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Limonov Files March 23, 2007
Victory In St. Petersburg
By Edward Limonov Browse author
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Meanwhile, "two carriages of agents-provocateurs from Moscow" proved to be the most impressive people's street disorders happened after 1993. I could judge from the voices in Col. Sorokin's walkie-talkie. At first voices were jubilent, "everything is quiet." Then voices changed."I see crowd about...(hesitation) one, more, much more...thousand persons..." Voices started to curse, then they cried for reserves. "Where are reserves?" Audio picture of a center of St. Petersburg was impressive, angry disagrees flooded the second capital of Russia.

Why so? Our publicity campaign was very good. During one month National Bolsheviks of St. Petersburg have distributed 150 thousand newspapers called "March of Disagrees." Tens of thousands of stickers announcing "March" were glued to the walls and windows of St. Petersburg metro. Hundreds of announces of "March" were made on few radio stations. Of course in the bulk Russian medias have refused to put our ad on its pages and waves. But, anyway, disagrees of St. Petersburg got our message. So more than seven thousand angry citizens came out. Governor Matvienko helped us: from time to time on metro stations, announcers were addressing passengers, urging them, "do not go to the march of disagrees..."

Alas, captivity didn't gave me the possibility to participate in jubilant people's festivities. Although governor in skirt, Valentina Matvienko, have sended on the streets Special Police Forces from at least six neighboring regions, giving order to beat people up, crowds were triumphant, breaking chains of "crusaders," National Bolsheviks in front lines.

In the end of the day, police have transferred me to a court house. Three of my people from protection group were sentenced to 15 days of imprisonment. I and few others were sentenced to be tried in Moscow. At ten in the evening Col. Sorokin have walked me through the courtyard filled with hundreds of "crusaders," through arch on Ligovsky street. Hundreds of people greeted me. The biggest street disorders after tragedy of October 1993 ended when "disagrees" decided that they should be ended. We have won.

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