> Are you accusing Levada of falsification?
Not at all. First of all, he is dead. I knew him personally, he was my friend’s father. A very nice honest man he was. Levada Center’s polls in no way contradict my claim that 20% of the votes that Putin was credited with, were falsified. Here is what the Economist writes:
It brings a tear to the eye
Mar 5th 2012, 10:27 by A.O. | MOSCOW
Vladimir Putin. Russia’s outgoing prime minister officially won more than 64% of the vote in yesterday’s presidential election. According to Golos, an election-observing organisation, Mr Putin’s real result was just over 50%.
Are you accusing Golos of falsification, honey? 🙂
Here is what you yourself wrote last year (sorry that your blog blocks more than one URL addresses):
Bold Predictions or Insane Ravings?
Posted on March 24, 2012
According to Boris Nemtsov and Sergei Udaltsov, the first week in May 2012 is going to be one of the most earth-shaking weeks in all of Russian history. If they are right, on May 6, the day before Putin is inaugurated, we will see a “March of Millions” in which several million people will throng the streets across Russia to protest election fraud by the Kremlin.
Are you accusing Golos and Nemstsov of falsification, honey? 🙂