Ukraine Crisis

annabenedetti

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Here is an article by The Donbas Insider. It shows the forward movement of the Donbas and Lugansk armies in concert with the Russian army engaged in fighting the Nazis in eastern Ukraine.

Another article from the Donbass Insider. It is on a Ukrainian by the name of Dmytro Iaroch who is a neo Nazi and an Isis supporter. It tells his history and his political aims which are to make sure Nazism triumphs.


Amplifying pro-Russia propaganda again? No surprise there.
 

annabenedetti

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Pathetic isn't it?

It's disgusting. All he posts is conspiracy and pro-Kremlin propaganda, an unsurprising outcome from someone who feeds on sites like zero hedge.

A new study by Douglas Wilbur, a visiting scholar in the UTSA Department of Communication, examines the claims made by the fact-checking website Prop or Not that Russian propaganda targets the American public.

He found evidence that popular sites such as Zero Hedge, a Wall Street-focused site, echoes Russian propaganda in line with the claims leveraged by Prop or Not. Wilbur analyzed over 600 articles and found a strong, positive correlation between Sputnik, Russia’s state-owned media, and popular alternative media sites that are thought to provide favorable coverage in the U.S. of Russia and its allies.
 

Arthur Brain

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It's disgusting. All he posts is conspiracy and pro-Kremlin propaganda, an unsurprising outcome from someone who feeds on sites like zero hedge.

A new study by Douglas Wilbur, a visiting scholar in the UTSA Department of Communication, examines the claims made by the fact-checking website Prop or Not that Russian propaganda targets the American public.

He found evidence that popular sites such as Zero Hedge, a Wall Street-focused site, echoes Russian propaganda in line with the claims leveraged by Prop or Not. Wilbur analyzed over 600 articles and found a strong, positive correlation between Sputnik, Russia’s state-owned media, and popular alternative media sites that are thought to provide favorable coverage in the U.S. of Russia and its allies.
Cue some far right nonsense about "fake news". It truly is disgusting.
 

ffreeloader

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Maybe you think she should be an apologist for the murdering despot instead?
No. She is a Nazi apologist instead. She, and you, support those who have been making war on Donbas and Lukansk constantly for 8 years and indiscriminately terrorizing the civilians who live there all because they didn't want to be a part of Ukraine any more.
 

Arthur Brain

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No. She is a Nazi apologist instead. She, and you, support those who have been making war on Donbas and Lukansk constantly for 8 years and indiscriminately terrorizing the civilians who live there all because they didn't want to be a part of Ukraine any more.
She's no such thing as you well know and your defense of Putin's invasion of Ukraine is monstrous.
 

Jefferson

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See the post above. He never said it. It's fake news. A lie.
It's obviously not a lie because the meme maker deliberately refused to use quotation marks. The meme is communicating what Soros is likely thinking.

This is an example of what the right is talking about when we say the left can't meme. Humor has to be explained to them.
 
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