Debates: Leonid Volkov and Maxim Kats on Dealing with Silent Individuals

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TLDR It is important to address the silence and support of individuals who back Putin's regime, and to take action through communication, investigations, and monitoring to make Putin's life difficult and ultimately defeat his regime.

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    The discussion on attitudes towards those who are silent not only holds theoretical value but also has practical significance in the foreseeable future.
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    The discussion highlights the importance of holding individuals accountable for their actions and the potential impact of public pressure and sanctions on their behavior.
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    Engaging in conversations and exchanging opinions with current or former political elites could be a good approach to convince them to speak out or soften their stance on certain issues, leading to a great achievement.
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    The need to focus on engaging and persuading ordinary people who support the war and remain silent, as their doubt and resistance can save lives and contribute to a shift in the political situation.
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    The speaker criticizes the double standards and hypocrisy of the international community in demanding athletes to condemn war while allowing certain individuals to obtain residence permits in other countries.
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    The speaker emphasizes the importance of ending the war and defeating Putin as the best way to help Russians who have been affected by the war, rather than focusing on other decisions that may require time and money.
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    The speaker suggests that certain individuals, such as Ksenia Sobchak and Anatoly Chubais, have played significant roles in Russian politics and should be held accountable for their actions.
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    The debate between Leonid Volkov and Maxim Katz highlights the double standards and lack of willingness to participate in tribunals, with both sides accusing each other of not listening to criticism and banning dissenting voices.

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    The debate discusses how to treat those who are silent, using the case of Isinbayeva as an example, and explores different perspectives on this issue from a pragmatic and moral standpoint, with a focus on the importance of addressing the silence of individuals in the opposition and their potential impact on the future.
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    People who remain silent and support Putin should be confronted and shown that they can act differently, with Isinbayeva being criticized for not acknowledging her role in supporting Putin and causing damage to Russia's interests.
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    The speaker questions the arbitrary inclusion of individuals in an investigation, discusses the importance of evidence and impact of their work, and raises questions about supporting or criticizing Alexey Navalny.
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    The speaker discusses the importance of remaining silent to avoid negative consequences, suggests helping those in need instead of condemning others, and using resources to make Putin's life difficult through conversations, investigations, and monitoring.
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    The speaker criticizes the double standards of authorities, emphasizes the need to address problems faced by Russian immigrants in Europe, and discusses the importance of prioritizing resources to solve Russia's problems and defeat Putin's regime.
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    It is important to silence and distance those who do not support Putin in order to stop their support for the war, but there is no tool to implement threats, and the speaker discusses the responsibility of Leonid Volkov in relation to FBK and his involvement in activities that led to people being jailed.
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    The speaker emphasizes the importance of communication and unity among opposition forces, criticizing the defense of individuals criticized by FBK and advocating for a clear and direct approach to achieve effective results in political campaigns and investigations.
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    The speaker argues for focusing on specific projects and measurable goals rather than uniting for the sake of unity, discussing the need for situational associations and a coordinating council, and addressing criticism and support for FBK's strategy in the face of Putin's state discouragement of participation and dislike of questioning.
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