... why Fidesz and Victor Orban again won Hungarian elections in the landslide. Hm.
In related news, I, for the love of God, could have never thought that I will live to see Russian and Pakistani troops participating in joint exercises (and not for once--but regularly) and many Pakistanis expressing friendly feelings towards Russia, not to speak, of course, about growing economic cooperation from energy to weapons, to cultural exchanges. Unbelievable. But here we are today.
Per Ukie propaganda and fakes, which all eventually will be debunked, as were many previous ones, here is Bernhard's excellent take:
- Gonzalo Lira proves without doubt that four different Ukrainian propaganda clips with different actors were all filmed at the exact same location, a 'battlefield' with several long destroyed Ukrainian tanks --> Propaganda BTFO (video)
- Yesterday evening a Ukrainian station showed a video of Ukrainian
troops driving through Bucha, north of Kiev, with several 'dead' people
lying in the street allegedly 'killed by Russians'. There are two
difficulties with these claims:
- One of the dead appears to move his arm: video
- Bucha was declared 'completely liberated' of Russian troops by its mayor on Thursday, March 31. Are we to believe it would take three days for such an 'incriminating' video to come out? Or that those 'dead' were lying there for three days with no one bothering?
But now for people who still worry that Russia "lost" propaganda war in the West, I will reiterate--Russia didn't "lose" anything because at this stage Russians don't give a rat's ass about what Western public thinks. As long as Russians believe in cause, and they overwhelmingly do, not to mention having a level of contempt towards the West unprecedented in the Russian history, it really doesn't matter. West becomes not that important for Russians anyway. It lost its allure long time ago and now that it revealed itself as a traditional mortal enemy of Russians, there is nothing to discuss with anyone there. By West, of course, I mean old classic Western Europe and the US.
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