"M.... to war", the very explicit slogan of the public during a concert in Russia

At a concert by the Russian group Kis-Kis in Saint Petersburg on Friday, May 20, the public began to chant "Shit on the war", as a sign of opposition to the offensive led by Vladimir Putin in Ukraine reports Courrier International.

"M.... to war", the very explicit slogan of the public during a concert in Russia

At a concert by the Russian group Kis-Kis in Saint Petersburg on Friday, May 20, the public began to chant "Shit on the war", as a sign of opposition to the offensive led by Vladimir Putin in Ukraine reports Courrier International.

"Those who believe that all Russians support Putin are wrong," said Lioubov Sobol, a member of the Russian opposition. The relative of Alexeï Navalny, relayed on Twitter a video filmed during the concert of the Russian group Kis-Kis, in the A2 Green Concert. We hear “a large crowd” singing “Shit to the war”, reports Business Insider .

The same week, a Russian rock legend, Yury Shevchuk, had already been arrested after making anti-war remarks. "Fatherland, my friends, is not licking the president's ass, much less kissing him permanently," the DDT musician told a crowd of 8,000 in Perm, according to The Moscow Times. He would also have compared Vladimir Putin's offensive to "Napoleonic projects" worthy of a "local Julius Caesar".

Yury Shevchuk is a longtime opponent of Vladimir Putin. He did not hesitate to openly criticize the Russian president, notably during the annexation of Crimea in 2014. And it's not a detail, he supported the famous anti-Kremlin activists, Pussy Riot. These acts of resistance to power have an exorbitant price: the rocker, accused of "discrediting" the Russian army, risks a fine of up to 50,000 rubles or about 800 dollars...

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