Wednesday, March 26, 2008

What an insult!

This is hilarious. I mentioned this the other day:

On 21 March 2008, some members of the banned National Bolshevik Party (NBP) made a snowman outside the regional prosecutor’s office in Nizhny Novgorod.

The nine opposition activists hung a sign on the snowman reading “The Biggest Extremist”.

The chief of local police came out and tore the sign, saying the opposition activists had “insulted the snowman”. The police then arrested five of the activists. Local NBP activists will file a formal complaint for unlawful detention against the chief of police.

I think it was the police who insulted the snowman, don't you agree? And soon at least prosecutors are busy with work.

According to the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights Defenders, Article 1,
everyone has the right, individually and in association with others, to promote and to strive for the protection and realization of human rights and fundamental freedoms at the national and international levels, and

Article 6.b provides that everyone has the right, individually and in association with others [...] freely to publish, impart or disseminate to others views, information and knowledge on all human rights and fundamental freedoms.

Unfortunately snowmen do not have these rights – no, in Russia they certainly don't.

1 comment:

Joe Ale said...

The national bolsheviks are an insult to the bolshevik name,lenin must be rolling over in his glass grave, mixing the hammer and sickle with the nazi flag thats digausting, their grandfathers and ancesters probaly fought against the nazies and now their grand children are for them...they shouldent have rights,putin (if he wasent so much of a selfish asshole who only killed people that threatened his power) should send deathsquads out to Eradicate this ultra-nationalist nazi scum fill ditches with there bloodied mangled bodies.