunk, the rest of the valerian, haloperidol, and also to rest ... three years old ... and then we'll see ...
    One fighter with the idea, as soon as the gates of the zone were opened in front of him, jumped into a private helicopter and, faster than sound, found himself abroad, where he can now calmly write his memoirs, occasionally throwing a new generation of fighters "... my soul is with you"
  11. George W. Bush - medium (George Bush - average) 4 February 2021 14: 17
    -1
    Yes, Latyshev works for overseas gentlemen and dreams of, with their help and with their support, inflicting maximum harm on Russia - the sooner the better!
  12. turbris Offline turbris
    turbris (Boris) 4 February 2021 15: 15
    0
    When will the law be passed to punish those who demand sanctions against Russia? These are traitors who were put up against the wall without a trial in wartime, it is time to plant them mercilessly in peacetime, maybe then they will go over to their masters, otherwise they feel too at ease in our country.
  13. Breard Offline Breard
    Breard (Serg) 5 February 2021 05: 21
    0
    hmm .. blizzard!
    Damn ... hmm ... trying to make a choice - between plague and cholera! Navalny is definitely not on his own, they are betting on him professionally! this is the usual mouse fuss! On the one hand, the one who has already captured the Kremlin and plunders the country with "their" friends and relatives who have become oligarchs ... with others! Anal's "friends" and he himself ALSO WANT to sit in the Kremlin and ALSO plunder Russia.

  14. Badger Offline Badger
    Badger (Dmitriy) 5 February 2021 09: 26
    +1
    Little was given to the navralny, not enough. It is necessary to top ten for treason! Demanding sanctions from the United States for their country can only be called treason.