I have spent half the day wandering around Orenburg on various errands. At a crossing, I saw a yellow PAZ bus, marked “Children” and with a flashing light. I thought, wow, how they take care of their children’s safety. But I didn’t look inside. But now I have just seen a column of three yellow “Children” buses with flashing lights — and it wasn’t children inside them, but soldiers.
Source: Jenya Kulakova, Facebook, 6 May 2022. Translated by the Russian Reader
Sometimes it seems that United Russia has reached the limits of cynicism and nothing they do can surprise you. But their functionaries hand a crippled soldier a package of buckwheat and a bottle of sunflower oil, shove the party logo in his hand, and proudly post the photo. And it becomes clear that United Russia’s cynicism is a bottomless pit.
Source: Ilya Yashin, Facebook, 5 May 2022. Translated by the Russian Reader
If anyone did not understand why I think that my daughter should not go to school in the Russian Federation, this is her class and homeroom teacher at a fucking Victory Day trivia competition.
Fortunately, my daughter didn’t go to school today.
Source: Leda Garina, Facebook, 6 May 2022. Translated by the Russian Reader