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Olga Misik, 19, made herself famous by reading the constitution to riot policemen. She is now facing two years in prison. Sentence due on May 11. In her final word, she says that she was inspired by Sophie Scholl, an antifascist executed by nazis in 1943.https://t.co/fIKI7BOmYv pic.twitter.com/KHuSarCMQD— Leonid Ragozin (@leonidragozin) May 4, 2021

@tracyspcy
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How it is connected to socialism ? Wasnt it on pro-Navalny protests?

UPD. Querdenker Jana from Kassel also recently compared herself to Sophie Scholl

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russia is usually considered to be socialist, i think.

and yes i know the “jana from kassel” case (and i agree that comparing their own actions to antifascists from nazi germany is also used by non-legitimate protests ) but i don’t think it is good to throw such persons into the prison.

especially, because for instance in germany, the covid management from the german government is really horrible (big factories are still open) - so altough i think it is good to disturb “jana from kassel” in her speech, i don’t think the government/police should do that.

given that the covid management and also for instance the fight against nazis in germany isn’t really effective, i don’t trust them in the fight against “jana from kassel”.

i just think it is ridiculos to throw people into the prison in the above case. in general authorative solutions like surveilance and throwing people in the prison are no proper solutions i think because it doesn’t deal with the root cause, it doesn’t improve the situation.

@tracyspcy
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haha russia is totally not a socialist country nowadays :)

but i don’t think it is good to throw such persons into the prison.

agree with that. looks like overreaction. But still final decision on her case will be on 11th May, let’s see. (still her final speech in the court was awful looks like some liberal cookbook exists).

As for Germany, I know how it goes :) I heard from my friends that some big plants have already for more than a year have shortened working time (ie Kurzarbeit) because of a crisis.

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@fruechtchen
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do i have to mention that i think its bad when people are in prison because of such protests? i’m confused because of the upvotes.

jonuno
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AFAIK upvoting doesn’t mean ‘likes’ but giving more importance to posts. For example if there is a video going around of violence against animals, you upvote it to spread awareness and get visibility, not because you like what is being shown.

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