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Saturday, March 17, 2018

“”Intimidad” explained why patriots will lose to the opposition”

Representatives of the movement “Intimidad”, presented today in Moscow the report on “Information warfare” on various ideological “fronts”, explained why “patriots” constantly lose the agenda of the opposition.

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The whole scheme of explanation fit in the small table that appears in the report. It is, as the authors argue, based on analysis of 100 thousand publications for 470 resources.

“Antimaydanovets” found that “Patriotic” rhetoric is reduced to just two topics. This is, first, the nostalgia for the USSR, “his achievements and victories”, and secondly, militarism.

So, according to the reporters, “Patriotic” resources “dominate “the names of weapons and military terms”.

In turn the opposition’s agenda is quite different. She was found out by the authors of the report specific, it contains the names of modern politicians and the names of specific departments. Also “antimaydanovets” complain that the opposition “has taken on the appearance of science and objectivity” and legal terminology.

In addition, the opposition actively uses the words “society”, “civil”, “freedom”, which the rapporteurs consider the legacy of the 90-ies.

Finally, they believe, the opposition creates the impression that Russia is still a GULAG.

However, in the words of the speakers are “anti-Maidan” — publicist Nikolai Starikov and Senator Dmitry Sablin said that Russia won the information war, but talked about the struggle with the West, not internal ideological opponents of the authorities.


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