Bloggers massively support blogger Drugoi by re-posting his blocked page

Posted: January 11, 2013 in Uncategorized

Bloggers massively support blogger Drugoi by re-posting his blocked page picturing the self-immolation suicide in India last March.

Original post
Re-posts:
Alexei Navalny
Vladimir Varfolomeev
Andrey Shilov
Natalya Gorbanevskaya
Cyxymu
Dmitry Shusharin
Ivan V.
…and many others.

The page:

Tibet Protests

A Tibetan exile runs after setting himself on fire during a protest against the upcoming visit of Chinese President Hu in New Delhi
(C)REUTERS

26.03.2012, India | Today, in front of the Parliament building in Delhi, a Tibetian independence activist committed a self-immolation suicide at a protest ahead of Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit. The badly burnt sufferer was conveyed to a hospital. This is the thirtieth case of Tibet exiles self-immolation since the beginning of 2012.

Tibetan exiles try to douse the flames from their comrade after he set himself on fire during a protest in New Delhi

Tibetan exiles attend to their comrade after he set himself on fire during a protest in New Delhi

The page was blocked by Russian authorities claiming its content is not appropriate according to Russian laws and can not be legally demonstrated on the Russian territory.

blocked-page

Bloggers do not agree there is any suicide propaganda that would affect younger readers. Neither they see any violence that would not be shown in the ordinary news reports on TV. Instead, they insist that this is a mere act of censorship as a part of the Russian mass-media campaign against Rustem Adagamov (a.k.a. blogger Drugoi).

Adagamov is the most read blogger writing in Russian with about 80,000 subscribers. Initially, it was a general interest blog covering every topic, but the last years the political views of the author became increasingly pronounced making him one of the most influential opposition leader.

In December 2012, pro-government bloggers published a video where Adagamov’s ex-wife accuses him for child molestation that was taking place a decade ago in Norway where he lived with his family at that time. The news were set on TV and published in major newspapers, where the accent was made on Adagamov’s anti-governmental activities.

Links:
Rustem Adagamov

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