Russians in Open Revolt as National Guardsman Admits QR Codes Are Unenforceable — VIDEOS

Russians are fighting back for their freedom and winning

“Demanding QR codes is against the law” — Russian Guardsman

Editor’s note: When Russians are fighting for their freedom Slavsquat is there to report on it, God bless him! Where are the alleged alt-media Russophiles when it comes to backing the Russians in their biggest battle for freedom since at least 1993? What to think of those who will back Russian freedom from NATO, but not from the demented fantasies of the Klaus Schwab Brigades?

It happened gradually, then suddenly: all 85 federal subjects of Russia now have compulsory vaccination policies, as well as rules requiring QR codes for entry to certain businesses and institutions.

Russia is also currently enjoying a “non-working week” (for Moscow and many other cities, this is a soothing euphemism for “lockdown”) which many believe could be extended indefinitely.

It’s a grim situation and it’s far too soon to say how this will all play out. But there are reasons to be optimistic.

In Nizhnekamsk, a city in Tatarstan, a member of the National Guard—a paramilitary force that reports directly to the Russian president—was summoned to “deal with” an unruly, QR codeless citizen. Instead, the guardsman explained to the hamburger lady behind the cash register that requiring digital health IDs was illegal:

The Russian Guard explained to the seller that she has no right not to serve a person without a QR code. He explained this by the fact that, by design, only federal law has the right to restrict human movement. The regulation is not federal law. Those who comply with it violate the law and this is the problem of the violator.

Here’s a very rough transcript that we made of the exchange:

Guardsman: Somebody pressed the emergency button.

Cashier: We asked the customer to show his QR code, and he didn’t show. Without a QR code we only serve customers who order takeout.

Guardsman: But you should know that they have a right not to show [a QR code]. According to the constitution, the movement of the person can be restricted only by federal law.

Cashier: The senior managers ordered us to ask for QR cordes.

Guardsman: You should follow the constitution first.

Cashier: You mean, from this moment I sell to everybody without QR codes? Right?

Guardsman: It’s up to you, I came here because you pressed the emergency button.

Cashier: I was told to call because you know that we do not serve without QR codes.

Guardsman: You pressed the button but there is no administrative offense here.

Cashier: I will tell our managers about it.

Guardsman: Any other questions?

Cashier: No, thanks.

Guardsman: Demanding QR codes is against the law. You can only suggest to show QR codes as a recommendation. But you have no right to restrict clients. Yes, there is a cabinet of the ministers and their resolutions. But constitutional law is the first to follow, despite the resolutions of the ministers.


In the same city, activists took over a QR code inspection post at a shopping center. They waved people through the checkpoint, insisting that nobody had to show documentation to enter:

“We are in power here”… “We are divided into classes,” said one of the activists. The guard of the shopping center did not fight back the noisy group and just watched what was happening from the side.

Elsewhere in Russia, in the Republic of Buryatia, a mob of no-nonsense pensioners stormed the entrance of a shopping center—forcing the security guard tasked with checking QR codes to retreat:

We have heard from contacts around Russia, and it seems this kind of stuff is happening everywhere—people are basically just ignoring the rules.

Meanwhile, in Moscow’s swanky Arbat neighborhood, a bartender threw a chair at a cop who arrived to enforce “curfew”:

There are many other interesting stories of resistance but we will save them for a more in-depth follow-up piece about What The Heck Is Happening in Russia.

Anecdotally, we’ll say this: There is a huge amount of anger and open resistance to what is happening here. We have seen it with our own eyeballs. If the Kremlin was smart, it would pull the plug on this society-destroying, economy-murdering lunacy before things “get out of hand.”

Source: Edward Slavsquat

  1. Eric the Red says

    Thank God, real Russians are fighting back. It looks like they’ve read their Solzhenitsyn…

    “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand? After all, you knew ahead of time that those bluecaps were out at night for no good purpose. And you could be sure ahead of time that you’d be cracking the skull of a cutthroat. Or what about the Black Maria sitting out there on the street with one lonely chauffeur — what if it had been driven off or its tires spiked. The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt!” Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Gulag Archipelago

    But the same can’t be said for the people of Western societies. They will find out, far too late, that the price of their obliviousness will be very very painful for them to pay.

    1. yuri says

      there are excellent reasons Russians despise Solzhenitsyn today

      1. Mr Reynard says

        Russian despise Solzhenitsyn ??
        You mean those Russian, like Khordokovsky, Bronstein ,
        & of course those Russian with V Putin ?

      2. Yurinator says

        I have a Yrinary tract infection.

  2. GMC says

    Yesterday in Yalta the promenade was packed with people walking, talking, listening to the local music performers ( violins, guitars, soloists young and old, etc. etc.) The local Vino shops had every table full and a bottle or two on each table – this was 1400 hrs ( 2pm). People were on the beaches below the promenade and it was 22 C in the shade. Masks are manatory when you are paying your bill inside, but most folks just pay the waitress or waiter. People can use a mask if they choose to and the elderly are more prone to use them but using a mask in certain situations is Not a Big F… N Deal.

    1. Lol says

      Ok fag

      1. yuri says

        u r latent LGBT hillbilly like rat driver

        1. Yurinator says

          My mom likes to fondle my member.

      2. GMC says

        Go back to your Hafa cubical – sonny.

  3. ken says

    Nancy Reagan…. Just say no.


  4. Maiasta says

    Love that woman in Buryatia who just shoves the security guard. Australians really need a dose of Russian mentality. You can see why the globalists didn’t choose Russia to deploy their mostextreme tactics at the outset. It never would have worked. On the other hand, in Russia, i don’t think the slowly-slowly approach will work either.

  5. guest says

    >>> “Guardsman: You pressed the button”

    There is a button to press ?!! in a hamburger joint ?! and a guardian shows up ?!

  6. yuri says

    does Soros or CIA fund pro-empire?

  7. steve kastl says

    Russians are intelligent.

  8. FedUpWithBS says

    While the MSM condemns the use of ivermectin, the most populated state in India just declared they are officially COVID free after promoting widespread use of the safe, proven medicine. In addition to this, Ivermectin attaches to covid spikes and prevents them from binding to ACE2. Get your Ivermectin today while you still can!

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