Russia: Fine for anti-war flavored donuts

Russia: Fine for anti-war flavored donuts

A Moscow court on Friday fined a pastry chef $593 (35,000 rubles) for decorating cakes with anti-war messages.

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Obviously, the Russian military found this pastry to be of poor taste.

Le Figaro reported that the state states that Anastasia Chernychev “discredited” the armed forces.

Chernysheva’s cakes caught the attention of the authorities, after an article was published last January by pro-Russian media denouncing the situation.

On her Instagram account, which is now private and has nearly 30,000 followers, she posted a picture of a cake with the following message (in Russian): “No to war”.

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022, she has published many posts of a political nature, according to Le Figaro.

The Russian state condemns fines or even imprisonment to anyone who dares to violate the recommended discourse.

Several hundred people, including Alexei Navalny, Ivan Gershkovich and Vladimir Kara-Murza, suffered the grave consequences of this repression.

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