Get PJ Media on your Apple

The PJ Tatler

by
Oleg Atbashian

Bio

March 31, 2014 - 1:57 pm

The women in the Ukrainian folk music group “Lisapetniy battalion” from the village of Piatnychany were previously known in Ukraine and Russia for their humorous, self-deprecating “hillbilly” songs. Their first big hit was about selling moonshine and buying a bicycle without the brakes, on which the singer rode through the village “like a tank.”

But as the threat of Russian invasion is now overshadowing everyone’s lives, the singers came up with a new music video called “Come On, You Old Broads,” in which the women are getting ready to defend their village from Russian troops with hunting rifles, pitchforks, and an old WWII German machine gun from a neighbor’s basement, promising to “protect the Ukrainian border with their own ample breasts.”

And today EuroMaidan PR posted this video with English subs.

YouTube Preview Image

Oleg Atbashian, a writer and graphic artist from the former USSR, is the author of Shakedown Socialism, of which David Horowitz said, "I hope everyone reads this book."  In 1994 he moved to the U.S. with the hope of living in a country ruled by reason and common sense, appreciative of its freedoms and prosperity. To his dismay, he discovered a nation deeply infected by the leftist disease of "progressivism" that was arresting true societal progress. Oleg is the creator of a satirical website ThePeoplesCube.com, which Rush Limbaugh described on his show as "a Stalinist version of The Onion."

Comments are closed.

All Comments   (2)
All Comments   (2)
Sort: Newest Oldest Top Rated
Ukrainian women have a good sense of humor, and more balls than Obama:
37 weeks ago
37 weeks ago Link To Comment
Funny. But if Putin does invade I would bet we would see those million "old broads" out in the fields and forests along with most of the men of the country fighting the Russians as best they could.
37 weeks ago
37 weeks ago Link To Comment
View All