Oct 05, 2015

This Russian "Agitprop" Video Explains Putin's Worldview In Three Minutes | Video | RealClearPolitics

This video, originally sourced from one of Russia's many propaganda YouTube channels, lists CIA black sites, the middle eastern wars and refugee crisis, the Ukrainian civil war, the surge in Afghan heroine production, and more Western atrocities as an excuse for Russia to commit atrocities of its own: "Hundreds and thousands of people are suffering from the U.S. and NATO interventions, but the...

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