Depressive protest: "War – Unemployment – November": depressive picket in Russian 'Northern Capital' (photo)

15:15 Nov. 1, 2016

"War – Unemployment – November": depressive picket in Russian 'Northern Capital' (photo)

'War – Unemployment – November' (by Vadim F. Lurie)

Russian activists rallied with depressive slogans, which they called ‘the popular mood'

Russian activists of Saint Petersburg greeted November 1 with the action "War – Unemployment – November", which was organized by art group ‘Rodina' ('Homeland'), Meduza reports.

The activists stood with banners on the cemetery and along the railway. Among the slogans were "Pain, Emptiness, Patriotism," "Everyone dead, but some even more dead," "Let's suffer," "Alcoholism is our future," "Death is the only hope," "Nothing", "You won't change anything," "No," "In line for the slaughter," "Everything going to be bad and will never end," "Russia it's not us," "You may not survive this regime," "Alas!"

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Photo-artist Vadim F. Lurie published the pictures of the event with the comment: "In St. Petersburg, November 1st was celebrated with depressive demonstration under the slogan "War – Unemployment – November." Alas-parade for alas-patriots. Words - of the "Rodina", the mood – popular".

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