lol no, it's even funnier than that, she's an American singer called Tessa Violet. Some of you might even remember her as the popular youtuber "Meekakitty" from way back.>>1048
In February some guys from a nationalist OC meme page got the idea to edit Tessa Violet/Meekakitty's latest music video "Crush" with monarchist memes and
to add an imperial march to it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT5zzJ1QDHc
(nationalists are quite supportive of monarchy here, they aren't too fond of fascism).
The meme video went viral among zoomers of all people, who actually enjoy this music and started memeing "RUSSIANS GO FORTH" because it's loud, catchy and funny. "RUSSIANS GO FORTH" was immediately adopted as the new nationalist slogan to replace the old "Russia for Russians". The slogan is a great examples of post-irony being used correctly: Anyone who takes the slogan or too seriously and starts complaining about it will sound ultra-lame and butthurt, but the same won't necessarily be true about those who decide to take it seriously positively. In comparison, the "Russia for Russians" slogan is so serious and unironic by default that you really do sound like some fanatic while saying it, and it will land you in jail if you say it in public.
Anyway, fast forward to October 28:>nationalists in Moscow going to a pop concert>to a sing along songs with a feminist>and to dance with the very same libshits that they argued all year with on twitter