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An elderly Ukrainian woman has become the new, unlikely face of Kremlin propaganda. In Russia, she is known as ‘Babushka-Z’ the Russian word for grandmother. Murals, placards and even statues of her holding a Soviet flag have appeared all over the country. But how did an old woman from a small Ukrainian village turn into a star among pro-war Russians? Please subscribe HERE 🤍 #Russia #Ukraine #BBCNews
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Our penultimate Russia video and to me the most important. This is my Russian Babushka, Nadezhda, she is my world! For years I have wanted to document my gran's life in some way. My Gran and I really wanted to make Vareniki (Russian dumplings), so I thought this could be the best opportunity to do this. We sat down together to chat about everything from her early childhood in World War 2, to life in the USSR under Stalin and beyond, where she lived and worked, her family life and her life as a pensioner in modern day Russia 🇷🇺 - Support our channel HERE 🙂 - 🤍 🤍 - Our Travel Gear - 🤍 - We get all of our music for our vlogs from Epidemic Sound - 30 DAYS FREE HERE - 🤍 - We make all of our thumbnails HERE - 🤍 - For business enquiries - business🤍mattandjulia.co.uk You can also, find us here: WEBSITE: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 BUYMEACOFFEE: 🤍 TIKTOK: 🤍 YOUTUBE: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 🎵 Music: All the music in this video comes from here: 🤍 - #russia #babushka #life #ussr #russian #travel #travelvlog
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🇧🇾 Two months ago on a cold morning I headed into the radioactive Chernobyl forests north of the Belarusian town of Vetka. Now I was back to re-trace the people who had invited me into their home and generously shared their food with me. But this time I was bringing shopping... Original video is here: 🤍
🇷🇺 Whist travelling the backwaters of Russia I heard about the Mordvoian people who speak a language called Moksha. And so began my journey to a village deep in Europe in search of someone who could teach me a few words.
I get it that Ukrainians are unhappy or angry with the Russian invasion and with Russian soldiers, but what’s the point of annoying an old couple, who didn’t even have a Russian flag, but a Soviet Union flag? (The Soviet Union included the Ukraine.). I’m no fan of Soviet Communism, but still, it’s weird. I felt bad for the old lady returning the food… It's too sad that things reached this point, where Russians and Ukrainians can't be friends anymore? NOTE: I usually don't like to post these types of unverified videos, as they could be FAKE, but: a) this one appears to have been uploaded by the soldier himself (according to Gonzalo Lira); b) it's not really graphic or very serious, I guess he just thought he was being funny or making a point about "this is my country, Russkies". No info on where or when it was filmed, nor if the translation is accurate, sorry.
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In the video, the Ukrainian NeoNancy says evil Russian hypocrites have bombed their house while at the same time making statues of her. The husband prays, its very telling how he said "god save us from these devils" and aimed the cross at the ones filming them. Next we see Anna say "its so bad that Russia did this to us", you can hear the NeoNancies smirking at the end. Original Video: 🤍 Russian Subtitle file: 🤍 EN Translated file: 🤍 Please email me via the address on my YouTube channel 'About' page. More updates from inside Russia as events unfold. Also available on Odysee: 🤍 Rumble: 🤍 and as a podcast: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 #Russia #Ukraine #Babushka
🍷 Moldova is famous for it's wine but I wanted to try the real stuff, the home-brew that people make so I set off for the villages in search of some wine and drinking partners. I soon found both. Meet the epic babushkas of Moldova...Oh and they want to find me a Moldovan wife🇲🇩
COOKING WITH RUSSIAN BABUSHKA (aka my Mother): today we make Solyanka, a super-awesome Russian soup perfect for winter time. FOLLOW YouTube ▶ 🤍 Facebook ▶ 🤍 Instagram ▶ 🤍 Twitter ▶ 🤍 Website ▶ 🤍 GET MERCH: 🤍 REQUEST A VIDEO: 🤍 JOIN MAILING LIST: 🤍 SUPPORT: 🤍 🤍 WATCH MORE VIDEOS * USA vs Russia - 🤍 * Life in USSR - 🤍 * School and Education - 🤍 * Fresh off the Boat - 🤍 * Politics (I hate politics) - 🤍 * Exercise and Losing Weights - 🤍 * Jewish Stuff - 🤍 * Movies and Hollywood - 🤍 #crazyrussiandad #RussianAccent
