'Putin khuilo,' Ukraine's obscene anti-Russia chant, has been turned into this ridiculous music video

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Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a news conference in Austria on June 24, 2014.

Fighting between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists has spread to YouTube, with both sides posting propaganda songs.

The phrase “Putin khuilo” or "Putin huilo," which roughly translates as “Putin is a dickhead,” has become a popular chant among Ukrainians who blame Russia for fueling unrest in the country's east.  

It's now been set to music.

Check out these seriously badass-looking fighters armed with spears, swords, guns and canons as they face off with the enemy, presumably Russia, to the refrain “Putin khuilo!”

The video ends with the group riding off into the sunset. We figure they won.

The Putin chant made international headlines earlier this month after Ukraine’s acting foreign minister, Andriy Deshchytsya, used the Russian insult at an anti-Russia rally in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv.

Deshchytsya was trying to persuade protesters that storming the Russian embassy wasn't such a good idea when he conceded that he also thought Putin was a bit of “khuilo.”

The remark was caught on video and upset Russian officials, who objected to hearing their president being called a "dickhead."

Watch Deshchytsya drop the kh-bomb in this video.

Not to be outdone, pro-Russian separatists have been recording their own songs (when they are not storming government buildings or seizing military bases).

But rather than the boisterous, battle-inspiring music of the Ukrainian side, these guys prefer to rap.