Great Singing by Flashmob in Ukraine’s Breakaway Republic


Russians, in case you don’t know, are ridiculously good singers. One sees it all the time here – the singing ability of the average Russian is at least 10 times what is in Europe or the US. Furthermore, it always has been.

This song is called ‘Eternal Flame’, or ‘From Heroes of Days Past’, and talks about how the heroes of past wars look down from above and give the current generation no choice but to repeat their example. It was written in the early 70s for a war movie.

Back when the Ukraine conflict started, the former prime minister of the USSR, Nikolai Ryzhkov, who is from Donetsk, explained in an excellent interview that the people there were phenomenally tough, and that the CIA puppet masters and oligarchs in Kiev had no idea what they were up against, and would definitely fail.

Now they know.

Full story at: Russia Insider

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One Response to Great Singing by Flashmob in Ukraine’s Breakaway Republic

  1. Keld Bach says:

    This event was obviously staged, but there are many other examples where this kind of singing erupted quite spontaneously. Only the sound and video quality isn’t as good as here.

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