The Babushka from yesterdays video 'EU and Ukraine are making the BEST Russian Propaganda' has become an overnight embodiment of the Motherland, capturing the love and affection of an ENTIRE Nation! 🤍 Sadly, the end of the clip that was cut, was of the bullies refusing to give her back her beloved Flag: 🤍 By request, I've launched a Telegram channel to fight the fascist trolls: 🤍 Meanwhile, in the UK, the environMENTALISTs who are woke, are forcing the rest to go broke as "Motorists are being warned against panic buying at petrol stations this weekend following a wave of closures due to supply chain issues - after various eco-mobs blocked oil terminals across the south this week. " : 🤍 Ursula Von Der Leyen gave a stunning performance at Bucha, that will hopefully result in her getting slapped harder than Chris Rock at the next Oscars. More updates from inside Russia as events unfold. Also available on Odysee: 🤍 Rumble: 🤍 and as a podcast: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 #Russia #Ukraine #IStandWithBabushka
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In Today's video we go on a road trip and our destination is Krasnaya Gorbatka. I wasn''t to know that a Russian Babushka Shares The Secret To a Happy Life was going to be the name of this video. But it happened and in this video a Russian Babushka Shares The Secret To a Happy Life. Why did I meet this amazing person? I feel that it was for a reason. The video is pretty long and I had to delete about 40 min more of conversation!!! All foreigners who live, lived or have visited Russia can agree on one thing, Russia is an amazing country. Now I'm not gonna do a pitch on how amazing it is. It is however, my adopted country and I can say one thing for sure, Russia gets ridiculously bad press!!!! The reason I started this project was so we can honestly show what Russia is really like. This is to benefit anybody wanting to visit Russia and wants honest information. This is not Government sponsored or any sort of propaganda. On this site you will see the good and the bad. My name is Sam Hyland. I am an Englishman living in Russia since 2004. I have been involved in a number of different projects during my time here and had lots of experiences, good and bad. As a foreigner, I understand the difficulties of moving to Russia (Not because Russia is a big, bad, scary country) because while it maybe big, it is far from scary! Russia is an exciting country and has lots to offer anyone who would like to give it a try. When I first arrived in Russia, I had nobody to help me, so I found lots of foreign friends and spoke only English with them. They were my support network and if it wasn't for them, then my life would have been very difficult. Before arriving in Russia, I had no idea about what it would be like, it was a complete mystery. While I don't want to ruin these first time experiences for you, I know that there are so many questions that you would like answering and through this channel I can do that for you. I have had the chance to meet and become friends with some fantastic people and had some really amazing experiences. Russian people are extremely hospitable and I have been lucky enough to be invited to many Russian weddings, festivals, parties, events and so much more…. I live in the city of Vladimir (2 hours drive from Moscow) This is a provincial Russian town with a population of about 350,000. Usually when people think about Russia, they think of Moscow or St Pertersburg, While these are both amazing and fascinating places, there is far more to Russia than just these cities. During my time here I have worked in a number of professions and have a large contact base. I can help you with all sorts of questions. About life, study, work and travel in Russia! And if I don't know the answer to your question, then I'm sure I know somebody who can answer your question! What do I do? How do I live here? Right now I'm an Affiliate Marketer, so I make money online. In 2012 I opened a Volunteer language school in Vladimir. For 4 years I employed volunteers from the UK who came to Russia to teach English and study Russian language. I ran this program with the association of Nottingham University, we took on many 3rd year Russian language students who lived, studied and taught in Vladimir. You can see our site, though it's in Russian! 🤍 Though I have now passed this business to a friend as my heart was no longer in it. I have the experience of assisting foreigners with the process of travelling to Russia and I can help assist you, just reach out to me, I will be happy to help. Below is some ways to get in contact with me 🤍 🤍 🤍
