Liberation From Insanity: Moscow Suburb in Open Rebellion Against Sobyanin’s Covid Gulag

In a quiet town not far from Moscow, a nameless hero unceremoniously cut the Caution tape that once vandalized the neighborhood swing set.

In a quiet town not far from Moscow, children are playing in the park as their parents (probably now unemployed, but with their self-respect forever intact) stroll arm in arm.

In a quiet town not far from Moscow, my son’s great-grandmother (once harassed by the police for daring to show her face) now marches through the streets.

In a quiet town not far from Moscow, public trashcans reveal a holocaust of Non-Essential Activity.

In a quiet town not far from Moscow, the police got bored of playing nanny, and everyone knows it.

In a quiet town not far from Moscow, no one fears Sergey Sobyanin.

There are very large fines for disobeying the Rat Mayor. In a quiet town not far from Moscow, they will need to mobilize the National Guard to force the people to Obey.

It’s a beautiful thing. Come and see.

Edward Slavsquat is an American in self-exile in Russia who sometimes writes things on the internet

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  • stevek9

    It’s a fun video, but what’s the context. Is this during the Lockdown?

  • cechas vodobenikov

    more irrusianality—oching kresiviya…ya ravitza