Kadyrov read out a poem dedicated to Ukraine. It says that the country is “ruled by a mask of false goodness”, and Ukraine is also invited to “call your sons so that today, as once, they take Kyiv with us again”
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, read out a poem addressed to Ukraine. He published the video on Telegram.
The poem begins like this:
«Ukraine, Ukraine, what is the catch?
You are beautiful and naive in the ruins of epochs.
And now you are ruled by a mask of false goodness
Those who burned Taras Bulba on the rapids near the Dnieper.
In the verses that Kadyrov reads for more than two minutes, the lyrical hero tells that he sees in Ukraine those who “following Hetman Mazepa sold Russia to the Swedes”, rubles". In addition to them, “freaks in SS uniforms” scurry around the country, as well as “Bandera demons”.
Then the lyrical hero invites Ukraine to “call their sons, so that today, as once, they take Kyiv with us again.” He recalls how peoples fought together during the Second World War, and at the same time adds that they “knew” There is only one Motherland.
In the poem, the ring composition— it ends almost the same as it started:
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«Ukraine, Ukraine , what's the catch after all?
What a pity that you are naive on the ruins of epochs».
In his post, the head of Chechnya also asked himself questions: “Are we going to forget that we speak fraternal languages? Do we really believe that the West cares about any of us?»
In March, Kadyrov addressed Ukrainian politicians and journalists in verse. “They don’t like, the artists, my big and powerful don. Everyone ran like rats, Goncharenko and Gordon, — those verses began.
Other Russian politicians also addressed their opponents in verse. Head of Roskosmos Dmitry Rogozin addressed the West with the poem “Scythians” Alexander Blok, and Deputy Head of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev decided to use the poem “To the Slanderers of Russia” for this purpose. Alexander Pushkin. Quoted the poem “Poltava” Russian poet and head of the Foreign Intelligence Service Sergei Naryshkin, who said that the Russians who condemned the military operation in Ukraine would face the fate of Hetman Mazepa. Petre I.
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