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In recent weeks, the elderly Ukrainian woman – whose image is a throwback to a stereotypical peasant woman of the #soviet era – has become the new face of Kremlin propaganda as well as a star among pro-war Russians. Giant placards depict her waving a Soviet flag in Moscow while postcards of her with the same banner are being sold all over Russia. #ussr No one calls her by her real name in Russia, she has simply become “Babushka Z’” or “Babushka (“grandmother” in Russian) of victory”. The “Z” symbol is used by Russian forces taking part in the #invasion of #ukraine , often painted on armoured vehicles In early April, she was the subject of several reports on Russian television. According to the English-language Moscow Times, a Russian artist has made wooden sculptures of her. In Mariupol, the occupying Russian forces unveiled the “Babushka Z” statue on May 5 in the presence of Sergei Kiriyenko, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s deputy chief of staff. #russia According to Joanna Szostek, an expert in Russian media and political communication at the University of Glasgow, the Babushka story “fits the Russian propaganda narrative perfectly”. ‘Babushka’ believes she is welcoming ‘Russian liberators’ Babushka Z first appeared in a strange video recorded in early April by Ukrainian soldiers. The video shows the soldiers approaching a small farm in the Donbas region and an old woman proudly holding the Soviet flag at arm's length Surprised but not dismayed, the Ukrainians give her some food and take the flag from her. She first accepts but then gives it back to them when she understands she is not dealing with the “Russian soldiers who have come to liberate her” but with Ukrainians who, in a supreme insult, are trampling on the flag Since then a second video has been posted on the Telegram app that identifies the woman as Anya and says she lives near Dvorichna, 5 kilometres from the front line The initial video “illustrates the clash of memories that has been weaponised by Putin”, said Jaroslava Barbieri, an expert on Russian relations with former Soviet bloc nations at Birmingham University “On the one hand you see this old woman who regrets the collapse of the Soviet Union and still looks at Russians as liberators. Then you have the opposite view of the Ukrainian soldiers, shocked to see that some Ukrainians could see it this way," Barbieri observed “It's an ideal story for the Kremlin because it has emerged on the grassroots and is a rare example of popular support that fits with Putin's narrative,” said Professor Stephen Hutchings, a Russian media expert at Manchester University. Babushka Z lends credence to Putin's outlandish claims that the Russian soldiers have come to “liberate” Ukraine from fascism. A new icon of ‘Mother Russia’? It is also a godsend for the Russian media. “There are a couple of reasons that this particular story and image has been so widely reproduced in Russian state media,” said Dr. Precious Chatterje-Doody, an expert in political communication and international relations at the UK’s Open University “First, Russian TV is now almost wall-to-wall ‘special operation’ coverage. Human interest stories help to make this more engaging. Second, it’s a valuable example for the Kremlin of a positive reception. Most Ukrainians (even in Russian-speaking regions) have not welcomed Russian soldiers but actively resisted them, and state media is promoting this image to try and hide that fact,” she added Babushka Z offers another benefit for the Kremlin, Szostek said: “it’s a more rare example of down-top propaganda as opposed to top-down. The video, which has been authenticated by Ukrainian media, is not a creation of the Russian authorities that was then promoted on social networks by Russian trolls on the Internet “From the beginning the propaganda machine in Moscow has tried to give a bottom-up twist of their messaging, and this is just perfect for them,” Hutchings said What more could one ask for? The Soviet flag is the icing on this propaganda cake. According to Hutchings, it is also important “because of the iconography of the Soviet flag and the old lady which resonate for every Russian who is familiar with the WWII postcard of ‘Mother Russia’” Barbieri agreed that the nostalgic Babushka Z imagery must be extremely pleasing to those at the Kremlin “It's the glorification of an older generation to call the newer generation to repeat the success of the past. Putin is very much into glorifying the Soviet past because it lets him hide that he has no perspectives to offer for the Russian people,” Barbieri said “The fact that it is a Ukrainian woman that incarnates ‘Mother Russia’ shows that it is one people despite being two countries. It resonates with the new narrative of de-ukrainisation instead of denazification of Ukraine, out of space - continued here; 🤍
