Soviet propaganda is iconic across the world, from museums to the T-shirts worn by that guy that always brings an acoustic guitar to the party. But it’s not a thing of the past: The modern Russian state has their own propaganda, and they spend at least $300 million a year delivering it directly from the Kremlin to your Facebook feed. Cracked sat down with Professor Eugen Fedchenko, who helps run the propaganda-busting website StopFake.org, and talked to him about how Russian propaganda slips into our reading every day.
#6. Modern Russian Propaganda Is Weaponized Nonsense
Propaganda was ever-present in the old Soviet Union, aimed mostly at the USA:
The Kremlin Pretty subtle stuff, much of the time.
We can all agree they hired great artists, right? We would pay top dollar to watch this guy fight CGI…
Inwieweit war Russlands Anschluss der Krim historisch gerechtfertigt? Zur Problematik „realistischer“ Annexionsnarrative SIRIUS – Zeitschrift für Strategische Analysen, 2018 https://www.academia.edu/36837833/Inwieweit_war_Russlands_Anschluss_der_Krim_historisch_gerechtfertigt_Zur_Problematik_realistischer_Annexionsnarrative “Чей Крым?” Чи дійсно були…