Irina Pleshchova, 26, is a leader of the pro-Putin “Nashi” movement. Her shirt reads ‘I Want Medvedev,’ referring to her support of the former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev
Apologies. I couldn’t resist.
Strange epidemic of provocative pictures coincides with last week’s blue moon
By Mikhail Klikushin | 08/03/15 10:00am
Some years ago, Helena Mironenko, 34, back then a middle-level government official, put a series of photos of herself online that caused uproar in her home city of Krasnoyarsk, the capital of a region three times bigger than France. On one of them, this young head of the Department for Cultural Mass Actions of the Krasnoyarsk Region Administration drinks alcohol from the big bottle sittin on the edge of a children’s sandbox in public park.
On another, happily smiling, she shows her middle finger to the viewers, displaying a nail manicured with the color of the October Revolution.
On the third…
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