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Subject Marxist spouting Pussy Riot girls hawking Guess boots, American Apparel blouses and thanking their "cool capitalist friends"
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Original Message As many have noted all along this is a fake punk band sponsored and promoted by sugar daddies Soros and TPTB. Now it's pretty obvious. Their "punk prayer" performance (ie, stunt cleverly staged by a non-musical political collective) and subsequent story are about as credible as the Kony 2012 campaign and balloon boy.

Last time I looked they were revolutionaries with clenched fists preaching Karl Marx, Feuerbach, and wearing "no pasarán" t-shirts (Spanish communist party slogan). Now they're dolled up starlets sporting glam makeovers and openly praising their western corporate sponsors for supplying them with material goodies. Notice that almost all mainstream outlets are suspiciously quiet about this and still spinning the fake story line that these are punk rockers yearning to be free. They're not even musicians for godsakes.

[link to blogs.wsj.com]

"Ms. Tolokonnikova, the 24-year-old, sable-eyed, brunette member of the group, is featured in nine photos on the site of Trends for Friends Brands under the heading “Beautiful and Free.” In the pictures she is wearing American Apparel blouses, Guess boots, Evil Twin jeans and trousers from Sister Jane, among others.

On Tuesday, Ms. Tolokonnikova posted a link to the spread on her Facebook page with the note: “My cool capitalist friends, Trend Brands, supplied me with clothes during the long days at penal colonies where the internal regulations allowed me to freely wear clothes brought by relatives.”
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