Activism: An eery, “Blinded Russia with blood on her hands” walked through the center of St. Petersburg, Russia

By nvua.net; Grani.ru 
09.06.2014
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Blinded Russia with blood on her hands in St. Petersburg

A screaming girl wearing the colors of the Russian flag and a blindfold, stretching her “bloody” hands with St. George ribbons [symbol of the Russian-backed separatist-terrorist groups destroying Donbas, Ukraine] out to passersby.

In St. Petersburg on Friday, a local activist [Kado] reached the Nevsky Prospekt in the form of “Russia blinded with blood on her hands,” protesting against the military aggression of the Russian Federation.

The woman, wearing the colors of the Russian flag and blindfold, stretched her “bloody” hands with St. George ribbons on her wrists out towards passersby on the street and loudly shouted one long screaming note, Grani.ru, reported.

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An activist went to Malaya Sadovaya Street in St. Petersburg and fell against the wall of the Eliseyev Emporium. Police arrived to help the activist up, recorded her personal data and called an ambulance. Doctors soon released the activist.

Protest action (1). St Petersburg, Malaya Sadovaya str., 5 September 2014:

Protest action (2). St Petersburg, Malaya Sadovaya str., 5 September 2014:

About a hundred protesters came to the anti-war demonstration in St. Petersburg on August 31st. The activist Kado – is a frequent participant of anti-war pickets in St. Petersburg.

Source: nvua.net
All photographs by Vadim Lurie for Grani.ru

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