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Putin REALLY Doesn’t Like Anti-Corruption Protests

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The Russian federal government doesn't take kindly to militants pointing out their widespread corruption. John Iadarola, Michael Shure, and Mark Thompson, hosts of The Young Turks, review. Tell us what you assume in the comment area below.

" A wave of antigovernment demos rolled across Russia on Monday as countless individuals gathered in ratings of cities to protest corruption as well as political stagnation in spite of vigorous efforts by the authorities to prevent or outlaw the rallies.

The police apprehended the engineer of the national objections, the Kremlin critic Aleksei A. Navalny, as he emerged from his apartment developing to go to a rally that he had actually compelled right into the facility of Moscow. He was punished to 30 days in prison.There were spread records of hundreds of detentions somewhere else, too.

The protests were the widest antigovernment cascade in Russia in years, with people in more cities noting Mr. Navalny's call than his last collection of demonstrations in March." *.

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62 comments

  1. Posted by Eater 999, at Reply

    First.

    • Posted by Eater 999, at Reply

      Queue the anger.

    • Posted by Zachary Xavier, at Reply

      Second.

    • Posted by Jesperado, at Reply

      Eater 999, Wowza! You must be so proud! Now that you’ve accomplished your number one goal, what do plan to do with the rest of your meaningless life??

    • Posted by IT'S TIME! IT'S TIME! *IT'S VADER TIME!!!!!!!!*, at Reply

      Eater 999
      first

    • Posted by Eater 999, at Reply

      Jesperado Actually, my number one goal is giving my fictional characters a life that lasts as long as mankind, but that’s beside the point.

  2. Posted by TollFree999, at Reply

    I’m sure Trump is taking notes.

    • Posted by Joker, at Reply

      +TollFree999 Don’t be silly. We all know Trump can’t write.

    • Posted by Narrowc ross, at Reply

      Are you sure Trump can write?

    • Posted by Z, at Reply

      Unfortunately, the GOP acts on them.

    • Posted by 6dazey9, at Reply

      They will be potato prints rather than notes

  3. Posted by Chris Perez, at Reply

    PUT-IN my A$$, is what Trumpicana says.

    • Posted by RedroomStudios, at Reply

      Dog Blast the United States of Trumpistan!

  4. Posted by Fabricio Larios, at Reply

    I foresee an America like this under Trump leadership.

    • Posted by Ben B, at Reply

      America is already like this. Protesters beat up, jailed and charged with BS charges

    • Posted by ToBe Fair, at Reply

      foresee? kremlin has overtaken the white house, free press under threat, federal bureau of investigation got beheaded, police brutality unseen before… hello?

  5. Posted by Jacob Hansen, at Reply

    I’m from Cuba where I work in the public sector, so I know a thing or two about corruption. I must say that TYT is not being honest in this video.

    • Posted by JD Strife, at Reply

      I’m from Jacob Hansen’s digital abs and actual lack of penis length, so I know a thing or two about spouting bullshit online. I must say this troll is not being honest in this comment.

    • Posted by Narrowc ross, at Reply

      A Cuban named Jacob Hansen, nothing odd there. Also, just because Cuba or corrupt doesn’t mean Trump gets to be retarted

    • Posted by Chad Austin, at Reply

      Guys. Jacob Hansen is an elaborate troll that’s been doing this for over a year. There is no way he isn’t doing this as some sort of avant-garde performance art aimed at tweaking the noses of online tyt trolls.

  6. Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

    TYT Kremlin Trolls want to bring this tyranny to America.

    • Posted by Shade Bleu, at Reply

      When are we going to kill the Muslims?

    • Posted by Cyrus Wu, at Reply

      spooder man the cuck slayer Putin paid #1

  7. Posted by Sir Gerbil Macintosh, at Reply

    This is America’s future under Trump, which I guess isn’t as bad as Hillary and her E-mail server, I guess. I don’t know, i’m very confused. Go Cavs, and i’m a gerbil.

    • Posted by impossiblemission4ce, at Reply

      Sir Gerbil Macintosh oh yeah, because the US has never brutalized it’s citizens before. [/s]

    • Posted by ToBe Fair, at Reply

      hillary’s email server is treasonous, trump jared flynn are just “presidential noobs”

    • Posted by Z, at Reply

      Oh, it already is present. Take a look at the GOP. If there was no opposition to GOP, they’d love to do the same. Syrup Forever, you silly person.

  8. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    and the blind government apologist will say see… America’s not so bad? never mind the fact that we are heading towards this very type of policing and government control, because if we don’t stand up now….. this is exactly how our government officials and police will start treating us right here in America!

    • Posted by impossiblemission4ce, at Reply

      Jamie Cox hate to break it to you dude but, that already happened a bunch of times. a recent example is the NoDAPL protest and the response of brutality by the government.

    • Posted by bob starr, at Reply

      Rspsand07 first, permits were issued in many cities but there were still close to a thousand arrests. and 2nd, there are a thousand ways to prepare for and handle a demonstration, the way I saw people being hauled away was humane but a large overreaction to trespassing.

    • Posted by TheUnholiness Within, at Reply

      @Rsp I tried replying to yours about “fake news”, but, I guess you deleted it. If the media is guilty of giving fake news, it’s everybody’s responsibility to stop it, not learn how to identify it, as some would suggest we start doing.

    • Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

      +impossiblemission4ce oh no doubt and i agree! But my main point is that if we as a people continue to remain silent, then interactions with our police and government will get worse. And to the point where we may approach 3rd world conditions in dealing with our police. But you are correct non the less.

