Russia Sends Fat Tajik Refugee Feminist to Represent It at Eurovision

Vladimir Putin has been on it lately.

The scene with Joe Biden was hilarious. He challenged him to a debate, and forced Biden to say “oh, I don’t really have any time for that.”

Now Russia is mocking this idiot “Eurovision” event by sending a fat Islamic bitch.

France 24:

Russia’s unlikely entry to the Eurovision song contest, a Tajik-born refugee and feminist activist, knows she is riling the country’s conservatives.

“I’ve hit a nerve,” Manizha Sangin told AFP, after two conservative groups lodged complaints with the authorities over her song “Russian Woman”.

The 29-year-old singer, who performs under the name Manizha, was not expected to win the public vote that was broadcast this month to pick Russia’s song for the contest in the Netherlands in May.

Donning a brightly coloured and elaborate traditional Russian costume, then shedding it to reveal red overalls, her performance was a far cry from values usually promoted on state channels.

“You’re 30! Hello? Where are your kids? You are cute overall. But should lose some weight,” went one line from her song.

“Every Russian woman needs to know — you strong enough, you gonna break the wall”.

A columnist at the opposition-leaning newspaper Novaya Gazeta voiced surprise the performance was broadcast at all, saying the song “declares war on Russian xenophobia and misogyny”.

The openly feminist tune has since found a huge support base with more nearly 5.5 million views on YouTube.

But it also led to an outpouring of scorn from conservative groups, who demanded that Manizha be pulled as Russia’s Eurovision entry.

An association of Orthodox women in an open letter accused Manizha of “insulting and humiliating Russian women” and of inciting “hatred towards men”.

(Yes, Russia does still have women who are defending family values – but that number gets smaller every day.)

The Investigative Committee, which probes major crimes in Russia, has also said it is following up on a complaint from a veterans’ organisation, which said the text incites “inter-ethnic tension and enmity”.

Manizha told AFP that the song, which fuses Russian folk music with hip hop, was an anthem “against stereotypes that I had faced”.

This is obviously a troll move.

Eurovision has become a contest to decide “who is the biggest and most degrading social disaster?”

Remember they gave the award a few years ago to a tranny with a beard.

If the bitch wins, Russia can then say, “see? These people in the West are promoting the worst aspects of our society as if they are good.”