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November 13, 2017
Clip No.
6401

Children In Song To Putin: We Are Ready For 'The Last Battle' At Your Order; 'We Shall Bring Alaska Back To The Harbor Of The Homeland'

MP Anna Kuvichko of the ruling United Russia Party led a group of children from the military cadet class of a Volgograd school in an ultra-patriotic song. The lyrics call for the return of Alaska to Russia, mock the current international world order, and depict Russia as surrounded by enemies. The motto of the song is the children's readiness to sacrifice themselves in war at Putin's command. The video-clip was posted on the Volgograd News YouTube channel on November 13, 2017.

MP Anna Kuvichko and Military Cadet Class: "The 21st century has come. Planet Earth is tired of wars. The world's population is fed up with hegemony. The EU has no opinion. The Middle East is groaning from its hardships. The president has been stripped of his powers overseas.

"From our northern seas to our southern borders, from the Kuril Islands to the Baltic shores, there could have been peace in this land. But if the commander-in-chief calls upon us for the last battle – Uncle Vova [Putin], we are with you!

"And what will my generation inherit? If we demonstrate any weakness, we will lose the entire country. Our faithful friends are the navy and army. The memory of our friendship is the red star.

"From our northern seas to our southern borders, from the Kuril Islands to the Baltic shores, there could have been peace in this land. But if the commander-in-chief calls upon us for the last battle – Uncle Vova [Putin], we are with you!

"Samurai will never get the Kuril Islands. We will defend the amber capital [Kaliningrad] with our bare chests. We will save our Sevastopol and Crimea for our descendants. We shall bring Alaska back to the harbor of the homeland.

"From our northern seas to our southern borders, from the Kuril Islands to the Baltic shores, there could have been peace in the land. But if the commander-in-chief calls upon us for the last battle – Uncle Vova [Putin], we are with you!"