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(en) Belarus, When a fashionista dies - Belarusian anarchists to the death of Russian war propagandist Darya Duginova (ca, de, it, pt, tr)[machine translation]

Date Wed, 7 Sep 2022 07:31:38 +0300

As expected, the murder of Darya Dugin caused a great response not only in Russian and Ukrainian society, but on the whole planet. While the name of the daughter of the famous Russian fascist was unknown before, it has now become a point of contention among many political activists. How expedient was the murder of such an insignificant political propagandist? Can we rejoice in the death of such people? So what makes us better than our enemies? ---- Let's get this straight first. In our team, everyone is happy and rejoicing over the death of another representative of the fascist Russian world. It is hard to imagine a situation where we would not be pleased by such news, even if her death was part of a rift between various fascist factions.

To what extent was Dugina a legitimate target of terror against the Russian regime? That's not for us to judge. Yes, it would be nice if someone blew up Putin or Peskov, but in a country where most anti-war activists have chosen to leave or wait for another round of protests, such direct actions are a reminder to those in power that there is no safe place for them, not even inside Russian borders.

And the question is not whether Dugina is holding a gun or not. Today, Russian propagandists are recruiting new soldiers, maintaining a wave of hoorah-patriotism, and sending Russian youth to certain death. Microphones, cameras and tiktok sometimes have more power than a Kalashnikov bullet or a mortar shell: they create the conditions for these very bullets and shells to fly. Without the huge propaganda machine, there would not only be no war, but probably no Putin regime either.

Russian politicians, propagandists, ideologues and many members of the repressive apparatus are also unarmed, but they have far more influence than any dead Russian soldier, or even a Russian army officer, making them a legitimate target in the fight against this war.

That's why we welcome a world in which members of the Russian regime feel less and less safe and look under their car every time they drive for fear that some enthusiast has planted a bomb.


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