Below is our translation of an article from the Russian publication Rambler with commentary and notes [in brackets] by Vince Dhimos. It is astounding that the US has sent at least 3 NGOs into Russia for the purpose of meddling in Russian elections and that their influence is still felt throughout the country, whilst US Democrats and their allies in Congress continue to wring their hands over “Russian meddling” in US elections based on accusations that a Russian non-government internet forum spread well-founded but uncomfortable stories about Hillary that may have reached US audiences prior to the last presidential elections.So a mere internet campaign that very few Americans have ever heard of is an unpardonable sin but a US-based hands-on campaign to oust the Russian government is just fine and dandy.
Here we have US-based organizations running all over Russia buttonholing citizens and haranguing for a change that very few want, telling the Russians, whose president has brought them unprecedented economic growth, prosperity and the lowest debt in any industrial country (as shown here) in record time (even as the US debt balloons uncontrollably), need a change, whilst in the US, there are groups in hysterics over the fact that Russia is allowed to spread its own viewpoint in the world. And note that these American meddling NGOs in Russia claim that they are supporting democracy, freedom and human rights. Remember that these are representatives of the US Establishment, which has so far killed at least a million innocent souls in numerous countries around the globe simply for being residents of countries whose leaders disagree with US policies, notably, the US banking system, and slapping sanctions on these people that bring them to the brink of starvation and deny them medical care, and these same groups claim they are promoting what? Human rights.
Well, the Russian government, which is still sovereign, has the right to protect itself and has banned these meddling US NGOs, and you may read of activists arrested for attempts to overthrow the democratically elected Russian government as these elections grow near. Of course, we can expect howls of outrage in the Exceptionally Free and Indispensably Democratic USA if this happens. Yet there is a Russian lady sitting in jail at this writing, whose only "crime" is becoming an active member of the NRA, which was happy to have her participate. Oh, that's right. When anyone else joins the NRA, we say they have "joined," but when a Russian does it, it's called "infiltrating" and they are jailed! It may sound a bit harsh perhaps? But yet we must remember that depriving Russians of freedom is American "democracy" and "freedom" in action.
Report presented on US interference in the affairs of Russia
The head of the Federation Council Commission for the protection of state sovereignty, Andrei Klimov, presented a report on US interference in the sovereign affairs of Russia, RIA Novosti reports. According to him, Washington is trying to achieve its goals with the support of political activists, by funding the opposition.
"The United States continues to conduct unlawful interference by providing pro-Western anti-Russian forces with extensive political, organizational, methodological and informational support," the report says.
Klimov noted that the above activities are coordinated by the US State Department under the guise of "the struggle for democracy in Russia." At the same time, according to the head of the Commission of the Federation Council, political activists prepared by Washington are preparing to put their knowledge into practice. As an example, Klimov cited a seminar in Helsinki held at the beginning of 2019, organized by an undesirable organization in the Russian Federation - the American NDI [National Democratic Institute] Foundation.
“Ten residents of St. Petersburg were present as audiors, planning to participate in the municipal elections in September (all members of the Open Russia movement),” Klimov said. [Open Russia is a Soros Foundation: https://helenaglass.net/tag/open-russia-kissinger-and-rothschild/]
According to the data in the report, three organizations associated with Open Russia have been recognized as undesirable in Russia: the London branch of the organization, the Open Russia public network movement, and the American Institute of Modern Russia — all of them were shown to have foreign financing for political activities in the Russian Federation.
Klimov also noted the holding of a forum of young political leaders in Montenegro.
“Young politically active and opposition-minded citizens of the Russian Federation took part in it,” the report says.
As a result, after the announced report, it was decided to conduct a more thorough study of the problem, taking into account the upcoming regional elections in September. As a result, it is planned to develop a strategy for ensuring electoral sovereignty.