The movement "Communists of St. Petersburg" announced Edward Gil, who recently became one of the most popular Internet characters, a traitor to his homeland.
Communists, with their usual scope, blamed "Mr. Trololo" for supporting anti-Russian propaganda launched by Hillary Clinton.
Pictured: Edward Gil
“The reactionary circles of American show business, in close cooperation with the CIA Department of Psychological Warfare, are spinning the flywheel of another clandestine operation - luring the symbol of Soviet pop music to Washington to discredit the history of a patriotic song,” the decision to unwind a low-profile propaganda campaign said. to transform the lyric of the Soviet melody into a vulgar American smash hit was taken on the orders of H. Clinton. The hostile action brings the first fruits - Edward Gil, performing Our song “Where does the Motherland begin?” is already contemptuously called “Mr. Trololo” in America and its image is placed on cardboard circles for the homeless.Performing the will of the White House, Christoph Waltz, known for falsifying the history of the anti-fascist resistance in Europe, recorded a mocking vile parody of the Soviet song. "
The performer of the notorious "Vokaliz" himself does not see anything criminal in his Internet parodies of his song.
However, the communists of St. Petersburg saw in these words "political myopia", which allegedly suffers from an ageless symbol of Soviet pop music. And about Edward Gil's trip to the United States, in their opinion, there can be no question.
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