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My Beautiful Family
before our lives have been destroyed.
This is I and my Family.
Well, before our lives have been destroyed.
I was born and lived until the age of 24 in Russia. Blissfully, I had no idea what violence is. No one in my surroundings acted violent. I was not subjected to even any TV-violence – I strongly disliked it and avoided it. I was lucky because I never had any experience whatsoever with the police or courts in Russia.
It all changed when I came to the US.
The most painful and devastating experience is not being attacked, violated, and continue living with injuries and that experience. The most horrific part is being unlawfully, repeatedly, and maliciously denied access to justice.
The deprivation of constitutional rights under color of law on account of one’s alienage or national origin is a criminal offense, as provided by 18 U.S.C. § 242, but that does not stop public officials that were hired to supposedly enforce the laws.
In this substack, I chronicle my experiences with corrupt governments. To me, those experiences are mind-blowing because they show that the criminals coordinate their efforts across all agencies, boards, courts, and other establishments, including private sector such as “doctors,” “lawyers,” and “journalists.” The entire “legal” or “justice” system is a total sham, and all laws are “applied” and “interpreted” in a discriminatory and selective manner.
With that realization, I also analyze propaganda; falsehoods, promoted by a controlled opposition – the government agents that purport to be fighting the system and leading the masses of opposition; and various peculiarities, inconsistencies, and hypocrisy in the narratives of supposed “contrarians.”
I started this substack because I am a proponent of transparency, justice, and equal rights under the law. The First Amendment “enable(s) every citizen at any time to bring the government and any person in authority to the bar of public opinion by any just criticism upon their conduct in the exercise of the authority which the people have conferred upon them.” Elrod v. Burns, 427 U.S. 347, 374 n.29 (1976).
In this country of totalitarian censorship and endless propaganda, this is my effort of exposing corruption, deception, and false narratives.
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