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Unknown author under the pseudonym Kuzma the Clerk circulated the social network “Vkontakte” the video, calling “not to spare the Russophobes”. The growing popularity caught the attention of the publication TJournal.
In the animated video called “Russophobes” the author talks about Russian citizens who are unhappy with what is happening in the country. According to Kuzma of Truth, they always lie and “bark”, while experiencing the awe of “uncle Sam” (USA).
The clip contains cartoon image of editor-in-chief of radio station “Echo of Moscow” Alexei Venediktov, actor Mikhail Yefremov and musician Andrei Makarevich. Their names in the video not sound, however, the author clarifies the nature of the activities of each.
In the final, an unidentified man gets punched in the portraits mentioned earliest known people. “Those who sold their homeland, no mercy,” concludes the VoiceOver. The authors of the video said that he is not responsible “to the call of violence and suicide” (spelling retained — approx. “Of the tape.ru”).
The video was published July 4 in the community, “Kuzma Thruth” and has garnered over half a million hits per day. The group has only three posts: a survey and two videos (“Russophobes” and “girls from the Ukraine” — video criticizing girls who go abroad to work). Both animated videos accompanied by voice-over text in verse, full of obscene expressions.
In TJournal said that the movie began to spread on 6 July various urban publics, sometimes the references were published almost simultaneously.
Video, photo All from Russia.