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An elderly Ukrainian woman brandishing a red Soviet flag has become the unlikely face of Kremlin propaganda after a video of her encounter with Ukrainian soldiers went viral. The BBC tracked down "Babushka Z" to try to establish the truth behind the incident. "I don't think they should glorify me. I am just a peasant woman. I don't understand why I've become a celebrity." The woman who has become known as Babushka Z - "grandmother" in Russian, the Z referring to the symbol often painted on armoured vehicles - is gobsmacked when the BBC shows her photos of her newfound fame. "I've never seen any of it," she says. The video shows her walking towards two Ukrainian soldiers holding a red Soviet flag. The soldiers say they have arrived to help and offer her a bag of food. Then they take the flag off her, throw it on the ground and stamp on it. So the woman, feeling insulted, gives the food back to them. "My parents died for that flag in World War Two," she says, indignantly. For the Kremlin, this was gold. Russian propaganda is rarely able to centre on individuals, and they saw this woman as a rare example of a Ukrainian who regretted the collapse of the Soviet Union and considered the Russians to be liberators. Most Ukrainians - even in Russian-speaking regions - have not welcomed the invasion, so her brandishing of the Soviet flag was used as proof that its actions have support among local people. And it doesn't hurt that the iconography of that flag and the Babushka resonates for every Russian who is familiar with the WWII postcard of "Mother Russia". The Kremlin propaganda machine got to work. Within days, her image - a throwback to a stereotypical peasant woman of the Soviet era in her orthodox headscarf, felt boots and thick skirt - started to appear everywhere, from Moscow and Siberia to Sakhalin Island in the far east. She has now been immortalised in murals, placards, postcards, sculptures and bumper stickers. Songs and poems have been dedicated to her. Russian officials even unveiled a statue of her in Mariupol, the Ukrainian city that has been bombed to the ground.
The mask is slipping as Ukraine makes PR blunder after PR blunder. Dissent in the EU Parliament with Irish MEP Clare Daly daring to speak the truth, a revolutionary act in these times of deceit (apologies Clare for the mistake, apparently a mistranslation). EU Parliament passes symbolic vote to ban Russia energy imports. The European Parliament on Thursday (April 7) passed a symbolic vote demanding a total ban on all Russian energy imports into the EU, as member states closed in on narrower sanctions against Russian coal. MEPs voted 513 in favour, with 22 against and 19 abstentions, of an "immediate" ban on Russian coal, gas and oil, as well as nuclear fuel. Although the motion was non-binding, the parliament's speaker, Roberta Metsola, called it a "very important moment" that sent the "strongest messages" to Ukraine on the degree of EU support. 🤍 US ramps up oil imports from Russia, pursues own interests at expense of European allies amid Ukraine crisis. In a contrasting move to its pressuring of European allies to not buy Russian oil against the backdrop of the ongoing Ukraine crisis, the US increased crude oil supplies from Russia by 43 percent, or 100,000 barrels per day, over the past week, Russian Security Council Deputy Secretary Mikhail Popov told Russian media on Sunday, with critics pointing out that the US pursues its own interests at the costs of its European allies. 🤍 Russian central bank cuts key rate to 17% from 20% The Russian central bank sharply cut its key rate to 17% today and said it holds open the prospect of further cuts at upcoming meetings. Last month, the central bank kept its key interest rate at 20% following massive emergency hike in February and said it would start buying OFZ government bonds. It warned of an imminent spike in inflation and a looming economic contraction. But today, the central bank unexpectedly cut the key rate by 300 basis points, taking the decision ahead of its next regular meeting set for April 19. 🤍 More updates from inside Russia as events unfold. Also available on Odysee: 🤍 and as a podcast: 🤍 Please check out independant, corwd funded journalists: Patrick Lancaster - 🤍 Graham Phillips - 🤍 And of course, The Duran: 🤍 #Russia #Ukraine #propaganda
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Russian Village Babushka is a Liverpool Fan. I was totally surprised! #babushka #russia #pereslavl-zalessky #переславль-залесский All foreigners who live, lived or have visited Russia can agree on one thing, Russia is an amazing country. Now I'm not gonna do a pitch on how amazing it is. It is however, my adopted country and I can say one thing for sure, Russia gets ridiculously bad press!!!! The reason I started this project was so we can honestly show what Russia is really like. This is to benefit anybody wanting to visit Russia and wants honest information. This is not Government sponsored or any sort of propaganda. On this site you will see the good and the bad. My name is Sam Hyland. I am an Englishman living in Russia since 2004. I have been involved in a number of different projects during my time here and had lots of experiences, good and bad. As a foreigner, I