Violence Promotion

Valentina Lisitsa uses her popularity to promote aggression.

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Ms. Lisitsa suggests Ukrainians be cured “with strong meds” and uses an image from the Holocaust to demonstrate her implication. In the discussion under this tweet she asserts: “it worked well and long in Germany”.

Direct link to the tweet and discussion around it is here.

Curing of Nazi

Ms. Lisitsa says Ukrainians are infected and need to be “cured” with Russia’s “folk medicine”. We doubt she means chamomile tea or herbal oil therapy. Russia in the past used man-made famine against Ukrainians, repressions, forced labour camps and military invasions – all of this resulting in millions dead.

Direct link to the tweet and discussion around it.

Valentina Lisitsa warmongering

Alluding to Nazi concentration camps practice, Ms. Lisitsa is repeating a proposal to burn human bodies of Ukrainian nationalists for heat. There is an excess of them, the tweet states. Ms. Lisitsa could have reported the original tweet and stopped its dissemination, but she does not do that, she is using it to promote hatred against Ukrainians. View original post here.


2 thoughts on “Violence Promotion

    Rolex44 (@Rolex0225) said:
    June 19, 2015 at 2:27 pm

    From the evidence shown during the last 15 months, Ms Lisitsa is correct to say the current Ukrainian government is infected with Nazism.

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      Hate-free music responded:
      August 27, 2015 at 2:51 am

      What is the evidence? Svoboda, which was the only ultra-nationalist party involved lost terribly the last election. Ukrainian people spoke, did you notice?!

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