Putin has finally killed Navalny!

Farewell comrade.

To cowardly tyrants and their ILLITERATE sympathizers; You can kill a revolutionary, but you can NEVER kill a revolution!

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Shughulika na kuuza mbuta na omena hapo kondele market ulipwe na kuma ya ukimwi na mamake @kodiaga

jinga mshienzi wewe

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Msenge mchafu Heshim wazazi , najua ulizaliwa na ng’ombe after onyi kuifungua boot huko ocha lakini hata hivo pea wazazi heshima

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Wesley Matina Wanjiru @sokwemtu pigwa tarimbo na @mzeemashavu upunguze nyege

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@Patco tuliza kende na uheshimu msitooh putin

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Njeri hizi maagizo za ujinga pelekea MAMA yako.

You are a disgrace to your father’s PATHETIC muratina sperms.

Useless!

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niongeleshe tena ukimaliza kuosha smegma ya juzi.

umbwaa

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Ukimaliza kulamba tarimbo ya Putin usisahau kubadilisha iyo thong imejaa makamasi ya @Agwambo

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Ushamaliza kuchungulia @Benn_Dover akisiang’a?

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Katembeee Iko nini

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@MIGUNA ameanzisha topic poa sana. How did it degenerate to this?

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Why Russia Killed Navalny

Even behind bars, the dissident leader was a threat to the corrupt Russian dictator.

By Anne Applebaum

Alexei Navalny returned to Russia in January 2021. Right before he boarded the plane, he posted a film titled “Putin’s Palace: The Story of the World’s Largest Bribe” on YouTube. The video, nearly two hours long, was an extraordinary feat of investigative reporting. Using secret plans, drone footage, 3-D visualizations, and the testimony of construction workers, Navalny’s video told the story of a hideous $1.3 billion Black Sea villa containing every luxury that a dictator could imagine: a hookah bar, a hockey rink, a helipad, a vineyard, an oyster farm, a church. The video also described the eye-watering costs and the financial trickery that had gone into the construction of the palace on behalf of its true owner, Vladimir Putin.

But the power of the film was not just in the pictures, or even in the descriptions of money spent. The power was in the style, the humor, and the Hollywood-level professionalism of the film, much of which was imparted by Navalny himself. This was his extraordinary gift: He could take the dry facts of kleptocracy—the numbers and statistics that usually bog down even the best financial journalists—and make them entertaining. On-screen, he was just an ordinary Russian, sometimes shocked by the scale of the graft, sometimes mocking the bad taste. He seemed real to other ordinary Russians, and he told stories that had relevance to their lives. You have bad roads and poor health care, he told Russians, because they have hockey rinks and hookah bars.

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CIA duped Navalny then abandoned him

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Wanjiru @sokwemtu nishaland Karatina. kuosha rungu kabisa na daughters of Mumbi.

@Kodiaga tomba hizo meno brown midomo kauka mungiki women kabisa

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Mbwa

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Niaje blubber man wa Dago

Hii thread imejaa meffi

Mungich your tiny friend alienda wapi? Recession ina maliza yeye ujeru.

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