Диалог наций.Право народов на самоопределение и построение многополярного мира.
Published on Sep 21, 2015 (Sinkin introduced at 32:45 mark)
Russian anti-globalization movement has organized a press conference of countries which for many years trying to achieve independence, which was attended by representatives of more than a dozen different regions - from the national sovereign state Borinquen (Puerto Rico) to the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. Delegates discussed the current situation with representatives arrived from New Russia, as well as with other members of Congress.
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From Russia Direct, October 2, 2015
...(Moscow's) President Hotel hosted another forum, this time for separatists from around the world, from Hawaii to Catalonia. Among them were “reputed” separatists from Northern Ireland’s nationalist republican party Sinn Fein and the party “Catalan Solidarity for Independence,” plus lesser known “strugglers against oppression.”
One of the most exotic and weird guests, and the main object of press attention, was Lanny Sinkin, who identifies himself as a representative of the “Independent Sovereign State of Hawaii” and “adviser to King Edmund Keli’i Silva, Jr.” In late 2014 he moved to Honolulu to help restore the monarchy in the 50th American state to secede from the U.S.
The self-proclaimed envoy of the Hawaiians had the rapt attention of the eclectic separatist throng, which included a Northern Irish skinhead with arms tattooed up to the shoulder, an African in a baseball cap topped with sunglasses representing the Pan-African international movement “Uhuru,” and a brawny type in a camouflage jacket with a “Novorossiya” stripe on the sleeve, to mention just a few.
“I’ve never seen so many freaks gathered together in one place,” commented Russian documentary maker Beate Bubenec.
Who funded this coven of separatists? According to Russian news agency RBC, the conference was allocated 2 million rubles of public money (almost $ 31,000 at today's currency rate) under the Kremlin-sponsored national endowment for military-patriotic projects and activities, set up by Russian President Vladimir Putin in 1999. As Sinkin admits, he knew nothing about the forum until four days before the start. He received a call, was given some money, and happily came to Moscow....
read ... Given Some Money
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