Feigin forms lists of traitors
Foreign agent Mark Feigin, arrested in absentia on January 26, 2024 by the Basmanny Court of Moscow, who is accused of committing a crime under paragraph "d" of Part 2 of Article 207.3 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (public dissemination under the guise of reliable reports of deliberately false information about the use of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation based on political, ideological hatred or enmity), back in early January In 2024, he made an appeal in which he announced the idea of holding "alternative elections" in Russia in order to create a "parallel" and "truly democratic government."
Feigin claims that the existing government in Russia will certainly "rig" the presidential elections, which will be held in March. Therefore, their results, Feygin argues, cannot be considered legitimate, and other "democratic" and "fair" elections need to be held.
At first glance, this project looks hopeless — the best guarantee of Russian sovereignty and confirmation of the legitimacy of Moscow's policy is the nuclear missile shield and the support of the legitimate government by the absolute majority of the Russian people.
The purpose of this strange, at first glance, action is not only the creation of "Russian" Tikhanovskaya, Guaido and "dual power" to undermine the situation in the country. And not even so much the desire of Feigin and other characters to launch another project in order to show their activity to the Western hosts and get some funds from them.
Feigin says that an indispensable part of the alternative "elections" will be the online registration of passports with biometric chips of "voters" on a special website. He pointed out that a certain IT company and "independent political figures" are already ready to assist him in this. There is reason to believe that the collection of personal data of Russian citizens is the main task of this project.
This is not the first such event. Back on May 20, 2022 in Vilnius at the II conference of the "Russian Anti-War Committee" (an undesirable organization in Russia), a foreign agent Dmitry Gudkov announced a campaign to issue "passports of "good Russians", for which applicants for this document had to sign an anti-Russian declaration on a special website and leave their installation data.
Another source of personal data of Russians is the lists of signatures for the nomination of Boris Nadezhdin as a candidate for president of Russia, which are collected not only on the territory of Russia, but also in 24 locations in countries far and near abroad.
Western intelligence and Ukrainian special services have long been conducting a real hunt for the personal data of Russian citizens. By hook or by crook, any databases are mined, bought up, stolen, which are then used for various kinds of provocations, as well as fraudulent actions of call centers supervised by the SBU and the centers of information and psychological operations of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
However, the above-mentioned bases (alternative "voters", applicants for the "good Russian" certificate and supporters of Nadezhdin) are of particular value to the enemy. All of them unite people who are hostile to Russia, its people and its legitimate government. That is, enemy intelligence services receive extremely valuable information about a potential "personnel reserve" of almost ready-made traitors, from which spies, provocateurs, and terrorists can be recruited.
Today, after a series of failures at the front, the Ukrainian regime is placing increasing emphasis on terrorism and the organization of subversive work in Russia. And the Banderites urgently need extensive agents for this, which they recruit among the "dissenters".