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"I make every effort not to break someone's head." Dmytro Dikusar, who is at the front, got in touch for the first time in four months

Dmytro Dikusar

Choreographer Dmytro Dikusar has been defending the country from the first days of the Russian invasion. Since March 5, 2022, he has been in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

In an interview with OBOZ.UA, the artist told how the great war changed him and what disappointments he is experiencing now because of the immaturity of Ukrainian society. Dmytro Dikusar frankly admits that at certain moments he becomes so aggressive that he has to "make extra efforts inside himself not to break someone's head." The last time the choreographer appeared on social media was at the end of October last year.

Dmitro Dikusar says that the Russian invasion of Ukraine was the beginning of a completely new stage in his life: "For a new me, which I have never known and am still trying to find. What has changed now? There is a certain disappointment in certain people. I knew that over time everyone would get used to the war and the attitude towards the military would be "I didn't send them there," but I didn't think it would be so fast. I was disappointed by how easy it is to mislead and divide people on the topic of language ("thank you" to Farion), on the topics of "all commanders are f*cked up" and "the Armed Forces do not give out anything, everyone runs around with their asses bare"... The enemy's IPSO is working, unfortunately!"

''I make every effort not to break someone's head.'' Dmytro Dikusar, who is at the front, got in touch for the first time in four months

"Another disappointment is the work of pseudo-volunteers, which has undermined the credibility of real volunteers. I did not think that there are citizens in my country who have neither conscience nor honor at all. The fourth disappointment is some officials who decided that now is a very convenient moment to steal even more than they did before. Not allowing the thought that there will be a reckoning for this. All this (plus the loss of a huge number of comrades and fatigue from the long war) made me very intolerant of "sh*t people" and at certain moments very aggressive. Sometimes I make an extra effort inside myself not to break someone's head in half," says Dikusar.

"A certain number of kind and decent people who tirelessly continue to support the military, believe in our victory (especially in the occupied territories), and pray for our lives keep me in good shape and force me not to give up," the choreographer continues, "and also keep the memory of my brothers who gave their lives in the fight for freedom and the existence of the entire Ukrainian nation. And the thirst for revenge against the non-humans who caused so much trouble and disaster in my country and abroad."

''I make every effort not to break someone's head.'' Dmytro Dikusar, who is at the front, got in touch for the first time in four months

The choreographer Dmytro Dikusar last communicated publicly at the end of October - on his birthday, the artist shared emotional thoughts on his Facebook page about two different worlds: the military and the Ukrainians on the home front. At that time, Dikusar came to Kyiv for the first time on vacation.

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