PUTIN-supporting kids are filmed singing about taking back the US state of Alaska in a chilling propaganda video.
Sung by cadets in Volgograd, the clip oozes patriotism and depicts a weak, divided West, while cheekily borrowing footage from a Brexit rally.
"We want our country back", trumpet the Vote to Leave posters, mixed here with a message that the Russian young are ready to die for "Uncle Vova", aka Vladimir Putin.
Putin, 65, has not yet declared if he will run or not for a six year term in the March 2018 presidential election.
But videos like this show the path being cleared for him to notch up another landslide 18 years after he first took the Kremlin helm.
One of his ultra-loyal MPs Anna Kuvychko sings along with the uniformed cadets with lyrics which seem to predict Donald Trump's impeachment and write off the European Union.
The lyrics read: “The 21st century is here - the Earth has got weary of wars.
“The population of the planet is sick and tired with hegemony. There is no opinion of its own in the European Union,
“The Middle East is groaning from troubles. Across the ocean the president was stripped of his power.”
Then, chillingly, the brainwashed cadets vow to follow Putin if he orders them into the “final battle”.
The children sing that they want to grab Alaska - sold by the Romanov tsars to the US for $7.2 million in 1867.
Major newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets noted it showed "kids ready to die for Putin" and said the song has gone viral.
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Source : https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4912833/vladimir-putin-alaska-power-propaganda-anthem/