Viking shock for the Russians

 
Viking shock for the Russians
The Russian movie "Viking," with bloodthirsty, Norwegian speaking Vikings, has millions of Russians running to the cinemas to watch a Russian version of "Game of Thrones" these days, reports Aftenposten.

Rape, human sacrifice and an endless, bloody slaughter carried out by the Vikings who speak Swedish and Norwegian, have given the Russians a complete Viking shock the first few weeks of 2017.

During two weeks the film has been an all-times sales success in Russia, after having brought 1.2 billion rubles in ten days.

- Russians want to be Scandinavians, writes the Russian newspaper Gazeta.ru.

"Viking" is a long, very lavish and colorful orgy of violence, where the prince and the saint Vladimir, along with his Viking pals high on magic mushrooms go amok until he sees the light and finds God.

The film is about what President Vladimir Putin last year declared as the most important event in the history of Russia:

The introduction of the Orthodox faith in ancient Rus.

In Norwegian, Vladimir is better known as Valdemar, a close relative of some of Norway's Viking kings.

His ancestor was the Viking Rurik, who founded the royal dynasty that was to rule Russia for 600 years and who also Donald Trump is a descendant of:

READ: Trump is descendant of Norwegian king



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