Communists and Fair Russia Parties have separated from the Extremist…

The “March of Millions” in Russia just lost its backbone and it all has to do with the proven fact that extremists are behind the “March of Millions…”

Western backed political parties are simply not the communist way and after it has been proven that Western money is behind all the uprising in Russia, Fair Russia and the Communist party has politely pushed aside radical groups that do not have anything good for Russia, except the demise of Russia…

The Communist want their protests to center around NATO and the World Trade Organization and other such destructive Western driven agendas…

This is a smart move by the Communists and many others, its time to concentrate on the real issues here, and let the extremists, who are hell bent on destruction as now called foreign agents be increasingly isolated and demoralized. People want an evolving, improved and strong Russia. The Communists are laying out their plans and that is exactly what is needed, they may need to evolve themselves into something more favorable to gain chances with the electorate in Russia. However, that is a sincere journey that they have to take on their own, if they want to represent a genuine alternative to what is in power now. Their other alternative is to be used by the destructive forces and then be thrown away as they get used as useful fools. But they seem (hopefully) way to smart to let that happen…

I have been waiting for this too happen, as I remember stating that we seem to be having conflicting forces trying to coincide together at these rallies. The rallies always were mismanaged and unorganized. You had two distinct feelings going on at the rallies and never a unified feeling…

Now you understand why, but you may not like the fact that the Communist saw the writing on the wall…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

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