Celebrating Ukrainian Independence day, dozens of Russian IOT speakers have been hacked to play patriotic music

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I like that the general response is a slightly worried smile.

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Perfection

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If they can do that, perhaps there’s more effective recordings they could play than Ukrainian music in future.

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Rest now, you did good in this world.

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In a 2011 interview with the Guardian, Gorbachev was asked to name the things he most regretted, he replied: “The fact that I went on too long in trying to reform the Communist party.” He should have resigned in April 1991, he said, and formed a democratic party of reform since the Communists were putting the brakes on all the necessary changes.”

His second regret, he said, is that he did not start to reform the Soviet Union and give more power to its 15 republics at an earlier stage.

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What a coincidence.

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Just a little reminder to Russia that they don’t have their empire back just yet.

It’s the Putin regime’s version of the Nazi era der deutsche blick (roughly “the German glance”), where someone would automatically look behind and to the side before opining on anything that could be remotely construed by the fascists as political.

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The very happy man in the cafe in Crimea (starting from 1 minute 15 seconds) has a haircut similar to a traditional Ukrainian hairstyle.

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Maybe, but some Ukrainian music could be effective

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