..... General Nikolay Bordyuzha.In information warfare, the side that tells the truth loses.
thanks for making perfect example of brainwashing by Western propagandaRussian tactics in these media conflicts are very simple and blatant.....in their own words -
..... General Nikolay Bordyuzha.
The big advantage that the Russians have is that their gullible fools are patriotic gullible fools.
Robert Sheckley is a science fiction writer......that a senior Russian political and military figure quotes him in setting out a basic principle of their modus operandi is particularly apt.thanks for making perfect example of brainwashing by Western propaganda
a) "n information warfare, the who that tells the truth loses." belongs to Robert Sheckley and Bordyuzha quoted him with mentioning author.
b) he quoted Sheckley when he was describing massive attack from Western propaganda on Russia
c) BTW, second part of quote(sorry for my translation) "Because he is limited by truth, while lairs(Western MSM) can tell everything"
This is why Russia have chosen asymmetrical answer and now is simply translating all russophobic lies in Western media without any comments
He quoted Sheckley to illustrate Western propaganda, which started lies first when described Nazi coup in Kiev as democratic revolutionRobert Sheckley is a science fiction writer......that a senior Russian political and military figure quotes him in setting out a basic principle of their modus operandi is particularly apt.
Russian denials about their involvement in Ukraine and their part in the shooting down of MH17 obviously demonstrate General Bordyuzha's attitude to the truth.
Actually only idiot who believe that world should live under US rule ca ask such questionsAnd then there are national cultural norms that no present Russian leader could politically survive once the glass of invincibility is electronically shattered. Above almost all else, Putin nurses a deep-seated hostility to male homosexuality. Putin-centric political elites could never endure the humiliation and ridicule following a skillful intelligence dump of their private emails, text messages, social media posts, photos and Web browser histories.
An NGO chaired by Arizona Sen. John McCain was characterized as undesirable by Russia's Prosecutor Generals Office on Thursday.
The International Republican Institute was one of seven NGOs to be named undesirable on the grounds that the organizations pose a threat to Russias security and political system. Russia has cracked down on U.S.-backed groups in recent years, casting them as part of a foreign plot to undermine Vladimir Putin's rule.
The IRI, a 501(c)(3) organization funded primarily by U.S. government grants, is based in Washington and has been working in Russia since 1992. The organization works to encourage democracy in places where it is absent. Although its board is comprised of prominent Republicans, including Sens. Kelly Ayotte and Tom Cotton, it does not receive any funding from the Republican Party.
As the longtime Chairman of IRI's Board of Directors, I am proud of the Institutes long record advancing freedom, democracy and human rights across the globe, including in Russia," McCain said in a statement to POLITICO. "This undesirable designation by Russia is just another example of Vladimir Putins repression of the rights of the Russian people, depriving them of their fundamental democratic rights. He must be forced to pay a price for his actions or this brutal repression will only continue.