I saw this coming! After being grilled all night Marina Ovsyannikova was only fined and released lest she become a MARTYR, like I depicted Miriam Starfish becoming in a chapter of my James Bond move ‘The Royal Janitor’. In my first chapter I have Annie get into a ring with Cian O’Shannity who is a take-off from the other sucker who appears with Tucker.
Annie was Victoria’s GO TO. Whenever she was in trouble, or, needed a hand. The Right-wing Christians called her the Anti-Christ ever since she knocked Cian O’Hannesy out of the ring that was built for their wrestling match. They built it under near the giant Ferris wheel, and tripled the price to get on it and watch their Jacob wrestle with a demonic fallen angel. Cian was the only human being Annie hated.
“Everyone of his opinions, is a hateful one! Even Hitler had a nice opinion, or two. I wish I could get that ‘Catholic Starver’ in a ring with me! I don’t fight fair. I fight to win!”
From her tug, Annie Zola ran her radio talkshow that was now syndicated all over the world. Kin Kong Fu loved it, and invited Annie to North Korea. Cian was the King of American Plot Radio. Everything was a UGLY PLOT. The uglier – the better. When he called Annie, ugly, and compared her to Tugboat Annie, Annie became curious as to who Cian was talking about. Then, she found her, her Weir. It was love at first sight. Annie owns the whole collection of Annie movies.
Thinking she could now best Cian in there ongoing War of Words, she thanked him for introducing to her Marie Dressler. That’s when the Ugly Child Starver went after her Hero – and Wallace Beary. He called him a fag, and Annie a lesbian. His Goon Squad of UtterLosers loved every minute of it. They made Ugly Annie cut-out masks, and wore them in Confederate Flage Waving parades. That’s when the challenge was made – and accepted. Annie had her supporters who waved ‘Ugly Is Beautiful’ signs, which made her wonder if the world was coming to an end.
Her most ferocious supporters were the Skinhead Nazis, and Racist Evangelicals who thought her play ‘White Woman’ was about the Rise of the Arian Race – again. Britain’s Black Panthers, who worshipped the infamous American movie, picketed ‘White Woman’ around the clock. There were violent clashes, of course. Annie showed up at the latest riot, and standing on the bed of an old truck with a megaphone, she shouted;
“WHO HAS SEEN MY PLAY? RAISE YOUR HANDS? WHO KNOWS WHAT IT IS ABOUT? WHO WANTS A FREE TICKET?”
“DEFEND YOURSELF. I’M GOING TO HIT YOU AS HARD AS I CAN IN THAT TIGHT SLIT YOU GOT FOR A MOUTH. I WANT TO SEE YOUR TEETH GO FLYING INTO THE THIRD ROW.”
When Annie saw O’Shannity’s eyes turn into two black pits of fear, and, as he looked in the corner for his agent who booked him for a good beat-down, Annie delivered an uppercut that knocked Cian over the ropes into a group of Beauty Queens that were texting away, and, didn’t see him coming. Cian, landed in their laps. Video shots were taken of Cian’s bloody mouth bleeding all over their Amanni dresses. Lawrers were called. The Starver of Little Children was……………..FINIS!”
“Starfish had full sympathy from her fellow spies. But, when she was lifted on the shoulder of the giant guards, and carried up the steps on their shoulder – like a cross – there was a collective gasp when her gold crucifix dangling from her neck, caught the setting sun!
“Martyr!” a Russian woman whispered. “Martyr!” the forty spies mumbled in concert. The fearless leader in Moscow, who was watching on T.V. said;
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov responded to Elon Musk’s surreal offer to fight President Vladimir Putin in single combat over the fate of Ukraine, arguing that Musk would face swift defeat.
Kadyrov, a top Putin ally who rules Russia’s quasi-autonomous Chechnya region, posted at length to say Putin would destroy Musk in a fight. “I would not advise you to compete with Putin,” he wrote on Telegram.
Russian State TV Can’t Get Enough of Putin Sycophant Tucker Carlson
Government-backed media in Russia have aired clips of the host pushing narratives that align with state propaganda
A Russian court has fined Marina Ovsyannikova 30,000 roubles (£215) for violating protest laws after she broke onto a live news broadcast on Channel One in an extraordinary demonstration against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The fine was a relatively light sentence for an act of protest that shocked Russian television viewers and earned plaudits from western leaders. Emmanuel Macron of France even offered her consular “protection” and said he would raise her case with Vladimir Putin.
