Tag Archives: Alexei Navalny

Rastorguev And The Heart Of Darkness – Part I

Dear Readers: This is sort of a follow-up to my post of yesterday, you can read that one if you haven’t already, it wasn’t one of my best, but hopefully it will set the scene of the 3 Russian journalists … Continue reading

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Russia Income Inequality = Greatest in the World? – Part VI

Dear Readers: Today I continue this piece from Komsomolskaya Pravda.  Realistically, after today’s installment, I need still one more day to finish this piece, which turned out to be longer and more intricate than I thought.  Which means that I … Continue reading

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L’infâme Nikita – Part IV

Dear Readers: This will be the penultimate segment of my take on the Nikita Belykh story.   Lordy, I reckon there is more raw material here, than there are fleas on a junkyard dog!  So, still working my way through this source; … Continue reading

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L’infâme Nikita – Part II

Dear Readers: Okay, after yesterday’s intro and backstory — a backstory so complex that it cannot really be told coherently, and perhaps I should have taken Lyttenburgh’s suggestion and just called this story “Fifty Shades of White”.  [See, that’s a … Continue reading

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Kadyrov Versus the Hamsters

Dear Readers: Today I have this piece from VZGLIAD.  Apparently a war is on — and what a war it is!  So without further ado I bring you this piece, mostly quoting a sociologist named Alexei Chadaev, who claims that … Continue reading

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Navalny vs. The Seagull, Act IV

This piece concludes my re-telling of the Navalny-Chaika catfight, as a drama in Four Acts. In this conclusion, I focus on General Prosecutor Yury Chaika’s defense, or maybe lack of defense, against the serious allegations which have been made again … Continue reading

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Navalny vs. The Seagull Act III

Please recall from prior exposition, that our intrepid hero Alexei Navalny has launched a media attack against a federal official of the Russian Federation, namely Chief Prosecutor Yury Chaika.  Whose name in Russian (“chaika“) means “seagull”.  Hence, I chose to … Continue reading

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