The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

Moscow had never seen such disorder as happened in 2002 following the Japan-Russia football match, where our country lost 1:0. The screen in Manezhnaya square showing the match was broken by bottles, people were breaking shop windows, and set fire to cars… 380 of them were finally detained.

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century

 

10 thoughts on “The Biggest Riot In Moscow Since the Beginning of the Century”

  1. Injuries,cars turned over,etc….Japanese-0…..Russia-200+(?)…Japan wins again!!!! Thats how they do it in the U.S. too….riot and tear their stuff up and injure themselves….counterproductive…..just work at winning the next time….

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  2. WTF!? Those are photos of several different riots that happened in 2002, 2010, and 2013 at least. Photos from 2010 and 2013 are from anti-caucasian riots.

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    • Photos #1 through #3 – 2002 football fans riot caused by russian football team loss to Japan at world cup.

      Photos #4 through #7 – 2010 football fans and nationalists demonstration caused by murder (more likely – an execution) of a russian football fan by caucasinas in Moscow.

      Photos #8, #10, #11 – 2013 riot caused by murder of a russian guy by a guest worker from Azerbaijan.

      Photos #9, #12 – 2012 demonstration against 2011 state parliament elections fraud and against Putin’s regime.

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  3. thank You for posting this. Main stream media in the west is doing its damndest not to put any news from Russia in any way on the front page or news at all.

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  4. “WE” should better stick our energy in WINNING or SOLVE problems. This riots are only effective if you bring them to the targets themselves, and be careful of your own house.

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