Well there’s a shocker.

Yahoo News:

  • Oligarch Leonid Nevzlin publicly renounced his Russian citizenship on Tuesday.
  • The former oil tycoon fled Russia almost 20 years ago, claiming political persecution by Putin.
  • He joins a handful of oligarchs breaking ranks to speak out against the Ukraine war.

Leonid Nevzlin, an oligarch and former oil tycoon, renounced his Russian citizenship in a Facebook post on Tuesday.

He joins a small but growing group of Russian elites breaking ranks to speak out against the war on Ukraine.

Britney way ahead of me on this one. I know there’s Finklethink in the air, but it’s getting harder and harder to not just flat out support Putin, friendship with (((Abramovich))) notwithstanding.

“Russian citizenship has become a stamp of shame which I no longer want to wear. Enough is enough,” Nevzlin wrote in the post. “I am against the war. I am against the occupation. I am against the genocide of the Ukrainian people.”

“I cannot afford to be a citizen of a country that kills children of other countries,” he continued.

And yet he remains a citizen of Israel, isn’t that funny. You may recall the jew ethnostate murdering 64 Palestinian Children just last May. So Nevzlin can in fact remain a citizen of a country that murders the children of other countries. I’m sure he very much enjoys that citizenship.

During the Yukos investigation, Nevzlin fled to Israel, claiming he was the victim of political persecution.

In 2008, Nevzlin was sentenced to life in prison for murder and financial crimes, charges which he has repeatedly denied. Israel has refused Russia’s extradition request.

So we have a murderous gangster jew, who relies on Israel, a country that “murders the children of other countries,” to not face the justice that he deserves. Boy, is he ever an unbiased source who we must all uncritically believe and support.

“I was one of the first to be hit by Putin. He threw my friends in jails, and killed some of them,” Nevzlin wrote. “Everything Putin touches dies.”

Pretty rich for a guy convicted of murder.

Khodorkovsky, his former business partner, is also an outspoken critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Last week, he told CNN that Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has “significantly reduced” his chances of remaining in power.

So two utter scumbags who parasatized off of the backs of the Russian Goyim don’t like Putin. Oh and they think his grasp on power is incredibly tenuous. You’d sort of think that a President, especially one so popular with the people as Putin would have a firmer grasp on power in the middle of a war. You’d think that, because it is that.

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