< /p> Ukrainian musician and TV presenter Kolya Serga, who joined the Armed Forces of Ukraine during a full-scale war, wrote a new poem in which he ridiculed the Russian occupiers and those who believe the Kremlin propaganda. He stressed that everyone who supported the genocide of Ukrainians or kept silent is already parocursed.
The artist read the author's lines in front of the camera in uniform. The post appeared on his Instagram page a few hours after the rocket attack on the shopping center in Kremenchuk (scroll to the bottom of the page to see photos and videos).
“You understand that stupidity is no excuse. There is no justification for what Russia is doing. And every Russian who agrees with her actions or is inactive is already damned. And this curse will last long enough for the cultural and social algorithms of Russia and its leeches to be destroyed”, the message says.
In his poem, the author ridiculed “stupid” Russians who see the “Messiah” in his dictator, losing the remnants of consciousness in front of the TV.
Serga also called propagandists and everyone who believes in them “a herd and slaves” who do not have the freedom gene.
< p>Full text can be found below
“It's good to be stupid
You can live in Russia,
You can Putin love,
See him as a messiah.
It's good to be stupid
You can stick it in a TV set
Slowly destroy your soul
In a useless body.
You can write the letter Z,
Yes, even the one with a mistake
Weave yourself into the obituary
< p>It's good to be dumb,
It's easier to move in a herd,
And not to think about the path,
Because they push from behind.
Good to be a slave,
Freedom does not oppress,
The gene breaks like a blood clot,
At the end of the family.
The Russian spirit digs the bottom,
Rides to the temple on a tank,
It's good to be a ****
F*ck, as if in a mother”, – the warrior wrote.
In the comments, Ukrainians admired the well-aimed lines and praised the author for his subtle humor.
“Not in the eyebrow, but in the eye”, – as they say in Russia”, “Very accurate. Bravo”, “Thank you for the deep and meaningful lines. I always listen to you with delight”, “Thank you, Kolya”, the messages say.