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Pussy Riot to Perform at Alabama Planned Parenthood Benefit

July 10, 2019

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Pussy Riot to be set free ГНОЙНЫЙ МЯТЕЖ СВОБОДА

December 19, 2013

Pussy Riot to be set free ГНОЙНЫЙ МЯТЕЖ СВОБОДА

‘Pussy Riot’ member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova missing

November 4, 2013

The Russian prison service has announced that a member of the band Pussy Riot has been sent to a new penal colony, after her husband expressed fears that she had disappeared.

The Interfax news agency quoted Russia’s prison service as saying that Nadezhda Tolokonnikova had been moved after her husband, Pyotr Verzilov, complained that he no longer knew where she was.

Verzilov told the Buzzfeed website that he believed the decision to move his wife came from the authorities in Moscow: “They want to cut her off from the outside world”.

He said Tolokonnikova was still weak after two hunger strikes, and accused the authorities of trying to punish her because of her protests. He last knew her precise whereabouts on 21 October, when guards put her on a train to a different prison. She was seen on 24 October by a fellow passenger as the train arrived in the city of Chelyabinsk, in the Ural mountains.

The Federal Penitentiary Service said Tolokonnikova was being sent to a new prison and that in accordance with regulations her family would be informed within 10 days of arrival, Interfax said.

Tolokonnikova is serving two years following the band’s politically provocative performance in Moscow’s main Orthodox cathedral in 2012. She went on hunger strike to protest against prison conditions in September and was sent to hospital. The prison service said in mid-October that she would be moved to another prison.

Pussy Riot far from quiet

October 17, 2012

The members of the notorious punk band Pussy Riot staged their action at Moscow’s Cathedral of Christ the Savior themselves. No one masterminded the infamous act, Ekaterina Samutsevich stated after her release Wednesday. “Our act at the Cathedral of Christ the Savior had no instigators,” she said in an interview with Interfax.

Samutsevich explained that the band was working on the do-it-all-yourself principle. Meanwhile, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina, who are still jailed, wrote a letter, which stated that an activist of art group “Voina” Pyotr Verzilov “quasi-fraudulently occupied the activities of Pussy Riot.”

“All the participants are authors of the band. We have no instigators, no organizers and no producers,” Samutsevich told Interfax. She stated that the band did not receive any money from anyone for its acts.

Previously, there were a number of theories proposed about those standing behind the activities of the notorious band. In September, for example, it was said that the act at the Moscow cathedral was organized by disgraced oligarch Boris Berezovsky.

Ekaterina Samutsevich told Interfax that she would be helping her two friends, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina, who remained behind bars. “I will try to raise money for the girls and bring them food and other things,” she said.

Lady GaGa wins Peace Prize

October 10, 2012

Lady Gaga has received the LennonOno Grant For Peace award from Yoko Ono at a ceremony in the Icelandic capital Reykjavik.

The US singer was awarded the prize together with Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot, some of whose members have been jailed over an anti-Kremlin protest.

Peace activist Yoko Ono said in a statement the biennial peace grant, established in the name of her late husband, former Beatle John Lennon, rewarded Lady Gaga for combining her stardom with activism and changing “the mental map” of the world.

Grammy-winning Lady Gaga, who shot to fame with her debut album The Fame in 2008, accepted the award in person in Reykjavik along with a charitable donation that she would in turn give to the Elton John Aids Foundation.

Gaga said: “I’m supremely honoured to accept this grant and award today on behalf of youth empowerment around the world.

“I will be donating this grant to the Elton John Aids Foundation and I will be working closely with them to ensure that the money goes specifically to those orphans and disadvantage youth in America born with HIV or Aids.”

Her message was for the world to “breathe compassion”.

Pussy Riot to be set free

September 15, 2012

Pussy Riot to be set free

Pussy Riot still rocking Russia

September 10, 2012

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Western Culture Shock

September 3, 2012

The Pussy Riot case proves that Satanism became an official and popular culture of the West. The West is ready to do anything to protect this culture. We can see this in “Harry Potter,” MTV programs (zombies, vampires, the possessed, cannibals), Madonna’s anti-French provocations in Tel Aviv with underlying reasons of occultism. Such reasons can be found at almost all rock and pop concerts). Messages of Satanism are meticulously calculated. They incarnate the hidden guise of democracy, which is always ready to generously drop bombs on Syria, Iran or threaten the Russia of Vladimir Putin. The target is anything that does not fit into the system, but the main target is Christianity. Provocateurs like Madonna are Zionists; provocateurs like Pussy Riot are those who respect and fear Islamists and kick the cat in the church – the church that was accused of being the open expression of the heritage, which the West simply can not stand.

Pussy Riot hysteria allegedly provokes two bloody murders

August 30, 2012

Pussy Riot hysteria allegedly provokes bloody murders
A hideous crime was committed in Russia’s Tatarstan Republic. Two women were killed, their bodies were mutilated. The unknown perpetrator used their blood to write “Free Pussy Riot” near the bodies.

Pussy Riot won’t be quiet

August 22, 2012

Just days before Putin’s third re-election, a group of political activists called Pussy Riot performed a “punk prayer” titled “Mother of God, Banish Putin,” in Russia’s holiest site – the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.