posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 01:13 PM
Signs that CIA is behind latest social unrest in Russia, after the parliamentary election, are getting more evident. First off, how come Hillary
Clinton could possibly know that it was rigged, unless the US government has COINTEL operatives right now in Russia?? Second, the flash anti-Putin
protests are quickly being organized through FaCIAbook, with the exact same patterns of the domino-effect riots of the "Arab Spring":
Moscow (CNN) -- At least 250 anti-Putin protesters have been arrested in demonstrations Tuesday in Russia's capital, Moscow police told CNN.
The arrests came as demonstrators protested against the results of Sunday's parliamentary election.
Earlier, a Russian opposition leader was arrested at an anti-government rally, he told CNN by phone.
Boris Nemtsov, a former deputy prime minister turned government opponent, was detained at a rally held to voice discontent over alleged fraud in the
elections, which returned Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's party to power with a greatly diminished majority.
The opposition Other Russia party sent out invitations to the protest via Facebook under the title "Is the Revolution Continuing? Yes!"
Hundreds of police had blocked off Triumphal Square on Tuesday evening, then began chasing about 100 demonstrators, seizing some and throwing them
harshly into police vehicles.
Pro-government United Russia supporters also rallied late Tuesday at Revolution Square near the Kremlin. State television footage showed a crowd
appearing to number in the thousands.
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party saw a significant drop in support in Sunday’s election but it will still have a majority in
parliament. Opponents say even that watered-down victory was due to massive vote fraud.
In neighbouring Lithuania, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton again criticised the Russian election and urged that widespread reports of
voting fraud be investigated.
It doesn't take any Einstein to figure out that the flawless timing between the riots in Moscow and the comments of Hillary Clinton, is no
coincidence. Though I'm not sure if Medvedev is staging an aggressive response, as far as Putin opposites his progressive style.
Wow, in 2 or 3 years Facebook did more to overthrow or destabilize governments than the entire CIA/NSA field apparatus in the last 30 years.
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