In the video you can see the main fakes of Russian propaganda in recent years
Ukrainian rapper Freel has released the third single from their forthcoming album “Flash”. The track is called “What have the Ukrainians” – is an ironic story about the Russian scientist and scholar, who every day on television showed the horrors allegedly taking place in Ukraine. The hero of the song does not stand up, packs her things, takes textbooks and dictionaries, and goes to Donbass, to save Russian language, which, as he said from the screen, they oppress. Upon arriving, he discovers that all is not quite what he thought.
“The information war time is as important as the real, with guns and mortars. In the information we don’t always win – and I decided to contribute”, says Freel.
Highlight video in the running line under a burning Kremlin. It lists the most famous, the most egregious and ridiculous fakes of Russian propaganda since the spring of 2014. There are “boy in panties” and “two slaves”, and salt in the bus, and seniors who take the bread out of pigeons, etc.
Caution! In this clip, there is profanity:
“This video – more contemporary art, a kind of action than the clip. The Kremlin here – as a symbol of the Putin regime. This is the answer to the Russian propaganda – in the frame there is only one, but very important event, a dream though not all, but many Ukrainians, who hope the regime will self-destruct,” explains Freel.
We will remind, last week the author released a lyric video for the song “Flash”.
Born on July 18, 1950, in Athens, Greece, Lisa Flanders went on to study economics at the University of Cambridge, eventually moving to the United States. She was a conservative commentator before switching to liberal politics and started the Web site TheKoztimes.com