  9. Posted by ReaLityBlue, at Reply

    Libtards don’t understand the law and order.

    • Posted by John Doe, at Reply

      THE CONSTITUTION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
      Article 31
      Citizens of the Russian Federation shall have the right to assemble peacefully, without weapons, hold rallies, meetings and demonstrations, marches and pickets.
      ACAB !

    • Posted by 6dazey9, at Reply

      “there is a law” lmfao you are a dictators wet dream.

    • Posted by Cyrus Wu, at Reply

      ReaLityBlue Trump paid #1

    • Posted by mini adam, at Reply

      Hawbitten if you do something illegal and you KNOW its illegal should you be ready for the consequences? OF COURSEEEEEE

  10. Posted by Jeri Kourkoumelis, at Reply

    Governmental corruption should be the first priority for everyone who wants to bring positive change for the world. I think that most people can agree on wanting to end pay to play corruption. That and than alone should garner support for TYT, Secular Talk and so on. Even right leaning individuals who want to end pay to play corruption should garner our support.

    • Posted by Andrew Tataj, at Reply

      the solution is digital democracy. Do away with representatives, let the people represent themselves. All representatives do is become a bottleneck on power, throttled by big money interests. The problem is the system, but other systems can do a better job than this crap we see worldwide.

    • Posted by Ultimate Bear, at Reply

      “corruption” exist in any country, this is just convenient excuse for CIA agents like Navalny to organise anti-government protests & regime change

    • Posted by Sejez, at Reply

      If I were a facist I would just kill you and there would be no discussion at all.

  11. Posted by Straight White Male, at Reply

    Today marks the one year anniversary of the pulse nightclub shooting. the day a Muslim commited the biggest mass shooting in american history. rest in peace you poor people that lost your lives.

    • Posted by Teethgrinder 83, at Reply

      And award for most disingenuous comment today goes to you!

    • Posted by sdrawkcabgnipytmi, at Reply

      +Revy
      “What, I thought you people were all for Freedom of speech?”
      You seriously think that being told to “shut up” in a You Tube comments section somehow infringes on your free speech? Maybe you should just stay out of political discussions entirely..

    • Posted by The Guardian of Truth, at Reply

      Straight White Male the only problem with omar was that he supported ISIS and al qaeda

  12. Posted by Browser unknown, at Reply

    And The Young Turks don’t like the anti-sharia protests.

    • Posted by RedroomStudios, at Reply

      you clowns are complete losers! wasting your lives getting riles up by propaganda and conspiracy theories that make no sense.

    • Posted by zOgOs, at Reply

      Browser unknown Do you have any clue what your talking about? That anti-sharia protest was a guise for hate speech. smh.

  13. Posted by CeCe Kansas, at Reply

    How ironic, America and Russia are similar, they both arrest their citizens for protesting.

    • Posted by wes.m.clrk, at Reply

      CeCe Kansas
      You mean destroying property, assulting and intimidating the citizens.

    • Posted by Claystead, at Reply

      Though in America you only get arrested if you are violent during the protest. In Russia the terms of arrest are “carrying signs, yelling slogans that can be considered as hurtful towards the Russian government or its representatives, or being spotted attending a protest march having been convicted of the prior at some point in the past”. Violating any of these are a felony crime punishable with up to two months in jail.

  14. Posted by Legate Alucard, at Reply

    Why are there so many pro Russians in the comment section? didn’t know Americans are starting to turn comie πŸ’‚

  15. Posted by Bryan O, at Reply

    Jacob Hansen , Spoderman and the rest of the trumptards just got a boner with this sort of reporting

    • Posted by zOgOs, at Reply

      Bryan LOL, you nailed that one. Thanks for the laugh. πŸ˜‚

  16. Posted by nlyh, at Reply

    I also think Jimmy Dore should start avoiding TYT. He possesses a lot more integrity.

    • Posted by nlyh, at Reply

      In what regard? Not believing the nonsense about Russia interfering in the US election that has not a single shred of evidence to back it up? Believing that it is a made up story to cover up the failures of the neo liberal DNC such as screwing over Sanders and not accepting that Hillary and themselves are a disaster?

    • Posted by Calleihal nwn2, at Reply

      TYT is a strange mix of ultra liberalism opinions with standard American mainstream media brainwash like “Russia is evil”. Before TYT, I used to think it was the conservatives that did so.

    • Posted by Ohy, at Reply

      What?! its been concluded already by all our intelligence agencies Russia interfered. the investigation occurring now is to see if Donald Trump was involved or knew – N U speak of no shred of evidence, Jimmy talked crazy conspiracy about Seth Rich With No evidence whatsoever

    • Posted by Calleihal nwn2, at Reply

      “Concluded by our intelligence agencies” Well, no accountability at all + the increasingly important aspect of showmanship ( trolling ) in American politics = the government can say anything. They can even admit to things they haven’t even done just to throw us a bone to keep us preoccupied. Which is what this Russian involvement might very well be.

      I don’t think there’s any “government intelligence agency” in the world that can be trusted for that matter.

  17. Posted by Stranger Happened, at Reply

    *FAKE NEWS. Protest organizers arbitrary changed the venue from a place that was coordinated legally to a different place where it was illegal.* They did it knowingly to create the PR picture. That said, unlike what happens the USA, no tear gas, no rubber bullets, no attack dogs were used against them.

    • Posted by Cyrus Wu, at Reply

      Stranger Happened but when no one is looking, bam!

  18. Posted by Alexander Heath, at Reply

    President Putin and First Lady Donald Trump.