The military occupied some western part of the island and blocked access to a large part of the forest, coast and sea. Propaganda of the need for defense against an imaginary enemy looks particularly contrasting with the international community of Suderbyn, living on the principles of non-violent communication, joint decision-making and working against xenophobia and racism. Oksana Alstrom was born in Russia, in 2017-2019 she moved to Suderbyn ecovillage and married a local Swede Martin Alstrom. They planned to build their own small house on the territory of the village, but this did not happen. All this makes the song more than personal, still connected with the global processes of militarization. For Oksana, this was the first experience in writing poems, and after that - the first experience in recording a voice in a studio. Kirill Astakhov and Igor Polsky helped to polish the text, Julia Komarova, Ivan Chinnenyi, Sergey Dedulya and other musicians made8 the arrangement.