"I keep thinking about the gospel story with Navalny with his magical resurrection, his voluntary surrender to justice, and now the biblical preaching of truth and compassion ("unhappy Russia"), " the teacher and political scientist writes on his Facebook page.
"And after this last word, his foolishness with salt, cucumbers and ice cream in a prison cell becomes clearer - this is not a joke on the judge, this is already a genre of parable. Like Christ before Pilate, he abruptly changes the register and shows the meaninglessness of the court as such, the ridiculousness of the claims of power, talks not with Caesar, but with eternity.
And most importantly, he tells us the words that Christ often repeated to his disciples and that John Paul II uttered when he flew to Poland in 1979, immediately after his election as pope: do not be afraid!
This evangelical plot twist - unexpected, stunning, and utterly invincible-gives our stifling timelessness a historical dimension. Putin, did you want to talk to Gandhi? And try to talk to Navalny. Only weakly, I'm afraid."
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hot news - 23.02.21
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