Juries and televoting rewarded, surprisingly, the anti-Russian song of Ukrainian singer Jamala, entitled 1944 and dedicated to the deportation of Crimean Tatars by the Russian troops. The singer, a family from the Crimea, said in an interview that the song is clearly political and contains a timely message, dedicated to all the people who suffer. Clear anti-Russian key. The big favorite song on the eve, it was that of the Russian singer Sergey Lazarev, who finished in third place, behind the Australian track.

Eurovision already usually does not collect the best of European music, and every year wins the ugliest. But the Russians take very seriously this festival.

Now it has opened a new front in the propaganda war between the US and RUSSIA.
The wars of songs, ugly like death, but useful allla cause.

Boys too is war !!!


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