Putin's “Sabbath” at Luzhniki: what the dictator said to the Russians before the anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared in public for the second day in a row. This time, the Kremlin dictator spoke to the Russians at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow.
The purpose of the large-scale concert at Luzhniki, where the extras were driven, was to demonstrate the support of Russian society regarding Russia's war of conquest against Ukraine . All about Putin's coven before the anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine – read the article Channel 24.
This is the second such concert since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Russia, where Putin performed. The previous “sabbath” was on March 18, 2022.
The Kremlin concert was supported by many Russian artists who agreed to perform. According to Russian opposition media, extras for a concert were recruited for a fee of 500 rubles, and students were promised release from couples.
Putin voiced another dose of insanity
For the second day in a row, Putin demonstrates that things are not going well in the Kremlin. Obviously, all the money was spent on extras, and there was nothing to pay the speechwriters. For as the dictator did not try, he could not say anything new. The extras in the hall were frankly bored, and the extras on the stage stood with sullen expressions in anticipation of “packaging”.
Putin mumbled something about the family, the “motherland” and its “defenders” and cynically quoted a prayer.