Skip to comments.Russian treason bill could hit Kremlin critics
Posted on 12/17/2008 8:59:13 AM PST by NormsRevenge
MOSCOW A new law drafted by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's Cabinet would allow authorities to label any government critic a traitor a move that leading rights activists condemned Wednesday as a chilling reminder of the times under Soviet dictator Josef Stalin.
The draft extends the definition of treason from breaching Russia's external security to damaging the nation's constitutional order, sovereignty or territorial integrity. ...
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Eternal Russia. Some things will never change.
This isn’t surprising in Russia. John Adams was able to do the same thing here even WITH our Constitution.
Coming soon to the US Congress, I’m sure.
How about we have a bill that allows working taxpayers to charge our leaders in government with treason.
Goodbye shortlived and ineffective Russian Democratic-Republic, Hello Second Soviet Empire. (Or could it be the beginning of the Second Era of the Czars???)
You think the sheeple of Russia will accept this? To go back to the way it was?
What is it about being free that p*sses people off?
The USSR returns. Look for it under Obama.
When did Dear Leader #1 consult Dear leader #4?
The fact that you have to make yourself a living.
What say in the matter do the people of Russia have? The KGB/FSR runs the show. Fight them, and get polonium in your salad.
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