25 years ago a gang of the Communist Party apparatchiks, enemies of people and traitors working for the foreign governments, got together, signed anti Constitutional Belavezha Accords and broke apart Russia, country that our people built and defended for centuries. They forced tens of millions people into territories illegally carved from Russia and separated by artificial borders, languages, and made up laws. These territories were immediately occupied by NATO armies,
It’s almost impossible to explain to people who didn’t grew up in the Soviet Union, or in the 90s, how truly these songs bring people together. Performed by the Russian people living under an occupation by our historical enemies, these songs bring tears even to my eyes. Even though, I am not a sentimental person. A serious campaigns in mass media is on its way to discredit this singing movement.
Flash mobs performing Soviet Patriotic songs across Ukraine It’s all started in Zaporozhye with a song Spring on Zarechnaya street on November 13th. Next, it was a Soviet song Old Maple in Kharkov on November 21st. On November 27th 2016, people of Odessa came to the central train station to sing together Smuglyanka-Moldovanka And… On the same day November 27th, inside the Kievskaya train station in Moscow a group performed
Following the November 13th vocalists of the Zaporozhye musical College of Mayboroda performance the hit song from beloved by millions classic film “Spring on Zarechnaya street” The Soviet song flash mob went on this time on the opposite part of the country in Kharkov with a performance of the song Old maple [ Stariy Klion (Старый клен) ] No matter how intensely and mercilessly people living in the occupied