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Nevermind Eurovision, this little number by a Moscow military theater troop is about as succinct an expression of Russia's current foreign-policy stance as you could ask for:
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This video is five months old, made during the gas crisis with Ukraine. Posting it now without any mention of when it aired makes it seem a lot more hysterical than it actually was. The blogger here should explain why a song performed during a fairly intense international spat deserves to be presented as a sideshow to Eurovision.
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