Russians set up “Enemies of the People” booth in Simferopol

An information booth with photos of people who do not support the policies of Russian President Vladimir Putin has been set up in Simferopol. A similar photo has been posted on the Facebook page of the influential Russian blogger Rustem Adagamov, reports Espreso.TV, April 15.

File:Блогер (Drugoi), фоторедактор сайта LiveJournal Рустем Адагамов..jpg

Russian blogger Rustem Adagamov

The booth with the heading “Agents of Western Influence” includes photos of Alexei Navalny, Boris Nemtsov, Andrei Makarevich and other Russians who have denounced the annexation of Crimea.

“Just look at what is happening. This is Simferopol,” Adagamov commented on the photo.

Earlier, on the Arbat Street in Moscow, a poster was displayed with the name “Fifth Column: Strangers Among Us,” which also included Alexei Mavalny, Boris Nemtsov, Andrey Makarevich, as well as Yuriy Shevchuk and Ilya Ponomarev.


4 thoughts on “Russians set up “Enemies of the People” booth in Simferopol

  1. Tell me where to send my picture so it can be added to the posters of those who do not support Vladimir Putin. Let’s inundate that Facebook page with millions of faces from all over the world.

    They’re gonna need a bigger display in Simferopol.

  2. I am sure all the photos of his non supporters would cover every square millimeter of the Russian territory. Vlad is in denial if he thinks its just those few folks. I have better odds of winning the lotto than being selected from the billions who don’t support his policies.

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