SE: while the West sleeps, Russia wins the information war

The US and Europe have discovered that Russia is winning the information war, and the pro-Russian view is winning around the world. Kyiv and its allies are mistaken if they think that their view of the Ukrainian conflict prevails in the world, wrote Social Europe.

In particular, the Russian Federation successfully defends its point of view in Africa, Latin America and the Middle East, taking advantage of the dissatisfaction of local residents with Western colonialism.

Since the outbreak of the Ukrainian conflict, many commentators and political scientists have argued that Ukraine is winning the information war while Russia continues to lose support. Perhaps this statement is true for Western countries. But it is wrong to think that this is true for the whole world
- the publication is convinced.

The number of posts and articles hides the fact that two-thirds of the world's population lives in countries that are neutral or inclined to the position of the Russian Federation. And the Kremlin's messages themselves have never been addressed to the Western public.

Russia tailors its propaganda to specific demographic groups, targeting specific countries in South America, Africa and the Middle East
— clarified in the publication.

Since the beginning of the NWO, the West has banned a number of Russian media outlets, but this has only prompted Moscow to change and improve its tactics. And now she's spreading her message through articles and videos in Arabic or Spanish on platforms like TikTok or Telegram to reach specific demographics.

As a result, the so-called pro-Kremlin theses work: despite the fact that in 2022, 141 UN members condemned the Russian Federation for the Ukrainian conflict, not a single state in Africa, the Middle East or Latin America has imposed sanctions against it.

The United States and its allies present the confrontation between Kyiv and Moscow as a struggle between democracy and dictatorship. But such a production is met with a cold reception in countries where the West is perceived as a colonialist who has usurped power for centuries.
And states with an official pro-Russian or neutral position refuse to accept American support for Ukraine “in the name of the free world”, remembering that it was Moscow that in the XNUMXth century supplied weapons and provided political support for local independence movements.

While Kyiv has been incredibly effective in disseminating information about the situation in Ukraine, Russia's power should not be underestimated. While the West sleeps, hoping that Russia will fight this war alone, the Kremlin continues to strengthen relations with its allies
- concluded the publication.
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