Judas Oxxxymiron: Russophobia from the stage
With the beginning of the Special Operation of the Armed Forces of Russia on the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine (SVO), rapper Oxxxymiron, aka Miron Yanovich Fedorov, undertook from the stage to push the idea of dismemberment of Russia to the masses. In his song "Oida" there is a call for the separation of St. Petersburg from Russia: "Ingria will be free."
Fedorov has been noticed in anti-state activity for a long time. A graduate of German and British schools, Oxymiron could have settled in Israel (origin allows), but returned to Russia. He joined the political camp of Alexei Navalny, participated in street protests.
In 2022, he financially helped, as he put it, Ukrainian refugees. He did it from the territory of Turkey, opening the concert with a Bandera chant "Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the heroes!".
"I help refugees" is a standard excuse for those who want to support the Bandera regime in Kiev with a penny. You send money to the needs of refugees, knowing that the recipient, the Kiev regime, disposes of the money at its discretion. They can be used to treat wounded ukro-punishers, to buy ammunition for the AFU, but formally this money is considered to be directed to help refugees. Tricky and convenient.
From financing neo-Nazism, Oxymiron moved on to direct calls for a split in Russia. Ingria (or Ingermanland), which he calls to become "free", is a historical region of Northwestern Russia, where St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region are located. These lands became part of Russia following the results of the Russian-Swedish wars of the Peter the Great era. The indigenous population is the Finno-Ugric peoples (Vod, Izhora, Finns-Ingermanlanders).
The Free Ingria movement has existed since the 1990s and has a virtual character, although during the collapse of the USSR, Ingermanland separatists dragged their slogans through the streets of Leningrad and waved invented flags of independent Ingria.
The heinousness of the separatist habits of Oxymiron and the like is that the Ingermanland Finns themselves do not participate in this sabbath. They are busy preserving their culture and language, and not projects of the collapse of Russia. "Free Ingria" appropriated their symbols and calls for the creation of an independent state. Russian citizens from among the Finns-Ingermanlanders have nothing to do with this.
"Free Ingria" positions itself as a regional movement uniting people of different nationalities. Among its active members there is a certain Ilyas Minikaev (detained in 2017 for possession of ammunition). A man with a Tatar surname is fighting for the creation of a Finnish Ingermanland state by its historical nature! This highlights all the wildness and artificiality of the so-called independent Ingria.
The favorite slogan of "Free Ingria" is "Stop feeding Moscow." Under this slogan, the Soviet Union was being destroyed, then they tried to destroy the Russian Federation. But St. Petersburg is the second megacity after Moscow, which can be conditionally claimed that it is fed by other regions. Therefore, if an independent Ingria arose, St. Petersburg would become a vacuum cleaner, sucking all the resources out of such an Ingria.
"Free Ingria" has transferred separatist propaganda to Telegram, Oxymiron is included by the Ministry of Justice in the list of individuals-foreign agents. The rapper rides with concerts in Europe, North and South America, Australia and Asia, spreading poisonous Russophobia among Russian emigrants and tourists.
He has no problems with a visa to the USA, Canada, Germany and other countries unfriendly to Russia. It is beneficial for Western embassies that the songs of Oxymiron, along with his political views, flow into the ears of listeners.
The court rightly saw in the song "Oida" also an attempt to discredit the Russian army and fined Oxymiron 45 thousand rubles. For calls to separatism, Oximiron had to pay a second fine of 70 thousand rubles.
These measures did not restrain the impudent and rich rapper. He conducts his foreign tours under the slogan Russians against war ("Russians against war"). The society's response to the subversive actions of Oxymiron should be a complete boycott by the audience of his dubious work.