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"It was you who attacked Donbas!" In Belgium, a shop owner kicked out a Ukrainian man who made a remark to her because of Z-swastika

Anna KravchukNews
In Belgium, a Russian woman sells Russian souvenirs with Putin and Z-swastika in a store

Ukrainians in the center of the city of Liege, Belgium, have come across an openly pro-Russian shop called Rue de Maroseyka. It offers customers souvenirs with the image of dictator Vladimir Putin, nesting dolls, toy balalaikas, and clothing with Soviet or Russian symbols. A T-shirt with a huge letter Z, a symbol of the occupiers and Russian aggression against Ukraine, which is considered a modern swastika, is displayed in the window.

The Ukrainians managed to shoot a video inside the store. They shared it on TikTok.

Visitors to the propaganda shop also managed to talk to the shop assistant, who, as the dialog revealed, is also the owner. The woman, as one might have guessed, turned out to be an outspoken Z-patriot. She admitted that she supported Putin and the war in Ukraine, and thus the terrorist killings of Ukrainians.

''It was you who attacked Donbas!'' In Belgium, a shop owner kicked out a Ukrainian man who made a remark to her because of Z-swastika
''It was you who attacked Donbas!'' In Belgium, a shop owner kicked out a Ukrainian man who made a remark to her because of Z-swastika

At first, the Russian woman proudly displayed her goods. She offered buyers to choose a T-shirt with the "swastika" Z or Cheburashka, depicted in the form of an occupier, against the background of another letter, V, which is also a symbol of Russia's war against Ukraine.

''It was you who attacked Donbas!'' In Belgium, a shop owner kicked out a Ukrainian man who made a remark to her because of Z-swastika
''It was you who attacked Donbas!'' In Belgium, a shop owner kicked out a Ukrainian man who made a remark to her because of Z-swastika

However, when the saleswoman realized that she was dealing with Ukrainians, she immediately changed her tactics. To begin with, she kicked the "customers" out of the store and then spewed out a batch of propaganda nonsense. The Russian woman also claimed that her son was fighting in the ranks of the occupiers, although, as the commenters under the video suggest, this was a lie.

''It was you who attacked Donbas!'' In Belgium, a shop owner kicked out a Ukrainian man who made a remark to her because of Z-swastika
''It was you who attacked Donbas!'' In Belgium, a shop owner kicked out a Ukrainian man who made a remark to her because of Z-swastika

"I approve of the war in Ukraine. My son is fighting there. I am in favor of the "SVO". This is not a war between Russia and Ukraine. It is a war between Russia and the United States. Ukraine was attacked by Ukrainians themselves. You sold it out. You sold it to the Americans. It was you who attacked Donbass! Who declared the ATO?" the Russian woman, zombified by propaganda, said.

The commenters under the video immediately had a logical question: "If this woman loves Russia so much that she even opens such a store, why does she live in 'decaying' Europe and not in her homeland?" Unfortunately, this question will remain unanswered by Internet users.

Interestingly, the Rue de Maroseyka Facebook page is also visited by many Ukrainian commentators who leave their "wishes" for the store and its owner.

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, a Ukrainian woman named Irena got into an unpleasant situation during her working visit to Oslo, Norway. The woman rented an apartment in the center of the capital, using the services of a well-known housing search platform, but once inside, she was shocked by the "pro-Russian interior" of the apartment.

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