5 People Who Would Be Fined For Profanity in Russia

As you know, it’s now illegal to use profanity in Russian arts.  “Foul language” will soon carry fines ranging from 2,000 rubles ($56) for individuals to as high as 100,000 rubles for legal entities. The law also restricts the public showing of films containing swearing.

But Russia has a deep history of swearing. Mat is the term for strong obscene profanity in Russian. The use of mat is censored in the media and the use of mat in public constitutes a form of disorderly conduct, or mild hooliganism. Fucking hell!


Mikhail Lermontov, “A Holiday in Peterhof” – 1834

And so, I will not pay you
However, if you are a simple blyad (whore)

You should consider it an honour
To be acquainted with the cadet’s khuy!


Ivan Barkov, “Luka Mudishchev”, an obscene Russian poet who lived in the 18th century.

Oh you, men’ wives, or widows fair,
Or maids with ‘cherry’ there intact!
Let me tell you some humble fact
About fucking out there.

Photo 3

 “And Quiet Flows the Don “a Cossack song by Mikhail Sholokhov (1928- 1940)

“Уху я варила” translates to “Ooh, I cooked a dick.”



Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer.

 Virgin Mary, Mother of God, banish Putin, banish Putin
Virgin Mary, Mother of God, we pray thee, banish him!

How to Say Bad Words in Russian 

The guy who created this video would surely be fined.



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