The underground noted that Russians celebrate “Mother’s Day” on the last Sunday of November and are trying to instill this tradition in the Ukrainians under occupation. At festive concerts there is campaigning for Putin’s party.
Russian invaders continue to make attempts to change order in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine. Now they are imposing their holidays on the population. This was reported by the press service of the Center for National Resistance (CNS) on November 26.
The Ukrainian underground noted that they are trying to introduce the Russian calendar in the southern regions of Ukraine, which are temporarily controlled by the Kremlin. For example, on the last Sunday of November, Russians celebrate Mother’s Day. In Ukraine, it is customary to celebrate this holiday on the second Sunday of May.
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“The occupiers are trying as much as possible to use content-neutral events to “calm” the population and create an atmosphere of “normal life,” since, as they note in their “congratulations,” these are holidays to which “no one can remain indifferent,” the message says.
The underground noted that with the help of such events the enemy is trying to inspire their own values, which they are actively disseminating. It is noted that congratulations are supposedly as neutral as possible. There is no mention of military operations, but they pay special attention to local concerts that are organized in honor of the “holidays”.
But here, they continue, the CNS continues, hidden campaigning for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party begins.
“In the content of such speeches, one can notice that women are given the exclusive task of giving birth, raising “real men” and being involved in “state affairs” to a minimum,” the message says.
Let us recall that on November 23 it was reported that the occupiers divided Ukrainians into three categories. According to the Kremlin’s plan, all residents of the temporarily occupied territories would have to receive “red waste paper” from 2025, but local residents continue to resist Russian initiatives.