You are here:   /
rss News rss Articles rss General
Politics

National patriots of DPNI deputy tried on tie

June 4 2006
15:16

In St. Petersburg, on Saturday held a rally against the ethnic crime, organized by the Movement Against Illegal Immigration.

Protesters sought by Russian authorities to recognize the priority of public policy the repatriation of Russian-speaking population from near and far abroad, the number of protesters who were assessed at 25 million. Their claims are supported by posters and slogans: "Defend people from the ethnic crime", "Do you like home - you are called a fascist," "Glory to the Russian nation," "In Russia - the Russian order, etc.

But despite the global slogans, the protesters themselves, according to eyewitnesses, had accumulated no more than 30 people. Nevertheless, the share of the St. Petersburg fighters with illegals honored the movement's leader Alexander Belov. To cheer on their teammates, Belov promised that supporters DPNI is in many branches of government. "All factions of the State Duma, one way or another with us. Those who shaved his head today, tomorrow will wear a tie and become MPs. We will decide whom to appoint the governor, and whom to shoot," - said Belov. The leader of Movement Against Illegal Immigration said that it was necessary to cancel the registration for illegal immigrants and solve the problem of migration with the help of their deportation. Belov also encouraged to introduce ethnic principles in national legislation and to prescribe in the Constitution the word "Russian." Alexander Belov finished his speech cries, "Glory to the Russian nation" and "Glory to Russia", said ZAKS.ru .

According to the protesters, they believe their slogans sure will raise the interest of Russian President Putin Vladimra since they came to the rally not just so, and to support the initiatives of President Vladimir Putin to fight crime. On the other hand, the Movement Against Illegal Immigration activists were very unhappy with the policy of the Russian authorities do not take any effort on the media, which, according to protesters trying to discredit St. Petersburg, giving it the status of the capital of Russian fascism, "although, as stated by the leader of the St. Petersburg Branch of the Movement Against Illegal Immigration Maxim Veletskiy, it was "illegal immigrants - is a threat to the existence of Russia and the Russian nation, accounting for 80% of rapes and 50% of robberies.

Print version

Photo Gallery
At this moment...
Photo

Week top publications
Popular reading
©2006-2019 All rights reserved
liveinternet.ru: display number of browses и visitors for 24 hour