understand the difficulties of moving to Russia (Not because Russia is a big, bad, scary country) because while it maybe big, it is far from scary! Russia is an exciting country and has lots to offer anyone who would like to give it a try. When I first arrived in Russia, I had nobody to help me, so I found lots of foreign friends and spoke only English with them. They were my support network and if it wasn't for them, then my life would have been very difficult. Before arriving in Russia, I had no idea about what it would be like, it was a complete mystery. While I don't want to ruin these first time experiences for you, I know that there are so many questions that you would like answering and through this channel I can do that for you. I have had the chance to meet and become friends with some fantastic people and had some really amazing experiences. Russian people are extremely hospitable and I have been lucky enough to be invited to many Russian weddings, festivals, parties, events and so much more…. I live in the city of Vladimir (2 hours drive from Moscow) This is a provincial Russian town with a population of about 350,000. Usually when people think about Russia, they think of Moscow or St Pertersburg, While these are both amazing and fascinating places, there is far more to Russia than just these cities. During my time here I have worked in a number of professions and have a large contact base. I can help you with all sorts of questions. About life, study, work and travel in Russia! And if I don't know the answer to your question, then I'm sure I know somebody who can answer your question! What do I do? How do I live here? Right now I'm an Affiliate Marketer, so I make money online. In 2012 I opened a Volunteer language school in Vladimir. For 4 years I employed volunteers from the UK who came to Russia to teach English and study Russian language. I ran this program with the association of Nottingham University, we took on many 3rd year Russian language students who lived, studied and taught in Vladimir. You can see our site, though it's in Russian! 🤍 Though I have now passed this business to a friend as my heart was no longer in it. I have the experience of assisting foreigners with the process of travelling to Russia and I can help assist you, just reach out to me, I will be happy to help. Below is some ways to get in contact with me 🤍 🤍 🤍
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Hey and welcome to the new video! I just returned from the United States of America and came to meet my great babushka. Her name is Roza Ivanovna and she is 81 years old. She asked me to help her with some basic house chores. I filmed my work and also filmed a little bit of her house inside. Hope you enjoy the video! Music in the video: 1) Перемотка - Встречная 2) конец солнечных дней - конец солнечных дней PayPal: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
I hope to GOD this is true! But stay cool kids, STAY CALM. It LOOKS like MAYBE our Babushka and Dedushka have been found and brought to safety!!!! 🤍 More updates from inside Russia as events unfold. Also available on Odysee: 🤍 Rumble: 🤍 and as a podcast: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 #Russia #Ukraine #IStandWithBabushka
Autumn is the season of harvesting what you grew in your gardens in dachas (summer houses) which are widely common in Russia. Based on this grannies starts selling their fruits and vegetables and other goods in some kind of chaotic markets! My Instagram: CrazyRussianSergey 🤍
This is probably the most Russian thing I've ever seen, we have a babushka wearing an ushanka, shooting a Kalashnikov in winter, with a Russian car in the background, and makes an orthodox religious cross in the end.
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ENGLISH SUBS UPDATED! Thanks to commenter Sergey. Now it's clear it's a propaganda video, but not very slick. The Ukrainians still need to learn a lot from Americans on how to do good propaganda... Despite refusing evacuation and wanting to be left alone in the last video, the elderly couple appears to have been taken away by the Ukrainian soldiers to some other place in the city of Kharkov. They say their house was destroyed by a Russian mortar shot. This looks to me more like a hostage situation, and that they are not there because they really want to be. Why would they want to be recorded on video? Please note that this is a video filmed by Ukrainian soldiers and published by an Ukrainian propaganda channel, so the couple are probably saying whatever the soldiers want them to say. A good analysis of the video, in English, can be seen here: 🤍 Anyway, whatever side you are in, I think it's in very bad taste to harass old people like that, for propaganda purposes. Poor people! Leave them alone already!
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