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russian propaganda has changed the angle of narratives for its domestic audience

russian propaganda has changed the angle of narratives for its domestic audience

Enemy media, in particular, are adopting new approaches to covering drone attacks on oil refineries and other facilities, which have become “routine” for russians. The new tactic can be described as “smo to the bitter end,” after which propagandists assure russians that all problems will be resolved.

◽️ Previously, drone attacks were an unusual phenomenon for russia, and propaganda often attempted to downplay their impact, claiming “all enemy targets were shot down” or using euphemisms like “bang” instead of “explosion”. Now, the media have started to focus on these attacks, portraying them as a routine aspect of war that will only cease after victory. However, the belief in this victory is quite illusory, even among russians.

This is how the enemy seeks to absolve itself of responsibility to its own population for the fact that the “second strongest army in the world” lacks the means to defend against drone attacks.

  • 19 June, 2024

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