A resident of Moscow denounced her daughter's eight-year-old classmate for a video where she crushed a painted flag of Russia with her hands against the background of a painted flag of Ukraine. Baza writes about it. According to the publication, the woman's name is Ksenia, she is 30 years old.
Baza writes that this is how Ksenia wanted to avenge her daughter, who is in first grade. She allegedly told her mother that she was being bullied by a classmate. According to the girl, she forbids her to communicate with her classmates and calls her names. Ksenia tried to resolve this issue with the schoolgirl's mother, and she promised to talk to her daughter. Despite this, the bullying continued, and this time the mother of a classmate said that the children would solve their problems on their own. After that, Ksenia decided to deal with the issue herself and began to study the social networks of her daughter's classmate.
The woman found a video in the girl’s profile in the Likes app, in which, in her opinion, the child showed a “Russophobic position”. Now, according to Baza, a police check is underway.
With the outbreak of a full-scale war, the culture of denunciation returned to Russia. Everyone complains about everyone: mothers complain about children, colleagues complain about each other, teachers complain about schoolchildren. Read more about how the war revived Stalin's "snitches" in The Insider.