Monday, May 25, 2015

Russia bans 'undesirable' NGOs, sparking international outcry

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Outcry away, who gives a Rat's ass?

Non-governmental organizations working in Russia awoke Sunday to a new reality -- that they operate now under a law that allows the government to prosecute them on the grounds they are 'undesirable.' 

And those who work for such organizations could be sentenced to as much as six years in prison.

The new measure, signed into law Saturday by President Vladimir Putin, has provoked an international outcry.

More @ CNN


  1. It's not as if the US .gov is any better. It just uses a different strategy. Instead of outlawing outright they sic hordes of petty apparatchiks from the IRS, EPA, BATFEces, DHS etc. etc. on to groups they don't like and let the parasites and
    persecutors drive them out of bankrupt or insane.

    1. Absolutely. Who ever thought we'd get to this predicament?

  2. Get ready. These are the types of laws that precede invasions. It begins at home.

  3. Don't blame Putin in the least- he has the guts to go after the outside 'community organizers' who are paid to foment trouble.

  4. The problem with the good old US of A, we're being eaten from the inside out.
    Like parasitic worms; the ones that never die.
    International outcry is good. Ha

  5. Agreed. Wish some country would take Obama away. :)