Foreign entertainment companies that have left Russia should suffer ‘the maximum damage,’ Dmitry Medvedev has suggested. Russians should download for free movies, music, and other content from Western entertainment companies that left the country over the conflict in Ukraine, former President Dmitry Medvedev has said.
‘It’s very simple. In the Soviet Union, we don’t believe our propaganda. In America, you actually believe yours!’ ~ Soviet Journalist to American journalists.
First of all, you can’t drive a happy person crazy. They work on personal freedom and know how to not be ashamed of themselves. They are told: ‘your ass is fat, you can’t walk on the streets with such an ass, and pants are not fashionable and such lips are not worn this season.’
If it is confirmed that the doyens of American mainstream media have received money to spin published news, US democracy will be ‘in the dustbin of history,’ says Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova.
At least six BBC buildings across the UK were covered with placards and photos of people who died from the COVID vaccine.
It is reported that ‘organisations fighting for racial justice’ accuse Amazon book publishers of being distributors for ‘supremacist, racist and Nazi products’.
New revelations hidden by mainstream media show that the Covid pandemic gave the opportunity to Western regimes and Big Tech to expand the surveillance-industrial complex that tightens the state’s grip on the citizens thoughts and movement.
As our readers know, Amazon, without warning, closed our bookseller’s account just over one year ago on December 3, 2021. I realised that the woke mob loathed even objectively penned books on World War II. I steeled myself to lose only our Reich-related titles.
What liberal media describes as ‘offensive messages’ have been projected on the side of a bridge in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, during New Year celebrations.
The special military operation of the Russian Federation in Ukraine has many heroes. These were not only the military but also innocent civilians who found themselves in the epicentre of hostilities. They have become unspoken symbols of support for the Russian military. Summing up the year, RT recalls the stories that made them famous.