“The push should be in the sky, in NATO”: in Russia, schoolchildren were forced to zigzag (video)
Patriotic education has been strengthened in Russian schools.
Pupils in a Kazan school were forced to sing “patriotic” songs about the war and raise their hands in a gesture reminiscent of Nazi congratulations during the February 23 celebrations.
DOXA writes about it.
At the concert, one of the school employees forced the children to raise their right hand to the song of Shaman “I am Russian.”
“The point is that he is a citizen of the Russian Federation, as you all are, I hope,” said the teacher.
She demanded that the students raise their right hand clenched into a fist.
“The push should be in the sky, in NATO,” she explained to the children.
And when the students ignored this requirement, the teacher got personal and began to insult children on a national basis.
“Well, what are you all in general, not Russians, or what? Well, I understand that someone is not Russian, but citizens or not? No?! Urgently emigrate,” said the teacher.
Similar events took place in Novosibirsk. The mother of one of the sixth-graders told how everyone was forced to learn military songs at the festive concert on February 23.
Patriotic education has been strengthened in Russian schools – they are forced to study poems about the Donbass, assemble a Kalashnikov assault rifle and participate in competitions on the reliability of gas masks.
Recall that in the schools of the temporarily occupied Melitopol, the Russians are destroying the self-consciousness of schoolchildren, trying to impose their “Russian world” on them.