A Lithuanian mural showing a kiss between human buttplug Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin has gone viral since its unveiling last week.
The mural, painted by artist Mindaugas Bonanu, appears on the side of a barbecue restaurant co-owned by Dominykas Čečkauskas; the mural says “Make everything great again”. Čečkauskas told the Baltic News Service, “We saw similarities between the two heroes (Trump and Putin). … They both have an ego that is too big, and it is funny that they get along well. We are in a sort of a Cold War again, and America may get a president who will want to be friends with Russia.”
Putin and Trump both admire each other, as USA Today reports: “Last December, Putin called Trump ‘bright and talented.’ A day later, Trump returned the compliment, saying, ‘He’s running his country and at least he’s a leader, unlike what we have in this country.'” According to the restaurant owners, the mural’s creators predicted that “if Russia and the USA would ever make out, it would happen in the Baltic states … with tongues or with tanks.”
The mural is reportedly an homage to “My God, Help Me to Survive This Deadly Love”, a famous 1990 Berlin Wall mural depicting a 1979 photo of Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev kissing East German President Erich Honecker. At the time of their kiss, East Germany and Soviet Russia had promised to mutually support one another as communist allies.
So far, we do not yet have photographic proof that Putin ever kissed Trump. But we’re hoping some surfaces very soon.