Video shows a defiant Russian audience shouting ‘Stop War’ at a St. Petersburg concert.

  • At the kiss-kiss concert held in St. Petersburg, Russia on the 11th (local time), a video was released of the crowd shouting “no war”.
  • On Wednesday, a Russian rock star was charged after giving an anti-war speech at a concert.
  • He is one of 2,029 Russians charged with “distrusting” Russian troops during the Ukraine War. Novaya Gazeta.

A video has been released showing audiences shouting anti-war messages in St. Petersburg to protest Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

video, share on twitter Russian opposition politician Lubov Sobol shows a crowd singing with one voice.

Concert attendees can be heard repeatedly shouting “Fuck the war” in Russian, referring to the offensive in Ukraine.

Anti-war slogans were made at a concert for Russian band Kis-Kis at the A2 Green concert venue in St. Petersburg on Friday night.

Another concert earlier this week was the site of an anti-war protest. Russian rock star Yuri Shevchuk, the lead singer of group DDT, has been indicted after making comments against President Putin against the Ukraine war during a concert on the Russian right. Moscow Times report.

video of his speech It was widely shared on social media. In the video version with English subtitles, Shevchuk said: “And now Ukrainians are being killed. For what? Our boys are dying over there. For what? What’s the goal, guys?”

He said mothers, children and the elderly were dying because of “another Caesar’s Napoleonic plan” shown in the video.

“My friends, the motherland is not the president’s ass to spit and kiss all the time,” Shevchuk said according to the Moscow Times.

According to the report, Shevchuk was charged with “untrusting” the Russian military and could face a fine of up to 50,000 rubles ($800) if found guilty.

Since 24 February, the independent Russian newspaper, 229 people have been charged with administrative offenses of “untrustworthy” against the Russian military. Reported by Novaya Gazeta.

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