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Russians stole the legendary Ukrainian "Shchedryk" and organized a cynical dance on the ice

Russians steal Ukrainian "Shchedryk"

Russia has always brazenly stolen Ukraine's culture, history, and heritage, but this time the occupiers have encroached on the sacred - they have translated the legendary Ukrainian song "Shchedryk" by Mykola Leontovich into Russian. Moreover, to the world-famous Ukrainian melody, the Russians staged a cynical ice show called "Evenings on a Farm," which is also in Ukrainian. The story is set in Poltava region, and the author is Ukrainian playwright Nikolai Gogol.

If you think that this is the end of the barrage of cynicism and absurdity, it is not. This whole bacchanal was organized by figure skater Tatyana Navka, a native of Dnipro and now the wife of Putin's press secretary Dmitry Peskov. Relevant photos and videos were shared online.

Thus, many Russian Putinist stars came to the Evenings on the Farm ice show. All of them were happy to share on their social networks the footage, which is direct proof that Russia is always stealing everything from Ukraine, unable to come up with anything of its own.

Russians stole the legendary Ukrainian ''Shchedryk'' and organized a cynical dance on the ice

The skaters took to the ice to the legendary Ukrainian song "Shchedryk," but with a Russian translation. The skaters, wearing kokoshniks and earflap hats, brazenly greeted Putinists and other ordinary spectators to the Ukrainian melody, which is sacred to Ukrainians.

The ex-Ukrainian Navka turned Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka into an incomprehensible Russian parody with hybrids of "Russian-Ukrainian" costumes. For example, the protagonist of the story "The Night Before Christmas," Oksana, appeared on the ice in a kokoshnik with ribbons and flowers that looked very much like a Ukrainian wreath. And it was the second headdress that Oksana wore in the original.

Russians stole the legendary Ukrainian ''Shchedryk'' and organized a cynical dance on the ice

As a reminder, Ukrainian blogger Anna Alkhim recently got into a scandal again because of the music she listens to and popularizes among her followers. This time, the influencer's fans didn't like a track with elements of the legendary "Shchedryk" and Russian-language rap.

As OBOZ.UA wrote earlier, Tatyana Navka said she wanted to bring her ice show to the temporarily occupied Mariupol. In an interview with Russian propagandists from RIA Novosti, the wife of Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov called it a "good idea," provoking a strong reaction from Russian fans.

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