In a broadcast from “Radio Echo Moscow” on Saturday 5/9, the editors-in-chief Alexei Venediktov and Sergei Buntman talk in the program “We are Watching” about current events, including that Germany has found reason to officially announce that the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has really become poisoned, according to the recent findings of the German Armed Forces Laboratory.
-“Navalny is suspected of having been poisoned …”, “There is no proof that Navalny have been poisoned”. The opinions went back and forth since the opposition leader Alexei Navalny lost consciousness on a flight from Tomsk to Moscow on Thursday morning, and the plane therefore had to stop over in Omsk.
The matter quickly became a world event with large headlines. There was no doubt that Navalny had ended up in a coma, but what was the reason?
Battle for a world-famous dissident – a “headline collage”
Navalny representatives followed the events closely, and was able to inform on social media how the medics in Omsk could not find traces of any poisoning in the blood, while the police had found some suspicious stuff on his clothes.
Navalny was taken out of Russia early yesterday morning to a hospital in Berlin.
The medics in Omsk had a disagreement with the German medics who had come to the hospital where Navalny was. It was mainly about whether the patient could be moved or not.
Splendid ! The health authorities in Omsk claims that the only thing the doctors found in Navalny was caffeine and alcohol.
Is that why he is now examined by medics in Berlin ?
What should be learned? Yes, one might ponder about that.
What is going on in Russia: Changes in the Constitution – or worship? If you are familiar with the third chapter of the book of Daniel in the Bible, you know what “the golden image” is all about.
–Radio Echo Moscow did let the political commentator and author Stanislav Belkovsky demonstrate a certain ambivalence in the face of the referendum about changes in the Russian Constitution, culminating yesterday. Thus, he performed in two different roles, both as Stanislav A and as only Stanislav, and he eventually came up with something useful, since the discussion involved three major issues that the changes entail:
the “zero-ing” of Putin’s terms of office, so that he could theoretically remain in power until 2036,
– the introduction of the word “God” into the Constitution and
– – the emphasis on marriage as a union between Man and Woman.
Both Stanislav A and Stanislav were skeptical towards – and sometimes very critical towards – Putin. But Stanislav A believed in any case that one should go and vote for the changes, because after all and after all, Putin is a “president of freedom”, which is a guarantee for freedom of speech, yes “..the people are the only Source of power in Russia!“
But Stanislav said that one should go and vote against the proposed amendments to the Constitution. Why? Well: “Vladimir Putin doesn’t recognize the Source of power in our country as anything stemming from the People, but from himself “
If so , he is indeed echoing the mentality of the babylonian King Nebuchadnezzar: “ Is not this great Babylon, that I have built for the house of the kingdom by the might of my power, and for the honour of my majesty?” (Book of Daniel 4:30)
The Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 28, verse 2:” And, behold, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord descended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from the door, and sat upon it“