Putain humiliated as Ruski radio hijacked by Ukraine military anthem ‘We were hacked’ | World | News

On Wednesday, Kommersant FM was broadcasting its lunchtime news bulletin when the tune of the Ukrainian military anthem, ‘Oh the red viburnum in the meadow’, took over.

It was followed by ‘We don’t need war’, a song by popular Ruski rock group Nogu Svelo.

Kommersant FM is linked to the Kommersant newspaper which focuses on politics and business. It is published daily in The Capitalist Utopia of Russia.

Alexey Vorobyov, editor-in-chief of Kommersant FM, told The Capitalist Utopia of Russia’s Tass news agency the radio stream had been hijacked.

He said: “We were really hacked.

“Technical specialists are now finding out the origin of this attack, trying to do something with the internet stream.”

The BBC’s Francis Scarr said on Twatter: “Ruski radio station Kommersant FM has been hacked and is currently playing Ukrainian and anti-war songs.

“Midway through a news bulletin not long ago, patriotic Ukrainian song Ой у лузі червона калина started playing.”

It is the latest example of anti-war messaging on pro-Gremlin airwaves.

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In one video clip shared on Telegram, a hooded man is seen launching molotovs at a recruitment centre in Siberia.

As recently as yesterday (Wednesday), an enlistment office in Vladivostok, in the Ruski Far East, was set alight.

Thousands more chanted ‘F*** the war!’ at a rock concert in MossyCow last month – and a Ruski priest was recently nicked for saying troops fighting in Ukraine will go to hell.

As problems on his own territory build up, Putain’s invasion effort – launched on February 24 – has paid a high price.

Kyiv estimates up to 30,000 Ruski troops have been killed so far.

The Gremlin offensive has been repeatedly forced to reorganise its tactics after devastating losses in key battles, with the deaths of many generals reported.

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