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Russia’s List of “Enemies of the Motherland” includes Arnold Schwarzenegger and George Clooney

Russian media published a “Hit List of Enemies of the Motherland” with 57 names, confirmed by Igor Liski in Luhansk, a participant in the “Ukraine-Russia Dialogue Congress” last April.

Russian media published a “black list” of famous people who supported the Ukrainian government and the Ukrainian ATO forces fighting for the liberation of Donbas.

The complete list is as follows:

1) Andrei Makarevich (Mashyna Vremeni bans)

2) Alexei Navalny (opposition politician)

3) staff of “Echo of Moscow” radio station

4) collective channel: “Rain”

5) collective portal: Lenta.ru

6) Arnold Schwarzenegger (bodybuilder, actor, former California governor)

7) Ruslana (Ukrainian singer)

8) Yuri Shevchuk (DDT)

9) Nikita Dzhigurda (actor)

10) collective group “Okean Elzy”

11) collective group “Liapis Troubetzkoy”

12) Sergei Zverev (singer, stylist)

13) Deacon Kuraev (religious and social activist)

14) George Clooney (American actor)

15) Ksenia Sobchak (daughter of Anatoly Sobchak)

16) Victor Shenderovich (human rights activist)

17) Leah Akhedzhakova (actress)

18) Boris Nemtsov (opposition politician)

19) Boris Grebenshikov (poet, musician c. “Aquarium”)

20) Garik (Bulldog) Kharlamov (former KVNschik, actor)

21) Anna Sedokova (former member of the group VIA GRA)

22) Irina Khakamada (opposition politician)

23) Gelman (gallerist)

24) Jared Leto (American actor, singer)

25) Milla Jovovich (American actress)

26) Martin Gore (musician Depeche Mode)

27) Zemfira (singer)

28) Vera Brezhnev (Ukrainian singer)

29) Vladimir Zelensky (Ukrainian showman, artistic director and leader of the studio “Quarter-95”)

30) Natasha Koroleva (singer)

31) Mikhail Khodorkovsky (former co-owner and head of the oil company “Yukos”)

32) Bozena Rynska (journalist, columnist of the newspaper “Izvestia”, the portal “Times” magazine «GQ».)

33) team radio “Freedom”

34) team of the magazine Snob

35) Boris Akunin (writer)

36) Serge rapper

37) Alexander Nevzorov (former reporter, presenter, MP. Now – publicist)

38) Nikas Safronov (Artist)

39) team portal slon.ru

40) Garry Kasparov (chess, opposition)

41) Sasha Grey (former pornographic actress)

42) Belkovsky (Russian political scientist, sociologist and essayist)

43) Artemy Troitsky (rock journalist and music critic)

44) Activists of Femen (unregistered Ukrainian women’s movement)

45) The deputy Ilya Ponomarev

46) Diana Arbenina (singer, musician, leader of the rock group “Night Snipers”)

47), the group Scorpions

48) Evgeny Kiselev (Russian and Ukrainian journalist.)

49) Sofia Rotaru (singer)

50) Vakhtang Kikabidze (singer)

51) Mikhail Kasyanov (politician Prime Minister from 2000 to 2004.)

52) Madonna (American singer)

53) Michael Weller (writer)

54) Pavel Durov (founder of the social network VKontakte)

55) Andrew Bilzho (cartoonist, psychiatrist)

56) Anatoly Pashinin (actor)

57) Gleb Samoilov (former singer of the band “Agatha Christie”).

” [These are] Concerned people who make this world a better place! They certainly could keep silent, and for sure it would be even easier for them, but they have an active position simply because it can not be otherwise, because their concience tells them to act,” wrote on his Facebook page Luhansk politician Igor Liski.

[hr] glavcom.ua, translated by D. London and edited by Lisa Spencer

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