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Written by Андрей Сергеев, Светлана Губарева   
Воскресенье, 13 Май 2012

Задержание на Дворцовой площади в Санкт-Петербурге

While browsing the Internet, we accidentally came across a picture of an elderly woman holding a sign dedicated to ‘Nord-Ost’. We were moved by both the sign, and the person holding it.

We wished to know more about this person, and as a result of searches of Live Journal, we learned that this elderly woman is a survivor of the Leningrad Blockade, a teacher, and draws her own posters.

Her political leanings are Democrat, and on every 31st of the month, as well on as other days, she walks along Nevsky Prospect with her signs, and often stands with her posters in front of Saint Petersburg’s large exhibition and shopping center, Gostiny Dvor.

On the evening of May 6th she was at Gostiny Dvor, holding up two signs, with two more on the sidewalk next to her. The police simply walked on by, and no one bothered her. The next day, however, she was again at Gostiny Dvor, and was arrested for some reason, but the police chief ordered her released, because: “I won’t holding a Blockade survivor here!” Later she moved her demonstration to St. Isaac’s Square, and stood by Tsar Nikolai’s monument with a sign protesting Putin’s inauguration.

В руках блокадницы плакат, посвященный
В руках блокадницы плакат, посвященный памяти жертв теракта


С плакатом, на котором перечислены трагедии времен президенства Путина


We cannot go and thank this person for remembering and for empathizing, traits that are sorely lacking in this cruel world. It is doubtful that she ever visits this website, but we would really like it if someone were to tell her of our gratitude.


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