As previously reported in the Crimea, Russian-controlled structures have failed to provide a proper information “picture” of the alleged Crimean residents’ “support” for the Russia’s invasion of mainland Ukraine. The failure of “rallies”, public speeches, “hanging Russian flags” became obvious to both the peninsula’s population and the occupiers’ “administration”. For example, after the apparent small number of cars at the pro-Russian “Crimean ralley” on March 5, another one was urgently organized today by invaders for the residents of Yalta, with the same minimum result, with several cars engaged only. In addition, according to Russian punitive forces, today some persons painted a pro-Russian “monument to polite people” in Simferopol, and several persons were detained for anti-war statements also. In addition, it was unexpected for the occupiers that large number of Russian cultural figures condemned the Russia’ aggression, who had previously been cautious about the policy of invasion against Ukraine.Under such conditions, the “media holding company” “Krym” (“Crimea”), controlled by the Russian occupiers, announced the cessation of broadcasting in radio of songs by a significant number of performers, who are exposed by the aggressor in “incomplete loyalty”. In particular, the Russia’s occupiers will not broadcast in the Crimea such performers as Yuri Shevchuk, Sergei Lazarev, Valery Meladze, Ivan Dorn, Manizha, Boris Grebenshchikov, Teona Kontridze, Svetlana Loboda, Andrei Makarevich, Vera Brezhneva, Natalia Ionova (Glukoza), Lolits Milavska, etc. The Russian occupiers stated that “songs, like other cultural works, are no less effective in war than bullets and shells”. The military hysteria and glorification of the “invincible troops” of the aggressor has now reached unprecedented proportions in Crimea, which has not been observed in all the years of occupation. It is noteworthy that at the same time the Ukrainian military reports the destruction of own battalion-tactical group near Mykolayiv, consisting primarily of former Ukrainian servicemen who betrayed the Oath in 2014 and sided with the aggressor state since that time.