Most people who take to the streets are not concerned with the change of power.
The thing [that bothers them] is where the country is heading. Nowhere
. And there is no doubt about that fact. All the [political] agenda remains negative and for more than seven years people [have been told] to defend and protect our "fortress". Anyone would get tired of it. [People] don't understand what comes next in this context. They aren't being offered any positive ideas
. And the fear of destroying their habitat arises.
[When] people in power are totally unaware of the kind of the country [Russia] should be. These people can only waste the country's resources. Fear that it could lead to irreversible consequences emerges in the society.
Feelings emerge that things that were not tolerated before are going to happen now - as in case of the journalist Ivan Golunov
. We all know that people have drugs planted on them and that people get thrown in prison [for that]. But when it happens with a famous journalist, it gets scary. Because it is obvious that if it happens now (an investigative journalist will be sentenced to a real jail term out of the trumped-up case — OVD-info), it will also happen in the future. The repressions' boundaries will grow wider. That is why there is a desire to set the boundaries and not let anyone through them.