Omsk regional court confirmed that the words "No to Nazism" discredits the army

  1. The administrative case against King was opened a few days after he went on a solo picket on April 11 with a banner "No to Nazism." The activist held the action near the monument to juvenile prisoners of fascism, timed to coincide with the International Day for the Liberation of Prisoners of Nazi Concentration Camps.

  2. Wow. What a message they’re putting out. Since the Russian army is full of Nazis, no need to de-nazify Ukraine, right? So, pull on out, Putin, and start paying Ukraine for all of the damages you’ve done. And bring back the people and children you’ve stolen.

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