Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Problem was, you couldn't leave

There were border guards with machine guns, barbed wire and land mines to keep socialist man from fleeing Russia. Now too many want to come in;
Thousands of nationalists took to the streets of Russia's major cities, including Moscow and St Petersburg, on Monday, chanting "Russians Unite” and “Russia for Russians, Moscow for Muscovites,” as part of nationwide annual marches that in past years have sparked violent clashes between protesters and police.
Images from the Moscow neighborhood of Lyublino showed demonstrators carrying Russian imperial flags and banners with slogans such as “Today a mosque, tomorrow jihad” and "Say yes to visas for migrants." One group displayed a banner reading "Young People Against Tolerance," and accused migrants of pushing up the crime rate and taking jobs.
Make someone happy...

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