Surprisingly for myself, I found myself siding with vice-president of the United States, when judging his speech in Vilnius. Chainey have said: "in the many spheres of civic society, from religion and medias to the human rights organizations and political parties, Russian authorities have unjustfully and unnecessarily limited the rights of its people."
As I am leader of political party who's rights are not only limited, but practically crashed, I am siding with vice-president of the United States. As I am leader of political party, of which at least six activists were killed, I am siding with Chainey. Recently National-Bolsheviks party have prepared report on physical assaults against party members, we enumerated 40 (forty) assaults (but it is only small part of all violence committed against party members) that is why I am agree with Chainey. I am scandalized myself, I am scandalized by siding with Chainey but I have to admit publicly that vice-president of the United States was still very soft when speaking about those our Russian authorities!
The United States didn't kill six activists of National-Bolsheviks party. I was thrown into prison not by United States of America, but I was arrested by FSB (Federal Security Service) of Russia, investigated by FSB, was held in FSB's prison "Lefortovo", was sentenced by Russian court in Saratov that is what I am saying to myself in order to justify myself to be in same camp with vice-president of the United States, as I felt uneasy by that neighborhood. However, uneasy, I understand perfectly, that my interests as of a leader of political organization, widely repressed by Russian authorities is that state violence against us will be ceased. My interests as of a leader of political organization created 12 years ago and never ever participated in election since, because repressed by Russian State, is to establish in Russia such political climate which will permit my party to participate in elections. Not only my party is in need of installation of Democracy in Russia, but many others. Elections 1999, those of 2003 were held in such political climate that their results cannot be trusted at all. Those elections were held when all medias, including television, radio and press (with only few exceptions) were ceased by presidential forces, became the properties of State, or property of a State owned companies as "Gazprom," or else by Putin oriented oligarchs. Those elections were held under heavy surveillance of Putin's Ministry of Justice, of Putin's Central Electoral Commition, headed by Putin's men Mr. Veshnjakov, were preceded by courts decisions unfavorable to oppositional parties. Mr. Chainey has put it diplomatically: "Russian authorities have unjustfully and unnecessarily limited the rights of its people". It is worst, Mr. Chainey: Russian authorities have eliminated the rights of its people. Political regime under which we, Russians are living is absolutism, old tyrannical tzar's "samoderjavie," the rule by one person. That person called Vladimir Putin.
What that person does for cheating its ally, the United States, and for cheating its European allies: France, Germany, Italy and others, is simple lies. He is lying, when he smiles, he is lying when he talks. He has hooked the United States immediately after September 11, 2001 by expressing his regrets. In supporting the United States in its grief, Putin acted with calculation: his talk about danger of international terrorism was for him only the perfect occasion to receive an indulgence for his personal war in Chechnya.
Russian opposition is protesting against dictatorship of Mr. Putin. We have used all peaceful, non-violent methods of protest. We are unwilling to get into violent confrontation with that President and that government not because we are frightened, but because his reaction will be as brutal as reaction of bloody Karimov, president of Uzbekistan. We have had possibility to watch Putin's reaction in the times of crisis: his holding of "Nord-Ost" crisis was brutally violent, his holding of Beslan crisis was brutally violent. So we don't want that innocent people will suffer, will be hurt.