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originally posted by: noeltrotsky
I don't see the video at satire. It's clearly an effort at passing a message along to the viewers. That message being...
- We can crush the West and return to the glorious days of the Soviet Union.
the program turns its sights on a remark by Poland's Foreign Minister Grzegorz Schetyna that European leaders should gather in Poland this May to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, saying "it's not natural that tributes marking the end of the war should be organized where the war began," alluding to Stalin's complicity with Hitler in carving Poland up. In Russia, this anniversary is Victory Day, commemorating what the Russians call "The Great Patriotic War." It is among the most sacred holidays of the former Soviet Union's state religion, and the suggestion was, perhaps rightly, interpreted as a deliberate insult to Russia.
A satire program is just a satire program. There's no hidden agenda behind it.