Talk:Vladimir Vladimirovich Kara-Murza
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- Illegitimate Barrister: FYI - none of those authors were "unnotable", please see the links attached to their names to learn more about them. Furthermore, their quotes about the subject are very relevant to gaining a rounded understanding. Please do not remove them again. Thank you. Om777om (talk) 18:06, 31 January 2019 (UTC)
- (cur | prev) 14:20, 31 January 2019 Illegitimate Barrister (talk | contribs) . . (4,697 bytes) -1,767 . . (→Quotes About Kara-Murza: removed unnotable people)
- For the record...Just in case anyone's interested, the claim that investigative Rick Sterling is "unnotable" is patently false.
- Some of his work can be found on the following pages:
- Evidently there are many good U.S. citizens & supporters of John McCain who see hiding and twisting the truth & perpetuating enemies & war, for the sake of the war profiteers & their minions, as their patriotic duty.
- The twice removed post:
- The documentary quotes an opposition leader, Vladimir Kara-Murza, saying “We have no free and fair elections. We have censorship in the media. We have political prisoners, more than 100 political prisoners now in Russia, today.” Kara-Murza now lives in Washington “for his safety” but returns to Russia periodically. He claims to have been poisoned several times. Opponents of the Russian government are quick to accuse but the evidence is largely hearsay and speculation. Public polls of citizens in Russia repeatedly indicate that Putin and the government have widespread popularity, in contrast with the accusations in this documentary that they rule by intimidation and violence.