Liberal fascists showed their true colours on Tverskaya yesterday, as reported today by Mosckovsky Komsomolets, when they paraded down Moscow's main drag with a huge banner stretching across the width of the street. On the banner was written: "Death to the Kremlin Occupiers!" The MK report reads: "Twelve people with a huge banner blocked Tverskaya, lit flares and tried to march along the main street. On a black banner was written in huge letters 'Death to the Kremlin Occupiers'. The protesters were detained. Among them were such social activists as Gennady Stroganov, Alexei Nikitin, Vladimir Michuryn, Oleg Prudnikov, Maxim Vinyarski, Emile Teriokhin. " 'Today we have in power in Russia invaders, only not Germans but home-grown Kremlin ones' says a statement circulated by the participants in the action and published by grani.ru. 'Putin has managed to do what Hitler failed in doing: Russia has really become a colony. People have already been deprived of all conceivable rights and transformed into an obedient frightened herd.' At the Abai Kunanbayev statue were detained 18 people who had gathered at Chistye Prudy, to mark the anniversary of the mass protest sit-ins across the Russian capital. This brings to mind a previous campaign of direct action that took place in Moscow on Red Square on March 18, when 14 activists unfurled a banner with the words 'Go Fuck Yourself With Your Registration' and chanted 'Where We Live Is None Of Your Fucking Business', 'Putin Should Be Executed', 'Down With The Power Of The KGB' and 'This Is Our Country'. That action lasted for a total of 8 minutes before the last of its participants was arrested. The public prosecution office later opened a criminal case over this action under the criminal code article "hooliganism" (part 2 of article 213). NEWSru.com reports that earlier the same activists held on Red Square a series of actions for the release of political prisoners." This will not go down well with the "bydlo", as these "activists" no doubt consider the vast majority of Russian citizens, for Victory Day is an extremely emotional one in which veterans of the Great Patriotic War are held in reverence and such actions as those described above will no doubt be held by the vast majority of Russian citizens to be very disrespectful towards yesterday's special significance. This line "heads will roll when we come to power" seems very popular amongst Russian "liberals": Navalny is especially rather fond of making similar utterances. So was Hitler and chums when he and his party was just an insignificant collection of provincial scumbags, hence the term "liberal fascists". And to hell with Godwin's spurious "law".