Navalny Is Dead.
Hе always said that Russia would be free. He did not live to see it.
February 16, 2024
“Do not give up. If this happened, it means we are incredibly strong at this moment, since they decided to kill me.
And we need to use this power.”
“If the worst happens to Alexei... Putin will have it on his conscience.”
“I want Putin, everyone around him, Putin’s friends, his government to know: for what they did to our country, to my family, to my husband, they will be held accountable. That day will come very soon.”
“This murder played out over three years, day after day.
And now it has been completed.

They killed Alexei after all, because they knew that he would never leave these murderers alone, he would never give up his cause. He understood this struggle as his work, as his duty; he said: that’s my job right now. He did his job until the end.”
“Navalny helped us find the faith we will need to survive the rule of those who took control of Russia – and to destroy whatever will remain of them. Our faith is in the future. Navalny’s faith was in the future.
That future depends only on us – on what we have done, what we are doing and what we do next. Navalny lived as a hero and died as a hero. He showed that even people with no power can transform the world.”
“Navalny emerged as a seminal and historical figure, embodying an unyielding anti-Putin political stance and representing the most substantial alternative to Putin's regime since 2000. His unmatched recognition, significance to the elites, and involvement in domestic politics distinguished him from any other opposition figure, cementing his status as an outstanding politician.”
“Navalny's death was only delayed - it did not happen by chance after the previous "election" in 2020, which was essentially an election to anoint an autocrat for eternal reign or still allow, albeit formally, the rotation of power.”
“Of all the opponents of Vladimir Putin, Navalny was, of course, the brightest and strongest personality. And, it appears, the only opponent whom Putin considered truly serious and - dangerous! And, it appears, the only one whom Putin never called by name - which was also recognition [of him]!”
“This is a monstrous tragedy for the family of Alexei Navalny;
this is a monstrous loss for Alexei’s associates, for those who knew him and for those who believed in him.

This, in my opinion, is also a monstrous loss for all of Russia, because Alexei represented a competitive, different path for the country we have in common. Alexei Navalny will be missed by all of us who supported him and who did not support him.”
“This is a political assassination of the opposition leader that was realized three years after the first attempt.”
“Who needs him? If they had wanted to, they would have finished him off.”
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