We do not like when freedom tramples the garbage!

October 31 a group of libertarian activists staged a rally in the center of St. Petersburg. In the midst of confrontation between the authorities and the opposition during the meeting "Strategy 31", from the roof of a department store Passage was posted 9-meter banner "Any power - shit, ban, banned!". Were then ignited Fire in representatives of punitive structures flew smoke bombs to frighten them, but on Nevsky Prospekt thrown leaflets. Our action was a protest against the arbitrary power and violence by members of the security forces.We want to emphasize that the goals and ideologies of political groups involved in "Strategy 1931" we are not close.

For us, certainly not acceptable to limit people's right to freedom of assembly. But unlike the members of different political parties, we believe that every right exists only when we use them, not because of his attachment to the paper.
Freedom is possible only when people are ready to defend. To uphold every day instead of once a month. Defend freedom and to implement the law in everyday life.
Liberty, equality, solidarity!

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