A new video shows Russian children performing a song with references to pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives, especially with regards to foreign policy.
It is not the first time Russia’s Ministry of Defence presents fake images.
Working in a Russian troll factory may not be that dreary after all. According to a former troll, he and his team were instructed to watch the popular Netflix series House of Cards.
Quack-quack! In most of the world, the popular yellow plastic duck is associated with children playing in a bathtub. But in Russia, it’s a different story.
No, no one has really banned this famous historical romance film set in the American Civil war. What we see is just another example of taking an element of truth from a story, detaching it from all necessary context, and hiding it in a pile of nonsense.
Have you tried the fidget spinner? The toy that enjoys a wave of global popularity has now also reached Russia – only to be blamed on national TV for being instrumental in a conspiracy to topple the Kremlin leaders.