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A musical requiem for those who died in Slaviansk


Warning: the language of war is not a delicate one, nor is the language used in this song.  ~ To those who might be shocked by the kind of “non-normative lexicon” used here by Grebenshchikov, and who clearly have never been anywhere near a Russian military unit, I will say that this is nothing compared to what you could have heard form the defenders of Slaviansk.  ~ As for the message of the song – “we have been betrayed” – I am not saying that it is factually correct, only that it is emotionally right.  I sure hope that those who died defending Slaviansk did not die in vain.

The Saker
The Vineyard Saker


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