Saturday, March 18, 2017

Vladimir, they are coming for you

New York (AFP) - Still relishing provocation three years after their release from a Russian prison, the punk rockers Pussy Riot are reviving their challenge to President Vladimir Putin in an action-packed autobiographical theatrical piece.Maria Alyokhina, one of two key members of the group who went to prison, has taken Pussy Riot in a new avant-garde direction in an hour-long performance called "Revolution" that merges punk, electronica, theater, documentary footage and plenty of snide references to Putin.
What I don't get is the Kremlin version of  property rights.  

The head boss holds it in his personal account, then the next Kremlin boss knocks him off, and he holds the treasury in his personal account.  I can't tell head nor tails from the thing. 

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