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This is the message Navalny left for the Russians in case he was killed or died in prison!

Alexei Navalny sent a message to the Russian people, in which case he was killed or died in prison, in the documentary "Navalny", shot in 2022 and which won the Oscar in 2023 for the best documentary.

In that message, Navalny said that Russians "must not give up" and that if he dies, it shows, in fact, "how strong" those who oppose Putin's dictatorship really are. "Listen to me, I have something very obvious to tell you," Navalny begins his message included in that documentary. You are not allowed to give up. If they decide to kill me, that means we are extremely strong."

"We have to use this power," Navalny added. "Let's not give up and remember that we are a formidable force that these bastards are trying to suppress." Putin's opponent added that the Russian people do not realize how powerful they are. "The only thing evil needs to triumph is for good people to do nothing," said Alexei Navalny. "So don't be idle."


Navalny died at the age of 47 in a penal colony in Siberia. The Federal Penitentiary Service of the Iamalo-Nenetia region wrote that Navalny "felt ill" after a walk on Friday and "almost immediately lost consciousness." A month ago, Navalny was telling the story of the conditions under which he is forced to stay in prison in this prison colony, in temperatures of -32 degrees Celsius.


"I had just come out of quarantine when I found that 'detainee Navalny refused to present himself according to regulations, did not respond to the educational task and did not draw the correct conclusions about his person.' 7 days in jail/Şizo", says the message published by Navalny on his X/Twitter account.

Navalny also presented in the post "a wonderful detail": that those in a regular prison cell planned the walk from the prison yard in the afternoon. "Even if we're talking about a polar night, it's still a few degrees warmer in the afternoon."On the contrary, for the prisoners the walk is scheduled at 06:30 in the morning. "11 steps from one wall to another (along) and another three steps from the other wall to the other (to the side) - who knows what movement, but at least it's something, so I choose to walk," said Navalny, who stated that, regardless of the weather, he prefers to do this routine. Walking through the prison yard in the morning is done in temperatures of about -32 degrees Celsius.

"The temperature never dropped below -32 degrees. Even so, you can walk for half an hour, but only if you hope to grow a new nose, ears and fingers.'

He even joked under these conditions: “Nothing is more refreshing than a walk in Yamalia at 6:30 in the morning. And what a cool breeze blows in the prison yard through the concrete walls. It's just - wow!”

Navalny added that he remembered the scene in the movie "The Revenant", where the character played by Leonardo DiCaprio takes refuge in the carcass of a dead horse to avoid dying of cold. “I don't think he would go here. He would freeze to death in 15 minutes. Here, you will need an elephant. A hot or roasted elephant. If you cut the belly of an elephant fresh from the oven and sneak in, it would keep you warm for a while," Alexei Navalny had said at the end of his message about the conditions in the Siberian prison colony where he was imprisoned.

Russian dissident Aleksei Navalnyi, 47, was held in the IK-3 prison colony in Harp, Yamalia-Nenets Autonomous Region. He was sentenced to 19 years in prison in August after being found guilty of creating an extremist community, financing extremist activities and several other crimes. Navalny had spent 273 days in prison so far.



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