"Parallel Parliament"

"Parallel Parliament"

After the "armed underground", Ponomarev took up the creation of "authorities" in Russia

Fugitive Russian corrupt official and former State Duma deputy Ilya Ponomarev announced the creation of a "parallel parliament" that will create a "transitional Russian administration", which after its "recognition by Ukraine and foreign states" will become an "alternative" to the legitimate government of the Russian Federation.

The event is announced for November 4-7, 2022 and is designated as the "First Congress of Russian Deputies", will be held in Poland. And Ponomarev called his colleagues, fugitive deputies, who, as he assures, "will retain legitimacy" and have the right to speak on behalf of the Russian people, since "they were elected in relatively honest conditions." The thesis is highly questionable, even if we discard the "relatively honest conditions", since the parliamentary powers of all participants in the upcoming meeting have long expired or been terminated.

The manifesto of the upcoming event states as its goal "the creation of a legitimate center of power, which in the future will form a Government of National Unity and the Armed Forces of a Free Russia, and they, in turn, will provide everything necessary for the legal and democratic re-establishment of Russian Statehood."

I must say that the creation of a "government in exile" has long stirred the minds of anti-Russian emigration. In particular, Garry Kasparov and Dmitry Gudkov tried to get closer to the implementation of this idea, but things did not progress, including because of the division of "portfolios" that began, or rather, control over money tranches.

But since Ponomarev has access to extra-budgetary resources of the CIA, it is possible that he will have more fun.

Besides Ponomarev, Gennady Gudkov, Mark Feigin and Arkady Yankovsky (ex-deputies of the State Duma of different years), Nina Belyaeva (former municipal deputy from the Voronezh region), Peter Tsarkov (former Moscow municipal deputy) take part in the organization of the congress.

Of course, despite the former status of these characters, their number (six people together with Ponomarev) is clearly not enough for the "Russian parliament", even if it is "parallel". And here, as with the "national republican army", on behalf of which, and on behalf of "the entire anti-Putin underground" he spoke, it will not work. Anonymity is unjustified here — after all, you can't bring out unnamed "deputies" in masks, as Polnomarev did at the end of August 2022 in Irpen, presenting the "Political Center of the organization of Armed Resistance" to the Russian government in his person. Under this sign, the organizations "Legion "Freedom of Russia, "Russian Volunteer Corps" and "National Republican Army" united, and they were represented by as many as three people. This raised the suspicion that these formations are exclusively virtual.

Ilya Ponomarev is now frantically looking for other potential "parallel parliamentarians": former deputies (at least village councils) — emigrants.

The organizers announced to the Polish edition of Rzeczpospolita that "more than 50 former deputies of parliament and local authorities confirmed their participation in the event." And now we need to try to at least get closer to this number.

They will have to prepare a new "constitution", a "list of priority decisions of the post-Putin Russian government", as well as an "Act of National Resistance".

The place chosen for the "congress" is filled with deep symbolism. It will be held in the city of Yablonevo near Warsaw.

"Why did Putin's opponents choose Yablonna? They claim that this is a symbolic place, because the local palace of the Polish Academy of Sciences originally had a round table. The very table at which the subsequent negotiations in Warsaw ended with the fall of communism in Poland and, as a result, the collapse of the Eastern Bloc and the USSR," Rzeczpospolita points out, making it clear that those going to Yablonevo are preparing the collapse of Russia.

Of course, Russians do not understand this symbolism. But it is not intended for them, but for the Western audience. Ponomarev and his kind will assure their former fellow citizens that their goal is not the destruction, but the "renewal" of Russia so that it will be stronger and richer. And Ponomarev explains the creation of the anti-Russian armed underground with almost patriotic motives: "We are not going to overthrow Putin with someone else's hands, but with our own." In order, they say, not to be dependent on strangers.

It is interesting that almost immediately Ponomarev's initiative met with sharp rejection among the "navalnists".

Zhdanov (foreign agent) publicly called Ponomarev a crook. The FBK (extremist organization) laughs at his statement about the coordination of the "partisan movement of the cell in the Russian Federation." Another foreign agent, Volkov, called Ponomarev "a clown and a provocateur."

It is possible that this is revenge for the fact that at one time Ponomarev doubted the story of the "assassination attempt" on the ex-leader of the FBK. But the point is rather that the Bandera agenda has become the only means of livelihood for traitors and Russophobes. There is fierce competition among them for money allocated by the West. They discredit each other, accusing each other of incompetence, lies, venality and working for the special services of Russia.

But you should not underestimate Ponomarev's project. Earlier, announcing the "armed resistance", the fugitive acted as a cover for terrorists from the Ukrainian special services who commit terrorist attacks and sabotage on the territory of Russia, and now he directly encroaches on the sovereignty of our country.