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Monday, September 01, 2014


Photo Gallery Archive

  • "Don't rock the boat, our rat is sick." The man holding the sign is Dmitry Bykov, a renowned liberal poet.
  • "Cold winter ... Botox doesn't help." The slogan is a reference to rumors that Putin uses Botox.
  • "Sacked"  
  • "You cannot freeze the truth"
  • With Putin pictured as Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, the text reads, "I had a bad dream that I lived a long life and he still rules."
  • "Screw-tin"

  • "Freedom for galley slaves," a reference to the fact that Putin said he "worked like a galley slave" during his first two terms as president.
  • "It's cold, but I don't give a damn"
  • "Swindler and thief No. 1"
  • Central Election Commission head Vladimir Churov is pictured ripping up the constitution saying, "I tear up for Putin," a reference to the Putin Army -- attractive young women who tear off their clothes for Putin.
  •  “Wanted. Sought by the police.”  
  • "F*** Putin"
  • A play on words where changing one letter turns "elections" into "you are thieves"
  • "We're beating you with finesse”  

  • The sign in the middle reads "Jail Putin"

The Best Russian Protest Signs

Published 4 February 2012

Russia's lively protest culture was on display on February 4 as tens of thousands of demonstrators brought signs and slogans to an anti-Kremlin rally in Moscow.


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