In the Russian Federation, the old song of rapper Oksimiron “Last Call” was recognized as extremist (video)

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The Russian Federation recognized the old song of rapper Oksimiron

The Moscow court granted the request of the prosecutor's office, which described the composition as propaganda of the ideas of terrorism. Now access to the song will be limited throughout the Russian Federation.

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The Zamoskvoretsky District Court of Moscow recognized the song “Last Call” by St. Petersburg rapper Miron Fedorov, known as Oxxxymiron, as extremist. At the same time, the executor himself did not appear at the court session, although the summons was sent to the defendant in a proper manner, the RIA-Novosti agency reports.

The court decided to send the decision on recognizing the composition as extremist to the Russian Ministry of Justice for inclusion in the register of extremist materials. Moreover, the court ordered Roskomnadzor to restrict access to the song “Last Call” on the territory of the Russian Federation.

According to the prosecutor's office, which acted at the court with a corresponding petition, the composition contains signs of a public justification of terrorism and propaganda of the ideas of terrorism.

“Finding information material in the public domain threatens the constitutional order,” the representative of the prosecution concluded.

The results of a psychological and linguistic study were allegedly used as an argument by the prosecution, according to which the composition contains “signs of a public justification of violent actions and an ideology of violence.”

The song was released in 2009 and got on the artist's first collection of compositions. In it, Oksimiron reads on behalf of a teenager who came to school with a machine gun and a detonator to take revenge on his peers. There is speculation that Oksimiron wrote his own version of the German rapper Kaas' song “Amok Zahltag” (Day of Reckoning), which was dedicated to the massacre at the Winnenden school.

After the start of the war in Ukraine, the performer left the territory of Russia and performed anti-war concerts abroad. At the end of March, he performed in Istanbul and London with charity concerts, the funds from which the musician sent to an organization that helped the children of Ukrainian refugees.