Its Twatter I know...but
It depends on the intended outcome, rather than the intended message but it's only a rumour as far as we know. Both sides are running propaganda campaigns. Talking of which:So do high-level conspirators generally leak their plans on social media? How successful is this innovative tactic?
It depends on the intended outcome, rather than the intended message but it's only a rumour as far as we know. Both sides are running propaganda campaigns. Talking of which:
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Elderly Ukrainian Suggests Russia Co-opted Her as Pro-War Symbol - The Moscow Times
Barbara Frietchie WaltI've obviously been a bit too close to the BBC in my time - their obsession with 'balance ' must've been more catching than I thought.
She thinks these armed men in her front yard are Russians. UKR soldier offers her bread in return for her red flag.
He then stands on it.
Babushska puts down the bread and tells him she doesn't want it - and that her parents died for that flag.
An act of considerable courage in my view - all three foot nothing of her telling this armed guy to get forth and multiply.
'cos he knows none of them is good enough to manage a head shot ?Putin must be getting very wary of any attempt to "dislodge" him judging by the images shown at today's parade. He appeared to be wearing a lot of body armour under his kevlar(?) raincoat. Why do that if he was amongst his friends?