(don't miss the pictures... http://pussy-riot.livejournal.com/33955.html)

We have repeatedly urged all interested people to form their own groups, to put on balaclavas and spread our ideas in order to continue the fight and resist the increasingly growing chauvinistic regime.
And now, as we struggle against the system in the courts and prisons, and thus do not have the opportunity to perform new actions, a group of anonymous activists presented a gift to us - by releasing a music video with a song about Sechin! We are delighted, as our movement grows, there are constantly more interesting support actions coming up.
We welcome in all respects all activities directed against Putin and Sechin. And even if their music is far away from the philosophy of punk, just look at how bright and bold their caustic colors look in the Russian steppes in the context of a post-apocalyptic landscape!
We are proud that in our country so stubborn people firmly facing the nomadic circumstances could be found. With big power they rush up rusty fences, take possession of abandoned oil facilities, eagerly swing punk-feminist flags, fiercely resist the danger and storm the silent emptiness.
Special excitement causes their special love for Rosneft and the portraits of secondary leaders.
Of course, all this is more than wonderful. Of course we support wholeheartedly and completely their selfless struggle against the Putin regime.
But for those who might mistakenly confuse their activist initiative with the activities of the group Pussy Riot, we want to remind you once again of our ideological principles and our unchanged concept:
Anonymity
Anonymity - this is no joke, and it does not mean that every hairy man wearing a balaclava and sing chansons with a bottle of beer on the balcony can at the same time believe, he was Pussy Riot. Or any hairy guy can command girls who are far removed from feminism, what they should do?
We cover our faces in protest against the commercial use of the female body in contemporary culture. And even more we are outraged by the physical exploitation of the female body and female labour, all the more when women are hired as heteronormative avatars and directed by an invisible joystick.
The anonymity allows us to avoid putting a focus on specific personalities. We are against any authoritarian leadership and prefer a vertical power structure.
We are convinced that biographical data are not important: old merits for the fatherland, the social and financial status, education and age, and certainly the physical appearance can not result in someone being chosen as a leader. Whatever happens, under no circumstances is one member higher or more important than any other member. Anonymity in this case is important for us as an integral part of our horizontal structure and leftist ideology.
But that does not mean that the personality of an individual member is not important for us. The group Pussy Riot is a closely-knit team, consisting of prominent individuals, each of which makes its essential contribution to the cause. We are all different, and we appreciate each one.
We do not replace people like cogs in a system. And we will fight for our freedom and our rights until the end!
We have absolutely nothing against any form of protest, and are uncompromising on the active support of our friends Nadia and Masha.
But those who want to help us, may not take possession of our ideas in order to pervert them from inside and then chase us out of the group using our openness and anonymity as an argument. We are disgusted by the authoritarian ideology of extortion, the pressure, the manipulation of names and letters of people who are already suffering so much under difficult conditions of suppression of their free will and living in a situation of informational isolation.
If the new group is able to copy all that what we have created in a better way, we will welcome them joyfully.
Always remaining
the anonymous members of the group Pussy Riot.