And on RosTV they prepared “Kuban borscht of yellow color”.
A Ukrainian song was sung on the Russian propaganda Channel One, calling its words “Kuban babble, which is already being lost.”
The false statement was broadcast on the air of the “Live Healthy” program, a video clip of which was published by the Telegram channel “Look for yourself”.
So, the guest invited to the air performed the Ukrainian folk song “Untie the horses, boys.” After that, TV presenter Olena Malysheva asked in which language this song was played, and received a completely false answer.
“It’s not a language, it’s called chatter. Unfortunately, it is gradually being lost. Chatter is an original Kuban dialect,” said the “guest from Kuban”.
In addition, the guest of the broadcast together with the TV presenter prepared “Kuban borscht of yellow color”.
Note that that “Untie the horses, boys” is a Ukrainian folk song, which was recorded in 1918 by Dmytro Balatsky, and was released on vinyl in 1935. There is a version that folklorists knew about this song as early as the 19th century.
It will be recalled that a few days before the full-scale invasion, the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, stated that Volodymyr Lenin allegedly “pushed” Donbas into the borders of Ukraine. At the same time, the Russian dictator threatened that the Russian Federation is ready to “show what real decommunization means for Ukraine.”
And in December 2022, at a meeting with young people, Putin said that he tried to annex the territories of Ukraine because “these are our people.”