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Video: Russian Online Presidential elections 2012

This is about an hour long video that Sveta and I made of us just surfing the webcams that were used to observe the Russian presidential election. I won’t go into details because it is so long and will be boring to many, but it is a uncut video of Svet and I looking for problems and or looking for interesting things to watch…

You will see cleaning ladies doing their job, people counting votes, people observing the count process, people falling asleep, people eating, people talking people working and people just being people. Most of the cams are in schools and that alone gives you the ability to see many Russian schools from the inside. You will spot foreign observers and many other things. The one thing that you will see is that people try to do what is correct and follow rules and regulations. People work together and communicate as a group…

I was impressed by what I saw and the video goes from the polling station in Moscow that Sveta voted at to Siberia to Kaliningrad and much more…

What the video does not show is an attempt at trying to defraud the system. I see a whole lot of honest people that deserve to be commended for working hard and diligently. Instead it seems to me that these good people are being slandered by the Western media as cheaters, scum and falsifiers…

That is just wrong and if you watch the video you will see. It has no sound and is boring because Sveta and I are jumping around the Russian country looking at various polling stations at random for the most part. You will see where we are at by the map that we use…

Russia deserves respect for making such an open election and people who try to degrade such an attempt are more guilty of the crime than Russia ever is…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!

PS: The video is located on our personal server because I do not trust YouTube to not block it. YouTube has destroyed lots of our videos. It will be a fast or slow loading according to how many people are trying to watch it. We do not have unlimited bandwidth so it is restricted somewhat. The start of the video is Sveta’s polling station and they are getting ready to start the count. The video freezes because the webcams freeze a lot, as webcams do all the time…

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