In a legal twist, Ovsyannikova was fined not for breaking onto the Channel One set but for a video statement she made before the protest in which she said she was “ashamed” of having worked at Channel One and spreading “Kremlin propaganda”.
“These were indeed some of the hardest days of my life,” she told reporters following the short hearing. “I spent two days without sleep. I was questioned for more than 14 hours. They didn’t allow me to reach my family or give me any legal aid. I was in a fairly difficult position.” She also said she wasn’t surprised at her release because she had two children.
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Leaked Kremlin Memo to Russian Media: It Is “Essential” to Feature Tucker Carlson
The Russian government has pressed outlets to highlight the Fox host’s Putin-helping broadcasts.
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On March 3, as Russian military forces bombed Ukrainian cities as part of Vladimir Putin’s illegal invasion of his neighbor, the Kremlin sent out talking points to state-friendly media outlets with a request: Use more Tucker Carlson.
“It is essential to use as much as possible fragments of broadcasts of the popular Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who sharply criticizes the actions of the United States [and] NATO, their negative role in unleashing the conflict in Ukraine, [and] the defiantly provocative behavior from the leadership of the Western countries and NATO towards the Russian Federation and towards President Putin, personally,” advises the 12-page document written in Russian. It sums up Carlson’s position: “Russia is only protecting its interests and security.” The memo includes a quote from Carlson: “And how would the US behave if such a situation developed in neighboring Mexico or Canada?”
The document—titled “For Media and Commentators (recommendations for coverage of events as of 03.03)”—was produced, according to its metadata, at a Russian government agency called the Department of Information and Telecommunications Support, which is part of the Russian security apparatus. It was provided to Mother Jones by a contributor to a national Russian media outlet who asked not to be identified. The source said memos like this one have been regularly sent by Putin’s administration to media organizations during the war. Independent media outlets in Russia have been forced to shut down since the start of the conflict.
The journalist who crashed a Russian state-run news broadcast to protest the invasion of Ukraine says she was interrogated for 14 hours and denied access to her lawyer and was not able to contact her family.
Marina Ovsyannikova made the remarks at a brief news conference on Tuesday following an appearance in court. Kevin Rothrock, an editor at Meduza, an independent Russian and English-language news outlet, reports that Ovsyannikova was fined 30,000 (about $280) for inciting protests and released. Ovsyannikova says she will speak more on Wednesday after she gets some sleep.
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Ovsyannikova made her bold protest on a live evening newscast on Monday, appearing suddenly behind an anchor while holding a sign that read, “No War,” in English, followed by the following text, translated from Russian: “Stop the war. Don’t believe the propaganda. They are lying to you.” Ovsyannikova also appeared to be chanting, “Stop the war! No to war!” in Russian before the camera cut away from her.
According to tweets from Pavel Chikov, a Russian lawyer and human rights activist, Ovsyannikova was taken into custody by police in Moscow. Chikov also said Ovsyannikova’s lawyer will be Daniil Berman, attorney who was arrested himself in May 2020 for protesting against the use of force by the police on other lawyers in the Kabardino-Balkaria Republic; Berman has also represented P**** Riot member Maria Alekhina.
Prior to her live TV protest, Ovsyannikova recorded a video in which she said, “What is happening now in Ukraine is a crime. Russia is the aggressor and this aggression is one the conscience of only one person, and that person is Vladimir Putin. My father is Ukrainian and my mother is Russian, and they were never enemies.”
Ovsyannikova went on to express regret about her own contributions to Russian propaganda as an editor at Channel One, saying, “Now I am very ashamed of this. I’m ashamed I told lies from the television. Ashamed that I let them zombify the Russian people.”
Nodding to the Maidan Revolution in 2014, Ovsyannikova continued, “We were silent in 2014 when this was first starting. We didn’t go out to protests when the Kremlin poisoned [Russian opposition leader Alexei] Navalny. We were just onlookers in this inhumane regime. And now the world has turned away from us and the for ten future generations they won’t be able to wash away the shame of this fratricidal war.”
Ovsyannikova ended with a rallying cry, saying, “It is in our power to stop this lunacy. Go to protests, don’t be scared, they can’t detain us all.”
Russia has been cracking down on anti-war protestors, and Ovsyannikova will likely face stiff punishment for her action. Earlier this month, Russia passed a law that effectively made it illegal to speak out against the war in Ukraine, or even call it a “war” (Russia is referring to it as a “special military operation). Anyone who spreads “false information,” per The New York Times, could face up to 15 years in prison. To date, per the independent Russian human rights project OVD-Info, more than 14,000 people across Russia have been arrested for protesting the war in Ukraine since Feb. 24.