Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
A flashmob in Komsomolsk (now called under “decommunization” – Horishni Plavni) was scheduled for December 18th, the participants had dated it to the day of Stalin’s birth. It was selected to the Soviet song “Komsomol volunteers and “Farewell of Slavyanka”…
The subsequent events are described according to a nationalist of “Right Sector”. It is impossible to convey their hatred of their own people and inhuman malice. They speak for themselves. Translated from Ukrainian. The style and phraseology of the author is retained.
“They planned to hold a rally, flashmob and sing songs from the Communist-Soviet era of the Russian Empire. The choice of date was selected (December 18th – the birthday of Stalin) and “songs” on that day were appropriate: “members of the Komsomol – volunteers”, “Farewell of Slavyanka”.
With the forces of caring citizens and support of ATO fighters, we didn’t allow the local “supporters of Putin” to bleat. At the sight of blood, with which the guys abundantly watered the Russian coven, the brave fighters for United Russia, forgetting the words of the song, ran away. It was explained to the remnants of the lovers of Soviet songs that their repertoire does not correspond to the realities of our city.
The most brainwashed singers of the choir of Soviet songs have been separately given an explaination that the words “Wherever we’d have been, Russia is with us”, “National shrine of Russia is waiting for victory”, “Respond, Orthodox army!”, “We will all stand boldly under banners and go in religious procession with prayer, for Russian right cause we’ll honestly shed Russian blood”, “Arise, Russia, from the slave bondage. The spirit of victory is calling, it’s time to fight!”, and “Good over the Moscow river”, during the war with Russia is not only not relevant but also harmful to their health.
As the treatment and prevention of diseases of acquired-in-Soviet inflammation of the brain, they could study Ukrainian history, culture and songs and so on. Well, as it turned out then, because of the comments of “witness Alex Marchenko”, their action was disrupted by “Right Sector”. It was said the corresponding visit cards were seen on the tree.”
The city Horishni Plavni until 2016 was called Komsomolsk. In 2016, May 19th, the government of Ukraine renamed the city for the purpose of de-communization to Horishni Plavni. The new name has no relationship to the city that was built by enthusiasts, pioneers-Komsomol. Many Ukrainian politicians and people are unhappy with the new name…
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